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Nos4a2 Hardcover – 2012

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  • Hardcover: 692 pages
  • Publisher: William Morrow & Company (2012)
  • ASIN: B00CS3U2SM
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)

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A spine-tingling novel of supernatural suspense from master of horror Hill, the "New York Times"-bestselling author of "Heart-Shaped Box" and "Horns." Victoria and Charles can both go to secret worlds, from a secret bridge to a terrifying playground of amusements. Their paths have crossed before, and one is looking for revenge.


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This is the proper book to read on Christmas Eve and on Christmas Day. Don't miss that opportunity to straighten up your vision of the world of children. Christmasland is the future for us all, to get rid of all adults and to turn the whole world into an entertainment and amusement park. Another version of Joyland of course.

Joe Hill is settling accounts with life and he seems to have a lot. The slave maker in this world is an old Rolls Royce car of the 1930s and the Savior of this world is a Raleigh bike and a couple of Harley Davidson and Triumph motorbikes. He does not really like Father Christmas. He prefers the reindeers and the snowmen. And be sure the Moon is not any motherly figure but the great master of this world of total liberation known as Christmasland. Let's sing together the debunking of all mothers, and respect the exclamation marks on that one:

"In Christmasland we'll build a Snowgirl!
And make believe that she's a silly clown!
We'll have lots of fun with Missus Snowgirl!
Until the other kiddies cut her down!"

If you have the guts and the courage to enter one of the most cruel and gory book I have read lately (that definitely makes Stephen King the father look pale with his trilogy horrify / terrify / gross-out), put on your lifejacket and body armor and dive into this maelstrom of aggressive violence that is only believable if you are convinced there is a passage between this world of landscapes and the other world of your own secret inner landscapes, or inscapes. We all have an inscape, or several, but some of us have the tool to get into it and to bring into it the young boys and girls that will enable us to remain young for ever, to rejuvenate ourselves with the youth of these children.
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I liked Joe Hill's shorter fiction more than his novels up til NOS4R2. This novel is wonderful 700+ pages fly by.
Excellent characters and a wonderful monster a perfect combination of suspense and horror.
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This is a very good read, Joe Hill has certainly inherited his father's talent for writing a good story. I couldn't put it down!
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Great story-writing clearly runs in the family. I read this back to back with Stephen King's 11-22-63 and while that novel was superior (come on though - King is an excellent writer) NOS4A2 shows that Joe Hill is finding his voice and having fun. He even pokes fun in a few places regarding the inevitable comparisons to his illustrious father.

Fast-paced, at times truly horrific and good-humoured, NOS4A2 is highly recommended and having read all of Hill's previous novels this is easily his best yet - hopefully an indication of things to come.
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