The Sisters Grimm have been thrust with the Grimm responsibility. They must keep the peace between humans and Everafters. They also for the last three weeks have had to accept this fate while Sabrina is all gung-ho about doing detective work she rather do it finding her parents and she does most of the time.
Now they have been avoiding it for three weeks but they are finally forced to go to school. It's unfortunate to Sabrina who's being made fun of and who is all of a sudden raging at the Everafters. She doesn't trust anyone of them because one of them took her parents away but no one else seems to acknowledge what is staring at them right in the face.
Now Daphne on the other hand is having the time of her life at school. Who wouldn't if they has Ms.White a.k.a. Snow White from Snow White and the Seven Dwarves? Snow White ends up showing a side to her that shows how she isn't just a pretty face. Mayor Charming doesn't seem to get that she isn't the damsel in distress. And of course Daphne is just milking there obvious romantic feelings towards each other but she isn't too happy with Sabrina talking about Everafters in a bad way. Puck on the other hand loves fights and he revels in her getting in trouble especially now since he's got a front row seat to the chaos after his room was built and it's a truly jealous worthy room. Magic can do wonders.
So school isn't as safe as it should be. There is a dead teacher and no killer found. This is a job for the Sisters Grimm! Will they be able to find out who the killer really is or will they be too late?
Yes! Loved this book as you know because I love this series. In here we see more Sabrina and Puck moments if you understand what I mean... *wicked grin* Again Sabrina is acting a bit like a pain but I get it because I know why. You might not be as forgiving. I did still find her a tad over the edge. In the end you don't really feel as forgiving of her as you should. She is the main character though so she has to be diverse and full of surprises in her personality. Meanwhile the Wolf after tasting human blood is having a hard time staying as Mr. Canis and not the Big Bad Wolf. So another great addition to the series. The end leaves you with a cliffhanger and you want so much more. I'll have to discuss that in the review. Well, have A Very Grimm Week!