O ladrão da eternidade

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  • Paperback
  • 188 pages
  • O ladrão da eternidade
  • Clive Barker
  • Portuguese
  • 10 August 2018

About the Author: Clive Barker

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O ladrão da eternidade Alternate cover edition of ISBN 9789896373696Quando, nos longos meses de Inverno, um rapaz chamado Harvey se sente a morrer de t dio, eis que surge um homem que o conduz para uma estranha e fascinante casa onde em cada dia passam as quatro esta es do ano e n o h regras, apenas divertimento e milagres A casa de f rias do Senhor Hood existe h mais de 1000 anos, oferecendo as boas vindas a todas as crian as e satisfazendo todos os seus desejos Mas quando Harvey encontra um lago povoado por criaturas que eram, outrora, crian as como ele, descobre que h um pre o a pagar pela sua estadia na casa, e o que era um sonho tornado realidade, cedo se transforma num pesadelo Free Download O ladrão da eternidade [ By ] Clive Barker [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – scottishhomebakingawards.co.uk

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14 thoughts on “O ladrão da eternidade

  1. Johann (jobis89) says:

    The great grey beast February had eaten Harvey Swick alive Harvey Swick is a 10 year old boy who is bored with his life he s tired of school, homework and the winter months That is, until a creature tells him all about a place called the Holiday House, where you can have anything you wish for and it is Christmas every evening.It s not very often that I read a book that completely changes my outlook on life It happens once in a blue moon, but when I do find these books they are extra specia The great grey beast February had eaten Harvey Swick alive Harvey Swick is a 10 year old boy who is bored with his life he s tired of school, homework and the winter months That is, until a creature tells him all about a place called the Holiday House, where you can have anything you wish for and it is Christmas every evening.It s not very often that I read a book that completely changes my outlook on life It happens once in a blue moon, but when I do find these books they are extra special Recently I ve found myself to be one of those people who are always waiting for and looking towards something in the future, whether that is the weekend or the E...

  2. Hannah Greendale says:

    Click here to watch a video review of this book on my channel, From Beginning to Bookend Ten year old Harvey Swick is invited to Mr Hood s Holiday House, a thousand year old dwelling that welcomes children to enjoy its rapidly changing seasons, explore its grounds filled with mythical creatures, and partake of the delicious meals prepared by the house cook, Mrs Griffin At first, Harvey thinks Holiday House is the best thing that s ever happened to him, but he soon discovers not all is as it Click here to watch a video review of this book on my channel, From Beginning to Bookend Ten year old Harvey Swick is invited to Mr Hood s Holiday House, a thousand year old dwelling that welcomes children to enjoy its rapidly changing seasons, explore its grounds filled with mythical creatures, and partake of the delicious meals prepared by the house cook, Mrs Griffin At first, Harvey thinks Holiday House is the best thing that s ever happened to him, but he soon discovers not all is as it seems By the time he realizes he wants to leave, there may be no way out Though promising in premise, Harvey s adventure is one of low stakes He suffers from lack of want and, in the book s opening pages, his greatest problem is that he suffers from boredomI ve got nothing better to do, Harvey said,...

  3. Delee says:

    Sooooooooo, I mentioned that I had sworn off Mr Clive Barker yeeeeeeeears ago due to squeamishness Ms Stepheny called me on it and said, PLEASE PLEASEPLEASE read THE THIEF OF ALWAYS before making your final judgement on allllllllll of his work Okay, Stepheny, I stand corrected not all of his work is GROSS In fact I quite enjoyed this blood less tale image error 10 year old Harvey Swick is boredbored, bored with school Bored with the dreary weather, and bored with his day t Sooooooooo, I mentioned that I had sworn off Mr Clive Barker yeeeeeeeears ago due to squeamishness Ms Stepheny called me on it and said, PLEASE PLEASEPLEASE read THE THIEF OF ALWAYS before making your final judgement on allllllllll of his work Okay, Stepheny, I stand corrected not all of his work is GROSS In fact I quite enjoyed this blood less tale image error 10 year old Harvey Swick is boredbored, bored with school Bored with the dreary weather, and bored with his day to day life BORED boreboooooooriiiiiinggreat grey beast of February Just as Harvey is wallowing in his dull, cruel, childhood a man named Rictus flies up to his window and offe...

  4. Laurel says:

    Edit 5 I now have a first edition thanks to a bookstore selling old books and it is in perfect condition thank you world.Edit 4 My love for this book knows no bounds because I managed to get this hard copy of the graphic novel Signed and hand numbered there were only 500 of these going out.Edit 3 Did I just buy the ebook of this Yes I did Gotta be safe in case I lose the paperback copy 3333 The great gray beast February had eaten Harvey Swick alive. The most fabulous opening line I Edit 5 I now have a first edition thanks to a bookstore selling old books and it is in perfect condition thank you world.Edit 4 My love for this book knows no bounds because I managed to get this hard copy of the graphic novel Signed and hand numbered there were only 500 of these going out.Edit 3 Did I just buy the ebook of this Yes I did Gotta be safe in case I lose the paperback copy 3333 The great gray beast February had eaten Harvey Swick alive. The most fabulous opening line I ve ever read In all seriousness It shows that ...

  5. Sadie Hartmann Mother Horror says:

    Always a no spoiler no plot detail reviewI wish I would have read this book when I was like 12 or 13, what a very powerful book this would have been to me But, sadly I only just read it now at age 41 but since I m still a huge lover of children s fiction especially dark children s fiction I still found this story to be every bit as magical and scary as it intended to be.This is my first Clive Barker book that I ve finished I started previous works Mister B Gone and The Great and Secret Always a no spoiler no plot detail reviewI wish I would have read this book when I was like 12 or 13, what a very powerful book this would have been to me But, sadly I only just read it now at age 41 but since I m still a huge lover of children s fiction especially dark children s fiction I still found this story to be every bit as magical and scary as it intended to be.This is my first Clive Barker book that I ve finished I started previous works Mister B Gone and The Great and Secret Show but didn t finish either of them not for me.But wow, I love this book Clive Barker wrote this in such a way that the naivete of the young characters is your top layer of narration but as you read it, this subtle feeling of insidiousness grows and festers like a clogged pore I recommend it to anyone Anyone who loves magic, creepy illustrations and dark creatures Good vs evil and friendship and a morally sound pr...

  6. Stepheny says:

    Oh, you re a horror fan Read Clive Barker.Steph, check out Clive Barker You ll love him.Have you read any Barker He s brilliant These are all things that were being said to me for the last few years I took note Then I saw Stephen King saying that Clive Barker is the future of the horror genre Well, if I am going to listen to anyone I am going to listen to Stephen King Everyone knows this.I took the encouragement of some of my goodreads friends and went with it I decided to go with the Th Oh, you re a horror fan Read Clive Barker.Steph, check out Clive Barker You ll love him.Have you read any Barker He s brilliant These are all things that were being said to me for the last few years I took note Then I saw Stephen King saying that Clive Barker is the future of the horror genre Well, if I am going to listen to anyone I am going to listen to Stephen King Everyone knows this.I took the encouragement of some of my goodreads friends and went with it I decided to go with the Thief of Always as it was one of the ones that was being recommended by the ones who know me best Let me just tell you I was not disappointed The Thief of Always is about a boy who is very bored one day and a guy flies i...

  7. Becky says:

    I remember being a kid and being bored, and it is THE WORST It wasn t just the boredom, it was the feeling of needing something but having no idea what Awful It will ruin your life And that is how you become me I don t really have much to say about this book It s my second Barker, and vastly different than the first of his that I d read The Hellbound Heart I liked this one well enough, and it s a quick read or would have been if I didn t have this need to make new levels in Mario Maker I remember being a kid and being bored, and it is THE WORST It wasn t just the boredom, it was the feeling of needing something but having no idea what Awful It will ruin your life And that is how you become me I don t really have much to say about this book It s my second Barker, and vastly different than the first of his that I d read The Hellbound Heart I liked this one well enough, and it s a quick read or would have been if I didn t have this need to make new levels in Mario Maker, anyway The illustrations were great, a nice sketchy style that I really liked a lot But the story was only just good It felt a little too message y for me Appreciate the tim...

  8. Zoeytron says:

    Harvey Swick is ten years old and bored out of his skull It s that dreary month of February, Christmas is over and summer is too far in the future for a small boy to contemplate He just wants to have some fun Through an open window flies a man in black by the name of Rictus His smile is all sharp teeth and is as wide as his face, but he has a glib tongue and promises Harvey all kinds of fun Plenty of playmates, the coolest treehouse ever, and a house that is almost too good to be true await Harvey Swick is ten years old and bored out of his skull It s that dreary month of February, Christmas is over and summer is too far in the future for a small boy to contemplate He just wants to have some fun Through an open window flies a man in black by the name of Rictus His smile is all sharp teeth and is as wide as his face, but he has a glib tongue and promises Harvey all kinds of fun Plenty of playmates, the coolest treehouse ever, and a house tha...

  9. Mario says:

    Great book to read on a rainy day What I liked the most apart from story are the illustrations They were really creepy, and reminded me of Neil Gaiman s Coraline, which is one of my favorite books The story is also similar to Coraline, but it does have its tw...

  10. Chris says:

    So, when I reviewed Coraline, I mentioned that, in terms of Young person casts off illusions and outwits a vastlypowerful otherworldly entity and comes to appreciate the realities of life stories, I thought this book was vastly superior So I jumped onto Bookmooch to see if anyone had a copy Lo and behold, a nice person in Israel was giving his copy away, so I snagged it And I stand by my judgment.Plus, this book has one of the best opening lines I have ever read The great, gray beas So, when I reviewed Coraline, I mentioned that, in terms of Young person casts off illusions and outwits a vastlypowerful otherworldly entity and comes to appreciate the realities of life stories, I thought this book was vastly superior So I jumped onto Bookmooch to see if anyone had a copy Lo and behold, a nice person in Israel was giving his copy away, so I snagged it And I stand by my judgment.Plus, this book has one of the best opening lines I have ever read The great, gray beast February had eaten Harvey Swick alive Can t beat that.Harvey Swick is ten years old, and like so many ten year old boys, he is bored with his life The interminable grayness of February, the drudgery of life going to s...

  11. Ron says:

    I know a place where the days are always sunny, and the nights are full of wondersSaid the small man who mysteriously appears in Harvey s bedroom on a blustery rainy day The day is a day in February, the worst of months The month that swallows the hope of summer Before the man can fill further promise, he is gone, but with the words, Watch for me Perhaps it had only been a dream.The man called Rictus does appear again, floating down from a cloud in his puffed up coat This time thougI know a place where the days are always sunny, and the nights are full of wondersSaid the small man who mysteriously appears in Harvey s bedroom on a blustery rainy day The day is a day in February, the worst of months The month that swallows the hope of summer Before the man can fill further promise, he is gone, but with the words, Watch for me Perhaps it had only been a dream.The man called Rictus does appear again, floating down from a cloud in his puffed up coat This time thoughthis time, his offer is true So Harvey walks with him to a place Rictus names Holiday House, a walk still wi...

  12. Abbie | ab_reads says:

    I have to thank my bestie jobis89 for quite literally forcing this book into my hands by getting it for me for Christmas, and THIS EDITION Gah It s almost too beautiful Clive Barker illustrated it himself, and while I always enjoy a surprise illustration in a book, these were on another level, I swear They toe the line between truly dark horror and children s drawings, and admittedly I m thinking of Marr here , cross that line occasionally, but who didn t love reading a book as a kid and g I have to thank my bestie jobis89 for quite literally forcing this book into my hands by getting it for me for Christmas, and THIS EDITION Gah It s almost too beautiful Clive Barker illustrated it himself, and while I always enjoy a surprise illustration in a book, these were on another level, I swear They toe the line between truly dark horror and children s drawings, and admittedly I m thinking of Marr here , cross that line occasionally, but who didn t love reading a book as a kid and getting that thrill of fear every now and again.The Thief of Always is the magical tale of young Harvey Sweek, who is fed up with the monotony ...

  13. Nils | nilsreviewsit says:

    Your tears are sweet, child And so are you Now you go out into the light and enjoy yourself There s sun on the step, and it won t be there forever, believe me The Thief of Always by Clive Barker was such a fun, dark and magical book At its heart this is children s book, a fable, but honestly it s one of those stories that can be thoroughly enjoyed by adults too.The main character Harvey Swick a ten year old boy who is extremely bored with life, getsthan he wished for when a mysterio Your tears are sweet, child And so are you Now you go out into the light and enjoy yourself There s sun on the step, and it won t be there forever, believe me The Thief of Always by Clive Barker was such a fun, dark and magical book At its heart this is children s book, a fable, but honestly it s one of those stories that can be thoroughly enjoyed by adults too.The main character Harvey Swick a ten year old boy who is extremely bored with life, getsthan he wished for when a mysterious man whisks him away to a Holiday House full of fun and adventure The story really reminded me of a mix between NOS4R2 by Joe Hill, with the whimsical, macabre side, of Neil Gaiman s children s books This was just such an awesome combination for me Harvey s character was really well written and felt very realistic It was so nostalgic to see how boring he found his days at school and how he just longed to be somew...

  14. Lisa says:

    Creepy Harvey is 10 and boredSoooooo boredSo when he is offered the chance of visiting a holiday house with unlimited food and presents, where it is spring, summer, autumn and winter all in one day how can he resist image error ...