Category: Fiction

Crusade (Eden Book 2) by Tony Monchinski

By Tony Monchinski

The area is lifeless. hundreds of thousands of flesh-hungry zombies roam the land, searching out the final survivors. blood brother, a pregnant Julie, Mickey, Gwen and undergo are refugees from Eden, looking a greater position. alongside the best way they face adversaries dwelling and lifeless, and befriend new survivors, whose sole desire lies is the entire annihilation of the undead. but none suspects that the real danger lies inside of their ranks. the single likelihood humanity has is a complete war--a crusade--against the zombie hordes. In a warfare of the residing as opposed to the useless, the stakes are excessive and just one aspect can emerge effective!

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Billiards at Half-Past Nine (The Essential Heinrich Böll) by Heinrich Böll

By Heinrich Böll

First of Heinrich Boll's works on Bibliotik. extra will follow...

Böll’s recognized competition to fascism and struggle informs this relocating tale of a unmarried day within the lifetime of traumatized soldier Robert Faehmel, scion of a kin of profitable Cologne architects, as he struggles to come back to dull existence after the second one global battle. An come upon with a war-time  nemesis, now an influence within the reconstruction of Germany, forces him to confront inner most stories and the injuries of Germany’s defeat within the global Wars.

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Fade Away (Myron Bolitar, Book 3) by Harlan Coben

By Harlan Coben

In novels that crackle with wit and suspense, Harlan Coben has created some of the most attention-grabbing heroes in suspense fiction: the wisecracking, tenderhearted activities agent Myron Bolitar. during this gripping 3rd novel within the acclaimed sequence, Myron needs to confront a previous that's useless and buried—and extra risky than ever before.
The house is top-notch New Jersey suburban. the lounge is Martha Stewart. The basement is Legos—and blood. The indicators of a violent fight. For Myron Bolitar, the disappearance of a guy he as soon as competed opposed to is bringing again memories—of the game he and Greg Downing had either performed and the lady they either enjoyed. Now, one of the stars, the wannabes, the gamblers, and the groupies, Myron is embarking upon the unusual journey of a activities hero long gone improper that simply could lead to sure loss of life. specifically, his personal.

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Ticky Tack The Littlest Reindeer - A Christmas Book for by Ironpower Publishing

By Ironpower Publishing

During this delightfully heartwarming Christmas tale you'll know about Ticky Tack, a tiny reindeer, who is helping Santa and Shortbread the Elf carry a bit disabled boy’s current on Christmas Eve. It’s the sort of enjoyable and uplifting learn, and the forty+ splendidly adorable cartoon-like illustrations are completely lovable. it's according to the paintings of Walt Kelly and has been digitally greater and up-to-date via IRONPOWER PUBLISHING. Walt Kelly labored as an artist for Walt Disney within the 1930’s, and later Dell comics, and used to be author of the recognized Pogo comedian strips. teenagers will love this booklet, and should love you for purchasing it for them.

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The Last Lonely Saturday by Jordan Crane

By Jordan Crane

A heartbreaking novella from the writer of The Clouds Above.

From the editor of the acclaimed comics anthology NON comes this pretty, emotive "Picto-Novella." mostly wordless and cunningly rendered, this little ebook is certain to the touch most parents. within the final Lonely Saturday, an older guy sits at his kitchen desk, packed with depression. Dishes are piled up within the sink, an entire pot of espresso burns at the counter; it's a quiet scene of existential melancholy. It quick turns into transparent that the fellow is a widower, and this day is the day to go to his departed wife's gravesite. Little does he recognize that what the day holds for him will bring about this being his final lonely Saturday.

Both candy and sour, lifelike and impressive, The final Lonely Saturday is an evocative, romantic novella, informed in a gorgeous two-color, pink and yellow palette. His cost effective photos waste no longer a line, and his narrative flows without problems from panel to panel during this heartwarming tale of affection and love misplaced.

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Sweet Thursday (Penguin Classics) by John Steinbeck

By John Steinbeck

In Monterey, at the California coast, candy Thursday is what they name the day after awful Wednesday, that is a type of days which are simply clearly undesirable. Returning to the scene of Cannery Row—the weedy plenty and junk tons and flophouses of Monterey, John Steinbeck once again brings to existence the denizens of a netherworld of laughter and tears—from Fauna, new headmistress of the neighborhood brothel, to Hazel, a bum whose mom should have sought after a daughter.

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Absolution Gap (Revelation Space, Book 4) by Alastair Reynolds

By Alastair Reynolds

Mankind has continued centuries of bad plague and a very brutal interstellar conflict . . . yet there's nonetheless no time for peace and quiet. Stirred from aeons of sleep, the Inhibitors - historic alien killing machines - have began the method of ridding the galaxy of its most modern emergent intelligence: mankind. As a ragtag bag of refugees fleeing the 1st wave of the cull head in the direction of an it seems that insignificant moon light-years away, they notice an avenging angel, a woman born in ice. She has the ability to steer mankind to protection, and the facility to attract down their darkest enemy. And on a planet the place massive traveling cathedrals move slowly in the direction of the treacherous fissure often called Absolution hole, an unsettling fact turns into obvious: to overcome one enemy, it can be essential to forge an alliance with whatever a lot, a lot worse . . .

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Le Fait Du Prince by Amélie Nothomb

By Amélie Nothomb

Baptiste Bordave usurpe l'identité du richissime Olaf Sildur, venu mourir devant sa porte. Sa veuve ayant accepté sa présence, Baptiste prend congé de lui-même et devient le maître de l. a. richesse, de l'ivresse et de l. a. beauté. Ce conte pour adultes discover l'utopie à deux. «Il y a un rapid, entre l. a. quinzième et l. a. seizième gorgée de champagne, où tout homme est un aristocrate.»  Amélie Nothomb

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The Mountain King by Ben Gulick

By Ben Gulick

The cup used to be eco-friendly and silver and it glistened within the solar. Sam checked out it in his hand and questioned the place it had come from. The craftsmanship was
something that individuals during this time had by no means accomplished. Now it was once all performed by way of laptop and pcs had no soul, no mind's eye. He became it
upside down and checked out the ground, there has been an engraving of an eagle in flight... And with that straightforward starting a grand event begun. person who Sam Adams might always remember. With a lot recrimination and self doubt our hero starts his trip in the direction of greatness, assembly buddies and enemies alike alongside the best way.

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