October 21st, 2004

breeden

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So on the way up to my parents' place, before the pain and the screaming and the agony and so forth, I was reading a book when it wasn't my turn to drive, and that book was Clive Barker's "Abarat" which illustrates a favorite point of mine, lovingly polished, about horror and fantasy, so I'm gonna bend your ear (or eye, as the case may be) at rather excruciating length about it.
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breeden

(no subject)

So on the way up to my parents’ place, before the pain and the screaming and the agony and so forth, I was reading a book when it wasn’t my turn to drive, and that book was Clive Barker’s “Abarat” which illustrates a favorite point of mine, lovingly polished, about horror and fantasy, so I’m gonna bend your ear (or eye, as the case may be) at rather excruciating length about it.

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Originally published at Tea with the Squash God. You can comment here or there.