Pilo Family Circus

Pilo Family Circus by Will Elliot

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[i]"You have two days to pass your audition. You better pass it, feller. You’re joining the circus. Ain’t that the best news you ever got?"[/i] Delivered by a trio of psychotic clowns, this ultimatum plunges Jamie into the horrific alternate universe that is the centuries-old Pilo Family Circus, a borderline world between Hell and Earth from which humankind’s greatest tragedies have been perpetrated. Yet in this place—peopled by the gruesome, grotesque, and monstrous—where violence and savagery are the norm, Jamie finds that his worst enemy is himself. When he applies the white face paint, he is transformed into JJ, the most vicious clown of all. And JJ wants Jamie dead! [i]"У тебя два дня, чтобы пройти прослушивание. И лучше тебе пройти его, приятель. Ты поступаешь в цирк. Ну разве это не самая лучшая новость, что ты получал?"[/i] Доставленный трио сумасшедших клоунов, этот ультиматум погружает Джейми в ужасную альтернативную вселенную, коей является существующий уже много веков Цирк Семьи Пайло, пограничный мир между Адом и Землей, место, где творятся самые великие трагедии человечества. И все же в этом месте, заполненном ужасными, гротескными и чудовищными вещами, месте, где жестокость и дикость являются нормой, Джейми обнаруживает, что его наихудший враг - он сам. Когда он наносит на лицо белый грим, он превращается в Джей-Джея, самого злобного клоуна из всех. И Джей-Джей хочет, чтобы Джейми умер! Отголоски Лавкрафта, Брета Истона Эллиса, Чака Паланика и раннего Стивена Кинга звучат со страниц этой волшебной, восхитительно зловещей работы, которая номинировалась на звание Лучшего Романа по версии International Horror Guild, а также стала победителем шести австралийских литературных премий.

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Will Elliott (Will Elliott, b.

1979) is an Australian horror writer based in Brisbane, Queensland. Elliott dropped out of law at 20 after discovering schizophrenia, and although The Pailo Family Circus is about a young man struggling with his psychopathic alter-ego in the guise of a clown, Elliott has argued that the novel is not autobiographical. Will Elliot`s debut novel, The Pailo Family Circus, was published in Australia in 2006 and has become incredibly popular and has won numerous Australian and international awards and prizes. Elliot also writes short stories and novels. His memoir Strange Places, in which he talks about his schizophrenia and his development as a writer, was released in Australia on May 1, 2009. The book was shortlisted for the Prime Minister`s Literary Awards. His latest published work is the fantasy trilogy Pendulum List of nominations and awards Ditmar Award, Best Novel (2007) Australian Shadows Award (2007) Golden Aurealis Award, Best Novel (2007) Aurealis Award , Horror novel, co-winner with Edwina Grey`s Prismatic (2007) "Best Young Novelist Award", The Sydney Morning Herald (2007) ABC Fiction Award (2006) Nocte Award Best Foreign Book Award (2011) International Horror Guild Award, Novel ( 2007) Prime Minister`s Literary Awards for Nonfiction (2010) Author site [b ]Wikipedia [

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Will Elliott (Will Elliott, b. 1979) is an Australian horror writer based in Brisbane, Queensland. Elliott dropped out of law at 20 after discovering schizophrenia, and although The Pailo Family Circus is about a young man struggling with his psychopathic alter-ego in the guise of a clown, Elliott has argued that the novel is not autobiographical. Will Elliot`s debut novel, The Pailo Family Circus, was published in Australia in 2006 and has become incredibly popular and has won numerous Australian and international awards and prizes. Elliot also writes short stories and novels. His memoir Strange Places, in which he talks about his schizophrenia and his development as a writer, was released in Australia on May 1, 2009. The book was shortlisted for the Prime Minister`s Literary Awards. His latest published work is the fantasy trilogy Pendulum List of nominations and awards Ditmar Award, Best Novel (2007) Australian Shadows Award (2007) Golden Aurealis Award, Best Novel (2007) Aurealis Award , Horror novel, co-winner with Edwina Grey`s Prismatic (2007) "Best Young Novelist Award", The Sydney Morning Herald (2007) ABC Fiction Award (2006) Nocte Award Best Foreign Book Award (2011) International Horror Guild Award, Novel ( 2007) Prime Minister`s Literary Awards for Nonfiction (2010) Author site [b ]Wikipedia [