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Days of Magic, Nights of War is a true series book--those who have not traveled to Abarat before will have a difficult time picking up the threads of Barkers complex mythical opus without having read the first installment. But teen readers who have been waiting breathlessly for Candys return are rewarded with a stunning sequel that reveals her true identity at the novels smashing climax. As in Abarat, Clive Barker's full-colored, organic illustrations of Abarats inhabitants stalk and swim across the pages like a Stephen King-meets-Dr. Seuss circus. There seems to be no end to Barkers ever-expanding idiosyncratic vision, and for that, fantasy fans of all ages can be grateful. --Jennifer Hubert --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
My fault for not combing the reviews more carefully, but this paperback edition doesn't contain the illustrations. Read morePublished 14 days ago by D. Multhauf
You're kidding yourself if you don't get all three books in this series. All three are amazing.Published 27 days ago by Mars
I bought this book because it was advertised as Abarat days of magic, nights of war (BK 2). This led me to believe that Clive Barker had made a sequel to the 2nd Abarat book, not... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Auntess
The paperback version does not include illustrations. Which are part of the reason why I really like these books, is the paintings and drawings by the author. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Andrew
I rediscovered Clive. I had read the Books of Blood and other horror books by Clive Barker years ago. The Abarat series is just as good, but in a different way. Read morePublished 5 months ago by B. Cooper
It's an excellent book in a very imaginative and exciting series. A great book for all ages, really anyone with an imagination.Published 6 months ago by Michael K. Brady