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How to Survive the Afterlife: Books 1-3
Spieldauer: 32 Std. und 13 Min.
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All books in How to Survive the Afterlife in one box set for the first time. If you love the humor of Pratchett/Douglas Adams, the darkness of Stephen King, and the surrealism of Terry Gilliam, then this is must-listen. Includes: The Limpet Syndrome, Soul Catchers, Dead Ends, and the companion book Existential Crisis.
An Apocalyptic Horror Novel (Hell on Earth, Book 6)
Iain Rob Wright
Spieldauer: 11 Std. und 33 Min.
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After mankind's previous victories at Portsmouth and Kielder, things begin to look hopeful, but unknown to the last human survivors is that they are about to face their worst enemy yet. Crimolok has arrived, and soon, there'll be nothing left. This is the final fight between Hell and Earth - the last battle between light and dark.
Mankind is fighting back. The demons have become less aggressive and confused, but that doesn't mean the war is anywhere close to over. New threats are arriving, and old foes are rallying. Soon, the final battle for mankind's survival will begin.
All 26 fiendish tales from the best-selling series, A-Z of Horror, by Iain Rob Wright. From neighbourhood yetis to military robots, this terrifying collection has it all and will leave you sleeping with the lights on!
Christie Tucci’s Ascension Day went better than expected. Her letter reveals that the Circuit have selected Jake Montana as her life partner. Now all she has to do is find him, and not even the Memory Hunters where he is. Which isn’t a surprise, because Jake has achieved what few people ever have. He’s no longer connected to the Memory Cloud and not even the Circuit can locate him.
Jake Montana waits for the letter every 18-year-old receives on their birthday. It’s the one from the Circuit. It’s the one that determines the rest of your life. Your life partner, job, home, and crucially, your importance factor are all selected for you. In the year 2054 your "importance factor" is everything, but it’s not random. It’s based on a detailed assessment of every thought, emotion, and memory you’ve ever stored in your Memory Cloud since the first day you received the implants. Your fate, the Circuit insists, is always yours.
The only location for millions of souls is Limbo, an ever expanding sphere of metal no longer deep under the Swiss mountains. Death itself is on hold and something must be done to stop the tide and avoid the final endgame. John Hewson will yet again be drawn in to the battle to save humanity. It's third on his to do list behind finding the other parts of his soul and removing an ever increasingly paranoid pigeon.
As the demons gather to debate John’s disappearance the scattered parts of his soul plan revenge on those responsible. All that stands between him and success is his newly acquired Tourette’s Syndrome and an increasing list of pursuers. Demons, Satan, shadow souls and a gang of deceased murderous dictators all want a piece of him. Fortunately there’s plenty to go around. Meanwhile the pigeon, Sandy Logan, contemplates his unfulfilled ambitions. What if he ruled Hell? All he needs is an army and a plan to spark revolution.
John's dead...but his biggest challenges have only just begun. Hell has a problem. Two actually. The souls of Sandy Logan and Ian (Cher) Noble are missing and the fate of the Universe is at stake. John's deal to regain his life sounds easy. Until he discovers Sandy and Ian have both been reincarnated as pigeons and could be anywhere on Earth. What's more they died trying to stop the Prime Minister unleashing Emorfed on the unsuspecting public, a substance designed to remove human emotions.
This isn't the first time Lucas Fergus has woken up next to the bins outside a bar, but it is the first time he's done so with no memory of the days before. Something bad has happened, but he has no idea what. And things keep getting worse. With a sudden and unexpected change coming over him, Lucas finds himself trapped inside an old english pub with a group of people he doesn't much like. But messing with Lucas is a bad idea, for there is more to him than meets the eye. Soon there will be Hell to pay.
The Vampire Hunter hunts down vampires looking to take down the city of London. He uses a variety of gadgets to navigate through the tops of buildings to the underground. Can he stop the vamps before they unleash their debacle plan to destroy the city?
"Verification of philosophical claims by experiment." That is the business of the Time Travelling Experimental Philosophy Unit. However, scatty-minded member Sue accidentally copies and pastes a "JIM" from 2014 Edinburgh to 1914, along with 36 clones. Lacking the resources to get Jim home, Sue tries to impress her superiors by engaging Tam, a local working man, to help with her research. Unfortunately her antics in an Edinburgh pub result in a police raid from which Sue, Tam, and Jim escape aided by two political desperados with a gun.