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The Unlikely Escape of Uriah Heep The Ultimate Book Lover S Fantasy, Featuring A Young Scholar With The Power To Bring Literary Characters Into The World, For Fans Of The Magicians,Mr Penumbra S Hour Bookstore, And The Invisible LibraryFor His Entire Life, Charley Sutherland Has Concealed A Magical Ability He Can T Quite Control He Can Bring Characters From Books Into The Real World His Older Brother, Rob A Young Lawyer With A Normal House, A Normal Fiancee, And An Utterly Normal Life Hopes That This Strange Family Secret Will Disappear With Disuse, And He Will Be Discharged From His Life S Duty Of Protecting Charley And The Real World From Each Other But Then, Literary Characters Start Causing Trouble In Their City, Making Threats About Destroying The World And For Once, It Isn T Charley S DoingThere S Someone Else Who Shares His Powers It S Up To Charley And A Reluctant Rob To Stop Them, Before These Characters Tear Apart The Fabric Of Reality

About the Author: H.G. Parry

H.G Parry lives in a book infested flat in Wellington, New Zealand, which she shares with her sister and two overactive rabbits She holds a PhD in English Literature from Victoria University of Wellington, and teaches English, Film, and Media Studies Her short fiction has appeared in Intergalactic Medicine Show, Daily Science Fiction, and small press anthologies The Unlikely Escape of Uriah Heep is her debut novel.

10 thoughts on “The Unlikely Escape of Uriah Heep

  1. says:

    I don t have an ass.I mean, I have an ass, but not much of one, which makes finding jeans difficult Usually, I look like an assless child wearing Dad s Jordaches But, every once in a while, I find a pair that makes me look like Kim Kardashian, and I m just now realizing this is a terrible metaphor that I should immediately abandon But, if I hadn t abandoned it

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    I received a copy of this book from the publisher Orbit US Redhook in exchange for an honest review.It s.Not.Fair.I know that life isn t.But stories are Or if they re not fair, they re not fair with purpose.I wish I could tell better where stories end and life begins.Sometimes you just need to escape into a good book But if you re Charles Sutherland, sometimes you ina

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    I don t think that the publisher of this book did a very good job of publicizing it because I had never heard of it before I saw it among my library s new acquisitions Judging by the small number of reviews, not many people have heard of it and that is a shame because this book was imaginative, charming and witty Charley was a precocious child, but his secret gift was the abili

  4. says:

    NOW AVAILABLE mine came with a neat little library checkout card, proving the book was previously read by the likes of dorian gray and anna karenina and soon, ME NOW AVAILABLE mine came with a neat little library checkout card, proving the book was previously read by the likes of dorian gray and anna karenina and soon, ME

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    A review copy received from the publisher, Orbit UK, in exchange for an honest review.How many of us readers have experienced the kind of immersion and connection to a story, its setting or its characters, which made us wish that it could be real I d gander a guess that it covers pretty much all of us H.G Parry s marvellous debut novel, The Unlikely Escape of Uriah Heep, perfectly illustrates t

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    4 A Riveting, Unique and Enchanting Tale I Highly Recommend When I first read the blurb for The Unlikely Escape of Uriah Heep I wasn t sure what to expect just that it really intrigued me.It s not my normal genre but I have to say I really enjoyed it.Charlie is special, so special in fact that when he reads any kind of literature he can bring it to life.Ever since he was a small child he has always over

  7. says:

    This was such a wonderful read Charley Sutherland has a very special ability He can bring fictional characters to life, and has been able to do so for almost his entire life, forcing his family to get used to having Sherlock Holmes around for tea on a regular basis Which is all fine But the rest of the world can t know about his gift, and it s a bit difficult to keep something like that hidden when fictional char

  8. says:

    This book was on my to read list, I guess I must have read about it somewhere as an up and coming fantasy book Anyway, I added it to my to read list and then later won it in a GoodReads giveaway I wish I didn t have to give this such a low rating since the book isn t even out yet, but I just didn t care for it There s just too much about the book that doesn t make sense to me Like characters come out of books, but they do

  9. says:

    The Unlikely Escape of Uriah Heep is hands down one of my favourite novels of the last few years any fan of literature is going to adore this rip rollicking adventure, where the real and the fictional merge and you never know just who you might meet around the corner Practical, realistic Rob is a lawyer whose younger brother Charlie is somewhat the bane of his existence, having as he does the power to read characters and sometimes

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    Special thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for a free, electronic ARC of this novel received in exchange for an honest reviewTHIS BOOK THOUGH After a long stretch of moderate mediocre books, The Unlikely Escape of Uriah Heep has come into my life and granted all my literary wishes and dreams With similarities to The Invisible Library series by Genevieve Cogman and J.K Rowling s Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them , I have found a n

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