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Weaveworld by Clive Barker
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Feb 08, 12

Read in February, 2012

A huge snowstorm left me stranded this weekend at home with no libray books other than a Joseph Smith biography that I really didn't want to read. What's a girl to do? How about read some of the books I own yet have inexplicably not yet read? I've owned this since Eric moved to Canada, and man, that was a long time ago. This was well worth it, and I'm pretty ashamed I let it sit on the shelf for so long. For that matter, why don't I read more Clive Barker anyway? While this is no Imajica, the story of the magical Fugue world that's been woven into a carpet to keep it from the bad guys is still a pretty fair tale. It was certainly entertaining enough by far to keep the weekend from devolving into a Skyrim fugue (did you see what I did there? and I realise that I called it a pretty good yarn at first, which would've been way too much) and it made me yearn for more Barker.
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message 1: by Kelly (new)

Kelly I always loved The Thief of Always but it's the only one I've read. CENOBITES?

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