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In this second addition to the Arabat series, Candy Quackenbush, with the help of the forces of Day, must use all their special powers to stop Christopher Carrion and the Army of Night's devious plot to conquer her beloved islands. Reissue....
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In this second addition to the Arabat series, Candy Quackenbush, with the help of the forces of Day, must use all their special powers to stop Christopher Carrion and the Army of Night's dev...
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In this second addition to the Arabat series, Candy Quackenbush, with the help of the forces of Day, must use all their special powers to stop Christopher Carrion and the Army of Night's devious plot to conquer her beloved islands. Reissue.

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Author

clive barker

Format

paperback

ISBN

9780060596385

Pages

556

Publication Date

17/09/2006

Publisher

HarperCollins Publishers

Manufacturer

Harpercollins Childrens Books

In this second addition to the Arabat series, Candy Quackenbush, with the help of the forces of Day, must use all their special powers to stop Christopher Carrion and the Army of Night's devious plot to conquer her beloved islands. Reissue.
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