Sacrament [Clive Barker] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Living and dying, we feed the fire. Will Rabjohns, perhaps the most famous. Will Rabjohns has everything. He’s handsome, he’s rich, and he’s revered as the world’s greatest wildlife photographer. He’s also a haunted man, driven to risk. Sacrament is a novel unlike any that Clive Barker has written. Neither horror nor fantasy, though partaking of both, this masterful work plunges far deeper and.
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Lists with This Book. But a near-death encounter with a wounded polar bear forces Will to re-examine both his past and his place in it, setting him on a harrowing, illuminating journey into both the heart of his own nature and the truth about those beings he met so long ago.
That mystery is troubling to us. He did not wonder who made him. Edge of your seat stuff. Jan 20, Matthew Holman rated it it was ok. It is a place of miracles and blissful rounds of treats and seasons, where every childhood whim may be satisfied.
Oct 29, Sacramemt rated it it was amazing Shelves: A bit of a strained travelogue isn’t enough for me to rate this terrific tale less than five stars.
There he will penetrate the ultimate mystery– The Domus Mundi –and finally discover the secret that links his destiny to sacrameng of the innumerable creatures with whom we share our planet. I think that’s what the book tries to tell you too, to wake up, because some things, people, creatures, won’t – can’t – wait for you.
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A weirdly absorbing and entertaining tale that offers more disturbing delights from one of our most inventive and risk-taking writers. Clive Barker is one of bagker finest living writers; far more than a mere genre horror writer, he imbues his novels with a tangible sense of soul, as well as candid, often unnerving explorations of our darker impulses, fears, and passions.
Jacob draws Will into his web by building a fire stoked with the cllive wings of fluttering moths. Thankfully those characters werent main stage.
And it never really went in a direction that I was expecting. I’m sure I’ll go back and give it another go at some point out of my love for Barker, but I honestly cannot face putting myself through it at the moment as I’m honestly saddened by this blip in his outstanding collection of novels. Would you listen to Sacrament again? And I’m not going to ruin any more of t SlashReaders: All he wants is to ask about “Jacob and Rosa. Are we nothing more than moths, kindling for the fire? The Narrator was good the story was strange, typical of the author.
I was surprised that Lord Fox – a character who is both human and animal, as well as an expression of Will Rabjohns’ subconscious – became such an interesting character. With its volatile mix of the fantastical and the contemporary, the everyday and the otherworldly, Weaveworld is an epic work of dark fantasy and horror – a tour de force from one of today’s most forceful and imaginative artists. But he leaves us with a hint of possibility, as witnessed in Will’s ringing defiance of the ravages of AIDS: Jonathan Maberry Narrated by: This because the lead character is gay, and the story revolves around his obsessiveness with species approaching extinction, which inevitably draws parallels to the AIDS epidemic, and Clive is gay, blah, blah, blah.
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In the little town of Palomo Grove, two great armies are amassing; forces shaped from the hearts and souls of America. A story, I found in a Poppy Z. The book starts off promising but then it completely goes downhill.
Reading such a richly textured but never excessive book kicks my author’s ass. I think readers are the last reasonably secure pool of intelligent individuals in this country, and I think if you start to condescend to that pool of individuals then the culture is lost.
He makes a very strong connection with the I keep circling typing in comments here because this book so totally blew my mind that I can’t even begin to get my thoughts together.
At times the female voices all sounded the same. He went in cautious pursuit of it, like a spawning fish climbing waters that would have dashed him to death without the Nilotic ahead of him to breast the flow.
But with that love comes a grim education. It was a standard read, but I would really hope for more from this author. It’s also about what’s happening to our planet. When Will awakens, he sets clivr on a journey of self-discovery – one where he will penetrate the ultimate mystery and finally unlock the secret of his destiny.
Like many of my generation, I went through a Clive Barker sacramet when I was a teenager. As so often with Clive Barker it’s difficult to place his work in specific genres, but I’d say it’s a dark fantasy. He was the moon that cast the shadow of a cloud.
Book Review: Sacrament by Clive Barker – John the Librarian
Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Actually, it could be said that all three men live in kingdoms of excrement. She is a woman who is running from her past at all costs, which is why it comes as such a surprise when she receives a mysterious letter in the mail, addressed to the identity she’s been running from over half her life. Clive is one of my favorite authors, and it’s been quite a while since I’ve read him.
There are a couple of wonderful scenes in this book that are just You are commenting using your Twitter account. The book is well written clivf gripping from the start, with surreal character developments and even more bizarre twists within the plot.