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Autumn Disintegration

Author : David Moody
ISBN : 9781429985734
Genre : Fiction
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Autumn: Disintegration is the penultimate chapter in David Moody's riveting horror series! Forty days have passed since the world died. Billions of corpses walk the Earth. Everything is disintegrating. . . . A group of eleven men and women have survived against the odds. On an almost daily basis, they attack the dead with brutal ferocity, tearing through them with utter contempt. Somewhere nearby, out of sight and out of earshot, is another group that has adopted a completely different survival strategy. Where the others have used brutality and strength, these people have demonstrated subtlety, planning, and tactics. A series of horrific events force the two groups together. Backed into a corner and surrounded by hundreds of thousands of corpses, they all know that their final battle with the dead is about to begin.
Category: Fiction

Autumn Purification

Author : David Moody
ISBN : 9780575091405
Genre : Fiction
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One day in September a virulent plague spread throughout the world, killing billions in one day. Even now the full horror of the plague is just beginning, for the dead are not just dead ... One small group of survivors is imprisoned in an underground base, trapped between the door to the outside world and the sealed entrance to the airtight cocoon where hundreds of soldiers sit and wait for rescue. On the surface the crowd of bodies is growing in size every day, drawn there by the heat and the noise of the people hiding underground beneath their rotting feet. The sheer mass of decaying flesh above begins to cause problems for the military when vents become blocked, but a mission to clear the dead starts a vicious battle between the living and the dead. And there are far more of the dead ...
Category: Fiction

The Complete Autumn

Author : David Moody
ISBN : 9781473201668
Genre : Fiction
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In less than twenty-four hours a vicious and virulent disease destroys virtually all of the population. Billions are killed. Thousands die every second. There are no symptoms and no warnings. Within moments of infection each victim suffers a violent and agonizing death. Only a handful of survivors remain. By the end of the first day those survivors wish they were dead. Then the disease strikes again, and all hell breaks loose. The dead are walking, and the living must adapt or die. Collected here are all five AUTUMN novels, charting the terrifying breakdown of society and the frantic attempts of the survivors to last one more day... Are we entering mankind's final days? In the aftermath of the disease, will the last survivors destroy each other, or will the dead destroy them all? Contains AUTUMN, AUTUMN: THE CITY, AUTUMN: PURIFICATION, AUTUMN: DISINTEGRATION and AUTUMN: AFTERMATH.
Category: Fiction

Zombie Csu

Author : Jonathan Maberry
ISBN : 9780806534619
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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When there's no more room in hell, the dead will walk the earth. . . And law enforcement is ready to take them down! Since Night of the Living Dead, zombies have been a frightening fixture on the pop culture landscape, lumbering after hapless humans, slurping up brains and veins and whatever warm, fleshy matter they can clench in their rotting limbs. But what if they were real? What would happen if, tomorrow, corpses across the nation began springing up out of their graves and terrorizing the living? Employing hard science and solid police work--not to mention jaw-dropping (literally!) humor--Zombie CSU is the only guide you need to make it through alive--not undead. At last you can: • Investigate zombie crime scenes, collecting and analyzing evidence of zombie attacks, and create a "murder book." • Examine the psychology of the zombie and develop a perp profile. • Observe medical science pros as they probe felled zombies for forensic clues. • Devise a zombie apocalypse survival scorecard and more! Complete with lists of must-see zombie flicks from around the globe and tons of tips for kicking undead butt, Zombie CSU features hundreds of interviews with real zombie experts, forensics experts, detectives, filmmakers, and more. Special guest stars: Tony Todd, Brian Keene, Patricia Tallman, David Wellington, James Gunn, Robert Kirkman, Dr. Wade Davis, Robert Sacchetto, Zombie Squad, Ramsey Campbell, Kim Paffenroth, Jamie Russell, Michael "CJ" Kelly, Bruce "Andy" Bohne, and dozens more! "Fascinating! An indispensable tool for anyone contemplating tackling a festering corpse onslaught." -- "Candid, eye-opening, cutting-edge, startling . . . the existence of zombies may not be so far-fetched after all." --Rue Morgue
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit


Author : David Moody
ISBN : 0575091444
Genre : Epidemics
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Forty days have passed since the end of the world began. Billions of people were killed in less than half a day and now the entire world is rotting. Everything is disintegrating . . . Survivors are few and far between in this deadly environment, and those who are still alive are forced to deal with a nightmare situation: the scale of the devastation is unprecedented. The shadowy landscape is swarming with the dead, their decaying bodies deteriorating day by day. Limited by their appalling physical condition, the only emotions they are able to display are anger, rage and hate and yet, remarkably, they are becoming more controlled. They are becoming self-aware, and they will defend themselves at all costs. A group of eleven men and woman have managed to survive against the odds, protected by the geography of the land and sheltering in a derelict block of flats. They have been surrounded for weeks, but they have always been in control. Until now. For the bodies are advancing. The situation is changing.
Category: Epidemics


Author : United States. Bureau of Fisheries
ISBN : UCAL:B3007278
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Author : Scott Nicholson
ISBN : 9781452489322
Genre : Fiction
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"Nobody thrills like Nicholson does. Nobody." - J.A. Konrath, the Jack Daniels series Twin brothers vie for control of a family empire built on cruelty, deception, and dark secrets--and one woman stands between them while another waits in the shadows for one of them to fall. DISINTEGRATION When a mysterious fire destroys his home and kills his young daughter, Jacob Wells is pulled into a downward spiral that draws him ever closer to the past he thought was dead and buried. Now his twin brother Joshua is back in town, seeking to settle old scores and claim his half of the Wells birthright. Jacob’s wife Renee is struggling with her own guilt, because the couple had lost an infant daughter several years before. As Jacob and Joshua return to the twisted roles they adopted at the hands of cruel, demanding parents, they wage a war of pride, wealth, and passion. They share the poisonous love of a woman who would gladly ruin them both: Carlita, a provocative and manipulative Hispanic whose immigrant family helped build the Wells fortune. Joshua wants other things, too, but Jacob’s desires are divided between the forbidden love he can’t possess, the respectability he can never have, and the revenge he is dying to taste. And Renee has dark motives of her own. If only Jacob can figure out which one of them to blame. But the lines of identity are blurred, because Joshua and Jacob share much more than blood. And the childhood games have become deadly serious. keywords: mystery ebooks, thriller, dark crime fiction, suspense, psychological horror, serial killer, double cross, Dennis Lehane, James Patterson, Lawrence Block, Gillian Flynn Gone Girl, Blake Crouch, Michael Koryta, psychothriller, family drama
Category: Fiction

China In Disintegration

Author : James E. Sheridan
ISBN : 1439119422
Genre : History
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After the 1911 fall of the Manchus came the most hideous breakdown in Chinese history. Sheridan, a Northwestern University scholar, concentrates on the Kuomintang movement of Chiang Kai-shek, insisting that we judge a political force by whether it solves the problems posed to it, not, as Chiang's partisans prefer, by means of what-if's. Sheridan's focus on the KMT brings more to light than do many surveys of Mao's revolutionaries. The KMT failed either to create an effective dictatorship or to mobilize fascist passions which could ensure willingness to "sacrifice." Thus the difficulty in squeezing enough wealth out of the peasantry to meet a foreign debt which totaled half the national revenue. The KMT did ensure that forced opium production took up at least a fifth of Chinese cropland by the 1929-1933 period, and they consolidated a soldier recruitment system that approximated Nazi roundups. However, the book underlines Chiang's failure to give the masses a ""Strength through Joy"" spirit; and, as wartime inflation of 300% gave way to postwar collapse, the anti-Communist pitch became emptier and emptier. The Kuomintang turned into a mere holding operation and faded into chaos. Sheridan gives a strong sense of the rapine of the warlords who were Chiang's off-and-on allies, and of the feeble heritage of Sun Yat-sen's patriotic platitudes. He leaves out explicit investigation of the international context while underlining, more than most writers, Chiang's commitment to repay external debt at the expense of the Chinese people. A sound and striking approach to these decades of desperation in the lives of a quarter of the human population—if not bypassed in the glut of "China books," it may encourage students and academics to go further. —Kirkus Reviews
Category: History

Wilhelm Reich Biologist

Author : James E. Strick
ISBN : 9780674286887
Genre : Science
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Wilhelm Reich’s experiments in the 1930s with cutting-edge light microscopy and time-lapse micro-cinematography were considered discredited, but not because of shoddy lab technique, as has been claimed. Scientific opposition to Reich’s experiments, James Strick argues, grew out of resistance to his unorthodox sexual theories and Marxist leanings.
Category: Science

Disintegration Of The Ussr

Author : Joseph Laurence Black
ISBN : NWU:35556026871590
Genre : Former Soviet republics
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Category: Former Soviet republics

Acta Botanica

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ISBN : UOM:39015001248908
Genre : Botany
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Category: Botany

Utopia In Power

Author : Mikhail Heller
ISBN : 0671645358
Genre : History
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The authors argue that Russia would collapse without the economic support of the West and show the ways in which the West is helping maintain the totalitarian regime
Category: History

Acta Geologica Hungarica

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ISBN : UOM:39015027734139
Genre : Geology
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Publishes original reports of studies in geology, crystallography, mineralogy, petrography, geochemistry and Paleontology.
Category: Geology

The Disintegration Of The Monolith

Author : Boris Kagarlitsky
ISBN : 0860913635
Genre : History
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In this book Boris Kagarlitsky offers a trenchant analysis of the break-up of the Soviet Union and the transformation of a section of the old nomenklatura into a new possessing and ruling elite. Kagarlitsky shows that Western commentators have been misled by the street theatre of events like the bungled coup of August 1991 into supposing that a fundamental break has been made with the confused politics and economics of the late Soviet period. He analyses the ill-considered and self-interested attempts made by the nomenklatura to privatize assets and inaugurate a free-market economy, finding an essential continuity between the plans of Gorbachev's and Yeltsin's advisers. He reveals, too, how the new Russian President has displayed a greater capacity to assert dictatorial powers than did the last General Secretary, a tendency which has brought him into repeated conflict with elected bodies. Boris Kagarlitsky is himself a Socialist member of the Moscow Soviet and one of the founders of Russia's new Party of Labour. The Disintegration of the Monolith furnishes both a memorable indictment of the greed and irresponsibility of Russia's new/old rulers and a fascinating account of the slow but unmistakeable awakening of forces of resistance as the peoples of Russia and the other states of the former Soviet Union confront the hyper-inflation, shortages, unemployment and general havoc wreaked by the free-market experiment. Kagarlitsky describes the gradual emergence of a new Russian trade unionism, but warns that popular discontent is also being exploited by nationalist demagogues, such as the leader of Russia's new Liberal Party. For those seeking to understand what has changed in Russia—and what has remained the same—The Disintegration of the Monolith is required reading.
Category: History

Scenarios Of Modernist Disintegration

Author : Timothy Schiff
ISBN : UOM:39015073912415
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This is the first comprehensive analysis of the life and work of Tryggve Andersen. Stressing that Andersen was a transitional writer, Schiff deftly shows him torn between defunct traditions of the recent past and a sterile, hopeless future. Andersen's prose fiction, according to Schiff, contains elegant, finely crafted works of art. His works are highly relevant to today's reader, for they reflect some of the most compelling characteristics of the Western experience of the last century and a half: despair, isolation, ambivalence, and equivocality. Throughout his commentary, Schiff makes it possible to understand Andersen's works in light of a broader cultural perspective. Much about Andersen which has remained shrouded in mystery comes to light here. Futhermore, Schiff offers many new insights into Andersen's themes and ideas, substantially revising previous notions about this frequently misunderstood artist's work.
Category: Literary Criticism