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Klajv Barker, englesko izdanje, Harper 2007, mek povez sa plasitificiranim omotom, 250 strana, originalni opis na engleskom:
Mister B. Gone is a short metafiction novel by Clive Barker, published in the United Kingdom and the United States in October 2007.
A lesser demon named Jakabok Botch, who lived a traumatised childhood in Hell, especially due to his brutish, physically abusive demon of a father. To prevent himself from losing his mind, Jakabok decides to write violent, hate-filled papers in which he commits torture and patricide.
Jakabok finds himself in the 14th century, under the captivity of a corrupt priest and his partners. He decides to run off into the forest, where he approaches a young girl (one of the partners` daughters) in the midst of unholy ground, which is covered in demonic gore.
Jakabok then encounters a couple in the grass. Jakabok is forced to kill the hostile male counterpart, taking his clothes.
Throughout the story, Jakabok repeatedly tries to get the reader to burn the book, first by asking, then by pleading, and finally by threatening. After realizing that the reader is heartless and cold, he gives up on asking, and reveals that doing so would have set him free to kill the reader. He ends the book by suggesting that the reader give the book to someone they hate.