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They Twinkled Like Jewels

Author : Philip Jose Farmer
ISBN : 9781627939966
Genre : Fiction
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Hunger and sleepless nights had knobbed his cheekbones and honed his chin to a sharp point. An almost visible air clung to him, a hot aura that seemed to result from veins full of lava and eyeballs spilling out a heat that could not be held within him. He had the face every transie had, the face of a man who was either burning with fever or who had seen a vision.
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They Twinkled Like Jewels

Author : Jose Philip Farmer
ISBN : 1515426084
Genre : Fiction
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Hunger and sleepless nights had knobbed his cheekbones and honed his chin to a sharp point. An almost visible air clung to him, a hot aura that seemed to result from veins full of lava and eyeballs spilling out a heat that could not be held within him. He had the face every transie had, the face of a man who was either burning with fever or who had seen a vision.
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No Daddy Don T A Father S Murderous Act Of Revenge

Author : Irene Pence
ISBN : 9780786024476
Genre : True Crime
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Recounts the tragic story of husband John Battaglia and his violent behavior against second wife Mary Jean Pearle, which culminated in the death of their two children in the spring of 2001.
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Beneath A Thousand Apple Trees

Author : Janie DeVos
ISBN : 9781601836816
Genre : Fiction
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As the 20th century dawns, the world is transformed in dizzying ways. But nestled in North Carolina’s Blue Ridge Mountains is a place, and a family, out of time—where one young girl will grow to face the challenges of each generation before her—and discover whether she has the strength to overcome them… The eldest surviving daughter of Anna Guinn, Rachel rarely ventures far from her home in the Appalachians, aside from an occasional trip into town to trade a penny for a peppermint stick. Sometimes she yearns for more, but as much as she fears her mother’s unstable mind, she is anchored by the strength of her grandmother, Willa. Freed from an abusive marriage, Willa holds the family together through hardship, all the while fulfilling her role as keeper of her neighbors’ carefully guarded secrets—the most painful of which may be her own. In this isolated, eccentric world where people depend on moonshine to put food on the table, hang talismans to chase away ghosts—and tragedy can strike as suddenly as a coiled copperhead—Rachel wonders what life has in store. Most of all, she worries whether she and her sister have inherited the darkness that lurks inside their mother. Her one respite is the town’s apple orchard, the ally she finds there—and the revelation that she can take her destiny into her own hands, decide what to leave behind—and what is truly worth carrying into the future…
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Author : Mick Farren
ISBN : 0765342162
Genre : Fiction
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The paranormal branch of the National Security Agency enlists the aid of Victor Requist, master of the Nosferatu colony, along with NSA operative Jack Coulson, and Thyme Bridewell, a failed NSA brain-control experiment, to seek out survivors of Hitler's Third Reich, who have set up a secret base in Antarctica with the their allies, the Dhrakuh, an ancient race of sentient reptiles. Reprint.
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Science Fiction Super Pack 1

Author : K Dick Philip
ISBN : 1627550917
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42 of the greatest Science Fiction stories ever written many in book form for the very first time. More than eight hundred pages. A World of Talent by Philip K. Dick Aristotle and the Gun by L. Sprague De Camp Tomb Tapper by James Blish They Twinkled like Jewels by Philip Jose Farmer The Question by Gordon R. Dickson Dawn of Flame by Stanley G. Weinbaum Don't Jump by Warren Lapine Dodkin's Job by Jack Vance Evolution Island by Edmond Hamilton The Long Way Home by Fred Saberhagen McNamara's Fish by Ron Goulart Lighter than You Think by Nelson Bond Jerry Is a Man by Robert A. Heinlein Unhuman Sacrifice by Katherine MacLean In Clouds of Glory by Algis Budrys The Perfect Host by Theodore Sturgeon The Big Front Yard by Clifford D. Simak The Greater Thing by Tom Godwin That Share of Glory by C. M. Kornbluth Stardust by Chad Oliver Man Down by Jack Williamson Travel Diary by Alfred Bester Project Hush by William Tenn Journeys End by Poul Anderson Letter from the Stars by A. E. Van Vogt The Last Question by Isaac Asimov Earth, Air, Fire and Water by Robert Sheckley Gorgono and Slith- by Ray Bradbury The Garden in the Forest by Robert F. Young Lost Paradise by C. L. Moore Gun for Hire by Mack Reynolds The Answer by H. Beam Piper Pythias by Frederik Pohl Arm of the Law by Harry Harrison The Good Neighbors by Edgar Pangborn Idiot Stick by Damon Knight The Intruder by Emil Petaja The Six Fingers of Time by R. A. Lafferty An Ounce of Cure by Alan Edward Nourse Mousetrap by Andre Norton The Hoofer by Walter M. Miller, Jr. The Silence Game by Fritz Leiber The Stellar Legion by Leigh Brackett

Eat Only When You Re Hungry

Author : Lindsay Hunter
ISBN : 9780374715991
Genre : Fiction
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One of Nylon and Chicago Reader's "Books We Can't Wait To Read In 2017," and one of Buzzfeed and Vulture's Best Books to Read This Summer A father searches for his addict son while grappling with his own choices as a parent (and as a user of sorts) Achingly funny and full of feeling, Eat Only When You’re Hungry follows fifty-eight-year-old Greg as he searches for his son, GJ, an addict who has been missing for three weeks. Greg is bored, demoralized, obese, and as dubious of GJ’s desire to be found as he is of his own motivation to go looking. Almost on a whim, Greg embarks on a road trip to central Florida—a noble search for his son, or so he tells himself. Greg takes us on a tour of highway and roadside, of Taco Bell, KFC, gas-station Slurpees, sticky strip-club floors, pooling sweat, candy wrappers and crumpled panes of cellophane and wrinkled plastic bags tumbling along the interstate. This is the America Greg knows, one he feels closer to than to his youthful idealism, closer even than to his younger second wife. As his journey continues, through drive-thru windows and into the living rooms of his alluring ex-wife and his distant, curmudgeonly father, Greg’s urgent search for GJ slowly recedes into the background, replaced with a painstaking, illuminating, and unavoidable look at Greg’s own mistakes—as a father, as a husband, and as a man. Brimming with the same visceral regret and joy that leak from the fast food Greg inhales, Eat Only When You’re Hungry is a wild and biting study of addiction, perseverance, and the insurmountable struggle to change. With America’s desolate underbelly serving as her guide, Lindsay Hunter elicits a singular type of sympathy for her characters, using them to challenge our preconceived notions about addiction and to explore the innumerable ways we fail ourselves.
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Portable Childhoods

Author : Ellen Klages
ISBN : 9781616960988
Genre : Fiction
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Portable Childhoods offers a tantalizing glimpse of what lies hidden just beyond the ordinary. Described by reviewers as timeless, delightful, chilling, and beautiful, this is short fiction at its best, emerging from a distinctive, powerful voice. The collection includes the Nebula Award–winning novelette “Basement Magic.”
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Someone To Love

Author : Ruchita Misra
ISBN : 9789352641642
Genre : Fiction
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Koyal and Atharv are best friends, and it's obvious that they're destined for each other. But somehow, they don't seem to know it just yet. They grow closer and closer together, turning to each other for everything. But fate intervenes, and Koyal finds herself trapped in a damaging relationship that hacks away at every inch of self-respect she possess, while Atharv moves away and carves a life for himself with someone else. Many, many years later, when their paths cross once again, will their destinies be interlinked at last? Or have they already lost their chance to find someone to love? From the bestselling author Ruchita Misra, here is another moving story of learning to love all over again.
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Rastignac The Devil

Author : Philip José Farmer
ISBN : 9781528781886
Genre : Fiction
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This is a classic science fiction short story by Philip José Farmer. Set three centuries in the future around a far off star, there live humans and two other sentient hominids, the reptiles and the amphibians. All three life forms wear living cloaks, known as skins. These skins allow them to communicate with each other via telepathy, and provide them with empathy and a conscience – one which gives them electric shocks should they step out of line. Rastignac takes exception to the skins and embarks on a mission to overthrow them. This work is part of our Vintage Sci-Fi Classics Series, a series in which we are republishing some of the best stories in the genre by some of its most acclaimed authors, such as Isaac Asimov, Harry Harrison, and Robert Sheckley. Each publication is complete with a short introduction to the history of science fiction.
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