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Tired of Death. By Neil Hartley
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How many times have you hacked down a zombie without thinking about it? Ever wondered who the shadowy force is behind that dungeon? Spared a thought for the poor denizens sat around in chilly... More > Crypts waiting for the next victim? No? Perhaps it's time to see the story from the other side... Follow Dreth's adventures through the dungeon and beyond, to learn the ultimate secret behind his curse!< Less
Tired of Death : Book 2 - Overlord By Neil Hartley
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Book 2 of Tired of Death!Dreth is out, and he's mad! With his two and a half zombie sidekicks and an ever growing band of other strange characters, he makes his way through a hostile country towards... More > the Overlords' Tower for the final confrontation. However, first he has to deal with the fearsome Anti-Paladin who is hunting him down..< Less
Tired of Death - Book 1 - Dungeon By Neil Hartley
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Zombies, dark elves, golems and medusas! Foul creatures or simply misunderstood? It's time to see the story from the other side!
"Tired of Livin'? Feared of Dyin'?" By Robert S. Wood
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Sooner or later, every one of us must face death. When that time comes, this little book will be a treasure, because it reveals that there IS an easy way out. Modern science confirms there's a... More > little-known way to pass over that is private, painless, peaceful, dignified and legal, requiring no drugs or assistance. You simply release the life force that keeps us all alive. This book shows you how. It's perfect for someone in hospice or a terminally-ill loved one. Or put it on your shelf in anticipation of future need---an insurance policy against a feaful, helpless death.< Less
"Tired of Livin'? Feared of Dyin'?" By Robert S. Wood
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Sooner or later, every one of us must face death. When that time comes, this little book will be a treasure, because it reveals that there IS an easy way out. Modern science confirms there's a... More > little-known way to pass over that is private, painless, peaceful, dignified and legal, requiring no drugs or assistance. You simply release the life force that keeps us all alive. This book shows you how. It's perfect for someone in hospice or a terminally-ill loved one. Or put it on your shelf in anticipation of future need---an insurance policy against a feaful, helpless death.< Less
Views From a Tire Swing By Kate Turski
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Views from tire swings are varied, as are our views of life: sometimes we spin or feel that everything has turned upside-down; while other times we fly, only to land firmly back on the ground. Such... More > are the views in this book. Follow the author through her poetic journey of life, love, and loss.< Less
Views From a Tire Swing By Kate Turski
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Views from tire swings are varied, as are our views of life: sometimes we spin or feel that everything has turned upside-down; while other times we fly, only to land firmly back on the ground. Such... More > are the views in this book. Follow the author through her poetic journey of life, love, and loss.< Less
Odour of Death By Raja Sharma
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The condolence message lay on the small round table in front of Aditi and Avasthiji. Aditi was constantly looking at the message. The written words seemed to be the embodiment of death itself. Death... More > can disturb anyone but an emotion goes with the death,-the age of the deceased. A child’s death arouses pity and affliction because it has not seen anything yet. An old person’s death produces sorrow and relief that the tired body has got salvation. But if a young person dies, we are shocked; we are not ready to accept it; we generally don’t easily believe it.< Less
Death With No Name By Corey Brown
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It started with riots. It started with mass suicides. It started with death. What started? The beginning of the end. Billions dead within a year. The few survivors who were able to remain alive were... More > forced to survive alongside the mobile deceased. Yes, the billions who were killed did not stay dead. They got up and killed, and the people they killed got up and killed, and the people they killed got up and killed. They fed on the flesh of the living. So now, with no common law or social structure, the few good men left in the world must not only fight off the hordes of the undead, they must also outsmart, outrun, and outgun thieves, rapists, and cannibals. A tired Father and his teenage daughter travel the wasteland. Looking for anything that may be of use or anyone who is willing to work together to try and build a better tomorrow. But in a world ruled by the undead and threatened by masses of sinners, one may ask: Is there hope?< Less
Death With No Name By Corey Brown
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It started with riots. It started with mass suicides. It started with death. What started? The beginning of the end. Billions dead within a year. The few survivors who were able to remain alive were... More > forced to survive alongside the mobile deceased. Yes, the billions who were killed did not stay dead. They got up and killed, and the people they killed got up and killed, and the people they killed got up and killed. They fed on the flesh of the living. So now, with no common law or social structure, the few good men left in the world must not only fight off the hordes of the undead, they must also outsmart, outrun, and outgun thieves, rapists, and cannibals. A tired Father and his teenage daughter travel the wasteland. Looking for anything that may be of use or anyone who is willing to work together to try and build a better tomorrow. But in a world ruled by the undead and threatened by masses of sinners, one may ask: Is there hope?< Less