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"A lot of you ask about the status of The Scarlet Gospels. Firstly, thank you for caring. Several portions of the book are written and the scale of the narrative is massive. This is without doubt the most metaphysically ambitious book of mine since Imajica. But unlike Imajica, which offered an entirely new cast of characters, The Scarlet Gospels builds its narrative around Harry D'Amour and the Hellraiser mythology. Unlike Mister [Stephen] King, who has found brilliant ways to connect his different worlds so that we come to understand that each is an echo or reflection of the rest, I have no such grand ambition in mind. I simply want to tell an apocalyptic tale in which Harry will meet the forces of Hell as they appear in The Hellbound Heart and the first Hellraiser movie.
Since I became so unwell earlier this year I am trying to be a little kinder to myself. That means that I can't tell you exactly when the book will be finished, only that it will be."
- Clive Barker, October 2012