Grimm: Aunt Marie's Book Of Lore by Titan BooksGrimm: Aunt Marie's Book Of Lore by Titan Books

Grimm: Aunt Marie's Book Of Lore

byTitan Books

Paperback | November 12, 2013

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THE REAL BOOK OF MONSTERS, WEAPONS AND POTIONS AS SEEN IN THE SHOW!

This in-universe book explores the monsters, weapons and potions in Grimm with detailed pictures and descriptions. The book is Aunt Marie's recording of the supernatural creatures she and her fellow Grimms have to defeat!

Inspired by the classic Grimm Brothers' fairy tales, Grimm is a cop-drama with a twist! A detective discovers he has the ability to see supernatural beings, including a reformed 'Big Bad Wolf' and the witch-like Hexebiester, along with many others.
Title:Grimm: Aunt Marie's Book Of LoreFormat:PaperbackDimensions:144 pages, 10.9 × 8.1 × 0.6 inPublished:November 12, 2013Publisher:TitanLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1781166536

ISBN - 13:9781781166536

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"A beautiful book" - The Fairy Tale Site"Awesome book, chock full of mythological lore." - Starpulse"It is a perfect companion to the weekly series and would make a wonderful gift for the upcoming holidays." - Examiner“It’s beautifully presented and... gives a genuine illusion of age; there are even ‘rips’ and ‘claw-marks’ that show the next page through them, just as if the book itself were torn... this book is a great accompaniment, one that’s been created with care and affection.” - Starburst"For any Grimmster, I think this book is a must have!" - TV Equals"It’s a fun companion for diehard fans of the series." - Borg.com"A must-have for any true Grimm fan!" - Fresh From The"A gorgeous book" - Bloody Disgusting"Does a great job of explaining the Wesen and their histories." -  Atomic Moo"A wonderful slice of TV history." -  Ain’t It Cool"More than just a TV companion book" - FEARnet