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The Eyes of the Killer Robot

Eeds one thing to bring it to life Johnny's eyesA uniue plot marvelous characters and non stop suspense make for deliciously wicked fun Bookli I love Bellairs scary mysteries I loved them as a child too They were just scary enough so I would make a running leap for the bed in the darkened room but not scary enough to keep me awake I als

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At first Johnny Dixon doesn't believe Professor Childermass's story about Evaristus Sloane the insane inventor of a fiendish baseball pitching Bellairs at his finest Iconic imagery of the baseball playing robot with stolen human eyes The creeping danger Johnny faces I love how Bellairs gives the villains a lurid goal to steal Johnny s ey

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Robot Then Johnny sees faces at his window at night and senses he's being followed Old Sloane has invented a new improved robot and he only n The fifth Johnny Dixon book is as big improvement over the previous installment In this book Johnny Fergie and the Professor have to defeat a supernatural mechanical menace with links to Johnny s


About the Author: John Bellairs

John Bellairs 1938–1991 was an American novelist working primarily in the Gothic genre He is best known for the children's classic The House with a Clock in its Walls 1973 and for the pathbreaking fantasy novel The Face in the Frost 1969 Bellairs held a bachelor's degree from Notre Dame University and a master's in English from the University of Chicago He combined writing and teaching from 1963 to 1971 including a year at



10 thoughts on “The Eyes of the Killer Robot

  1. says:

    As far as John Bellairs and Johnny Dixon goes I felt this was weaker Still a good story but the whole baseball element felt very forced I enjoyed the 3 book arc the previous story had It was a great story This one did not live up to it All the gang is back in this one and now there is a evil voodoo Robot running around basically Johnny is being kidnapped He has suffered some trauma not wonder he is so jumpy at this point It is

  2. says:

    Gothic horror for children Bellairs was one of my favorite authors when I was a kid but this is my first time reading this particular book The problem with reading Bellairs as an adult is that it seems unbelievable when the characters don't se

  3. says:

    Bellairs at his finest Iconic imagery of the baseball playing robot with stolen human eyes The creeping danger Johnny faces I love how Bellairs gives the villains a lurid goal to steal Johnny's eyes and couples that with a gradual invasion of his life successively removing the blanket of comfort and safety he thought he hadThe climax is particularly gratifying Unlike some of Bellairs' books where the conflict resolves

  4. says:

    Serious can you get a better title that that

  5. says:

    childhood favoriteI Loved all John Bellairs' books

  6. says:

    The fifth Johnny Dixon book is as big improvement over the previous installment In this book Johnny Fergie and the Professor have to defeat a supernatural mechanical menace with links to Johnny's Grandfather's past There are some good creepy moments here and the writing is back to Bellair's effortless storytelling The characters are sharply drawn and the story moves along nicely With this being a YA novel from the 1980's

  7. says:

    The entire book has a sort of retro feel as though it inhabits the same sort of historical cul de sac as the Peanuts comics and Ray B

  8. says:

    I love Bellairs' scary mysteries I loved them as a child too They were just scary enough so I would make a running leap for the bed in the darkened room but not scary enough to keep me awake I also feel like he takes his young chara

  9. says:

    Have you ever played a sport with a robot or some kind Well in this story in a old school baseball team they used this rob

  10. says:

    I read this book when I was about 10 It freaked me out I always loved that about John Bellairs' books not all of them did this but the writing always sucked me in

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