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Pew! Pew!
Author: M. D. Cooper, Zen DiPietro, James S. Aaron, Chris Fox, Drew Avera, S. E. Anderson, J. J. Green, T. M. Toombs
ISBN: 1975894936
Pages: 456
Year: 2017-08-28
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8 Comedic Space Opera Adventures of Space Monsters, Dashing Heroes, and a Healthy Dose of WTFFollow bands of not-so-fantastic heroes and heroines as they fail to rescue damsels in distress, accidentally aid the galaxy's dark lords, and generally just screw everything up.Escape From my Fishwife - Zen DiPietroSpellslinger - Chris FoxThe Gli+chover - Drew AveraTrash Beings of the Galaxy, Unite! - J.J. GreenCrash - James S. AaronMiss Planet Earth - S.E AndersonFor the Love of Llama - TM ToombsThe Disknee World - M. D. Cooper
Pew! Pew! Volume 1
Author: M. Cooper, Chris J. Pike
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 1546902120
Pages: 664
Year: 2017-05-23
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9 Comedic space opera tales of big spaceships, poor life decisions, and lots of Pew! Follow the adventures of swashbuckling heroes and heroines who forgot their swash and didn't do up their buckles as they gallivant across the stars, saving the downtrodden and trodding on some of the down. Delta-Team: A "Simple" Kidnapping - M. D. Cooper The Methane Lake of Excruciating Tedium - Felix R. Savage The Last Bounty - Barry J. Hutchison Spaceberg - M. Pax Attack of the Killer Bees - Chris J. Pike Brewing Trouble - Amy DuBoff Dodging Fate - Zen DiPietro Gli+ch - Drew Avera Bat Johnson, the Mad Mortician of Mars - Rachel Aukes
Waking Magic
Author: Martha Carr, Michael Anderle
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 197597090X
Pages: 312
Year: 2017-09
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Magic is Returning to Our World What if the weird and strange things you saw on the covers of tabloids was real? What if that was just the tip of the iceberg? Austin Homicide detective, Leira Berens is in a race against a magical force that wants to rip apart our understanding of reality at the seams. Enter the magical world of Oriceran. Where magic and danger go hand in hand. With the help of a Light Elf sent to mentor her and a swearing troll, Leira must push beyond her limits to get back a magical artifact before it goes boom, solve a murder and rescue her mother. Maybe she's not crazy. Maybe there are Elves, magical realms and things we just can't explain. The stakes are real and so is the magical world she just visited. With help from unexpected places, Leira is going to accomplish more than she ever thought possible. Welcome to the Magical World of Oriceran. Because Magic is Real.
The Devil in Pew Number Seven
Author: Becky Alonzo
Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
ISBN: 1414338295
Pages: 304
Year: 2010-07-27
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Rebecca Nichols Alonzo recounts the events surrounding her father's murder, describing how a church member who refused to give up control when Robert Nichols took over as pastor tormented and threatened her family, until the night that Rebecca's life was shattered forever.
The Glass Castle
Author: Jeannette Walls
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1439156964
Pages: 288
Year: 2009-10-06
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The child of an alcoholic father and an eccentric artist mother discusses her family's nomadic upbringing, during which she and her siblings fended for themselves while their parents outmaneuvered bill collectors and the authorities.
The Damnation of Theron Ware
Author: Harold Frederic
Publisher: Folcroft Library Editions
Pages: 512
Year: 1896
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Published in 1896, "The Damnation of Theron Ware or Illumination" is a profound psychological portrait of the spiritual undoing of a guileless Methodist minister who is taken in by a rural townspeople's various progressive ideas, from liberalism to bohemianism, only to be spurned by them for being too conventional. Described by Everett Carter as "among the four or five best novels written by an American during the nineteenth century," the novel, as Joyce Carol Oates writes in her Introduction, has "shrewd, disturbing insights into the human pysche." This Modern Library Paperback Classic is set from the text of the authoritative Harold Frederic Edition.
Caca Dolce
Author: Chelsea Martin
Publisher: Catapult
ISBN: 1593766823
Pages: 192
Year: 2017-08-15
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For anyone who has ever felt weird or poor or misunderstood or just . . . weird, well, this is the book for you. Martin chronicles her own bizarre upbringing in such a way that the strangeness of it all manages to still feel universal. She recounts everything from her attempt to manifest an alien invasion (she was just 11; what 11-year-old doesn't want E.T. to visit?) to the fights she had with her family, to what it was like to be diagnosed with Tourette's Syndrome as an adolescent. It's a wild ride of a memoir, and a true glimpse into the mind of an artist as she's figuring out what life is all about. Kristin Iversen, Nylon Funny, candid, and searchingly self-aware, this essay collection tells the story of Chelsea Martins coming of age as an artist. We are with Chelsea as an eleven-year-old atheist, trying to will an alien visitation to her neighborhood; fighting with her stepfather and grappling with a Tourettes diagnosis as she becomes a teenager; falling under the sway of frenemies and crushes in high school; going into debt to afford what might be a meaningless education at an expensive art college; navigating the messy process of falling in love with a close friend; and struggling for independence from her emotionally manipulative father and from the family and friends in the dead-end California town that has defined her upbringing. This is a book about relationships, class, art, sex, money, and familyand about growing up weird, and poor, in the late 1990s and early 2000s.
Destroyer of Planets
Author: L. A. Johnson
ISBN: 0999140019
Year: 2017-08-10
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Enter a galaxy full of snarky one-liners, inappropriate use of tentacles, and video game style battles.A life of captivity is finally getting to Kirian, Destroyer of Planets. She has never actually destroyed any planets, but getting to choose your own title is one of the few perks you get when working against your will for an evil Neon Octopus Overlord. In an attempt to gain her freedom back, Kirian defies the the Overlord and secretly saves the being she is supposed to kill, making life more complicated and dangerous for both of them. Then again, nobody ever accused Kirian of making good decisions.
Between Pulpit and Pew
Author: W. Paul Reeve, Michael Scott Van Wagenen
Publisher: Utah State University Press
ISBN: 0874218381
Pages: 253
Year: 2011-05-23
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Cain wanders the frontier as a Bigfoot-like hairy beast and confronts an early Mormon apostle. An evil band of murderers from Mormon scripture, known as the Gadianton robbers, provides an excuse for the failure of a desert town. Stories of children raised from the dead with decayed bodies and damaged minds help draw boundaries between the proper spheres of human and divine action. Mormons who observe UFOs in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries find ways to explain them in relation to the church’s cosmology. The millenarian dimension of that belief system induces church members to invest in the Dream Mine, a hidden treasure that a would-be heir to Joseph Smith wraps in prophecy of the end times. A Utah version of Nessie haunts a large mountain lake. Non-Mormons attempt to discredit Joseph Smith with tales that he had tried and failed to walk on water. Mormons gave distinctive meanings to supernatural legends and events, but their narratives incorporated motifs found in many cultures. Many such historical legends and beliefs found adherents down to the present. This collection employs folklore to illuminate the cultural and religious history of a people.
Salem Falls
Author: Jodi Picoult
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1416549358
Pages: 514
Year: 2007
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When Jack St. Bride arrives by chance in the sleepy New England town of Salem Falls, he decides to reinvent himself. Tall, blond, and handsome, Jack was once a beloved teacher and soccer coach at a girls' prep school—until a student's crush sparked a powder keg of accusation and robbed him of his reputation. Now, working for minimum wage washing dishes for Addie Peabody at the Do-Or-Diner, Jack buries his past, content to become the mysterious stranger who has appeared out of the blue. With ghosts of her own haunting her, Addie Peabody is as cautious around men ad Jack St. Bride is around women. But as this unassuming stranger steps smoothly into the diner's daily routine, she finds him fitting just as comfortably inside her heart - and slowly, a gentle, healing love takes hold between them. Yet planting roots in Salem Falls may prove fateful for Jack. Amid the white-painted centuries-old churches, a quartet of bored, privileged teeage girls have formed a coven that is crossing the line between amusment and malicious intent. Quick to notice the attractive new employee at Addie's diner, the girls turn Jack's world upside down with a shattering allegation that causes history to repeat itself - and forces Jack to proclaim his innocence once again. Suddenly nothing in Salem Falls is as it seems; a safe haven turns dangerous, an innocent girl meets evil face-to-face, a dishwasher with a Ph.D. is revealed to be an ex-con. As Jack's hidden past catches up with him, the seams of this tiny town begin to tear, and the emerging truth becomes a slippery concept written in shades of gray.
A Knight in Shining Armor
Author: Jude Deveraux
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 074345944X
Pages: 400
Year: 2002-04-24
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Jude Deveraux's beloved bestseller has captivated readers the world over; now in a special edition featuring new material, this timeless love story greets a new generation. Once upon a a fair maiden lay weeping upon a cold tombstone, her heartfelt desire was suddenly made real before her: tall, broad of shoulder, attired in gleaming silver and gold, her knight in shining armor had come to rescue his damsel in distress.... Abandoned by her lover, thoroughly modern Dougless Montgomery finds herself alone and brokenhearted in an old English church. She never dreamed that a love more powerful than time awaited her there...until Nicholas Stafford, Earl of Thornwyck, a sixteenth-century knight, appeared. Drawn to him by a bond so sudden and compelling that it defied reason, Dougless knew that Nicholas was nothing less than a miracle: a man who would not seek to change her, who found her perfect just as she was. But she could not know how strong were the chains that tied them to the past—or the grand adventure that lay before them.
Maniac Magee
Author: Jerry Spinelli
Publisher: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
ISBN: 0316333506
Pages: 198
Year: 2014-01-28
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Jeffrey Lionel "Maniac" Magee might have lived a normal life if a freak accident hadn't made him an orphan. After living with his unhappy and uptight aunt and uncle for eight years, he decides to run--and not just run away, but run. This is where the myth of Maniac Magee begins, as he changes the lives of a racially divided small town with his amazing and legendary feats.
Just A Kiss Away
Author: Jill Barnett
Publisher: BelleBooks
ISBN: 1935661698
Year: 1991-09-30
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After arriving on a lush Pacific island, Eulalie Grace LaRue is to be finally reunited with the absent father she hasn't seen since childhood. Yet before her long dreamed-of meeting can take place, the lovely but pampered Southern belle is caught in the crossfire of a violent revolution and thrown into the rugged arms of American mercenary soldier Sam Forester. On the run in the jungle, this battle-scarred soldier of fortune hasn't a clue what to do with the naive blonde in his care. Survival is his top priority, but he can not resist Lollie's endearing, helpless, and laughable charm...or deny the growing attraction between them. Though Sam thrives on chance and risk, falling in love is the one chance he isn't willing to take. Powerless against the desire that consumes them both, Lollie surrenders to his passionate embrace. But when he dismisses her affections, she is determined to fight for him, to prove that in the steamy heat of paradise, two hearts can find the love of a lifetime.
Pew! Pew! Volume 5
Author: M. Cooper, James Aaron, Amy DuBoff, Bill Patterson, Andrew Gates, Felix Savage, Andrew Dobell, Richard Parry
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 1986941558
Pages: 554
Year: 2018-03-08
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A Fist Full of Pews! Outrageous space opera tales that will be sure to have you firing phasers on full! Cryonite Caper by Felix R. Savage Independent freighter captain Mike Starrunner has seen it all, but when someone freezes his weapons officer into a six-foot cube of cryonite, even Mike is stumped. Who would have done this and why? And what happened to good old carbonite? On skanky, sweltering hub world Ponce de Leon, there's no shortage of suspects, but when Mike's investigation leads him to notorious smuggler Buzzz Parsec and his gang of criminal bear shifters, things get hardcore. The Chadd by Richard Parry Chad Forradel's bad day started with a scream from across the hard black, followed by too much silence to be healthy. Before he knows it, he's on an ex-war heavy lifter, trying to save the universe. Again. My Andersonia by James S. Aaron If faking an engagement to gain entry to a totalitarian regime isn't hard enough, Ngoba Starl is going to have to keep his raging hormones in check during a future version of Mardi Gras, complete with fertility poles, sex drugs and illicit line dancing... all to save a Sentient AI who may just kill him in the end. An Aeon 14 story from the wild early days of the Sentience Wars. Rogue Planets and a Bored Kitty by M. D. Cooper The Delta Team is on a new mission to save an entire planet from an icy demise after a rival steals their super-special power source. Ramsey and Cindy are on the job, while Kitty and Vampy are left behind. The only thing worse than a planet slowly freezing to death? A bored kitty. Space Girl and the Sensual Spy by Andrew Dobell Space Girl Seren Zenith, and her sarcastic robot sidekick, Humphrey McTechbot, are sent on a decidedly deadly mission to free a spy from the clutches of evil. Accompanied by a hunky military hero and a bewildered alien, nothing is as it seems, and the fate of, well, not the galaxy, or world... maybe a couple of lives that few people care about, hang in the balance? Yeah, that works! Spiffing good show old bean. A retro, ray-gun wielding and velour catsuit wearing, sexy sci-fi adventure romp through the cosmos. Making Trouble by Amy DuBoff Jack Tressler and the crew of the Little Princess II decide to try a new black market venture: covertly transporting passengers. However, they inadvertently get mixed up in an established human trafficking ring with a dangerous pirate gang known as the Blue Rabbits. Jack and his friends might just, for once, do the right thing and try to help the innocents--so long as there's still a good payday. Valentine's Day 1979: An Intergalactic Adventure by Andrew Gates It's Valentine's Day in 1979 and for Ryan Gifford, love is just the one thing he can't seem to find in the City of Brotherly Love. But after a strange encounter at the local cinema, Ryan's life suddenly takes a dramatic change when he learns he must marry an alien Princess in order to stop an intergalactic war. Whether he is ready for it or not, Ryan is thrust into a life of romance, intrigue and space aliens who don't seem to understand his '70s slang. The Unbelievers by Bill Patterson The Academy class of 2360 seemed normal, but when they entered the Fleet, strange things happened around them. Power conduits exploded. Radiation sickness killed crews. Fleet started losing the war against the Poon. Something had to be done. The 'Sixties' were recalled. Tested. Examined. The few Sixties who were... abnormal... became a weapon no Poon warrior could resist. Now it was the Poon who were falling apart. The only question that mattered to the fifteen grads who survived the mission was: how do we get home again?
The Short Stories of F. Scott Fitzgerald
Author: F. Scott Fitzgerald, Matthew Joseph Bruccoli
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0684842505
Pages: 797
Year: 1998-04-15
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F. Scott Fitzgerald is best known for his novels such as THE GREAT GATSBY, but during his all-too-brief literary life, he sold some 160 short stories to popular magazines. Here, noted scholar and biographer Matthew Bruccoli assembles in one volume the full scope of the best of Fitzgerald's short fiction. These 43 sparkling masterpieces are offered in a handsome Scribner Classics edition, perfect for the home library.