In the Flesh by Clive Barker - PDF free download eBook

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  • Published: Sep 02, 2015
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Terrifying and forbidding, subversive and insightful, Clive Barkers groundbreaking stories revolutionized the worlds of horrific and fantastical fiction and established Barkers dominance over the otherworldly and the all-too-real. Here, as two...

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Details of In the Flesh

ISBN
9780743417334
Publisher
Gallery Books
Publication date
Age range
18+ Years
Book language
EN
Pages
192
Format
PDF, CHM, DOC, FB2
Quality
Normal quality OCR
Dimensions
5.31 (w) x 8.25 (h) x 0.70 (d)
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Some brief overview of this book

Terrifying and forbidding, subversive and insightful, Clive Barkers groundbreaking stories revolutionized the worlds of horrific and fantastical fiction and established Barkers dominance over the otherworldly and the all-too-real. Here, as two businessmen encounter beautiful and seductive women and an earnest young woman researches a city slum, Barker maps the boundless vistas of the unfettered imagination — only to uncover a profound sense of terror and overwhelming dread.

ana, and turtles.

Biography

Nothing ever begins....Nothing is fixed. In and out the shuttle goes, fact and fiction, mind and matter woven into patterns that may have only this in common: that hidden among them is a filigree that will with time become a world. It must be arbitrary, then, the place at which we choose to embark. Somewhere between a past half forgotten and a future as yet only glimpsed. And here is as good a place as any to begin with Clive Barker, the author of strange and scary stories such as the novel that begins above, Weaveworld. Barker is probably best known as the creator of the Hellraiser franchise — which began with the novella The Hellbound Heart; later became the 1987 horror classic that Barker directed; and was then a comic from 1989-1994. He accomplished the print-to-film-to-comic trifecta again with Nightbreed, the film version of which was released in 1990. Barker drew attention with his early 80s story volumes, Books of Blood. His first novel, The Damnation Game, not only put him on a par authors such as Stephen King but earned praise from those same authors. He is widely admired for weaving into his scary stories complex themes about human nature and desires. In addition to crafting his signature novels, a chilling amalgam of horror, sci-fi, and fantasy, Barker is an accomplished artist. (His comic Ectokids is in development as a movie project at Nickelodeon.) He has also written for children — a fact that surprises readers familiar only with his disturbing adult oeuvre. But, in fact, his childrens tales (The Thief of Always, Abarat, etc.) are among his most imaginative. No matter what his audience or medium, Barkers stories are effective because its clear that he takes his work, and his genre, very seriously — and expects the same from his audience. In an interview with Barnes & Noble.com, he told us Fantasy and horror liberate us into a world in which our frustrations and our repressions can take an exoticized form, rendering them more safely and also, if we dare, more approachable.

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A few words about book author

Clive Barker is the bestselling author of nineteen books, including Weaveworld, Imajica, and Galilee. He regularly shows his art in Los Angeles and New York, and produces and directs for both large screen and small. Recent projects include the Oscar®-winning film Gods and Monsters, and an exhibition of erotic painting and photographs, The Weird and the Wicked. He lives with his husband, the photographer David Armstrong, in Los Angeles, along with his family of dogs, rats, geckoes, iguana, and turtles.

Biography

Nothing ever begins....Nothing is fixed. In and out the shuttle goes, fact and fiction, mind and matter woven into patterns that may have only this in common: that hidden among them is a filigree that will with time become a world. It must be arbitrary, then, the place at which we choose to embark. Somewhere between a past half forgotten and a future as yet only glimpsed. And here is as good a place as any to begin with Clive Barker, the author of strange and scary stories such as the novel that begins above, Weaveworld. Barker is probably best known as the creator of the Hellraiser franchise — which began with the novella The Hellbound Heart; later became the 1987 horror classic that Barker directed; and was then a comic from 1989-1994. He accomplished the print-to-film-to-comic trifecta again with Nightbreed, the film version of which was released in 1990. Barker drew attention with his early 80s story volumes, Books of Blood. His first novel, The Damnation Game, not only put him on a par authors such as Stephen King but earned praise from those same authors. He is widely admired for weaving into his scary stories complex themes about human nature and desires. In addition to crafting his signature novels, a chilling amalgam of horror, sci-fi, and fantasy, Barker is an accomplished artist. (His comic Ectokids is in development as a movie project at Nickelodeon.) He has also written for children — a fact that surprises readers familiar only with his disturbing adult oeuvre. But, in fact, his childrens tales (The Thief of Always, Abarat, etc.) are among his most imaginative. No matter what his audience or medium, Barkers stories are effective because its clear that he takes his work, and his genre, very seriously — and expects the same from his audience. In an interview with Barnes & Noble.com, he told us Fantasy and horror liberate us into a world in which our frustrations and our repressions can take an exoticized form, rendering them more safely and also, if we dare, more approachable.

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