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Dark Recollections

Author : James Owens
ISBN : 1451245467
Genre : Fiction
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Dark Recollections

Author : Chris Philbrook
ISBN : 149356871X
Genre : Fiction
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Welcome to the Second Edition of the post apocalyptic epic. Beheading a zombie isn't easy in a world where you're more afraid of the living than the dead. Adrian Ring's simple life is thrown into chaos when the world is ripped apart by a plague of undead and legions of desperate survivors. Retreating to Auburn Lake Preparatory Academy, Adrian attempts to rescue friends and family on the way while dancing around his impending insanity over who and what he left behind, and evading maniac survivors. He saves his cat Otis, but shoots his mom. Pretty successful, all things considered. Of course, his sanity takes a hit as a result. Real, flawed, and raw, Dark Recollections is the first part of Adrian's own story of how he survived after "That Day." Told through his eyes as he talks to his laptop, affectionately named 'Mr. Journal," and through short stories that entwine with his tales that bring forth dark visions of a world being eaten alive by an unimaginable evil. Adrian's Undead Diary is an eight part epic about a solitary, guilt stricken man that didn't think he deserved to live, but realizes very soon that he survived, and suffered for a reason. Dark Recollections is the first book in the AUD series. It covers Adrian's journal entries from September 21st 2010, to December 1st, 2010. Intermingled with his personal diary entries, book one also contains the short stories Phil's Story, McGreevy's Report, and Soccer Mom. The second edition of the book contains slight revisions to the table of contents, a new foreword by the author, and some editorial revisions.
Category: Fiction

Dark Recollections Affronted Tones

Author : Cody J. Quirk
ISBN : 9781468966923
Genre : Poetry
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'Dark Recollections & Affronted Tones' is a collection of poetry and musings written by the author over the years that have been put together in this book. Much of the works contained inside are indeed very dark and surreal in nature -yet they also intrigue and inspire those of the troubled, twisted soul, and/or with a knack for the poetically macabre in literally taste that motivate and uplift in the same paradoxical sense.
Category: Poetry

The Escape Artists

Author : Neal Bascomb
ISBN : 9780544936904
Genre : History
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This “fast-paced account” of WWI airmen who escaped Germany’s most notorious POW camp is “expertly narrated” by the New York Times bestselling author (Kirkus, starred review). During World War I, Allied soldiers might avoid death only to find themselves in the abominable conditions of Germany’s many prison camps. The most infamous was Holzminden, a land-locked Alcatraz that housed the most escape-prone officers. Its commandant was a boorish tyrant named Karl Niemeyer, who swore that none should ever leave. Desperate to break out of “Hellminden”, a group of Allied prisoners hatch an audacious escape plan that requires a risky feat of engineering as well as a bevy of disguises, forged documents, and fake walls—not to mention steely resolve and total secrecy. Once beyond the watchtowers and round-the-clock patrols, they are then faced with a 150-mile dash through enemy-occupied territory toward free Holland. Drawing on never-before-seen memoirs and letters, historian Neal Bascomb “has unearthed a remarkable piece of hidden history, and told it perfectly. The story brims with adventure, suspense, daring, and heroism” (David Grann, New York Times bestselling author of Killers of the Flower Moon).
Category: History

Harper S New Monthly Magazine

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ISBN : UCBK:B000541572
Genre : American literature
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Harper's Magazine made its debut in June 1850, the brainchild of the prominent New York book-publishing firm Harper & Brothers. Harper's Magazine, the oldest general-interest monthly in America, explores the issues that drive our national conversation, through long-form narrative journalism and essays, and such celebrated features as the iconic Harper's Index. With its emphasis on fine writing and original thought Harper's provides readers with a unique perspective on politics, society, the environment, and culture.
Category: American literature

Harper S Magazine

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ISBN : CHI:43038906
Genre : American literature
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Important American periodical dating back to 1850.
Category: American literature

The Cornhill Magazine

Author : William Makepeace Thackeray
ISBN : OXFORD:555068414
Genre : Electronic journals
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Death Metal Music

Author : Natalie J. Purcell
ISBN : 0786484063
Genre : Music
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Death Metal is among the most despised forms of violently themed entertainment. Many politicians, conservative groups and typical Americans attribute youth violence and the destruction of social values to such entertainment. The usual assumptions about the Death Metal scene and its fans have rarely been challenged. This book investigates the demographic trends, attitudes, philosophical beliefs, ethical systems, and behavioral patterns within the scene, seeking to situate death metal in the larger social order. The Death Metal community proves to be a useful microcosm for much of American subculture and lends insight into the psychological and social functions of many forbidden or illicit entertainment forms. The author’s analysis, rich in interviews with rock stars, radio hosts, and average adolescent fans, provides a key to comprehending deviant tendencies in modern American culture.
Category: Music

Gettysburg Requiem

Author : Glenn W. LaFantasie
ISBN : 019803895X
Genre : History
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William C. Oates is best remembered as the Confederate officer defeated at Gettysburg's Little Round Top, losing a golden opportunity to turn the Union's flank and win the battle--and perhaps the war. Now, Glenn W. LaFantasie--bestselling author of Twilight at Little Round Top--has written a gripping biography of Oates, a narrative that reads like a novel and that reveals, for the first time, the compelling and sometimes astonishing dimensions of this remarkable individual. Oates was no moonlight-and-magnolias Southerner, as LaFantasie shows. Raised in the hard-scrabble Wiregrass Country of Alabama, he ran away from home as a teenager, roamed through Louisiana and Texas--where he took up card sharking--and finally returned to Alabama, to pull himself up by his bootstraps and become a respected attorney. During the war, he rose to the rank of colonel, served under Stonewall Jackson and Lee, was wounded six times and lost an arm. Returning home, he became wealthy investing in land and cotton, married a woman half his age, and launched a successful political career, becoming a seven-term congressman and ultimately governor. LaFantasie shows how, for Oates and many others of his generation, the war never really ended--he remained devoted to the Lost Cause, and spent the rest of his life waging the political battles of Reconstruction. Yet in one of the final acts of his political career, Oates championed the cause of suffrage for black Americans, delivering an impassioned speech at his state's constitutional convention. Here then is a richly evocative story of Southern life before, Fduring, and after the Civil War, based on first-time and exclusive access to family papers and never-before-seen archives. Finalist, Jefferson Davis Award, Museum of the Confederacy
Category: History


Author : Wilkie Collins
ISBN : STANFORD:36105013410407
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Recollections From A Crawlway

Author : Kalpana M. Naghnoor
ISBN : 9781465327055
Genre : Fiction
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About the stories Recollections From A Crawlway is a collection of the twenty-one short stories, which are the musings of the author and reflective of the Indian urban scenario. To trail A Wooden Wagon is a prize winner and published by Unisun under the aegis of The British Council. Some stories touch upon the issues of the urban woman, as she is in transition from being a mere wife to a self realized entity. In the others the characters come alive to a realism weve known. The stories are like a personal diary of a looking glass; the ponderings of people and the bizarre mind and its reflections on the inverse.
Category: Fiction

Recollections Of Samuel Breck

Author : Samuel Breck
ISBN : 9781429004350
Genre : Travel
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General Books publication date: 2009 Original publication date: 1877 Original Publisher: S. Low, Marston, Searle,
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Personal Recollections Of The Civil War

Author : James Madison Stone
ISBN : 9783849619930
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This volume does not claim to be a tactical, or strategic history of the campaigns of which it treats; it aims rather to be a narrative of the every-day life and experience of the private soldier in camp and field—how he lived, how he marched, how he fought and how he suffered. No sooner had some of the volunteers reached the front, and been subjected to the hardships and exposures of army life, than they fell sick, were sent to the hospital and were discharged without passing through any serious campaigns. Others were wounded early, were disabled and were never able to return to their regiments. The more fortunate passed sound and unscathed through battle after battle and campaign after campaign through the whole war. Three years of active campaigning and a year in the hospital was the allotment of the writer, who thus was in the service from the beginning to the end of the war. Contents: Preface Chapter I Learning To Be A Soldier Chapter II The North Carolina Campaign Chapter III In Virginia Under General Pope Chapter IV With Mcclellan In Maryland Chapter V The Fredericksburg Campaign Chapter VI Playing Soldier In Kentucky Chapter VII The Campaign In Tennessee Chapter VIII Home On A Re-Enlistment Furlough Chapter IX With Grant In Virginia Chapter X Life In The Hospital

Life Experiences Recollections Of Mary

Author : Bradley W. Kuhns, Ph.D., O.M.D.
ISBN : 0944647154
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Bradley W. Kuhns, son of Mary Basits took this wonderful ladies notes that she put on paper at the age 85 year- old. At 85-years-old she sat down and wrote approximately 200 (single-spaced pages on a Smith Corona typewriter.They were discovered after her death in 1989. So, Bradley decided to organize them as she put them down on paper (without) changing typos or grammar so as not to take away form the elderly woman's presence.

Personal Recollections

Author : Charlotte Elizabeth
ISBN : WISC:89067903773
Genre : Christian life
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Category: Christian life