STRAYS THE PRIMAL AGE CHRONICLES BOOK II

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Strays

Author : Justin Kassab
ISBN : 9781617755248
Genre : Fiction
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Praise for Foamers: "A worthy addition to the canon of postapocalyptic fiction, and like the best of such books, at its heart it's a frontier novel, brutal and exciting, celebrating individualism and self-determination." --Tim McLoughlin, author of Heart of the Old Country "When a screwed-up flu vaccine mutates much of humanity into mindless beasts, 'Trust your intelligence' becomes the leitmotif of a group of survivors. Fast-moving, violent, and vividly imagined, Foamers creates a dangerous world made disquietingly believable." --David Poyer, author of Tipping Point Part of Akashic's Kaylie Jones Books imprint. Kade and his group of survivors find out the hard way that the end of the world is more populated than they had previously assumed. When two of his friends are captured by a former National Guard detachment in DC, Kade is forced to turn to his greatest enemy for help. But help comes at a price as seeds of distrust are sown through the group, breaking some of the strongest bonds in the family dynamic and threatening to tear the group apart. With new external threats and internal jealousy--not to mention the growing pack of foamers living on the group's doorstep--the question becomes not just will anyone survive without scars, but will anyone survive at all? The page-turning sequel to the Amazon #1 best-selling thriller Foamers, Strays will leave you questioning everything you think you know about surviving in the modern world.
Category: Fiction

Foamers

Author : Justin Kassab
ISBN : 9781617753091
Genre : Fiction
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Featured Book Trailer of the Day, Shelf Awareness "While the novel addresses serious themes of life and death, survival and living, romantic love, and friendship, FOAMERS is an incredibly enjoyable, rousing read." - Loudmouthkid62 (Maura E. Lynch blog)"Foamers is a worthy addition to the canon of postapocalyptic fiction, and like the best of such books, at its heart it's a frontier novel, brutal and exciting, celebrating individualism and self-determination. It's also a hell of a lot of fun." - Tim McLoughlin, author of Heart of the Old Country "When a screwed-up flu vaccine mutates much of humanity into mindless beasts, 'Trust your intelligence' becomes the leitmotif of a group of survivors. Fast-moving, violent, and vividly imagined, Foamers creates a dangerous world made disquietingly believable." - David Poyer, author of Stepfather Bank and The Cruiser "It's as if The Stand had a head-on bus collision with Night of the Living Dead. I want to look away, but I can't stop reading." - John Koloski, author of Bloodblind, book #1 of the Empyres trilogyTerminally diagnosed with Huntington's disease as a child, Kade coped by preparing for the Primal Age. Now in his twenties, a faulty vaccine has turned the population into bloodthirsty monsters called foamers. His group of survivors find themselves constantly caught between foamers and a warmongering paramilitary unit, forcing the group to redefine humanity in a world without law.
Category: Fiction

Angel Of The Underground

Author : David Andreas
ISBN : 9781617756368
Genre : Fiction
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"David Andreas's debut novella, Angel of the Underground, will remind many horror fans of Stephen King's first published novel, Carrie...Andreas's tight and tense horror tale is a spellbinding and clever debut. He also has more on his mind than merely a straightforward thriller. His smart, sympathetic and engaging teen heroine grapples with the Catholic faith that has sustained her for so many years but now seems to have abandoned her. Proving good things come in small packages (the novel is just 165 pages), Angel of the Underground is a tight and thoughtful thriller, and a stellar introduction to a fresh new voice." --Shelf Awareness "Debuting author Andreas layers a sense of foreboding with spats of violence to create a sinister and atmospheric story that will appeal to horror fans." --Booklist "Horror fans will love David Andreas's Angel of the Underground. With an intelligent teen heroine and a thrilling story that twists the Catholic faith and the dark reality of human nature, this story is truly a masterpiece you won't be able to put down!" --My Shelf "Angel of the Underground by David Andreas is a fun romp through a derelict doll factory...It is character heavy with just the right amount of suspense and gore to make it a horror purists dream...It is perfect for a vacation from reality without being trite or overly complicated...I strongly recommend it." --Signal Horizons "David Andreas was a super-talented contributor to Fangoria during its glory gory days. His fiction debut bodes well for readers of unique and scary horror." --Tony Timpone, former editor, Fangoria magazine When three children in a Catholic group home are brutally murdered, the survivors are hurried into separate foster homes across Long Island. Robin Hills, a fifteen-year-old who has spent the past several years under religious care, is thrust into a new, dysfunctional family with no spiritual beliefs. No longer protected by the religion and the nun she had come to love, Robin is completely alone and enveloped in fear. As the murders continue and Robin fears she may become the next victim, her faith increasingly falters. However, she finds solace in a budding friendship with Dennis, a boy her age living in her new foster home. Dennis’s kindness, his acceptance of Robin, and his bravery in the face of evil—born of his passion for horror movies—combine to reassure her that she'll survive the killings. Armed with this new friendship and fueled by a rage she finally discovers within herself, Robin finds the courage and self-reliance to confront the darkest aspects of human depravity.
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Goblin Secrets

Author : William Alexander
ISBN : 9781442427273
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Hoping to find his lost brother, Rownie escapes the home of the witch Graba and joins a troupe of goblins who perform in Zombay, a city where humans are forbidden to wear masks and act in plays. A National Book Award finalist.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Primal Needs

Author : Susan Sizemore
ISBN : 1416562249
Genre : Fiction
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In New York Times bestselling author Susan Sizemore's sizzling new novel, a warrior werewolf and a beautiful vampire discover a passion that breaks every rule.... Sidonie Wolf never wanted the traditional life of a female vampire -- with her favors fought over by powerful Prime males -- but she must accept her duty to her kind, even if she's already given her heart to a werewolf she can never have. Erasing Joe Bleythin's memories of their blistering affair was necessary to keep him safe, but he sees her betrayal as unforgivable. So Sid's new assignment to work with Joe to track down supernatural terrorists is sheer torture...a shockingly delicious torture. Joe can't believe his new role with an elite military team known as the Dark Angels has drawn him into an uneasy alliance with the woman who deceived him. Ignoring Sid, even hating her, should be easy. Instead, he wants her more fiercely than ever. Now, partnered with Sid on a dangerous mission, he'll discover just how deep desire can be -- and just how far he'll go to keep her....
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Germinal

Author : Emile Zola
ISBN : 9781603846677
Genre : Fiction
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Coal mines have become rare, but the miners of Germinal are immortal. This new edition of the novel, with a translation by Raymond MacKenzie, is an exquisite tribute to their work, their misery and their eventual revolt. In his introduction, David Baguley--one of the most respected authorities on the work of Zola--brilliantly illuminates the genetic, historical and aesthetic aspects of the novel. His lucid, sensitive and critical gaze highlights the real secrets of the work: its underlying anthropological and social investigation, the dark power of the tragic imagination and the brightness of symbolic and mythic intuitions. --Henri Mitterand, Professor Emeritus, Columbia University
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Laika

Author : Nick Abadzis
ISBN : 1596431016
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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Blending fact and fiction, the amazing story of an abandoned puppy from Moscow who grew to be a Russian space program pioneer as Earth's first space traveler is presented in comic-style illustrations. Original.
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Metamorphoses

Author : Ovid
ISBN : 9781787240186
Genre : Philosophy
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The Metamorphoses consists of fifteen books and over 250 myths. The poem chronicles the history of the world from its creation to the deification of Julius Caesar within a loose mythico-historical framework.
Category: Philosophy

Raising Boys By Design

Author : Gregory L. Jantz
ISBN : 9780307731685
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Combines the latest research in brain science with wisdom from the Bible to offer strategies for raising a son of faith and helping him succeed in school, develop a strong character, and nurture compassion and empathy.
Category: Family & Relationships

Sex At Dawn

Author : Christopher Ryan
ISBN : 9780061707810
Genre : Social Science
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In this controversial, thought-provoking, and brilliant book, renegade thinkers Christopher Ryan and Cacilda JethÁ debunk almost everything we “know” about sex, weaving together convergent, frequently overlooked evidence from anthropology, archaeology, primatology, anatomy, and psychosexuality to show how far from human nature monogamy really is. In Sex at Dawn, the authors expose the ancient roots of human sexuality while pointing toward a more optimistic future illuminated by our innate capacities for love, cooperation, and generosity.
Category: Social Science