Book two in the “Book of Cross” series. Something is rotten in the court of the faerie queen. A deadly spirit is killing off the faerie, and it has mysterious ties to Shakespeare’s play, HAMLET. The only one who can stop it is the immortal Cross, a charming rogue who also happens to be a drunk, a thief, and an angel killer. He is no friend of the faerie since they stole his daughter and made her one of their own. When it appears she may be the next victim of the haunting, though, he must race against time to save her. He encounters an eccentric and deadly cast of characters along the way: the real Witches of Macbeth, the undead playwright/demon hunter Christopher Marlowe, an eerie Alice from the Alice in Wonderland books, a deranged and magical scholar—and a very supernatural William Shakespeare. When Cross discovers a startling secret about the origins of HAMLET itself, he finds himself trapped in a ghost story even he may not be able to escape alive.
Book Two of the Book of Cross
Author: Peter Roman
IMAGINARIUM 3: THE BEST CANADIAN SPECULATIVE WRITING is a reprint anthology collecting speculative short fiction and poetry (science fiction, fantasy, horror, magic realism, etc.) that represents the best work published by Canadian writers in the 2013 calendar year.
The Best Canadian Speculative Writing
Author: Sandra Kasturi,Helen Marshall
Author: Josette Valentino
Examines the achievements and shortcomings of the eleven Mexica reigns that preceded the Spanish Conquest
The Mexica Aztecs
Author: Burr Cartwright Brundage
They're hiding under the bed. And in the closet. And anywhere else you've stashed yarn. They're friendly little monsters, and they're ready to come out and play! Popular designer Rebecca Danger presents 20 patterns for the most adorable monsters ever to climb off a pair of knitting needles. All are shown in two colorways, and most are done in two yarn weights, to help you pick the perfect yarn to suit your monster's personality.
Mischievous, Lovable Toys
Author: Rebecca Danger
Category: Crafts & Hobbies
Die zehnjährige Karen Reyes führt ein ganz besonderes Tagebuch: Neben ihren Alltagsbeobachtungen zeichnet sie Monster aus Trash-Horrorfilmen und alten Pulp-Magazinen. So bewältigt sie ihren Alltag in den USA der 1960er-Jahre und sammelt Spuren und Hinweise, die zur Aufklärung des Mordes an ihrer Nachbarin Anka Silverberg beitragen sollen. Emil Ferris verarbeitet in Am liebsten mag ich Monster ihre eigene Vorliebe für Horror-B-Movies und Grusel- Groschenhefte und bettet dies in eine Geschichte ein, die die sozialen Spannungen im Chicago der 1960er Jahre mit einer Geschichte des Erwachsenwerdens verknüpft. Fantastisches Artwork! Für den Hugo Award nominiert! Der Überraschungserfolg aus den USA!
Author: Emil Ferris
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels
A collection of tales featuring such terrors as an evil baby sister, a remote control that can control more than just the television set, and a boarding school that is turning kids into robots.
Author: R. L. Stine
Category: Children's stories, American
The Miracleman Companion
Author: George Khoury
Publisher: TwoMorrows Publishing
Category: Comic books, strips, etc
new modes of adapting, 1950-1990
Author: John Orr,Colin Nicholson
Publisher: Edinburgh Univ Pr
Category: Performing Arts
the medical traditions of love in the Renaissance
Author: Donald Beecher,Massimo Ciavolella
Category: European literature Renaissance, 1450-1600 History and criticism
Fernando Columbus recounts his eventful voyage with his father in search of a passage to India.
Author: Olga Litowinsky
Publisher: New York : Delacorte Press
Category: Adventure and adventurers
"Previously published as Medusa's gaze and vampire's bite by Scribner"--Title page verso.
The Origins of the Creatures We Love to Fear
Author: Matt Kaplan
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
After children have read this comprehensive guide, they will know which monsters eat others, the diet of moat monsters, the habits of long-legged underbed pigs, how to identify a saltwater warthog (its snicker), and much more Have you ever wondered why sometimes after you have washed your socks, one of them mysteriously disappears? Or why your shoelaces always seem to get tangled into tricky knots? The answer is, you probably have a monster problem or, more specifically, two monster problems with a gobblesock living behind your washing machine and a shoelace monster nesting under your bed. This field guide for monsterphiles of all ages, focusing on 64 curious creatures from piano tunas to soap slurpers to thunderguts, explains what they look like, what annoying habits they have, and even if they are useful for anything. With big color profile pictures for each monster and a handy section on how to keep them (or get rid of them), this is a must have book for any aspiring monster expert.
A Spotter's Guide
Author: Peter Macinnis,Adele K. Thomas
Publisher: Allen & Unwin
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Roderick Roach is an average student at a very unique school: the Wentworth Academy for Children with Special Abilities. Founded as an exclusive school for children with super powers, the Wentworth Academy is located deep in a remote mountain range to hide it from the public. Roderick has the gift of invisibility. His best friend is the world-famous and very popular Ezra Stone, who can manipulate fire. One day Ezra saves the school from a terrible creature and becomes a hero. After this Roderick is cast out of his friend's spotlight and known only around the school as simply, "Ezra's friend." Suddenly, Roderick gets the chance of a lifetime: while the school is under attack from a deadly dragon, he has the chance to kill it with a legendary sword that he finds by chance. Ezra is unable to respond, the professors are terrified, and only Roderick's true friends can help him. Does he have what it takes to defeat a monster as large as a mountain and save the school? About the Author: Vinicio Murillo was born in Santa Ana, California. He is currently a student at the California State University at Fullerton. Mr. Murillo is a lifelong writer; in his free time he draws and plays music in an ensemble. Roderick Roach is the author's first published book, and is the first novel in a trilogy currently in work. Publisher's website: http: //sbpra.com/VinicioMurillo
Author: Vinicio Murillo
Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Metallica is one of the most successful hard-rock bands of all time, having sold more than ninety million albums worldwide. Receiving unique, unfettered access, acclaimed filmmakers Joe Berlinger and Bruce Sinofsky followed Metallica over two and a half years as they faced monumental personal and professional challenges that threatened to destroy the bands just as they returned to the studio to record their first album in four years. While the documentary itself provides an insider's view of Metallica, the two and a half years of production (and more than 1,600 hours of footage) garnered far more than can be expressed in a two-hour film. Berlinger's book about the experience reveals the stories behind the film, capturing the energy, uncertainty, and ultimate triumph of both the filming and Metallica's bid for survival. It weaves the on-screen stories together with what happened off-screen, offering intimate details of the band's struggle amidst personnel changes, addiction, and controversy. In part because Berlinger was one of the only witnesses to the intensive group-therapy sessions and numerous band meetings, his account of his experience filming the band is the most honest and deeply probing book about Metallica - or any rock band - ever written. This is the book both Metallica and film fans have dreamed of - a stark and honest look at one of rock's most important bands through the eyes of the most provocative documentary filmmakers working today.
The Inside Story of Some Kind of Monster
Author: Joe Berlinger,Greg Milner
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Anna Pigeon's first case—this is the story her fans have been clamoring for...this is where it all starts. In The Rope, the latest in Nevada Barr's bestselling novels featuring Anna Pigeon, Nevada Barr gathers together the many strings of Anna's past and finally reveals the story that her many fans have been long asking for. In 1995 and 35 years old, fresh off the bus from New York City and nursing a broken heart, Anna Pigeon takes a decidedly unglamorous job as a seasonal employee of the Glen Canyon National Recreational Area. On her day off, Anna goes hiking into the park never to return. Her co-workers think she's simply moved on—her cabin is cleaned out and her things gone. But Anna herself wakes up, trapped at the bottom of a dry natural well, naked, without supplies and no clear memory of how she found herself in this situation. As she slowly pieces together her memory, it soon becomes clear that someone has trapped her there, in an inescapable prison, and no one knows that she is even missing. Plunged into a landscape and a plot she is unfit and untrained to handle, Anna Pigeon must muster the courage, determination and will to live that she didn't even know she still possessed to survive, outwit and triumph. For those legions of readers who have been entranced over the years by Park Ranger Anna Pigeon's strength and determination and those who are new to Nevada Barr's captivating, compelling novels, this is where it all starts.
An Anna Pigeon Novel
Author: Nevada Barr
Publisher: Minotaur Books