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The Invisibles Book Two

Author : Grant Morrison
ISBN : 1401274811
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One of Grant Morrison's most controversial, trippiest and abstract comic books ever is back in a recut paperback series! This volume focuses on Lord Fanny's past as a prostitute in Brazil, while King Mob leads the other Invisibles in a search for the missing Jack Frost. Then, King Mov is captured by his enemies and tortured mercilessly, while his past as a mod super-agent is revealed. Illustrated by a host of comics' greatest artists, New York Times best-selling author Grant Morrison's groundbreaking saga of spiritual engineering and psychocognitive hacking is back in THE INVISIBLES BOOK TWO! Collects THE INVISIBLES #13-25.

The Invisibles Book Two Deluxe Edition

Author : Grant Morrison
ISBN : 9781401254520
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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One of Grant Morrison's most controversial, trippiest and abstract comic books ever is back. This volume focuses Lord Fanny's past as a prostitute in Brazil, while King Mob leads the other Invisibles in a search for the missing Jack Frost. Then, King Mov is captured by his enemies and tortured mercilessly, while his past as a mod super-agent is revealed. Collects THE INVISIBLES #13-25 and a story from VERTIGO: WINTER'S EDGE #1.
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

The Invisible Order Book Two The Fire King

Author : Paul Crilley
ISBN : 9781606842799
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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With humans threatened by otherworldly creatures, orphans Emily and William Snow, and their friends—the pickpocket Spring-Heeled Jack and the wisecracking Corrigan—find themselves two hundred years in the past, trapped in the London of 1666. Desperately in need of help, they go in search of Sir Christopher Wren, who was head of the Invisible Order, an organization dedicated to fighting this threat. But Wren’s never even heard of the Order and has no interest in their story. Stranded, the four cannot agree on their next step. But they’ll have to decide quickly, because their enemies are on the move and the Fire King is ready to attack and burn London to the ground. Set against the Great Fire of London, The Invisible Order, Book Two: The Fire King picks up right where Rise of the Darklings left off, weaving adventure, history, and legend into a thrilling, heart-stopping story.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Trapped In A Video Game Book 2

Author : Dustin Brady
ISBN : 1449494897
Genre : Adventure stories
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When Mark is sucked into the game "Go Wild", he becomes invisible which makes it that much harder for Jesse to find him.
Category: Adventure stories

Invisible Power Book Two

Author : Mary Buckham
ISBN : 1939210119
Genre : Warlocks
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If she wins he'll lose his freedom. If he wins she'll watch her brother die. Sworn enemies and former lovers must hunt the same enemy with different agendas. Alex Noziak, part-witch; part-shaman must save her brother before warlock Bran eliminates the only man who knows where her brother is hidden. The IR Agency's new recruits, each with unique if untested abilities, are brought deeper into the world of the preternaturals as their governing body, the Council of 7, is caught in a dangerous and vicious feud between Weres and Shifters. But when Alex has a chance to save her brother and capture the Weres who held him hostage disaster happens.
Category: Warlocks

The Japanese Trilogy Book 2 The Invisible Manhunt

Author : Mike Wells
Genre : Fiction
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When Giorgio Cattoretti enlists the help of Elaine Brogan to track down the international serial killer he unknowingly let loose on the world, Elaine reluctantly agrees. She believes that the deranged murderer knows the location of The Factory, the illegal passport production facility that she’s been after for months. When Elaine and Luna Faye ask to be put in charge of the case, they’re forced to cooperate with a team of competing foreign crime specialists who, above all else, must not learn the killer’s true identity. Elaine’s relentless pursuit takes her from Lyon, France, to Kiev, Ukraine, to Budapest Hungary, to Dubai, UAE, and finally, to Barcelona, Spain. Join Elaine, Luna and The Cat on another fast-paced, high-stakes Lust, Money & Murder adventure!
Category: Fiction

Animal Man By Grant Morrison Book Two Deluxe Edition

Author : Grant Morrison
ISBN : 1779505507
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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One of legendary comics writer Grant Morrison's earliest works took a forgotten, almost laughable DC Comics hero, Animal Man, and reimagined him in a stunning, postmodern series chronicling his bizarre adventures as a second-rate superhero struggling with real-life issues and moral dilemmas. From one of the greatest storytellers of his generation, Grant Morrison's Animal Man took a forgotten DC Comics character and reimagined him in a groundbreaking, postmodern series that redefined what was possible in superhero comics. Buddy Baker, a.k.a. "the Man with Animal Powers," is a second-rate superhero, devoted father, and animal activist. There isn't much money in the hero game, and with a wife and kids to support, Buddy soon finds himself torn between trying to make a living through traditional super-heroics and getting more deeply involved in the questionably legal world of animal rights activism. But in today's world with real-life issues, who really needs Animal Man's protection? Is it humankind or the animals? Or is it Buddy himself? Collects Animal Man #14-26.
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

The Invisible Threshold

Author : Gabriel Marcel
ISBN : 1587313898
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French philosopher and dramatist, Gabriel Marcel (1888-1973), who belonged to the movement of French existentialism, is one of the most insightful thinkers of the twentieth century. Unlike some of his contemporaries who took existentialism in an atheistic, even nihilistic, direction, Marcel approaches human existence from a theistic perspective, and gives priority to the themes of hope, fidelity and faith in the human search for meaning in a challenging world. Author of seventeen major works of philosophy, Marcel also wrote more than thirty plays, including tragedies and comedies, many of which were staged in theaters in Paris, Germany, Belgium, England, Ireland and the United States. Marcel regarded dramatic art as having priority in both a chronological and an intellectual sense. His plays deal with challenging experiences and issues of contention that arise between people, especially families, in day-to-day life. Describing his own style as "post-Ibsen," because it involves a sense of realism, depictions of passion and sincerity, and a sense of moral duty, Marcel''s plays rarely provide complete or settled answers to the difficulties they confront, but suggest possibilities both of interpretation and with regard to the choices on life''s journey. One of his aims is to allow audiences (and readers) not only to arrive at their own conclusions, but to feel the echo of the dramatic action in their own lives, and so provoke both insight and critical reflection on the dramas of existence. The plays in this new volume were written early in his career, and were published together under the title Le Seuil invisible (The Invisible Threshold) in 1913. The first play, Grace, explores the theme of religious conversion. The drama depicts a crisis between characters of genuine depth and sincerity, who are struggling with different interpretations of shared experiences. After a serious illness, Gerard, one of the main protagonists, undergoes a religious conversion, an experience which allows of two different and irreconcilable interpretations. The first is the interpretation of the scientific materialist; the second regards Gerard''s illness not as a cause but as an occasion to exercise the subject''s creative freedom. The play also raises the question of grace: the role that God may play in the choice of faith. Marcel asks us to consider the sincerity of our choices, and those attitudes and temptations that play a role in our motivations, in a profound dramatization of the experience of the religious as it emerges through challenging life situations. Similar themes are addressed but developed differently in the second play, The Sandcastle. Through the character of Moirans, this drama explores the confrontation between one''s beliefs and their consequences when faced with challenging family and social circumstances. The play asks us to think about what happens when our beliefs and theories, especially about religion, morality and politics, come up against situations in life that can test them. Marcel raises issues of moral character, commitment and sincerity, and introduces the role doubt plays in the way we form and hold our convictions. The springboard for the unfolding of the drama is Moirans'' egotism, and his growing realization of the difference between accepting Christianity in an intellectual and cultural sense, and a Christianity that is lived. This predicament then provokes his daughter, Clarisse, into some profound soul-searching of her own. Drama of this profundity offers audiences and readers a mirror that reflects their own problems, which leads to further awareness and understanding. Marcel''s dramatic works deal with the difficulties in acknowledging many of life''s most profound experiences, in reacting to them in an authentic way, and often illustrates our failures with regard to them. One of the major themes of both his dramatic and philosophical work is that life''s most profound, fulfilling experiences are being compromised more than ever in what he describes as the modern, broken world (le monde cassé), one unfortunately characterized by alienation, loss of meaning and feelings of despair. These new plays of Marcel''s, here translated into English for the first time, will appeal to all who are interested in the role of grace in everyday life, in the influence of culture on belief, the relationship between faith and reason, the choice of faith in a secular world, and the struggle between inauthentic and authentic existence. Marcel raises profound questions about these and related topics, but does not offer final answers. In his plays, he leaves that to us.

The Invisible War

Author : Ailsa Wild
ISBN : 9781541545281
Genre : Young Adult Fiction
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Originally published: Collingwood, Victoria, Australia: Scale Free Network, 2016.
Category: Young Adult Fiction