History Literature / Abarat

2nd Jun '16 4:45:47 AM Doug86
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** The Requiax, even to the point of being "[[CthulhuMythos a creature of the Deep]]".

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** The Requiax, even to the point of being "[[CthulhuMythos "[[Franchise/CthulhuMythos a creature of the Deep]]".
6th Feb '16 6:26:35 AM Freshmeat
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* MeaningfulName: A ''lot'' of them.
10th Jan '16 6:58:01 AM crazysamaritan
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* ImpossibleThief: John Mischief and his brothers, who managed to steal the ''tattoos'' of a criminal named Monkai-Monkai while he was in prison.

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* ImpossibleThief: ImpossibleTheft: John Mischief and his brothers, who brothers managed to steal the ''tattoos'' of a criminal named Monkai-Monkai while he was in prison.
15th Oct '15 5:48:09 PM FactoidCow
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* WordsCanBreakMyBones: In the second book, Candy abruptly learns a specific word of power: "Jassassakya-Thüm". When she says it, it shakes or breaks whatever she focuses on (or if she is ''not'' focusing, everything around her). And it will ''keep'' shaking and breaking until she inhales it again. In fact, the longer the word is "loose", the stronger it gets.
23rd Apr '15 7:24:40 PM Zyffyr
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* BiggerBad: [[spoiler: As of Absolute Midnight, the Nephauree.]]


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%%* GreaterScopeVillain: [[spoiler: As of Absolute Midnight, the Nephauree.]]
1st Sep '14 8:49:27 PM NOYB
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* [[spoiler: BiggerBad: As of Absolute Midnight, the Nephauree.]]

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* BiggerBad: [[spoiler: BiggerBad: As of Absolute Midnight, the Nephauree.]]
27th Aug '14 1:06:40 PM Black_Diesel
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15th Aug '14 12:12:59 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* ScheduleSlip: The third book, ''Absolute Midnight,'' took ''seven years'' to finish, officially getting out on September 27, 2011.



* WritingByTheSeatOfYourPants: For the first book, Barker admits that most of the pictures came first, and a story just kind of sprung up around them. He's planned the rest a bit more carefully, though.
2nd May '14 10:44:58 AM Pennyshill
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''Abarat'' is an as-yet unfinished YoungAdult fantasy quintet (of which so far only the first three books have appeared, ''Abarat,'' ''Days of Magic, Nights of War,'' and ''Absolute Midnight''--the intended sequel of which is tentatively titled ''"Kry Rising"'') written and illustrated by one Clive Barker.

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''Abarat'' is an as-yet unfinished YoungAdult fantasy quintet (of which so far only the first three books have appeared, appeared: ''Abarat,'' ''Days of Magic, Nights of War,'' and ''Absolute Midnight''--the intended sequel of which is tentatively titled ''"Kry Rising"'') written and illustrated by one Clive Barker.
2nd May '14 10:44:04 AM Pennyshill
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''Abarat'' is an as-yet unfinished YoungAdult fantasy quintet (of which so far only the first three books, ''Abarat,'' ''Days of Magic, Nights of War,'' and ''Absolute Midnight'' have appeared--the intended sequel of which is tentatively titled "Kry Rising") written and illustrated by one Clive Barker.

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''Abarat'' is an as-yet unfinished YoungAdult fantasy quintet (of which so far only the first three books, books have appeared, ''Abarat,'' ''Days of Magic, Nights of War,'' and ''Absolute Midnight'' have appeared--the Midnight''--the intended sequel of which is tentatively titled "Kry Rising") ''"Kry Rising"'') written and illustrated by one Clive Barker.
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