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Publisher Description

Ebook edition of the highly acclaimed thriller by the world’s most outstanding dark fantasist.

WEAVEWORLD is an epic adventure of the imagination. It begins with a carpet in which a world of rapture and enchantment is hiding; a world which comes to life, alerting the dark forces and beginning a desperate battle to preserve the last vestiges of magic which Humankind still has access to.

WEAVEWORLD is a book of visions and horrors, a story of quest, titanic struggles, of love and of hope. It is a triumph of imagination and storytelling, an adventure, a nightmare, a promise…

‘Barker’s fecundity of invention is beyond praise. In a world of hard-bitten horror and originality, Clive Barker dislocates your mind.’ THE MAIL ON SUNDAY.

Reviews

Praise for Clive Barker:

‘An invocation of both magic and the imagination… A majestic maze of mythmaking’
WASHINGTON TIMES

‘Passionate and ingenious… A ride with remarkable views’
TIMES LITERARY SUPPLEMENT

‘Barker dislocates your mind’
MAIL ON SUNDAY

About the author

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

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2011
November 24
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
752
Pages
PUBLISHER
HarperVoyager
SIZE
2.6
MB

Customer Reviews

Beccamj ,

Superb

Brilliantly written, keeps you engrossed till the last page. One of my top 10 reads it's that good!

Theprof129 ,

Weaveworld

Fantastic book. Read it many years ago, and had to return to the weave. Only one complaint and that's the amount of spelling errors in this edition.

Wiggsy63 ,

Weaveworld

In my opinion the best Clive Barker novel, and certainly deserves to be made in to a movie. Novel is easy reading but is addictive. You can really get into the characters and this is the best book I've read ever.

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