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A small mountain town hides a dark secret.... When his father's death brings Grant Shipman to the Appalachian town of Wallen's Gap, he believes his biggest problem will be dealing with the slow pace and odd townsfolk. But something sinister is at work. A dark power rises, an echo of the town's bloody past. A book of blood magic offers an unspeakable horror a gateway into the world of the living, and only Grant stands in the way of their "Dark Rite."
Cryer once had another name, but he can't remember it. The man he used to be was stabbed in the head by an assailant. After months of catatonia, Cryer awakens in a mental facility to find that his former life is almost completely forgotten. He knows his wife and daughter have been murdered - he saw them die moments before his own assault - but his shattered mind is incapable of retaining their names. Or even his own.
As a young warrior in the elite Kifzo army of his father's tribe, Tobin lives a life consumed by the relentless training demands of his uncle. Despite his best intentions and hard work, he struggles to cope with his father's indifference toward him, and his brother's outright hatred. A chance opportunity may change all of that. Tobin's father gives him, his brother, and three other young Kifzo each a small squad to lead on a key mission. The squad leader who succeeds will be named Warleader and will command the entire tribe's army. Tobin sees this as his best chance to step out of the shadow of his brother and earn the respect and recognition he's always desired.
When Ashley walks into a shop run by the vampire, Verloren, they both get the surprise of their lives. Ash is about to learn that she's not just another pretty young woman, while Verloren is astonished to find himself falling in love. But how can a vampire love a human? And what if the human isn't as human as she seems? When Ash's true nature reveals itself, the entire power structure of the world's outsiders teeters on the brink of destruction.
An ill-prepared queen, a soft-hearted mercenary, and a crippled warrior struggle as a kingdom falls and an empire rises. For years, the High Mages of Cadonia have maintained an uneasy peace among the nobles disgruntled with the rule of the king. In the aftermath of a tragic event, Elyse, the king's daughter, is thrust into a role she is not ready for. As queen, she must now determine who to trust while struggling to keep the kingdom from collapsing around her.
With an eclectic mix of dark fiction and horror, BloodLoss is the debut collection of short stories by Leonard Johnson. Experience ten unpublished tales that will explore the dark side of human nature and deal out morbid justice with macabre results. Visit the last living man on Earth in a world ruled by vampires, zombies, and werewolves. Continue your journey with voodoo, a strange well, and the ultimate story of where the hunter becomes the hunted.
Our protagonist is on a revengeful quest to avenge his father's death at the hands of the evil mage, Soladar. This journey is further marred by the death of his love, the beautiful Kara, and the person responsible for the same is again Soladar. Now Michael seeks this evil mage trying to understand the reason for the death of his loved ones. But the only way to do that is to destroy Soladar and all the evil that he controls which include the black beasts called Scarious.
Becky went to go and work for millionaire Connor Dade because she wanted to ruin him for making her lose her bookstore. She didn't think she would fall for him or become his lover and the closer she comes to getting the ultimate revenge, the harder it is for her to let him go.
What will Becky decide to do and will Conor turn the tables on her?
Destiny, or perhaps mere chance, has chosen Shanis Malan to be the bearer of the Silver Serpent, the one prophesied to bring an end to decades of clan war, but a pretender has risen in the East, and enemies invade her homeland on all sides. Will she choose the path that leads back to the home she loves, or will she accept her destiny and face the Keeper of the Mists? David Debord's memorable series continues in this second book of The Absent Gods series.
Sit back turn the lights down low and get ready for the scare of your life. Immerse yourself into some of the best horrifying short stories ever told. If your one of those listeners like I am and don't have the time to get lost in a long novel, then these short stories are what your looking for. Some of the characters you will hear about are vampires, witches, an impaler, a witch-finder general, aliens, a dead sea captain, an axe murderer, a shadowman, pirates, flesh eaters, ghosts, demons, the devil, evil fairies, and an army of the dead and the unknown.
Taught the sword from childhood, Shanis Malan's only dream is to be a soldier, but a woman cannot join the Galdoran army. She thinks her dream has come true when Prince Lerryn hosts a tournament in her town, but circumstances snatch her from her home and carry her into the midst of a quest for a legendary artifact that can save the world from the minions of Tichris the Ice King.
Salvatore commands the battleship Endymion. He's seen his share of battles and fought them bravely, too. So he doesn't hesitate when beautiful Princess Hatari pleads for his help. She wants to regain her throne, but it may be more than Salvatore can accomplish, for the deadly race known as the Balderdash has taken over the planet Melchior--and now, even his own men have turned against him!
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man brings listeners along on a journey through a man’s life, from his childhood through adulthood. The protagonist, Stephen Dedalus, begins life with fear and confusion of the world, but as he grows older and becomes more educated and world wise. The novel follows him through his days at a Jesuit college with a strict administration, through his family’s difficult economic times, his return to religion and faith as an adult, and his eventual mistrust in established societal institutions.
The Metamorphosis is one of the most commonly referenced books when you talk about absurd literature. It is heralded as a masterpiece of the existential literature genre because of how it demands the reader to accept the absurdity of the world just as it is. Although some of the events of the story are fantastical in nature, the ideas it conveys about existence, the meaning of life, and humanity are relatable to us in the real world, too.