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Jamaican Acute Ghettoitis By Crystal Evans
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In the Jamaican Ghetto, Life is not planned, it is built by chance often in stages, sitting and lurking, waiting for an opportunity to better ones self. The Ghetto is a place of dirt; even people... More > like me will never completely rid myself of the stench and muck of the Ghetto. I have not overcome my personal struggles, distrust of others, fear of persecution and death due to the envy of others for my material accumulations. You can never demonstrate how truly smart or talented you are in the Ghetto because people become centrally focused on your evolution, plotting your demise, committed to bringing you back down to the dark, mundane streets of what comprises their existence. People unable to change their lives due to the myopia of their perceptions and the narrowness of their social horizons. Many pictures of dead people are forever plastered on the back drop of the Ghetto; it is a hub for the ignorant and the poor.< Less
Hob and the Crystal Sphere By David Chandler
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The Ogre leaned towards the little Boggart. “Where we go, there are rivers of molten rock, lakes of acid, seas and oceans filled with the stench of millions of dead and dying... More > creatures.” “Do they sell candyfloss?” The Ogre smiled at the Boggarts humour, but somehow Hob didn’t feel very comfortable under that evil twisted grimace. HOB'S SECOND ADVENTURE! A couple of years have passed since Hob’s last adventures and, no longer a True Fairie, he finds himself somewhat alone in the land of mortals until the Council of Seven offer him a task to recover the mysterious Crystal Sphere, an ancient artifact that they hope will speed up the process of reawakening all the Fairie races. With Minxy the Imp to help him along the way, Hob soon finds himself plunged into a world of Goblins, Ogres, Giants, Dragons, Magic & Mayhem and, once again finds himself faced with difficult, heart-breaking decisions.< Less
Difficult Questions on Dinosaurs By Richard Pittack
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This book is not the typical “Questions and Answers on Dinosaurs” book. It is not a book for children enabling them to find out the largest recorded dinosaur, to discover what dinosaurs... More > ate or even how they managed to get up after nap time. An informative book on the biology and anatomy of the “mighty reptiles” – it is not. The series of questions in this treatise of answers has arisen from meetings conducted on dinosaurs. The questions have come from all kinds of people in various and sundry walks of life. Some of the questions were common and not much is to be learned from answers to such generalities However, some of the questions are not only posited by the curious but come from hearts filled with consternation while contemplating the subject of Theodicy. Did the Creator contribute heavily to the world’s landscape of tooth and claw? Is the canvass of God’s creation not only etched in blood but filled with the stench and smell emanating from the so-called Mesozoic Era of the past?< Less
Difficult Questions on Dinosaurs By Richard Pittack
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This book is not the typical “Questions and Answers on Dinosaurs” book. It is not a book for children enabling them to find out the largest recorded dinosaur, to discover what dinosaurs... More > ate or even how they managed to get up after nap time. An informative book on the biology and anatomy of the “mighty reptiles” – it is not. The series of questions in this treatise of answers has arisen from meetings conducted on dinosaurs. The questions have come from all kinds of people in various and sundry walks of life. Some of the questions were common and not much is to be learned from answers to such generalities However, some of the questions are not only posited by the curious but come from hearts filled with consternation while contemplating the subject of Theodicy. Did the Creator contribute heavily to the world’s landscape of tooth and claw? Is the canvass of God’s creation not only etched in blood but filled with the stench and smell emanating from the so-called Mesozoic Era of the past?< Less
Difficult Questions on Dinosaurs: Answered by a Creationist By Richard Pittack BA M DIV
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This book is not the typical "Questions and Answers on Dinosaurs" book. It is not a book for children enabling them to find out the largest recorded dinosaur, to discover what dinosaurs ate... More > or even how they managed to get up after nap time. An informative book on the biology and anatomy of the "mighty reptiles" - it is not. The series of questions in this treatise of answers has arisen from meetings conducted on dinosaurs. The questions have come from all kinds of people in various and sundry walks of life. Some of the questions were common and not much is to be learned from answers to such generalities However, some of the questions are not only posited by the curious but come from hearts filled with consternation while contemplating the subject of Theodicy. Did the Creator contribute heavily to the world's landscape of tooth and claw? Is the canvass of God's creation not only etched in blood but filled with the stench and smell emanating from the so-called Mesozoic Era of the past?< Less
Urban Cthulhu: Nightmare Cities By Henrik Sandbeck Harksen et al.
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What lurks in the damp recesses of urban existence? These new tales of weird fiction are a blend of urban horror, pulp noir and dark fantasy. Lovecraftian horrors and Cthulhu Mythos monsters have... More > never been this gritty. From haunted Kingsport across the globe to shadowy Berlin and the otherworldly music of Bangalore. From kind, sexy neighbors to cyberpunk paranoia an The King in Yellow. A journalist's search with unexpected results. What really happened to Walter Gilman, and what is the origin of the witch Keziah Mason? And witness humanity fail against the forces from beyond. From weird sounds to screams of madness. Entropy. Chaos. Disorder. Death. Beneath cities, on the outskirts of ruined, aeon-old cities and INSIDE cities. The stench, the decay, the hopelesness... it is everywhere. Welcome to URBAN CTHULHU: NIGHTMARE CITIES.< Less
Frankenstein or the modern promethus By John Fitzgerald
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Frankenstein, loved by many decades of readers and praised by such eminent literary critics as Harold Bloom, seems hardly to need a recommendation. If you haven't read it recently, though, you may... More > not remember the sweeping force of the prose, the grotesque, surreal imagery, and the multilayered doppelgänger themes of Mary Shelley's masterpiece. As fantasy writer Jane Yolen writes of this (the reviewer's favorite) edition, "The strong black and whites of the main text [illustrations] are dark and brooding, with unremitting shadows and stark contrasts. But the central conversation with the monster--who owes nothing to the overused movie image … but is rather the novel's charnel-house composite--is where [Barry] Moser's illustrations show their greatest power ... The viewer can all but smell the powerful stench of the monster's breath as its words spill out across the page. Strong book-making for one of the world's strongest and most remarkable books." Includes an illuminating afterword by Joyce Carol Oates.< Less
Frankenstein or the modern promethus By John Fitzgerald
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Frankenstein, loved by many decades of readers and praised by such eminent literary critics as Harold Bloom, seems hardly to need a recommendation. If you haven't read it recently, though, you may... More > not remember the sweeping force of the prose, the grotesque, surreal imagery, and the multilayered doppelgänger themes of Mary Shelley's masterpiece. As fantasy writer Jane Yolen writes of this (the reviewer's favorite) edition, "The strong black and whites of the main text [illustrations] are dark and brooding, with unremitting shadows and stark contrasts. But the central conversation with the monster--who owes nothing to the overused movie image … but is rather the novel's charnel-house composite--is where [Barry] Moser's illustrations show their greatest power ... The viewer can all but smell the powerful stench of the monster's breath as its words spill out across the page. Strong book-making for one of the world's strongest and most remarkable books." Includes an illuminating afterword by Joyce Carol Oates.< Less
Just Beyond Blue By Rene' O'Shea
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A bittersweet saga of war and peace…life and death. Hauntingly beautiful and incredibly imaginative! BLue is a lone warrior woman trapped inside two realities–one filled with flower... More > blossoms and the other flowing with bloodshed. On the run and hunting water in the new transitional world, BLue battles demons, both internal and external, aided by unlikely angels, with the saving grace and unchanging supremacy of LOVE. Fascinating fiction that’s completely unique and morbidly inspiring. A demonically hideous plot rendered in painfully beautiful prose. No truer image exists of heaven and hell. BLue is simply breathtaking! An authentic cast of characters and a twisted tale totally out of this universe. Powerfully possessing in its ability to sweep us up in the sweet aroma of magnolia blooms amid the wicked stench of rotting corpses? Terroriffic! When you’re missing water and your other boot…and have to travel Just Beyond BLue…what lies on the other side?< Less
A Child of the Jago Morrison, Arthur By Morrison Arthur
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The novel opens after midnight on a hot summer night, when many of the residents of the Jago, likened to “great rats”, prefer to sleep in the street to avoid the oppressive heat and... More > stench of the closely packed houses. A man lured into a dwelling by a woman is brutally coshed, robbed and dragged unconscious into the street where others remove his boots. Dickey Perrott, 8 or 9 years old (the uncertainty is telling) makes his way home to the single room in which his family dwells, where he finds his mother, Hannah Perrott and flea-bitten baby sister, Looey, but only a crust of bread to eat. As dawn breaks his father, Josh Perrott, returns home with a club sticky with blood and hair, suggesting another robbery. After all the Jago is a seriously deprived area in which hardly anyone has honest employment or any prospect of it. Crime is the only practical means of income for most residents. The Jago has a warped morality.< Less

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