Clive Barker's The Thief Of Always - Kris Oprisko Reviews
Description:ISBN 1933239387 / Genre: Graphic Novels / Comics / Author: Kris Oprisko / Paperback / 144 Pages / Book is published 2005-10-26 by IDW ... more
Clive Barker's The Thief Of Always - Kris Oprisko ... Publishing / Harvey wished he had some weapon to keep the beast from returning to safety, but he had to be content with the sight of its defeat. If it had not wanted their flesh so badly, he thought, it wouldn't have come after them at such a speed, and brought this pain and humiliation upon itself. There was a lesson there if only he could remember it. Evil, however powerful it seemed, could be undone by its own appetite.
Newest Review: ... at kids. The book works as it uses the fears that we had as kids. Fears that have manifested themselves into missing ... more
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by - written on 12/09/09 (Very useful, 81 readings)
Having read the first review I have to wonder what I can add here. For one my copy isn't for loan. It's the British first edition. Sorry guys. Thank heavens this is back on the market it is a phenomenal novel with amazing pictures and a story that will please the Playstation and XBOX generations of today. It has monsters and fantasy and fun in abundance. And it has fear and terror in spades. I was always a Clive Barker fan and being a child of the 80's was brought up to fear Pinhead so this is by comparison a bit tame for me, but then it is aimed at kids. The book works as it uses the fears that we had as kids. Fears that have manifested ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/02/02, updated on 02/03/02 (Very useful, 1640 readings)
Ever since I can remember, I've wanted to be a writer. I learned to read at a relatively young age and have had a love affair with books ever since. Whilst at school I discovered a penchant for writing too. This manifested itself as a series of rapidly written narratives that were produced at light speed. One of my failings was patience. Once I got going I would write so quickly that my handwriting eventually looked like a series of horizontal lines, which only I could decipher. I’ve always wanted to write seriously but simply haven’t had the time coupled with an inert fear of not being good enough anyway. What’s that got to do with a book ... Read the complete review