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Boone knew that there was no place on this earth for him, no happiness here, not even with Lori. But Death itself seemed to shrink from him. No wonder, if he had indeed been the monster who had shattered and violated and shredded so many others' lives. His only refuge was 'Midian', which gathered to itself in its monstrous embrace the half-dead.
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ISBN-13: 9780006176664
ISBN-10: 0006176666
Pagini: 272
Ilustrații: illustrations
Dimensiuni: 115 x 215 x 17 mm
Greutate: 0.21 kg
Editura: HarperCollins Publishers
Locul publicării: United Kingdom

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Clive Barker was born in Liverpool in 1952. His earlier books include The Books of Blood, Cabal, and The Hellbound Heart. In addition to his work as a novelist and playwright, he also illustrates, writes, directs and produces for stage and screen. His films include Hellraiser, Hellbound, Nightbreed and Candyman. Clive lives in Beverly Hills, California


'A gripping story of powerful erotic intensity' Sunday Independant 'Barker's characteristic juxataposition of fascination and fear find eloquent expression in this novella which treats death as metamorphosis into another state of being.' Time Out

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For more than two decades, Clive Barker has twisted the worlds of horrific and surrealistic fiction into a terrifying, transcendent genre all his own. With skillful prose, he enthralls even as he horrifies; with uncanny insight, he disturbs as profoundly as he reveals. Evoking revulsion and admiration, anticipation and dread, Barker's works explore the darkest contradictions of the human condition: our fear of life and our dreams of death.