Arkham Horror: Bones of the Yopasi by Graham McNeill | NOOK Book (eBook) | Barnes & Noble
Arkham Horror: Bones of the Yopasi

Arkham Horror: Bones of the Yopasi

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by Graham McNeill
     
 
Bones of the Yopasi is the thrilling second novel in The Dark Waters Trilogy! In this sequel, the award-winning Graham McNeill continues the harrowing story begun in Ghouls of the Miskatonic. Featuring the mysterious and terrifying setting of Arkham Horror, Bones of the Yopasi draws inspiration from the eldritch universe created by H.P. Lovecraft.

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Overview

Bones of the Yopasi is the thrilling second novel in The Dark Waters Trilogy! In this sequel, the award-winning Graham McNeill continues the harrowing story begun in Ghouls of the Miskatonic. Featuring the mysterious and terrifying setting of Arkham Horror, Bones of the Yopasi draws inspiration from the eldritch universe created by H.P. Lovecraft.

Having barely recovered from a profound psychological ordeal, Miskatonic University professor Oliver Grayson looks forward to returning to normal life. Unfortunately for Grayson, however, his trials are only just beginning. After being called to the mist-shrouded town of Kingsport to identify some strange bones, the professor must join an unlikely team of investigators to face a horrifying new threat. But can they conquer their own demons in time to confront their common enemy?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940014915397
Publisher:
Fantasy Flight Games
Publication date:
08/17/2012
Series:
The Dark Waters Trilogy , #2
Sold by:
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Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
347
Sales rank:
266,266
File size:
980 KB

Meet the Author

Hailing from Scotland, Graham was first exposed to the horrors of the uncaring cosmos when he came across the works of H.P. Lovecraft in the sci-fi section of his local library. Haunted by the experience, he narrowly avoided the sanity drain of a career in surveying to join Games Workshop’s Games Development team, which, frankly, was a lucky escape. He worked there for six and a half years before taking the plunge to becoming a full-time author. With a New York Times bestseller under his belt (and a replica of Snaga, the axe of Druss the Legend, which he received after his novel, Empire, won the 2010 David Gemmell Legend Award) and twenty-five novels in his back catalog, he reckons he chose the right path.

Graham lives and works in Nottingham. You can keep up with what he’s up to by visiting his website at
www.graham-mcneill.com.

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