In Orangefield, Halloween is never normal - and this year will be no exception. For Orangefield is now the home of Halloweenland, a bizarre carnival run by the mysterious Mr. Dickens. No one who sees the carnival doubts that it's a very strange place, but its real secrets can hardly be imagined.
Orangefield is also the home of Detective Bill Grant, who thinks he's seen it all. He's on the trail of an odd little girl, a girl who could hold the end of the universe in her hand. The trail will lead Grant to Ireland, the ancient home of the Lord of the Dead, then back to Orangefield, where, on what may be the last Halloween, the ultimate battle between Life and Death will take place.
©2009 Al Sarrantonio (P)2013 David N. Wilson
"Halloweenland pays a worthy homage to a season loved by many." (Shroud Magazine)
"No wordsmith since Ray Bradbury has crafted vivid pictures of the autumnal season quite like Al Sarrantonio." (Horror Reader Exclusive Review)
I am at that half a century mark in years. I enjoy audiobooks,cats,rats and most days my family,not necessarily in that order!lol
I listened to the Audible version.The 3rd in a series,this book was nearly great,except I found some of it a bit confusing.We are given back the first narrator,Gene Blake,who does wonderful character voices.Orangefield,once known as Pumpkinfield,is famous for it's Halloween traditions.There is a big festival, a carnival and pumpkins are everywhere. Lurking within some of them are spirits and envoys of the Lord of the Dead.Sam Hain finds that his whole being is in question.The battle for the world will happen on what may be the last Halloween ever.A great culmination to a really fun series.
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