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Hell City

Hell City Pdf/ePub eBook Author: ,
Editor: Noura Books
ISBN: 6020989399
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Vero muak ketika teman-temannya bercerita tentang hantu. Baginya, hantu hanyalah omong-kosong yang berasal dari mulut para pembohong. Hantu itu tidak pernah ada, tidak perlu ada, dan tidak usah dipercaya. Begitulah yang Vero yakini selama ini. Namun, semenjak pindah ke sebuah kota tua yang sepi, keyakinan Vero mulai berubah. Dia sering diganggu oleh teror-teror yang menyeramkan. Sebelumnya Vero tidak percaya kalau itu semua adalah ulah makhluk gaib. Namun, karena diteror terus-menerus, akhirnya Vero mulai mau mengakui bahwa ternyata makhluk gaib itu benar-benar ada-dan dia sudah sangat terlambat menyadarinya! [Mizan, Noura Books, Horror, Seram, Hantu, Indonesia]

The Infernal City: An Elder Scrolls Novel

The Infernal City: An Elder Scrolls Novel Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Greg Keyes
Editor: Del Rey
ISBN: 0345516974
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The Infernal City: An Elder Scrolls Novel by Greg Keyes Summary

Based on the award-winning The Elder Scrolls, The Infernal City is the first of two exhilarating novels following events that continue the story from The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, named 2006 Game of the Year. Four decades after the Oblivion Crisis, Tamriel is threatened anew by an ancient and all-consuming evil. It is Umbriel, a floating city that casts a terrifying shadow—for wherever it falls, people die and rise again. And it is in Umbriel’s shadow that a great adventure begins, and a group of unlikely heroes meet. A legendary prince with a secret. A spy on the trail of a vast conspiracy. A mage obsessed with his desire for revenge. And Annaig, a young girl in whose hands the fate of Tamriel may rest . . . .

Australian Horror Films, 1973Ð2010

Australian Horror Films, 1973Ð2010 Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Peter Shelley
Editor: McFarland
ISBN: 0786489936
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Australian Horror Films, 1973Ð2010 by Peter Shelley Summary

This pioneering work provides in-depth coverage of 76 horror films produced in Australia, where serial killers, carnivorous animals, mutants, zombies, vampires and evil spirits all receive the “antipodean” cinematic treatment unique to the Land Down Under. Titles covered were released between 1973 and 2010, a period coinciding with the revival of the long-dormant Australian film industry in the early 1970s, and continuing into the second wave of genre production spurred by the international success of the 2005 chiller Wolf Creek. The Cars That Ate Paris, The Last Wave, Roadgames, Razorback, Outback Vampires, Queen of the Damned, Black Water, and The Reef are among the titles represented. Each film is covered in a chapter that includes a cast and credits list, release information, contemporary reviews and DVD availability, as well as a synopsis and in-depth notes about the story, filmmaking techniques, acting performances, recurring themes and motifs, and overall effectiveness of the film as a work of horror.

Hell Town

Hell Town Pdf/ePub eBook Author: William W. Johnstone
Editor: Pinnacle Books
ISBN: 078601976X
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From the harsh, windswept prairies to the rough and bare-knuckle mountain towns, USA Today bestseller William W. Johnstone has chronicled one man's epic journey of survival, justice and a longing for a place to call home. Now, Frank Morgan is a lone lawman in a living hell. Buckskin, Nevada, was once a boomtown, then died a peaceful death. But when a fresh vein of silver is struck, Morgan lets himself get pinned with a tin badge at the worst possible time. It's not the crooked gamblers, the petty swindlers, or the stray murderer or two that will give Morgan problems. Instead, the governor sends his militia unbidden, an iron fisted military commander has an agenda of his own, and an outlaw gang decides the time is ripe for an all-out assault on Buckskin. Now, to put out the fire that's stoking a murderous cauldron, the last gunfighter will break rules of law and God--and duel the men who've come to make a killing of their own--with Morgan their first target.

Welcome to Horneytown, North Carolina, Population: 15

Welcome to Horneytown, North Carolina, Population: 15 Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Quentin Parker
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1440507392
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Titz. Twatt. Turda. And those are just the Ts. The world is full of wonderful, weird, and wild places. From Point Stupid and Mount Dick to Lake Cock and the River Suck, there are hundreds of towns, cities, mountains, deserts, and bodies of water around the globe that defy description and explanation--until now. In this book, the secret histories, mysteries, and peccadilloes of the world’s most laudably laughable places are revealed for the very first time (that we know of) for your reading pleasure. With sidebars that explain the etymology and origin of the place names, along with each place’s most famous residents, titillating scandals, and claims to fame, you’ll find this one-of-a-kind tell-all guide as funny as it is fascinating. Welcome to Horneytown, North Carolina, Population: 15--because no matter where you may find yourself right now, it’s good to know that there’s always somewhere worse!

The Literature Book

The Literature Book Pdf/ePub eBook Author: DK
Editor: Penguin
ISBN: 1465454470
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"Books, let's face it, are better than anything else." Nick Hornby Turn the pages of The Literature Book to discover over 100 of the world's most enthralling reads and the literary geniuses behind them. Storytelling is as old as humanity itself. Part of the Big Ideas Simply Explained series, The Literature Book introduces you to ancient classics from the Epic of Gilgamesh written 4,000 years ago, as well as the works of Shakespeare, Voltaire, Tolstoy, and more, and 20th-century masterpieces, including Catch-22, Beloved, and On the Road. The perfect reference for your bookshelf, it answers myriad questions such as what is stream of consciousness, who wrote To Kill a Mockingbird, and what links the poetry of Wordsworth with that of TS Eliot. Losing yourself in a great book transports you to another time and place, and The Literature Book sets each title in its social and political context. It helps you appreciate, for example, how Dickens' Bleak House paints a picture of deprivation in 19th-century England, or how Stalin's climb to power was the backdrop for George Orwell's 1984. With succinct plot summaries, graphics, and inspiring quotations, this is a must-have reference for literature students and the perfect gift for book-lovers everywhere. Series Overview: Big Ideas Simply Explained series uses creative design and innovative graphics along with straightforward and engaging writing to make complex subjects easier to understand. With over 7 million copies worldwide sold to date, these award-winning books provide just the information needed for students, families, or anyone interested in concise, thought-provoking refreshers on a single subject.

Heroin and Music in New York City

Heroin and Music in New York City Pdf/ePub eBook Author: B. Spunt
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 113731429X
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Heroin and Music in New York City by B. Spunt Summary

Using narrative accounts from a sample of 69 New York City-based musicians of various genres who are self-acknowledged heroin users, the book addresses the reasons why these musicians started using heroin and the impact heroin had on these musicians' playing, creativity, and careers.


Dante Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Barbara Reynolds
Editor: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 0857733117
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Dante is one of the towering figures of medieval European literature. Yet many riddles and questions about him persist. By re-reading Dante with an open mind, Barbara Reynolds made remarkable discoveries and unlocked previously hidden secrets about this greatest of Florentine poets. A fundamental enigma has tantalised readers of the 'Commedia' for seven centuries. Who was the leader prophesied by Virgil and Beatrice to bring peace to the world? Many attempts have been made to identify him, but none has seemed conclusive - until now. As well as proposing a solution to the famous prophecies, this lively, engaging and elegantly-written biography contains a provocative new idea in virtually every chapter. Dr Reynolds' research indicates that Dante smoked cannabis to reach new heights of creativity. That Beatrice, Dante's great love, was not who most scholars think she was. That Dante was a talented public speaker, who created a quite new form of poetic art, holding audiences spellbound. Above all, Reynolds views Dante as one of the greatest spin-doctors of Western civilization. His aim was not to preach an interesting parable about punishments for sin and rewards for virtue. It was to use poetry to change the politics of the age, and unite Europe around the secular authority of an Emperor. To promote this idea, which dominated his writings from his exile onwards, Dante combined it with a dramatic presentation of the Christian belief in Hell, Purgatory and Heaven. Vividly told in the first person, with a colour and immediacy derived from the pop art of street narrators - now made to seem respectable by its use of classical predecessors like Virgil - this extraordinary journey through the three realms was always profoundly political in intent. Dante here comes alive as never before: irate, opinionated, settling scores - a man of multifaceted gifts and extraordinary genius, whose role as an interpreter of world history makes him more than ever relevant to the new millennium.

John Constantine: Hellblazer - City of Demons

John Constantine: Hellblazer - City of Demons Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Si Spencer
Editor: DC
ISBN: 1401257038
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John Constantine: Hellblazer - City of Demons by Si Spencer Summary

A new adventure starring Vertigo's longest running antihero, John Constantine, England's chain-smoking, low-rent magus, featuring artwork by Sean Murphy, illustrator of JOE THE BARBARIAN. When John Constantine is run over by a truck, it takes a little while for England's nicotine-fueled magus to realize that he's perched between life and death. After a few weeks of hospital rehab, Constantine finds the London streets very different from when he left them behind as a series of occult murders and mutilations demands his attention. The common denominator points back to the ER where Constantine was admitted.

"A ""A Problem From Hell""

Author: Samantha Power
Editor: Basic Books
ISBN: 0465050891
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"A ""A Problem From Hell"" by Samantha Power Summary

A character-driven study of some of the darkest moments in our national history, when America failed to prevent or stop 20th-century campaigns to exterminate Armenians, Jews, Cambodians, Iraqi Kurds, Bosnians, and Rwandans.

Arthur Mervyn; or, Memoirs of the Year 1793

Arthur Mervyn; or, Memoirs of the Year 1793 Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Charles Brockden Brown
Editor: Hackett Publishing
ISBN: 1603844732
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Arthur Mervyn; or, Memoirs of the Year 1793 by Charles Brockden Brown Summary

Set during the epic Philadelphia yellow fever epidemic of 1793, Charles Brockden Brown's classic gothic novel Arthur Mervyn; or, Memoirs of the Year 1793 connects the outbreak with the upheavals of the revolutionary era and the murderous financial networks of Atlantic slavery. This edition of Arthur Mervyn offers selections from key contemporary texts as well as excerpts from Brown's own writings on slavery, race, and the uses of history in fiction.

The City of Fire

The City of Fire Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Grace Livingston Hill
Editor: The Floating Press
ISBN: 1776672550
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The City of Fire by Grace Livingston Hill Summary

If you think the genre of Christian-oriented romance is too often dragged down by dull plots and indistinct characters, try Grace Livingston Hill's thrilling novel The City of Fire. With plenty of suspense and subtle character development, this novel turns the typical romance tale on its head.

Vacations from Hell

Vacations from Hell Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Libba Bray,Cassandra Clare,Claudia Gray,Maureen Johnson,Sarah Mlynowski
Editor: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0061861693
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Vacations from Hell by Libba Bray,Cassandra Clare,Claudia Gray,Maureen Johnson,Sarah Mlynowski Summary

Life's a beach . . . and then you're undead? in this must-have collection, five of today's hottest writers—Libba Bray (A Great and Terrible Beauty), Cassandra Clare (City of Bones), Claudia Gray (Evernight), Maureen Johnson (13 Little Blue Envelopes), and Sarah Mlynowski (Bras & Broomsticks)—tell supernatural tales of vacations gone awry. Lost luggage is only mildly unpleasant compared to bunking with a witch who holds a grudge. And a sunburn might be embarrassing and painful, but it doesn't last as long as a curse. Of course, even in the most hellish of situations, love can thrive. . . . From light and funny to dark and creepy, these stories have something for everyone. You definitely won't want to leave this collection at home!

Heaven and its Wonders and Hell

Heaven and its Wonders and Hell Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Emanuel Swedenborg
Editor: Good Press
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Heaven and its Wonders and Hell by Emanuel Swedenborg Summary

"Heaven and its Wonders and Hell" by Emanuel Swedenborg (translated by John C. Ager). Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.

No Knives in the Kitchens of This City

No Knives in the Kitchens of This City Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Khaled Khalifa
Editor: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 1617977543
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No Knives in the Kitchens of This City by Khaled Khalifa Summary

In the once beautiful city of Aleppo, one Syrian family descends into tragedy and ruin. Irrepressible Sawsan flirts with militias, the ruling party, and finally religion, seeking but never finding salvation. She and her siblings and mother are slowly choked in violence and decay, as their lives are plundered by a brutal regime. Set between the 1960s and 2000s, No Knives in the Kitchens of this City unravels the systems of fear and control under Assad. With eloquence and startling honesty, it speaks of the persecution of a whole society.

Romanticism and the City

Romanticism and the City Pdf/ePub eBook Author: L. Peer
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 0230118453
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Romanticism and the City by L. Peer Summary

Romanticism and the City explores how late eighteenth and early nineteenth century literature conceptualized urban space. Fresh readings of key texts show how Romantic concerns with urban life shaped both individual works and broad theoretical issues in European Romanticism at large.

To Hell on a Fast Horse

To Hell on a Fast Horse Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Mark Lee Gardner
Editor: Harper Collins
ISBN: 9780061969539
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To Hell on a Fast Horse by Mark Lee Gardner Summary

“So richly detailed, you can almost smell the gunsmoke and the sweat of the saddles. ” —Hampton Sides, New York Times bestselling author of Ghost Soldiers No outlaw typifies America’s mythic Wild West more than Billy the Kid. To Hell on a Fast Horse by Mark Lee Gardner is the riveting true tale of Sheriff Pat Garrett’s thrilling, break-neck chase in pursuit of the notorious bandit. David Dary calls To Hell on a Fast Horse, “A masterpiece,” and Robert M. Utley calls it, “Superb narrative history.” This is spellbinding historical adventure at its very best, recalling James Swanson’s New York Times bestseller Manhunt—about the search for Lincoln’s assassin, John Wilkes Booth—as it fills in with fascinating detail the story director Sam Peckinpah brought to the screen in his classic film Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid.

City of Endless Night

City of Endless Night Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Milo Hastings
Editor: Ozymandias Press
ISBN: 1531289002
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City of Endless Night by Milo Hastings Summary

When but a child of seven my uncle placed me in a private school in which one of the so-called redeemed sub-sailors was a teacher of the German language. As I look back now, in the light of my present knowledge, I better comprehend the docile humility and carefully nurtured ignorance of this man. In his class rooms he used as a text a description of German life, taken from the captured submarine. From this book he had secured his own conception of a civilization of which he really knew practically nothing. I recall how we used to ask Herr Meineke if he had actually seen those strange things of which he taught us. To this he always made answer, "The book is official, man's observation errs."

The Parallax from Hell

The Parallax from Hell Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Douglas L. Laubach
Editor: iUniverse
ISBN: 9781469798332
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The Parallax from Hell by Douglas L. Laubach Summary

Is there no sympathy for the Devil? Misunderstood and vilified by the worlds major religions, Satan has decided to strike back at his accusers. In his own words, Satan makes the case that he is only carrying out Gods commands and that he is unjustly blamed for the woes of the world. Simultaneously controversial and entertaining, The Parallax from Hell delivers a new perspective of religious doctrine from the point of view of Gods fallen angel, Satan. Aided by his unwitting accomplice, Satan examines the tenants of the major organized religions, giving first a generic summary of their respective beliefs and then following up with his own very different slant. To take care of the credibility problem, he even footnotes his sources for skeptics. Tongue in cheek at times, Satan makes his case and then enlists his minions in Hell to contribute short essays and commentary. The result is a comprehensive analysis that covers not only religion, but history, theology, science, and philosophy. Wry and engaging, Satans observations challenge you to think critically about your religiously held assumptions as well as the beliefs of other organized religions. Definitely not your ordinary theological critique, The Parallax from Hell seeks to serve as an unorthodox vehicle for opening hearts and minds.

To Hell on a Fast Horse Updated Edition

To Hell on a Fast Horse Updated Edition Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Mark Lee Gardner
Editor: HarperCollins
ISBN: 006301193X
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To Hell on a Fast Horse Updated Edition by Mark Lee Gardner Summary

From Spur Award-winning author Mark Lee Gardner, his classic dual biography of Billy the Kid and Sheriff Pat Garrett, detailing Garrett’s riveting chase of the notorious bandit—now updated with a new afterword covering new developments in the Billy the Kid story. “So richly detailed, you can almost smell the gunsmoke and the sweat of the saddles.”—Hampton Sides, New York Times bestselling author Billy the Kid—a.k.a. Henry McCarty, Henry Antrim, and William Bonney—was a horse thief, cattle rustler, charismatic rogue, and cold-blooded killer. A superb shot, the Kid gunned down four men single handedly and five others with the help of cronies. Two of his victims were Lincoln County, NM, deputies, killed during the Kid’s brazen daylight escape from the courthouse jail on April 28, 1881. After dspensing with his guards and filing through the chain securing his leg irons, The Kid danced a macabre jig on the jail’s porch before riding away on a stolen horse as terrified townspeople—and many sympathizers—watched. For new sheriff, Pat Garrett, the chase was on . . . To Hell on a Fast Horse recreates the thrilling manhunt for the Wild West’s most iconic outlaw. It is also the first “dual biography” of the Kid and Garrett, two larger-than-life figures who would not have become the stuff of legend without the other. Drawing on voluminous primary sources and a wealth of published scholarship, Mark L. Gardner digs beneath the myth to take a fresh look at these two men, their relationship, and what they would come to mean to a public enamored of a violent national past.