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Sep 24, Kristen rated it it was amazing. The magical tale of ill-fated lovers lost among worlds teetering on the edge of destruction, where their passion holds the key to escape. Otherwise it may not be worth your time. They’re inconsistent, irrational and at times nearly incomprehensible in their judgment and motives.
I liked this book tremendously.
And I’ve come to learn from reading Clive Barker’s books Paperbackpages. Of course, it was also published in the early 90s, so he may very well have moved on from there. There was excess overall, such as scenes allocated to trivial characters, even unwarranted imagery of peeing.
The Fifth Dominion
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. She is here to help save the Abarat from the dark forces that are stirring at its heart—forces older than Time itself, and more evil than anything Candy has ever encountered.
This award is presented “to an openly lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender individual who has made a significant difference in promoting equal rights for any of those communities”. A book of ancient, mythological landscapes and even more ancient magic. He has had two surgeries to remove them and believes his resultant voice is an improvement over how it was prior to the surgeries.
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Essentially a very tired old plot line wrapped up in an original setting that takes thousands of pages to get through. Jun 20, Aimee rated it it was amazing. There domjnio personages I preferred to them who vanished! Transforming every expectation of fantasy fiction with its heady mingling of radical sexuality and spiritual anarchy, it has carried its millions of readers into regions of passion quinot philosophy that few books have even attempted to map.
Thanks for telling us about the problem. Is this a separate book from the original Imajica, or a republication split into 2 books? Barker’s poetic prose and convincing characterisation parachutes the reader into his imagination. And we need more mystifs here in the Fifth Dominion, xominio maybe we fl need to love the ones we ha I first read Imajica maybe a dozen years ago, and i remembered liking it a lot at the time, but you know, sometimes tastes change.
Clive Barker, author of The Thief of Always, delivers an epic battle filled with fantasy and adventure that readers won’t want to put down! See 1 question about The Fifth Dominion….
I can see why some people cream themselves over this OMG, he’s got a third gender in the book – like, SO transgressive and thot provoking Mayhap if I cared for the characters at all I would.
The narrative in its rush to tell, to be a bestseller, to keep moving and appeal and tantalize loses itself and in the process devalues itself. Dec 07, Piotrek rated it it was amazing. Refresh and try again. A book of erotic mysteries and perverse violence. He touches on some great ideas and really reignited my taste in fantasy and reading in general. One of my favorite books of all time. This review is for the whole of Imajicasince it really is a single story.
But I guess that brings us back to th For some reason, Clive Barker always takes me forever to read. The book still gets two stars, however, since the introduction is interesting.
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Some readers might find some of the very strange twists and turns too much to follow, but I have enjoyed it thoroughly and will rush to read the second part. I’ve got to say I haven’t read any Barker before this but I will be checking out more of his stuff in the future. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. The place I do feel a bit bad about this is in that Barker claims that this book is his magnum opus, written about Jesus and England. One last note, a distinction between the creations and creation must be made.