From publisher blurb:
Sixty pages of combined archetypes, alternate class features, and feats is a pretty weighty book unto itself. Just shy of 300 feats, spanning a further sixty pages, is hardly anything to sneeze at, either. And when you add a further sixty-five pages of magic items of all sorts, and well over 200 additional spells, you have a sourcebook of truly titanic proportions.
A Necromancer’s Almanac: 2012 is a compilation of all the material produced in 2012 for Necromancers of the Northwest’s popular article lines Best in Class, Extraordinary Feats, Magic Market, and Obscure Arcana. Clocking in at 300 pages, it’s not hard to believe that this book was a full year in the making.
Inside, you’ll find exciting and experimental new spells, which toy with taking magic in strange and unusual directions. You’ll find a feat for just about every occasion, and a magic item for virtually any need, plus dozens of in-depth archetypes for lots of exciting and evocative staples of the fantasy genre. With A Necromancer’s Almanac: 2012, you’ll have all the options to make exactly the character you want.
And what’s more, you don’t have to search through dozens of articles to find it. Everything has been collected, archived, and gathered in an organized fashion, making finding what you’re looking for a breeze, including an extensive network of built-in links within the .pdf itself, which allow you to go straight from a spell list or magic item price table to the thing you’re looking at, without even needing to use the also thoroughly-prepared bookmarks.