The Curse of the Blue Figurine Hardcover
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Top Customer Reviews
This book is a must read! This is a horrifying and cool story and is something some people can relate to. It has Lusafur in it, has awesome details like: how they described the whole story line, especially how they described how Santin was vanished back to Hell where it came from, and some people like Gothic people would like this book. All theses factors are the reasons why the story is interesting or is a must read.
John Bellairs is the author of The Curse of the Blue Figurine. John is a Gothic Mystery novel writer. He was born in 1938 and died in 1991. Before he wrote 15 books he went to the University of Chicago. John Bellairs is a great author. He has the most artistic details I have ever read.
This book is a must read! This is Horrifying, Cool, and is something some people can relate to. It has Lusafur in it, has awesome details like: how they described the whole story line, especially how they described how Santin was vanished back to Hell where it came from, and some people like Gothic people would like this book. All theses factors are the reasons why the story is interesting.
This paragraph is about John Bellairs the author. John is a Gothic Mystery novel writer, he wrote 15 books and went to the University of Chicago.
Eventually, Bellairs' books became too formulaic, but I liked BLUE FIGURINE, as well as the follow-ups: THE MUMMY THE WILL, AND THE CRYPT, SPELL OF THE SORCERER'S SKULL, REVENGE OF THE WIZARD'S GHOST, and THE TROLLEY TO YESTERDAY. Great for kids too young for Stephen King.
duper book. I loved this book because it's about
magic happenings. In this story Johnny finds a
mystical statue and a letter from Father Baart.
Weird things start to happen to the young innocent
boy. Johnny thinks it's just a legend, but is it?
If you really want to find out, READ this book and
I am sure you won't regret it.
His stories are so good, I think that even adults would enjoy them. If you're looking for a good author for your child, get his stories!!
Most recent customer reviews
Spooky and creepy with a touch of retro.
Great suspense- keeps you reading late into the night!
Decent read but nothing compared to "House with a Clock in it's Walls".Published 22 months ago by Mr. Lego
This was a very good book and I encourage everybody to read it. It deals with curses which is awesome and obvious from the title. Read morePublished on June 22 2004 by Austin Hedrick
It was a good book to read until about page 70. The main character, John, holds up the Blue Figurine and shouts out something like, "I hope he breaks his goddam neck! Read morePublished on Jan. 23 2004
It is so good, although you might find a few dull parts. It is about 12 year old Johnny Dixon who stayes at his grandparents house because his dad is in the war. Read morePublished on Sept. 20 2001 by John Chambers