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PRAISE FOR THE GATES

“Laugh-out-loud funny . . . A cross between Eoin Colfer and Terry Pratchett.”

— Los Angeles Times

“A wholly original novel.”

— People

“Whimsical and wicked . . . Connolly’s tale screams to be shared.”

— Minneapolis Star Tribune

“It is Madeleine L’Engle by way of Douglas Adams. The Gates is a fun book and an awfully funny one, as well.”

— Chicago Sun-Times

“Delightfully horrific and hilarious.”

—Eoin Colfer, author of the Artemis Fowl series

“Refreshing.”

— San Francisco Chronicle

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For Cameron and Alistair

Contents

Chapter I:

In Which We Find Ourselves in Hell, but Only Temporarily, So It’s Not

All Bad News

Chapter II:

In Which We Learn a Little About How Hard It Is to Be in Love

Chapter III:

In Which We Delve Deeper into the Bowels of Hell, Which Is One of

Those Chapter Headings That Make Parents Worry About the Kind of

Books Their Children Are Reading

Chapter IV:

In Which We Reacquaint Ourselves with Nurd, formerly “Nurd, The

Scourge of Five Deities,” Which Was All Something of a Misunderstanding,

Really

Chapter V:

In Which We Encounter Mr. Merryweather’s Dwarfs—or Elves—and

Rather Wish We Hadn’t

Chapter VI:

In Which Samuel Is Reunited with Boswell, and We Learn Why One

Should Not Trust a Mirror

Chapter VII:

In Which We Pay a Visit to Mrs. Abernathy’s House. Which Is Nice. Not.

Chapter VIII:

In Which We Wonder Just How Smart Really Smart People Sometimes Are

Chapter IX:

In Which Mr. Merryweather’s Elves Embark on a New Adventure

Chapter X:

In Which Mr. Merryweather’s Dwarfs Make an Unpleasant Discovery

Chapter XI:

In Which Samuel Arrives, and Nurd Departs

Chapter XII:

In Which Dozy Is the Bearer of Bad News

Chapter XIII:

In Which We Meet a Ram, and Some Old Friends Are Reunited

Chapter XIV:

In Which the Forces of Law and Order Assert Themselves

Chapter XV:

In Which Something of the Nature of this World Is Revealed Through Old

Ram

Chapter XVI:

In Which Hell Gets Stranger, and the Scientists Grow More Curious

Chapter XVII:

In Which the True Faces of the Conspirators Are Revealed, and an Ugly

Bunch They Are Too

Chapter XVIII:

In Which Those Who Will Be of Help to Samuel Begin to Come Together

Chapter XIX:

In Which We Encounter Some of the Other Unfortuna

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