Auf dem Campus des Cathedral College in Oxford herrscht pures Grauen: Riesenhafte Tentakeln schießen aus dem Erdboden und reißen eine Studentin in den Abgrund. Als Miss Julia den Trainees von dem Vorfall berichtet, ist vor allem Staysy schockiert. Schließlich hat sie jahrelang selbst am Cathedral College studiert. Gemeinsam mit Jack, Hassan und Sachiko will sie herausfinden, was in der schrecklichen Nacht wirklich passiert ist. Sie hofft dabei auf die Hilfe ihres ehemaligen Professors.
Die Trainees der Sinclair Academy kämpfen gegen eine Horde Zombies, die auf Londons Friedhöfen ihr Unwesen treibt. Eigentlich genug Arbeit für die jungen Geisterjäger. Doch dann wird auch noch Staysys Mutter, die Voodoopriesterin Ezili Cole, aus ihrer Wohnung entführt. Ein längst vergessener Feind ist nach London gekommen, um Rache an Ezili Cole zu nehmen für das, was sie ihm vor Jahrzehnten angetan hat. Und er ist mächtiger als jemals zuvor.
Eine Geisterfrau mit einer abstoßenden Fratze treibt in den Docklands von London ihr Unwesen. Als der Geist einem kleinen Mädchen mit einer Schere das Gesicht zerschneidet, werden die Trainees der Academy gerufen. Sachiko reißt den Fall an sich, will ihn auf eigene Faust lösen und verweigert die Hilfe der anderen Geisterjäger. Doch Jack lässt sich nicht so einfach abwimmeln. Weiß Sachiko mehr über die Vorfälle als sie zugeben möchte?
London wird von einer Selbstmordserie erschüttert. Junge Frauen und Männer stürzen sich von den höchsten Gebäuden der Stadt. Aber springen sie wirklich freiwillig in den Tod? Oder sind hier dämonische Mächte am Werk? Die Trainees der Sinclair Academy suchen nach paranormalen Spuren und entdecken eine Gemeinsamkeit: Alle Selbstmörder haben regelmäßig an den Treffen einer spirituellen Selbsthilfegruppe teilgenommen. Hassan schleicht sich als verdeckter Ermittler dort ein.
Join Dr. David Black, Associate Professor of Preventive Medicine and Founding Director of the American Mindfulness Research Association, discuss the research and practice of mindfulness meditation with leading experts in the field. He sets out to uncover the clinical utility of mindfulness practice, explore its use among diverse populations, review the novelty of new research methods applied in the field, and expand its investigation across scientific disciplines.
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Our hosts they take a critical look at the church's weekly bible readings, getting at a fresh understanding through humour, irreverence and honest conversation.The short bible passages that are read each week in churches throughout the world can be puzzling to understand, as they are only parts of the overall text and the links between the different readings are not always clear. Listen in to our group of hosts each week to hear different perspectives and tough questions. Some of our hosts are trained in understanding the bible and some are doing their best to understand for themselves. All ...
The Well-Grounded Rubyist, Second Edition addresses both newcomers to Ruby, as well as Ruby programmers who want to deepen their understanding of the language. A creative tutorial that begins with your first Ruby program and goes on to explore sophisticated topics like callable objects, reflection, and threading, the book concentrates on the language, preparing you to use Ruby in any way you choose.
Like all young men of a certain age, Harry Gilmour had his own notion of how a naval battle should be. This wasn't it. Norway, 1940: Sub Lieutenant Harry Gilmour's first encounter with battleship action is not the adventure he had hoped for. Faced with a thankless task and ill equipped to handle it, Gilmour's inexperience leads to a damning allegation. His future hangs in the balance.
The year is 1944, and Lieutenant Harry Gilmour is recovering in Beirut from an ill-fated British campaign to seize the Greek Islands. After four years at sea, he is expecting a shore job as his next appointment. Instead, a flash signal from C-in-C Mediterranean arrives: Report to Alexandria and assume command of HM Submarine Saraband. His new command has just arrived there en route to the Indian Ocean and the war against Japan. With a sullen, uncooperative crew, Harry must navigate Japanese convoy routes through the shallow, treacherous waters of the Malay Archipelago.
Ian Stuart Black, David Ellis, Malcolm Hulke, und andere
Anneke Wills, Frazer Hines, Patrick Troughton, und andere
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Absent from the TV archives, these stories survive in their entirety only as soundtrack recordings. Now remastered, with additional linking narration, you can enjoy them again: plus bonus interviews with Anneke Wills and Frazer Hines.
You’ve read the books. You’ve seen the films. Now get inside the heads of your favorite Twilight characters (just like Edward can!) in The Psychology of Twilight. Explore the minds and motives of Bella, Edward, Jacob, and more with a deeper look at the series that’s captured the hearts and psyches of millions. Find out: How Edward and Jacob match up in an evolutionary psychology smackdown for Bella’s and our affection. Whether Bella’s motorcycle-riding and cliff diving in New Moon are suicidal or her salvation. Why vampires and werewolves aren’t so different after all (at least psychologically)The emotional appeal of love stories like Bella and Edward’s. Why being a part of Twilight fandom is good for your psychological health. Snuggle up on the closest chaise, and get ready to revisit the Twilight Saga with some professional help.
As 1941 draws to a close, brave young men are fighting for freedom in countries across the globe. But for Sub-Lieutenant Harry Gilmour, washed up in neutral Spain alongside 'interned belligerents' from both sides of the war, hostilities have come to a pause. Before long, his unlikely comrades must once again become his enemies, and he is back at the frontline of the battle for the Mediterranean.
Stanley is a typical high school student trying to find his way through the hierarchy of study and popularity. Nobody wants to spend time with him, and even his crush turned him down nine times. He spends most of his time alone in the house, cursing his mother and blaming her for driving his father away. He has a preoccupation with all things horror, and his love goes beyond just watching the movies; he wants to be the star of the show.
Spring, 1941. France has fallen but the Free French naval forces are in no mood to surrender. Royal Navy Sub-Lieutenant Harry Gilmour is also ready for action, despite the horrors of his first taste of submarine warfare. When he is appointed as British Navy Liaison Officer aboard the Free French submarine Radegonde, he finds it anarchic, disorientating - and very French. Within its claustrophobic confines, suspicion and misunderstanding are rife.
See You at the Bar offers the sights, sounds, and smells of life aboard a fighting submarine in the second world war and how war brings into focus the true nature of humanity, both as individuals and as a collective.
It is 1942. Lt. Harry Gilmour has already made a name for himself in the Royal Navy submarine service. He has risked his life to save a fellow seaman after his first boat, HMS Pelorus is rammed and sunk in the North Sea. He’s played a leading role in HMS Trebuchet’s epic foray into a fjord in the then-neutral Soviet Union to scatter German ships secretly assembling to invade Iceland. And as number three on HMS Umbrage in the Mediterranean, he had assumed command after her skipper had been lost overboard and gone on to attack an Italian cruiser squadron.
During the renovation of a decrepit old barn by several friends, the chance finding of various old manuscripts lodged between some wall cavities reveals clues to a mystery that goes back over four and a half centuries to the time of Queen Mary I, Queen Elizabeth I, and Lady Jane Grey. Told from several viewpoints, the startling story of Lady Jane Grey finally comes to light as the previously unknown last moments of her life involving mystery, intrigue, politics, and love come to an explosive ending that may even force a revision of the history books.
With real-world considerations in mind, disaster preparedness consultant David Black shows us how to stay alive when tragedy strikes. His step-by-step actions can help us make it safely through a variety of crises, from catastrophic weather to terrorism to civil unrest. Black presents tailor-made plans for individuals, businesses, organizations, small groups, and communities to follow, in all regions of the country and broken down by type of emergency and environment.
The Battle of Glenshiel, 1719. Thirteen-year-old James Lindsay watches the action unfold as the Jacobite forces supported by his family are defeated. For the rebels, it is the beginning of the end. But for James, forever marked by the battle, it is truly just the beginning. Later, forced to flee Scotland, James finds himself on the European mainland and eventually in the Roman palace of his own "king".