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Mr Hood's Holiday House has stood for a thousand years welcoming countless children into its embrace It is a place of miracles a blissful rounds of treats and seasons where every childhood whim may be satisfiedThere is a price to be paid of course but young Harvey Swick bored with his life and beguiled by Mr Hood's wonders does not stop to consider the conseuences It is only when the House shows it's darker face when Harvey discovers the pitiful creatures that dwell in its shadows that he comes to doubt Mr Hood's philanthropyThe House and its mysterious architect are not about to release their captive without a battle however Mr Hood has ambitious for his new guest for Harvey's soul burns brighter than any soul he has encountered in a thousand years


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    The great grey beast February had eaten Harvey Swick aliveHarvey 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 eveningIt'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 Easter holidays or my next vacation away somewhere exotic I'm waiting for better days and better times However once I closed this book I was left with an overwhelming realisation that THESE are those days Life is now time is finite Something exciting and enjoyable can be found in each day even if it's something small It can be that the barista made your latte JUST the way you like it or it could be getting to spend quality time with your parents or even be something as minuscule as getting bookmail who am I kidding getting bookmail is THE BEST These are the books that burrow into your heart and leave their mark on you The books that you lend or recommend to a friend feeling as if you're sharing some innermost part of yourselfNow that I've got the sentimental part out of the way THE FANGIRLING CAN COMMENCE I can wholeheartedly say that I have loved everything Barker that I have devoured so far He is right up there in my top 3 authors now His writing his world building his imagination it all blows me away I'm a huge fan of his horror I love the fucked up shit he thinks up I love the gore the way he manages to make it terrifying and fucking weird yet beautiful And then he comes along and knocks me out with this stunningly beautiful touching CHILDREN'S book I had a number of messages from people on instagram not knowing that Barker wrote anything beyond horror Well he does and if you are put off by his horror he has other sights to show you smug face Like this book THIS ONE Get itThe illustrations are gorgeous and they are of course done by Barker himself enhancing the entire reading experience It's such a magical wonderful story and I want everyone to experience it but don't tell me if you hate it cos I don't think my heart could take it Upon starting the book there were so many comments from people who said this book changed their life or that it was the gateway book into the wonderful world of reading I GOT YOU GUYS I get it I wish I had experienced this book when I was young but I am equally happy to find it in adulthood where I could maybe appreciate the different themes a bit However I look forward to reading this to my kids someday or any kids hell maybe I'll just start reading it to random kids on the streetIt's so amazing to me that children's books are often the ones that teach you the most valuable lessons My other favourite childhood book is The Hobbit which taught me to not be afraid to step outside your front door and go on an adventure it really could be the making of youSo I implore anyone and everyone to pick up this book There's so much to found within this story and the last paragraph alone had me in tears AMAZING 5 stars from meReread February 2020 A hundred billion stars Still an all time favourite