Everville (Book of the Art #2)



Everville (Book of the Art #2) On the borderland between this world and the world of Quiddity, the sea of our dreams, sits Everville For years, it has lived in ignorance of the gleaming shore on which it lies But its ignorance is not bliss Opening the door between worlds, Clive Barker delivers his characters into the heart of the human mystery into a place of revelation, where the forces which have shaped our past and are ready to destroy our future are at work. New Read Kindle ePUB Everville (Book of the Art #2) By Clive Barker – bluevapours.co.uk

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Everville (Book of the Art #2)  By Clive Barker IBN : 0060933151 Format : Paperback – bluevapours.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 697 pages
  • Everville (Book of the Art #2)
  • Clive Barker
  • English
  • 11 June 2018
  • 0060933151

10 thoughts on “Everville (Book of the Art #2)

  1. Maria says:

    This was excellent A wonderful part 2 to The Great and Secret Show I really loved that it was a story in itself Often, it seems that authors give us a part two just to cash in on the characters we knew and loved in the first one This is definitely not the case with this book There are characters from the first one Tesla, Raul, Grillo, JoBeth, Tommy Ray, and Howie but none of them are mentioned for the first 100 pages or so This means that we get new characters and a new problem The othe This was excellent A wonderful part 2 to The Great and Secret Show I really loved that it was a story in itself Often, it seems that authors give us a part two just to cash in on the characters we knew and loved in the first one This is definitely not the case with this book There are characters from the first one Tesla, Raul, Grillo, JoBeth, Tommy Ray, and Howie but none of them are mentioned for the first 100 pages or so This means that we ...

  2. Thomas says:

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  3. Anna says:

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  4. Nicki says:

    You have to start with The Great and Secret Show but as soon as you start Everville you are surrounded by old friends and enemies One of my favorite books of all time

  5. Božana says:

    Ako mi je Utkani svet bio a a hladnog piva onda bih ovo mogla da stavim pod veoma mlako da ne ka em toplo pivo.Obe avaju i po etak i zanimljiv kraj ali izme u poprili no vi ka stranica.

  6. Yesh says:

    Everville is a uniquely wonderful book A metaphysical fantasy that not only stretches the boundaries of your imagination, but also keeps you engrossed in the plot It makes you think deep into the various possibilities of existence, and I m falling short of words to describe the author s brilliance here I ll just say this you must read itYou ll have to read the first book The Great and Secret Show , to get to this one But it ll be worth it because the shortcomings of the first book are s Everville is a uniquely wonderful book A metaphysical fantasy that not only stretches the boundaries of your imagination, but also keeps you engrossed in the plot It makes you think deep into the various possibilities of existence, and I m falling short of words to describe the author s brilliance here I ll just say this you must read itYou ll have to read the first ...

  7. Kirk says:

    One of the first books I read outside of school After spending my summers hunting bullfrogs and watching Welcome Back Kotter on Canadian television, this book rocked my world The small town horse blinders I had been wearing since childhood were punched off by a fist forged from LSD and pornographyor something like that I had listened to Cannibal Corpse before reading this book, so I was acquainted with vile concepts This was probably one of the first outlandish and disturbing things I One of the first books I read outside of school After spending my summers hunting bullfrogs and watching Welcome Back Kotter on Canadian television, this book rocked my world The small town horse blinders I had been wearing since childhood were punched off by a fist forged...

  8. Tyler says:

    I can see why some people might enjoy this book, and the writing was good enough However, I finally gave up when I realized I didn t care about any of the characters, and it was making me depressed I have better things to do with my time.

  9. Richard says:

    utterly forgettable follow up to The Great Secret Show

  10. Squire says:

    Barker s Second Book of the Art is a muddled disappointment but manage to keep my interest.Alternately savage, disgusting and beautiful, Everville never really takes flight It doesn t show any of the lyrical prose of its predecessor untilthan halfway through and it remains disjointed even The Grand Design is revealed in Part VI Most of the characters introduced are unappealing and the ones that return from The Great and Secret Show no longer have their previous interest level In fact, Barker s Second Book of the Art is a muddled disappointment but manage to keep my interest.Alternately savage, disgusting and beautiful, Everville never really takes flight It doesn t show any of the lyrical prose of its predecessor untilthan halfway through and it remains disjointed even The Grand Design is revealed in Part VI Most of the characters introduced are unappealing and the ones that return from The Great and Secret Show no longer have their previous interest level In fact, Barker seemingly brings characters back to to kill them off which doesn t mean anything really, I suppose, since death is a transition to a new existence in the Art Books Still, the story does have it s moments Phoebe s and Joe s coupling in Quiddity, the dream sea, is a standout and a character I had expected to di...

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