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by John Bellairs

Author: John Bellairs
Subcategory: Mysteries & Detectives
Language: English
Publisher: Dial Books (October 30, 1986)
Category: For children
Rating: 4.8
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The creepy baseball-playing killer robot with human eyes scared me senseless as a kid. The dark Edward Gorey illustrations capture the mood perfectly

The creepy baseball-playing killer robot with human eyes scared me senseless as a kid. The dark Edward Gorey illustrations capture the mood perfectly. But like most John Bellairs stories (which were written mainly for kids), it was such a quick and fun read, that I wish there was more of it.

One of John Bellairs best books. Nosing around in the back of the library while all of the other kids browsed the books with happy endings and pretty illustrations, I chanced upon a copy of "The Eyes of the Killer Robot. Just when you think all the villians are all wrapped up, you are in for another surprise. I really like most all of John Bellairs/Brad Strickland books. Great fun and takes you back to a simple times of the 50's. The cover illustration, in all of it's Goth-Gorey grandeur, fascinated me, so I became the first kid in my class to check out a chapter book.

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The Eyes of the Killer Robot is the fifth book in the Johnny Dixon series, published in 1986. Write the first section of your page here. Main article: Johnny Dixon Series.Byron "Fergie" Ferguson. Roderick Childermass. Duston Heights, Massachusetts. Stark Corners, New Hampshire. The Eyes of the Killer Robot at Bellairsia blog.

It was dark and again it was pouring rain, and the three of them were standing around and staring at the maroon Pontiac, which was pulled off onto a muddy piece of ground near the road.

It was dark and again it was pouring rain, and the three of them were standing around and staring at the maroon Pontiac, which was pulled off onto a muddy piece of ground near the road flat tire that sagged like a collapsed pudding. With a jack handle clenched in his fist, the professor stood staring down at the tire in disbelief. He was wearing an old rubber rain poncho, and he was almost speechless with rage. I hate cars!" he snarled through clenched teeth

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John Anthony Bellairs (1938–1991) is an award-winning American author, perhaps best known for his fantasy .

John Anthony Bellairs (1938–1991) is an award-winning American author, perhaps best known for his fantasy novel The Face in the Frost. He is also the author of many gothic mystery novels for children and young adults, including The House with a Clock in its Walls (which received both the New York Times Outstanding Book of Award and the American Library Association Children's Books of International Interest Award), The Lamp from the Warlock’s Tomb (which won the Edgar Allen Poe Award. and The Specter from the Magician’s Museum (which won the New York Public Library "Best Books for.

A Johnny Dixon Mystery: Book Five. Mix together baseball, black magic, evil robots, and a creepy lunatic out for revenge, and you get The Eyes of the Killer Robot, a Professor Childermass/Johnny Dixon mystery

A Johnny Dixon Mystery: Book Five. Mix together baseball, black magic, evil robots, and a creepy lunatic out for revenge, and you get The Eyes of the Killer Robot, a Professor Childermass/Johnny Dixon mystery. This story is not as much of a mystery as other books in the series, taking on more of the character of a gothic horror story complete with scary ghosts and evil villains. The story starts at a Red Sox baseball game attended by Johnny and the Professor.

in this deliciously wicked fun tale by the author of The House with a Clock in Its Walls (School Library Journal). Books related to The Eyes of the Killer Robot.

A boy tries to stop a rampaging robot in this deliciously wicked fun tale by the author of The House with a Clock in Its Walls (School Library Journal). There’s a local legend about a crackpot inventor who once built a robot capable of throwing a baseball 110 MPH, and the professor thinks that if they find the machine, they can win Bullard’s prize.

At first, Johnny Dixon doesn't believe Professor Childermass's story about Evaristus Sloane, the insane inventor of a fiendish, baseball-pitching 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 needs one thing to bring it to life--Johnny's eyes. A unique plot, marvelous characters, and non-stop suspense make for deliciously wicked fun. -- Booklist