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Hair Of The Alien

Author : Bill Chalker
ISBN : 9781416510246
Genre : Science
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Shocking. Controversial. Unprecedented. A case unlike any other in the annals of UFO investigation, DNA research, or alien abduction. Sydney, Australia. July 23, 1992. Twenty-eight-year-old Peter Khoury was awoken by what appeared to be two females -- both striking and unearthly -- kneeling on his bed. What transpired between them was a physical assault as bizarre and disorienting as it was unnatural. Then, as quickly as they had arrived, they vanished. Khoury had become one of a legion of alien abductees with inexplicable experiences, but this particular incident stood apart from all the others. This time, there was evidence -- two strands of white-blonde hair from one of the females. Khoury's case would result in the very first forensic DNA analysis of "alien abduction" evidence and revealed an extraordinary biological anomaly -- one genetically close to human yet almost impossibly far from the human mainstream. A gripping account of one of the great mysteries of our time, Hair of the Alien brings us closer than ever before to understanding our past, our origins, and our place in the universe. The results are nothing less than startling.
Category: Science

The Alien Hair

Author : Kamon
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Ethan was a shy eight year old boy. He was a middle child with an older brother and a younger sister. Sometimes Ethan wished he was younger like Lily and sometimes he wished he was older like Matt. He hated being the lettuce in the middle of Lily and Matt sandwich, until one day… Was it luck or was it fate that the alien hair landed on Ethan's head?

Ich Und Die Menschen

Author : Matt Haig
ISBN : 9783423422260
Genre : Fiction
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Ein Roman »mit einem ganz großen Herzen« Daily Express In einer regnerischen Freitagnacht wird Andrew Martin, Professor für Mathematik in Cambridge, aufgegriffen, als er nackt eine Autobahn entlangwandert. Professor Martin ist nicht mehr er selbst. Ein Wesen mit überlegener Intelligenz und von einem weit entfernten Stern hat von ihm Besitz ergriffen. Dieser neue Andrew ist nicht begeistert von seiner neuen Existenz. Er hat eine denkbar negative Meinung von den Menschen. Jeder weiß schließlich, dass sie zu Egoismus, übermäßigem Ehrgeiz und Gewalttätigkeit neigen. Doch andererseits: Kann eine Lebensform, die Dinge wie Weißwein und Erdnussbutter erfunden hat, wirklich grundschlecht und böse sein? Und was sind das für seltsame Gefühle, die ihn überkommen, wenn er Debussy hört oder Isobel, der Frau des Professors, in die Augen blickt?
Category: Fiction

The Alien Within

Author : Leith Morton
ISBN : 9780824832926
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Readers worldwide have long been drawn to the foreign, the exotic, and the alien, even before Freud s famous essay on the uncanny in 1919. Given Japan s many years of relative isolation, followed by its multicultural empire, these themes seem particularly ripe for exploration and exploitation by Japanese writers. Their literary adventures have taken them inside Japan as well as outside, and how they internalized the exotic through the adoption of modernist techniques and subject matter forms the primary subject of this book. The Alien Within is the first book-length thematic study in English of the alien in modern Japanese literature and helps shed new light on a number of important authors. Morton examines the Gothic, a form of writing with strong affinities to European Gothic and a motif in the fiction of several key modern Japanese writers, such as Arishima Takeo. Morton also discusses the translations of Tsubouchi Shoyo, Japan s most famous early translator of Shakespeare, and how this most alien and exotic author was absorbed into the Japanese literary and theatrical tradition. The new field of translation theory and how it relates to translating Shakespeare are also discussed. Morton devotes two chapters to the celebrated female poet Yosano Akiko, whose verse on childbirth and her unborn children broke taboos relating to the expression of the female body and sensibility. He also highlights the writing of contemporary Okinawan novelist Oshiro Tatsuhiro, whose work springs from what is for Japanese an exotic subtropical landscape and makes symbolic reference to the otherness at the heart of Japanese religiosity. Another significant but equally overlooked subject is the focus of the final chapter, which analyzes the travel writing of internationally best-selling author Murakami Haruki. Murakami s great corpus of work includes a one-volume study of the 2000 Sydney Olympics, which Morton discusses in detail. The Alien Within breaks new ground in its treatment of the exotic in modern Japanese writing and in its discussion of authors and work hitherto absent from critical discussions in English. It will be of significant interest to readers of literature and students of modern Japanese culture and women s writing as well as those fascinated by the occult, Gothic fiction, and the exotic.
Category: Literary Criticism

Aliens Haben Meine Hausaufgaben Gefressen

Author : Bruce Coville
ISBN : 9783473476800
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Seit ein defektes Mini-Raumschiff voller Aliens in Rods Zimmer notgelandet ist, steht sein Leben kopf: Er soll den Winzlingen, die sich als "Agenten der Galaktischen Patrouille" vorstellen, dabei helfen, einen berüchtigten und im ganzen Universum gefürchteten Verbrecher zu fangen. Er hält sich in Menschengestalt auf der Erde versteckt und ist kein anderer als Rods Klassenkamerad und Erzfeind Billy ...
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Hair Power

Author : Piers Anthony
ISBN : 1534919147
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Terminal cancer patient, Quiti, walks into an abandoned building planning on taking her life. Instead, she encounters a telepathic ball of hair that insists it is an alien seeking to facilitate diplomatic communication on Earth. Quiti assumes it is all a hallucination conjured up by her brain tumor. Because of this assumption, when she saves the alien's life and it insists on doing Quiti a favor in return, she only asks for her hair back. She soon discovers, however, that the creature's gift extends much further than her new locks that can change color with a thought. As her powers grow and her deadly illness goes into remission, Quiti quickly realizes that there are those that would want to use her for her abilities and is forced to leave behind everything that she knew. Will this blessing curse her to a life on the run, or does the mysterious hairball have more in store for her? Piers Anthony, critically acclaimed author of the New York Times bestselling Xanth series, brings together humor and adventure in this original story of loyalty, friendship, extraordinary powers, and hair. Dreaming Big Publications


Author : Kate Rudolph
Genre : Fiction
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Laurel Ormand doesn’t know where she is or how she got there. Her head is bandaged and half of her hair is cut off, and a kindly alien is telling her he rescued her from the intergalactic slave trade. So why does she hear screams echoing in the halls of his space ship? When she follows the sound, her world is torn apart once more and she will need to rise out of the ashes if she is going to survive and make it to freedom. Druath NaKam is a faithful soldier of the Detyen Legion. He’s been trained to endure the worst hardships his enemies throw at him, even if his life is destined to be brutally short. But nothing prepared him for torture at the hands of a sadistic scientist with a grudge against Detyens. The only thing that can keep him sane is the woman on board who might be his destiny, but the road to escape is long and treacherous. When Laurel and Dru thrust into a world on the brink of war, solving a centuries old mystery might be the key to saving Earth. But when an uncovered betrayal threatens to destroy Laurel, Dru will do anything to make her whole, no matter the personal cost. Laurel will need to find the strength to heal and Dru will need to become the warrior he was born to be if their bond is to flourish before all hope is lost. Each Detyen Warriors novel can be read as a standalone. This science fiction romance series features feisty women, alpha aliens, fated mates, and relationships hot enough to steam up your screen.
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Dreamflowering Human Alien Thriller Romance

Author : Ryan Davison
Genre : Fiction
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The alien planet offers special agent Yutaro rest and romance, until his own government's anti-matter bomb falls. Burnt-out Yutaro just wants the vacation he needs. Cushy duty, and a beautiful alien woman as his guide. Heaven. When the anti-matter bomb threatens to destroy the entire planet, Yutaro must learn her crazy-making alien language and -- even more difficult -- to love a woman for herself. In a galaxy full of aliens very -- er -- alien, the Lia fall quite close to humanoid standards. On their planet Yutaro doesn't need a spacesuit. He survives quite easily breathing its air, drinking its water, and eating its food. Even better, Lia women appear quite beautiful, especially to a hardcore alienophile such as Yutaro. He doesn't even need to take special precautions during sexual intercourse. However, the Lia language greatly concerns Yutaro's superiors. Previous explorers, who learn it as a matter of standard procedure, go insane. Therefore, his boss orders him not to learn the language. Fortunately, one alien woman speaks Cyrillish, the galactic lingua franca. A gorgeous guide, Lavita. Yutaro needs and wants nothing else. Until he receives the news via special message. During a test, an anti-matter bomb loses its hyperspace navigational signal. Instead of blowing up a lifeless planet in a remote solar system, it appears close to a planet where lives an intelligent species. It crash-lands in a wildnerness region of that planet. Lia. The missile's force field continues to keep the anti-matter suspended in a perfect vacuum. But nobody knows how much damage the crash caused, so nobody know how long before the force field malfunctions, allowing the anti-matter to touch ordinary matter -- ka boom! No Lia. His agency gives Yutaro the instructions to disarm the missile. But Yutaro must reach it himself. He must travel through a hostile rain forest the Lia themselves avoid. During the storm season. He hires porters who see no reason to risk their lives. Outlaws and powerful predators threaten. And then another human shows up -- a woman. Vardi. Yutaro knows she must represent Earth's empire -- his enemy. But how could she know about the anti-matter bomb? And would she really set it off, dying with tens of millions of Lia, and Yutaro, so his government gets punished for breaking intergalactic treaties? Sworn to silence, Yutaro lies to Lavita, not realizing to Lia, truthful speech equals life itself. To keep her on his side -- to save both their lives and millions of other Lia -- Yutaro promises to learn the Lia language. He tries to grasp the concept of a language where every word functions as a verb. And soon it begins to drive him insane. According to Lavita, it drives him toward sanity -- for the first time in his life. Can he reach and disarm the anti-matter bomb before the missile's physical condition deteriorates, the force field fails, and the anti-matter encounters ordinary matter, and therefore explodes, destroying the entire planet? An interstellar space adventure novel and space alien romance story, Dreamflowering keeps you reading on the edge of your seat. Therefore, scroll up and download Dreamflowering now.
Category: Fiction

Alien Savior

Author : Sadie Carter
ISBN : 9781386011750
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Darac Kola has lived for close to a hundred years without finding his true mate. Having grown increasingly volatile, he knows his days are numbered. To protect his friends and family, he leaves Zerconia, knowing he will never return.Then he meets Willa. His mate. The one person who could pull him back from the edge of madness.With five brothers, Willa Sanchez has spent her life trying to be one of the boys. The last thing she needs is an overprotective, bossy alien claiming her as his mate.If he thinks she’s going to give up her independence to play house for him, then he’s got the wrong girl.No cliffhanger.

Das Geschlecht Der Zukunft

Author : Edward Bulwer-Lytton
ISBN : 9788026871200
Genre : Fiction
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Dieses eBook: "Das Geschlecht der Zukunft" ist mit einem detaillierten und dynamischen Inhaltsverzeichnis versehen und wurde sorgfältig korrekturgelesen. Aus dem Buch: "So will ich denn in aller Kürze sagen, daß, als ich den Ingenieur in das Innere des Bergwerkes begleitete, ich so seltsam von dessen düsteren Wundern überrascht wurde und so großes Interesse an den Forschungen meines Freundes nahm, daß ich meinen Aufenthalt in der Gegend verlängerte und mehrere Wochen hindurch täglich in die Gewölbe und Schächte, die sowohl Kunst wie Natur unter der Erdoberfläche gebildet hatten, hinabstieg. Der Ingenieur war der festen Meinung, daß ein noch weit größerer Reichtum an Mineralien, als schon aufgefunden worden war, in einem neuen Schachte, dessen Bohrung unter seiner Leitung begonnen war, verborgen sei. " Edward Bulwer-Lytton (1803-1873) war ein englischer Romanautor und Politiker des 19. Jahrhunderts.
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