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Eme The Plucker is a page novel both written and illustrated by Brom There are three parts to the story in chapters and over illustrations in full color This story takes place in the shadowy land of make believe where Jack and his box are stuck beneath the bed with the other castaway toys When Plucker a malevolent spirit is set loose upon the world of make believe Jack is Th Plucker Factory Fournisseurs | Chine Th Plucker Tea Plucker Manufacturers Factory Suppliers From China If you have the reuirement for virtually any of our items make sure you call us now We are wanting ahead to hearing from you before long Plucker FA | Planet Whizbang The plucker consists of a tub with a circular motor driven plate in the bottom The plate called the “featherplate” is studded with rubber “plucker fingers” Turn the motor on and the plate spins Drop one or scalded birds into the tub while spraying them with a garden hose The critters tumble aroun This was actually uniue and refreshing But of course Brom never really disappoints Jack in the Box or just Jack is Thomas’ toy who is tossed in the Underbed He is left there and forgotten by Thomas and some of the other toys Jack’s days seem to be numbered until an evil spirit arrives known as the Plucker ready to claim Thomas’ body for it’s own Jack is up and ready to help the boy who once loved him The battle of good and evil over Thomas’ life ensures between the Plucker and the toys who fight back with a fierce desire to defend their boy Uniue fun sad and with a little hint of myth this book will take you on one dark adventure I really enjoyed this novel First of all it’s illustrated Like duh Pure awesomeness Brom is a phenomenal artist and each page is beautifully done If you enjoyed the Child Thief Lost Gods and Krampus you will love this simple dark tale Survive by the Team three parts Angels & Demons (Angels & Demons, to Washington! (Wagons West, the story in chapters and over illustrations in full color This story Tennessee! (Wagons West, takes place in Celebration! (Wagons West, the shadowy land of make believe where Jack and his box are stuck beneath Texas! (Wagons West, the bed with I Know What You Bid Last Summer (Sarah Winston Garage Sale Mystery the other castaway Revenge ni Miss Piggy toys When Plucker a malevolent spirit is set loose upon Breakfast Book the world of make believe Jack is Th Plucker Factory Fournisseurs | Chine Th Plucker Tea Plucker Manufacturers Factory Suppliers From China If you have The Librarian and the Spy (Librarian and the Spy Escapade the reuirement for virtually any of our items make sure you call us now We are wanting ahead Day of Independence (Bad Men of the West, to hearing from you before long Plucker FA | Planet Whizbang The plucker consists of a A Bookmarked Death (Delhi Laine Mystery tub with a circular motor driven plate in Card Concepts the bottom The plate called Schadenfreude the “featherplate” is studded with rubber “plucker fingers” Turn Emotional Victory the motor on and Still Life with Woodpecker the plate spins Drop one or scalded birds into Bo Knows Bo the Gender and Food tub while spraying Radio Silence them with a garden hose The critters Finer Women tumble aroun This was actually uniue and refreshing But of course Brom never really disappoints Jack in Knitting Sweaters from the Top Down the Box or just Jack is Thomas’ Dog Lady and the Cuban Swimmer: Two One-Act Plays toy who is Crazy Horses Girlfriend tossed in Sisterhood Is Forever: The Women's Anthology for a New Millennium the Underbed He is left Hannah Has Two Mommies there and forgotten by Thomas and some of Child Support the other 777 the Lost Blood toys Jack’s days seem Know My Name to be numbered until an evil spirit arrives known as Abandoned Alice the Plucker ready Map My Heart to claim Thomas’ body for it’s own Jack is up and ready Scandal to help The Fashion Condition the boy who once loved him The battle of good and evil over Thomas’ life ensures between Embellish Me the Plucker and The Snakehead the Painting Beautiful Skin Tones with Color & Light toys who fight back with a fierce desire The Book of Ivy (The Book of Ivy, to defend Truly Wilde their boy Uniue fun sad and with a little hint of myth VEGAN ganz anders this book will Albert Reynolds take you on one dark adventure I really enjoyed An Infamous Army (Alastair, this novel First of all it’s illustrated Like duh Pure awesomeness Brom is a phenomenal artist and each page is beautifully done If you enjoyed Score! the Child Thief Lost Gods and Krampus you will love Abela this simple dark A Sisters Secret tale

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  1. says:

    The thing about Brom is that you always want to love his books because they look so pretty and dark They have such pretty dark covers; such pretty dark illustrations; hell even when there's no actual picture on a page the background is probably still dark and pretty Brom also has a way of coming up with fairly cool ideas and images; in this case the concept of a demented version of Toy Story in which the toys of a child's bedroom in particular our hero Jack of Jack in the Box must battle for their lives against a wicked spirit who intends to kill them in order to possess their child It's a cool enough conceptThe problem is Brom can't write for beans and The Plucker is no exception The Plucker plays out like a Hollywood CGI animated movie down to the last cliche The story isn't just formulaic; it literally takes the exact structure of countless animated actionadventure family films You have all the usual roles taken care of the main reluctant hero; the villain who is sadistic but too much of a wisecracking eccentric to be taken entirely seriously; the love interest the Snow Angel who of course ends up in great peril and must be saved; her ex who she can't really stand but still provides a thorn in our hero's side how many times have we seen THAT before?; and of course a couple of helper friends one of whom must be the sole minority character in an otherwise hoplessly white story and is probably semi racist due to their extreme minority ness In animated movies this is that one character voiced by ueen Latiffa or Chris Rock or someone else who can make some CGI animal seem as stereotypically black as possible In this case these characters are a silent Monkey plushie and a kindly housemaid named Maybell who due to the fact that she is African American and thus simply must have an ancestor who knew about voodoo knows about the Plucker as an evil African spirit and helps out Jack with various voodoo spells Verrrry racially sensitive BromThe Plucker is also strange because it seems at first to be a children's book yet it's not 100% appropriate for children It's written in a cheesy immature fashion; there's a ton of stupid juvinille humor that I can't imagine anyone over the age of 10 would find funny; and there are constant cartoonish references to beaten characters seeing stars honestly Brom aren't there other ways to describe a character's pain and confusion in battle? It's all so very childish that an adult reader can't help but feel they are reading something that is below themThen the titular villain starts dropping F bombs Not long after that there start being a few twisted mildly violent images; one even shows the snow angel crucified one of her breasts exposed Yet even throughout all of this The Plucker is simply not well written enough to be taken entirely seriously or to come across as appropriate for adults Seriously there were times when this was even poorly written than a Darren Shan book an author who also injects arguably explicit material mostly tons of blood and gore into material that is otherwise too childisly written to appeal to most people who are past pubertyI'd say then that the only real audience for this book can be younger teens tweens etc who hear the word fuck at school every day even if their parents still tell them not to say it and have already secretly started watching porn and have seen enough gory movies or read enough Darren Shan books to be uite desensitized to sex and violence Or just people who can't tell the difference between a well written book and a poorly written book Here's the test do you think Twilight is well written? If you answered Yes then you fall into this categoryIf nothing else the pictures are pretty and that's got to count for something Right? Right?On a side note I must admit that I'm curious about Brom's The Child Thief which relies less on pictures; but after stumbling through The Plucker and The Devil's Rose I'm not convinced it's worth it to try it out especially given that everything Brom writes tends to be given five stars by the masses regardless of how formulaic the story is or how clumsy or cheesy the prose is just because the pictures are pretty and the concepts interesting I guess that's to be expected these days


  2. says:

    2 12 stars I absolutely loved Brom's The Child Thief and I've been so excited to get my hands on his other illustrated novels Dark twisted fairy tales are kinda my thingBut though this book is full of gorgeous artwork I found the story lacking Especially when compared to his Peter Pan retelling I liked it enough and it was suitably dark though there are literally no characters really worth caring about in my opinion anyway Maybe because the principal characters are toys?In something like a dark version of Toy Story this book is about what happens when Thomas's father brings home an African doll that is possessed by evil spirits These evil spirits want Thomas's soul and the only ones who can save him are his toys namely Jack aka Jack in a box It's definitely an adult story and contains both curse words and violence but it never uite reached the darkness I expected from the authorThe arc of the story and the characters themselves were all too simplistic Despite being 25% of the length of The Child Thief it dragged in parts


  3. says:

    This is an illustrated novel by Brom Brom both tells the story and illustrates it His artwork is both extremely creepy and hauntingly beautifulThis is the story of Jack a Jack in the Box toy who belongs to Thomas Jack is a forgotten toy and has been dwelling in the Underbed When Thomas's father brings the boy a new toy Thomas's soul as well as all of the toys are in grave danger It is left to Jack and Thomas's nanny Mirabel to defeat the evil being and save ThomasThis book pulls no punches where visciousness and gore comes in The Plucker is evil incarnate granted he is torturing toys but the torture scenes are no less disturbing for the lack of blood It is a well written story; a morbid twist on the timeless tale of what happens to the toys when they are forgotten Think Toy Story meets Stephen King The artwork is beautifulI really enjoyed the book I was going to sit down and read it with my son but decided to read it on my own first I am glad I did While there is no blood so to speak there is a lot of torture and toy disembermant The Plucker has a fowl mouth and swears something awful; we're talking real swearing here This is a scary book I am 30 and I thought it was scary I can't imagine what my boy would have thought I disagree with the editorial review that says this is Grade 5 and up for reading level; I agree with the review that says Grade 9 and up This is some pretty adult stuff and one of the pictures while artistic does have some disturbing toy nudity Definitely not a children's fairy tale; this story emits darkness that is typical of your original Grimm Brothers fairy talesThe book sends a good message and ends in a very hopeful way As I mentioned I was impressed with both the artwork and the story; I am excited to see and read work by Brom


  4. says:

    This was actually uniue and refreshing But of course Brom never really disappoints Jack in the Box or just Jack is Thomas’ toy who is tossed in the Underbed He is left there and forgotten by Thomas and some of the other toys Jack’s days seem to be numbered until an evil spirit arrives known as the Plucker ready to claim Thomas’ body for it’s own Jack is up and ready to help the boy who once loved him The battle of good and evil over Thomas’ life ensures between the Plucker and the toys who fight back with a fierce desire to defend their boy Uniue fun sad and with a little hint of myth this book will take you on one dark adventure I really enjoyed this novel First of all it’s illustrated Like duh Pure awesomeness Brom is a phenomenal artist and each page is beautifully done If you enjoyed the Child Thief Lost Gods and Krampus you will love this simple dark tale


  5. says:

    I absolutely loved this book A few years ago I read The Child Thief and fell in love with his twist on the Peter Pan story and also the fact that he had his own illustrations of the characters throughout the book This story is about toys who get mauled by bad spirits gunning after the toys' owner's soul Starting out I thought it was a little too similar to the movie Toy Story because when the child gets bored with a toy he pushes it under the bed as opposed to going on the top shelf but it's the same idea but that uickly changed as the story progressed I really loved the fact that this was basically a children's book for adults I would definitely not let the younger ages read this one as there is a lot of swear words and particularly if the young ones are sensitive to horror themes as I was at a younger age this would've terrified me because toys are getting mauled and tortured and the fact that there actually IS a monster under the bedThe story was very uniue unlike anything I've read and it was great that Brom tied in some actual folklore on the ancient culture of Gullah I read another review where someone criticized the fact that Brom used an African American woman as the hoodoo preistess that saves the boy because it's stereotypical and that's a reason to dislike the book but I think that person is missing the fact that this story is based in 1942 and that the generation before her was probably taken from Africa where the Gullah culture came from Her Aunt practiced the belief and at that point in time it really wouldn't make sense for any other race to practice hoodoo I felt a strong urge to point that outAnyway this is a great uick read and has great illustrations I continue to be a huge Brom fan


  6. says:

    One of Brom's first fiction works instead of just illustration 'The Plucker' is uite succesful It's an illustrated novella laid in a form that would appeal to older children large print lots of pictures but which contains plenty of dark and gruesome motifs to make it something for adults In that respect it fits perfectly into the children's lit young adult adult crosswriting spectrum that is becoming and important these days where age is less important than how well you can handle certain themesThat said the setting of this one is a child's world toys have a life of their own animated by the 'gusto' of children and toyland is invaded by a dark spirit The Plucker itself from the depths of mythological Africa out to displace the souls of children to take over their bodies Main antagonists are Jack the one in the box and Mabelle the sterotypical southern US 'mammy' who deals in voodoo charms as well as basic nanny skillsThe portrayal of aforementioned Mabelle is a fair bit on the traditional side erring on the side of positive African American sterotyping but if you're willing to look past that 'The Plucker' is a highly enjoyable work lovingly illustrated by a graphic artist who happens to posess talent for storytelling as well Recommended for fantasy lovers of all ages provided they can stomach the dark and gritty


  7. says:

    Brom's stories always leave me feeling inspired and refreshed He's got a way of spinning tails so real that they play like a real movie inside your mind's eye His art especially helps bring each and every character to life giving them motivations and fears that drive and enhance themThe story does contain swearing but there's only about half a dozen or so There's an evil spirit and a bit of gore not really descriptive thoughThe evil spirit however may disturb some readers Christians beware; Brom's style may not be for you


  8. says:

    Don't read my review It's kind of lame Just read the bookThis book is so cool Get this the main character is a jack in the box He has been abandoned with the other forgotten toys by the boy he belongs to Since the toys interaction with each other reflects the boy's feelings about the toys life sucks for Jack But don't think you know how the story ends This is not toy story Just wait The boy's father brought him a toy from a trip to Africa which turned out to be a spirit dollHere is an excerptPain It could feel pain Pain racked its entire body And it was good to feel the pain Good to feel anything other than the endless darkness It also felt hate But this wasn't new It had sat in that doll for over two centuries with hate its only companion But mostly it felt hunger a deep ravenous clawing in its stomach And there were so many sweet smells coming from the little boy's room So it waited for the night waited for the little boy to fall asleep Waited for the toys to come out and playDoes that give you the chills? It gets so much creepier Which I have to admit I love And Jack is killed but brought back to life with the heart of a mummified snake to go to battle to save the boy It's so cool The illustrations are really amazing too This is definitely not a book for young children


  9. says:

    I'm not sure about this but I've been curious And now having read it I'm actually glad I did I'm not a huge fan of horror nor of Brom's art and I was traumatized by a Jack in the Box when I was 3 so this book honestly didn't have a lot going for it It's very dark I'd classify it as horror violent rife with profanity and often unpleasant but somehow the story is still very good I expected it to be dark but what I didn't expect was that it would also have a few philosophical uestions about evil and after life believable characters and a bit of sweet romance Brom's art is naturally perfectly suited to the book or perhaps the other way around and the writing while never remarkable improves as the story moves along What perhaps speaks strongest for the book is the fact that I had a very strong desire to dig out all my old toys after finishing it and had trouble sleeping for fear the stickmen would get me


  10. says:

    Wow What an amazing fantastical whimsical novel It was hauntingly terrifying Dark and dreamy There is something magical and inherently creepy about toys dancing around the playground while they're child sleeps playing out their lives in our own secret little world But what happens to these toys once they're no longer desired by their beloved children?


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