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Defiance Doness

Author : Julian Hill
ISBN : 1537769200
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Two tales of murder, vengeance and crime unfold in distinct settings. Defiance tells the story of an urban don while Doness is more classic gangster fiction with a twist.Doness features Felicia who lost her father at a young age. Her father was connected to organized crime. It's a life that she never knew until she became 18 years old. At that time, her father's journals are bequeathed to her. Along with them come a family friend who discloses and advises Felicia on the next steps to take to avenge her father's death.Defiance features Pogo as head of the Enterprise or Committee, a secret underworld organization operating in drugs, contract murder, prostitution and legitimate activities. They began in their teens. They developed and expanded operations throughout their adult years. Competition wants the Enterprise shut down. Shocking events lead Pogo and his crew to plan differently from this point forward.
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Ness

Author : Robert Macfarlane
ISBN : 9780241396575
Genre : Fiction
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Eerie, unsettling and hauntingly beautiful - a new collaboration from the bestselling creators of Holloway 'Ness goes beyond what we expect books to do. Beyond poetry, beyond the word, beyond the bomb -- it is an aftertime song. It is dark, ever so dark, nimble and lethal. It is a triumphant libretto of mythic modernism for our poisoned age. Ness is something else, and feels like it always has been' Max Porter, Booker-longlisted author of Lanny and Grief is the Thing with Feathers Somewhere on a salt-and-shingle island, inside a ruined concrete structure known as The Green Chapel, a figure called The Armourer is leading a ritual with terrible intent. But something is coming to stop him. Five more-than-human forms are traversing land, sea and time towards The Green Chapel, moving to the point where they will converge and become Ness. Ness has lichen skin and willow-bones. Ness is made of tidal drift, green moss and deep time. Ness has hagstones for eyes and speaks only in birds. And Ness has come to take this island back. What happens when land comes to life? What would it take for land to need to come to life? Using word and image, Robert Macfarlane and Stanley Donwood have together made a minor modern myth. Part-novella, part-prose-poem, part-mystery play, in Ness their skills combine to dazzling, troubling effect. Robert Macfarlane is the author of The Lost Words with Jackie Morris, The Old Ways and Underland, among other books. Stanley Donwood is an artist and the author of Slowly Downward and Household Worms. His next books are There Will Be No Quiet and Bad Island.
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