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Bizenghast #6

M. Alice LeGrow

Publisher: TOKYOPOP, Inc.

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Dinah may be back on track to taking care of her nightly tasks, but as the final vaults approach, these tasks are becoming increasingly difficult, and evermore deadly. Dinah's transformation from frightened and disturbed girl to courageous young woman is nearly complete, but more things haunt the Mausoleum than just unhappy spirits, and the horrifying story behind Vincent's secret research may finally be revealed.

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