Horror master Clive Barker's spellbinding tale of a boy's fight to regain stolen time concludes! Harvey Swick returns to the dangerous environs of Holiday House to face down the evil Mr. Hood... but first he'll have to get through three dangerous minions intent on ending his quest before it begins.
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Mr. Hood's Holiday House has stood for a thousand years, welcoming countless children into its embrace. It is a place of miracles where every childhood whim may be satisfied. There is a price to be paid, of course, but young Harvey Swick, bored with his life and beguiled by Mr. Hood's wonders, does not stop to consider the consequences. It is only when the house shows its darker face—when Harvey discovers the pitiful creatures that dwell in its shadows—that he comes to doubt Mr. Hood's philanthropy.
But the house and its mysterious architect are not about to release their captive without a battle. Mr. Hood has ambitions for his new guest, for Harvey's soul burns brighter than any he has encountered in ten centuries . . .About the Author:
Clive Barker is the bestselling author of twenty-two books, including the New York Times bestsellers Abarat; Abarat: Days of Magic, Nights of War; and The Thief of Always. He is also an acclaimed painter, film producer, and director. For twelve years Mr. Barker has been working on a vast array of paintings to illuminate the text of The Books of Abarat, more than one hundred and twenty-five of which can be found within this volume.
Mr. Barker lives in California. He shares his house with seven dogs, three cockatiels, several undomesticated geckoes, an African gray parrot called Smokey, and a yellow-headed Amazon parrot called Malingo.
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Descripción IDW Publishing, 2005. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Gabriel Hernandez Ilustrador. book. Nº de ref. de la librería M1932382763
Descripción IDW Publishing, 2005. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P111932382763