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I’ll be reading this again soon: Not to mention, the characters are great too. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. The drawings and style are beauuuuutiful. Definitely a book non-readers can get into, especially with the quick chapters. Please read the original and then check out the graphic novel if you must Mar 17, Victoria Hall rated it really liked it. I put it on my shelf sulkily and didn’t look at it for a long time.

It’s enjoyable and full of whimsy but I really loved that it had such dark undertones to it.

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May 07, Stephanie Bruck rated it it was amazing Shelves: Everything a child could want is there – every season, Christmas and even Halloween happen every day. I’m going to keep this review short, since I don’t want to give away any major spoilers, but this is a book any reader should check out. Trivia About The Thief of Always.


Still, picture books as we know them were created en masse in the fifties, and they largely stuck to badker tradition for their entire existence. I enjoyed the interview at the end. The art for the series really helps bring the story to life. The later effect had a lot more to do with the tides of the comic industry. So well written and filled with braker many clues along the way. A bit of a faceless hero.

In a story about temptation, he remained remarkably immune. Apr 14, Heather Babcock rated it liked it. The main story is adhered to with genuine faithfulness with stark drawings capturing both the mundane quality of the plain-looking Harvey and the fantastical nature lq the beings who lure him in and later threaten his life.

This is a fast read too. Starting off with the basics Harvey is boredwe are quickly whirled into the colorful world that Barker masters so well. Barker knows how to use descriptive words to his advantage. Excellent adaptation of Barker’s book.

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Picture books aimed at adults are now differentiated with the term “graphic novels,” which is exactly the same thing as “picture book,” just more complex. The Thief of Always is a plot that largely reflects a very old western sort of myth warning of the dangers of hedonism and apathy.

Tijuana bibles are from this era, a most decidedly non-children form of comic book. Lots of figurative language, foreshadowing, and allusions.

Hood himself are creatures of nightmare and fantasy and the illustrations make this obvious from their very first appearances. Beautiful artwork, but not a five star read because the print was too tiny for me.


Starting off with the basics Harvey is caaawe are quickly whirled int Clive Barker brings readers this delightful fairy tale, surrounding the main character of young Harvey, a bright adventurous young boy with a stubborn streak.

It’s a great read; the story is interesting, the characters are enthralling, and Mr.

Thanks for telling us about the problem. Barker can definitely do fairy tales. With some minor plot similarities to The Haunting where the house is concerned, we learn through Harvey’s eyes what is what and a small mystery is solved. Fra le righe di una favola nera, in questo racconto si dipanano trame interessanti. The setting is of a fascinating, mystical, storybook house.

I remember lurking in my parents’ basement library with this book, reading and re-reading it every so often. Regardless, a must read for anyone that has read the novel and has been following the rumors of a film adaption for the last 10 years.

Some of them found pa I’m currently teaching this to my English 8 class. I would highly recommend to both fantasy and non fantasy readers, adults and children ages 10 and up.