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All the Bells on Earth by James P. Blaylock
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All the Bells on Earth (1995)

by James P. Blaylock

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Series: Christian Trilogy (3)

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For Viki, John, and Daniel

And this time, for the Meyer Family, Denny, Judy, Anderson, and Amanda

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"'O ke aloha ke kuleana o kahi malahini"
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This is a homey fantasy, almost excessively so. Doughnuts, family tensions, relatives who arrive in a Winnebago, Christmas decorations, business worries, Uncle Henry's womanizing, and pyramid schemes wrap Walt Stebbins in layers of detail and distraction. Walt runs a small catalog business out of his garage, and he has no notion of a demonic presence in his town until a package is mistakenly delivered to him. The contents are not the inexpensive Chinese toys and novelties he deals in. The nasty-looking pickled bluebird of happiness ("Best thing come to you. Speak any wish.") piques Walt's interest, and he keeps it when he rewraps the box and passes it on to the addressee: the one person in the world Walt loathes, his former friend Robert Argyle. But Walt's keeping back the bluebird of happiness is the best thing that could have happened to Argyle--and the worst thing that could happen to Walt. What price happiness? If you have to ask ...

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In California, a minister sells the souls of three businessmen to the devil in order to raise money for his church. He does it as a joke, but when two of them die by spontaneous combustion, the minister realizes the devil took him at his word and he must save the third man. By the author of Night Relics.… (more)

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