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  • The household of Clive Barker, whose "Abarat" is the first in a new fantasy series, includes the teenage daughter of his partner.

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  • Entertainment Weekly called Abarat “a blend of Alice in Wonderland and The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe.”


  • You can't blame the guy, but you also can't help but remember other darlings of the media who had similar dreams smashed in front of them paging Clive Barker's, "Abarat"...

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  • Inspired by Clive Barker's book named "Abarat" I took the inspiration and wrote some music that was in my head while reading.

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  • Abarat by Clive Barker (2002, Hardcover, Illustrated)

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  • Although Sookie Stackhouse is definitely up there on my list, I'd say my favorite heroine from a fantasy series is Candy Quackenbush from the Abarat books by Clive Barker.

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  • ANG another AMAZING read is a book called “Abarat” by Clive Barker!

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  • Jack has come to our world from the Abarat, a magical land that he says used to have commerce with our world.


  • The Abarat is an archipelago of twenty-five islands: one for every hour of the day, plus a mysterious, twenty-fifth island inhabited by unknown beings and surrounded by an impenetrable fog.


  • I could knock out 20 pages of Abarat in about 15 minutes.



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