Mister B. Gone



You Hold In Your Hands Not A Book At All, But A Terrifying Embodiment Of Purest Evil Can You Feel The Electric Tingle In Your Fingers As You Are Absorbed By The Demon Jakabok S Tale Of His Unintentional Ascent From The Depths Of The Inferno Do You Sense The Cold Dread Worming Its Way Into Your Bloodstream, Your Sinews, The Marrow Of Your Bones As You Read Deeply Into His Earthly Education And Unspeakable Acts The Filth You Now Grasp Has Been Waiting Patiently For You For Nearly Six Hundred Years And Now, Before You Are Completely In Its Thrall, You Would Do Well To Follow The Foul Creature S Admonition And Destroy This Abomination Of Ink And Paper Before You Turn A Single Leaf And Are Lost Forever.You Have Been Warned.Mister B. Gone

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  • Paperback
  • 248 pages
  • Mister B. Gone
  • Clive Barker
  • English
  • 01 October 2017
  • 0061562491

10 thoughts on “Mister B. Gone

  1. says:

    It was atrocious I was so excited to find that Clive Barker came out with a new book too, especially what with the fancy packaging The very juvenile bit of don t read this, burn this book repetition got tiresome really fast His writing was horrible, it s like he didn t even try like he just sat down at a computer after a few drinks and dumped whatever he wanted on it and called it a book While some points of the book were mildly interesting I liked the idea of the demon and Quintoon s It was atrocious I was so excited to find that Clive Barker came out with a new book too, especially what with the fancy packaging The very juvenile bit of don t read this, burn this book repetition got tiresome really fast His writing was horrible, it s like he didn t even try like he just sat down at a computer after a few drinks and dumped whatever he wanted on it and called it a book While some points of the book were mildly interesting I liked the idea of the demon an...

  2. says:

    It must take some balls to directly insult harangue your audience reader The demon inside this book this is LITERAL goes to the trouble of berating the reader for doing his job, reading tells him to Burn this book and this has the inverse effect for the reader of course, who simply continues, persists on The narrator of this confessional reminds me of that interview with the vampire of once upon a time recounts the horrors he s seen, how he got out of hell, how there is a celestia It must take some balls to directly insult harangue your audience reader The demon inside this book this is LITERAL goes to the trouble of berating the reader for doing his job, reading tells him to Burn this book and th...

  3. says:

    This book lured me in with its appealingly gothic cover and a blurb on the back which described it as a terrifying insight into the earthbound battle between good and evil, narrated by the alternatively malignant and seductive voice of a medieval demon.What I was hoping for was a sort of satanic antithesis to CS Lewis devilish epistle The Screwtape Letters where a senior devil exhorts a junior devil to greater levels of malignant mischief via a series of detailed letters What I got was less de This book lured me in with its appealingly gothic cover and a blurb on the back which described...

  4. says:

    Clive Barker and Humor must maintain a distance of at least 50 yards in between one another at all times under penalty of writing another crapstack like this one.

  5. says:

    I ll be quick.1 The burn this book bits are annoying Very annoying, alright.2 There are quite a few funny moments Jakabob Botch being a sharp tongued bastard of a demon such asWell, you could, I suppose, I replied, glancing back at the Archbishop as I spoke and giving him a look of aristocratic ill temper Would you be so kind as to lift your hand off my shoulder, your bejewelledness 3 I ve found the first half of the book to be way better than the second 4 Gutenberg s dark se I ll be quick.1 The burn this book bits are annoying Very annoying, alright.2 There are quite a few funny moments Jakabob Botch being a sharp tongued bastard of a demon such asWell, you could, I suppose, I replied, glancing back at the Archbishop as I spoke and giving him a look of aristocratic ill temper Would you be so kind as to lift your hand off my shoulder, your bejewelledness 3 I ve found the first half of the book to be way bette...

  6. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I haven t read a Clive Barker book for about 10 years, so I was pretty excited to read this one when I saw it on the shelf Unfortunately, the book didn t live up to my expectations I felt that Barker s vision of hell and the demons who populate it was a b...

  7. says:

    DNFOh no covers my face with my hands I m sorry Clive Barker This just was the wrong book to start with Someone on bookstagram listed all the books I should read of his and then told me Mister B Gone is for the birds He was right.UGH.I just can t with this book any Especially when there are countless books I really wanted to read in October This was a buddy read with my dear friend, Emily book.happy she managed to finish and I believe she rated it 2 stars If I were to...

  8. says:

    2 1 2 Mister B Gone starts out with a dire warning though not dire enough to scare me away unfortunately.Burn this book Go on Quickly, while there s still time Burn it Don t look at another word Did you hear me Not One More Word.I wish I d listened Not that I advocate burning books but I do savor my free time and I really wasted it here.I had high hopes for this when it began It s read by none other than Doug Bradley of Pinhead fame and he has such a lovely accent and manner of spea 2 1 2 Mister B Gone starts out with a dire warning though not dire enough to scare me away unfortunately.Burn this book Go on Quickly, while there s still time Burn it Don t look at another word Did you hear me Not One More Word.I wish I d listened Not that I advocate burning books but I do savor my free time and I really wasted it here.I had high hopes for this when it began It s read by none other than Doug Bradley of Pinhead fame and he has such a lovely accent and manner of speaking that I figured I d fall in love with this story It didn t happen I haven t read a recent Clive Barker novel in ages but I have recently reread his Books of Blood both ...

  9. says:

    I liked the simplicity of this novel It readsas fairytale than horror, although there are echoes back to the excellent short storyThe Yattering And JackI really enjoy the artificial aging of the paper It adds to the novels device of having the demonic narrator trapped inside the pages, begging you to burn the book I wish I could take the dust jacket off, remove the copyright page and any mention of title or author, distress the cover until it looks ancient, than plant it in a used I liked the simplicity of this novel It readsas fairytale than horror, although there are ec...

  10. says:

    Es el primer libro que leo de C Barker.En general, me ha gustado bastante la forma en la que est escrito, el prota, pero el final me ha fallado un poco No por el final en si, si no por la forma de desarrollarlo Muy precipitado.Otra cosa, que no se si es un fallo o no, es que, pese a algunas descripciones macabra y expl citas, no acababa de inspirarme terror, aunque supongo que eso ya es m s algo personal.Por m...

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