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Hellhole Inferno

Author: Brian Herbert
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The planet HELLHOLE, devastated by an ancient asteroid impact, is inhabited by only the hardiest and most desperate colonists. It is one of 54 remote frontier worlds forced to pay tribute to the corrupt Constellation, which is ruled by decadent nobles. An exiled rebel general, Tiber Adolphus, has now mounted a second rebellion against the Constellation, much larger than his earlier failed attempt. This time Adolphus aligns himself with the Xayans, a resurrected alien race from Hellhole. As the ancient civilization awakens, the Xayans encourage colonists to immerse themselves in strange "slickwater" pools and acquire ancient alien memories. Their goal is to gather sufficient numbers to achieve ala'ru, an accelerated evolution that will transform them into godlike beings. General Adolphus rallies his fellow rebels from across the vast Deep Zone to fight for their independence, while the ruthless leader of the Constellation, Diadem Michella, vows to eradicate the rebellion and all colonists on Hellhole. The Xayans add their "telemancy" defenses to the General's conventional military resources, until they reveal an enemy far more terrifying than the Army of the Constellation: a faction of rogue Xayans bent on the extermination of their race . . . and the destruction of any planet that happens to be in the way. As a barrage of deadly asteroids hurtles toward Hellhole, and the Constellation's gigantic space fleet arrives for a final engagement against General Adolphus, the hardy settlers are caught between a human enemy that wants to raze their colony to the ground and much more powerful aliens who can destroy not only themselves, but human civilization, as well as the foundations of the universe itself. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.


The Lie s

Author: Linda Wright
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You see I follow God, so I didn't know anything yet about the fake rules they had made up about God's altar, or themselves. Plus they made up their own rules of saying you can't have any powers from God, because I haven't given you permission to have powers from God. Can you believe that!! That's just amazing to me that these people are so lost, and just plain dumb to think they have any right what so ever to think that they are in charge of God's powers. Have you ever read that in your bible? You have to come over here so these people can approve if you're holy enough. Stand in the line over there to your right please. We'll see if these people will give you a stamp of approval. The truth sadly is most of these people need an exorcism. Thank God the one young Sister came to us with her hurts. and we were able to council her, and tell her how she is just to forgive, and we will pray for the snake ladies in the bible study. You see it's not just the one Sister who was spitting out the poison on the other Sister, stabbing her in her back. But remember there were other Sister's in the bible study who sat there listening and not defending the one Sister. Or telling the head snake lady that she is wrong. Sadly these ladies in the bible study are a pit of snakes all squirming together. All with the same deadly hearts, and deadly mouths with forked tongues, and fangs of evil. Evildoers in sheep's clothes coming as angels of light but filled with darkness of hell.


Dune Legends Heroes Schools

Author: Brian Herbert
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This discounted ebundle includes: Legends of Dune: The Butlerian Jihad, The Machine Crusade, The Battle of Corrin; Heroes of Dune: Paul of Dune, The Winds of Dune; Schools of Dune: Sisterhood of Dune, Mentats of Dune, Navigators of Dune Frank Herbert's Dune series is one of the great creations of imaginative literature, science fiction's answer to The Lord of the Rings. Working from Frank Herbert's own notes, the acclaimed authors continue to explore the Dune universe. Tor books by Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson Dune Universe books by Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson Dreamer of Dune: The Biography of Frank Herbert by Brian Herbert The Butlerian Jihad The Machine Crusade The Battle of Corrin The Road to Dune by Frank Herbert, Brian Herbert, and Kevin J. Anderson Hunters of Dune Sandworms of Dune Paul of Dune The Winds of Dune Sisterhood of Dune Mentats of Dune Navigators of Dune The Hellhole Trilogy by Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson Hellhole Hellhole Awakening Hellhole Inferno Other books The Little Green Book of Chairman Rahma by Brian Herbert The Forgotten Heroes by Brian Herbert At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.


More Lives Than One

Author: Mark Jenkins
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Mark Jenkins' talent for dramatizing the lives of public figures and giving life to hidden histories has won him success on stages across the world. Playing Burton - Hugely successful play about Hollywood actor Richard Burton. Norah's Bloke - Heart-r


The Race for God

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Who needs Heaven? God, it turns out, lives on the planet Tananius-Ofo in the distant galaxy 722C12009. And now, after countless millennia, He's invited us to come visit Him. Not everybody, mind you. Just an odd assortment of heathens, heretics, pantheists, perverts, and true believers of every sect and creed-all crammed into a single white spaceship piloted by a slightly crazed biocomputer. Each pilgrim is determined to be the first to reach God and learn His secrets . . . If they don't all kill each other on the way there.


Dangerous Worlds

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This is the first collection of Brian Herbert's short fiction, a volume that is packed with highly imaginative, intriguing stories and ideas. In the previously unpublished "Death of the Internet,: Under Burning Skies," the internet is wiped out--forever!--leaving hundreds of millions of people unable to function without a technology that they have become addicted to, and totally dependent upon. Another previously unpublished story, "Earth Games" describes an alien world where Earth people are kept prisoner and forced to perform competitions with hotrod automobiles. Those games strongly resemble rush-hour commute experiences in major U.S. cities, where drivers compete for lane space and make rude hand gestures to one another. A slight difference: the cars in this story have machine guns on the fenders, and cannons on the rooftops! Two of the stories in this collection--"Earth Games" and "The Stakeout"--were edited by Brian's father Frank Herbert, the famed author of DUNE, in the early 1980s, and rewritten by Brian, with those expert comments in mind.A New York Times-bestselling author, Brian has written many works of fiction and non-fiction. Brian is best known as the coauthor of 14 new Dune-series novels, written with Kevin J. Anderson. In his solo books, Brian is known for addressing important social issues, such as the environment, politics, and religion. In his highly original novel OCEAN, the ocean and its sea creatures declare war on human civilization, in retaliation for pollution and other human-caused abuses that are fouling the waters of the planet.In DANGEROUS WORLDS, the characters find themselves in an ocean of deep, deep trouble, and must try to get out of seemingly impossible situations. Sometimes they do, and sometimes they don't!


The Monster Novels

Author: Robert R. McCammon
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From a New York Times–bestselling and Bram Stoker Award–winning author: Three novels with monsters ranging from alien to werewolf to vengeful moms. Whether writing Southern Gothic horror or reinventing the monster genre, World Fantasy and Bram Stoker Award–winning author Robert R. McCammon proves himself a master of a wide spectrum of modern horror and dark fantasy. In these three novels, McCammon presents a terrifying predator from another world, a werewolf war hero, and two crazy moms you do not want to mess with. Stinger: In this New York Times bestseller, when Stinger, a monstrous alien bounty hunter, crash-lands in the West Texas hellhole of Inferno in search of a young fugitive, the relentless creature encloses the town in an impenetrable and inescapable dome to isolate and kill its prey. Now, the few remaining survivors must band together to save the fugitive—who’s taken the human form of a small girl—and themselves from annihilation. “The ultimate horror novel.” —The Philadelphia Inquirer “One of the best suspense novels of recent years.” —Science Fiction Chronicle The Wolf’s Hour: Michael Gallatin—master spy, Nazi hunter . . . and werewolf. As the Allies’ secret weapon, the lycanthrope parachutes into occupied France to subvert a Nazi plan to thwart the D-Day invasion, code-named Iron Fist. With the Normandy landings only hours away, it’s a race against time. The Nazis may have Iron Fist, but Gallatin comes with claws, in this New York Times bestseller. “Powerful . . . fuses WWII espionage thriller and dark fantasy. Richly detailed, intricately plotted, fast-paced historical suspense is enhanced by McCammon’s unique take on the werewolf myth.” —Publishers Weekly Mine: Suffering from psychotic delusions of motherhood, former sixties radical and FBI fugitive Mary Terrell sneaks into the maternity ward of an Atlanta hospital and snatches a newborn baby. Burning with primal maternal fury, the baby’s mother, Laura Clayborne, is going after Mary herself on a twisted and violent cross-country pursuit. In this Bram Stoker Award winner, to track a madwoman, Laura will have to think like one . . . “Feverishly exciting . . . a page-whipping thriller.” —Kirkus Reviews “An expertly constructed novel of suspense and horror.” —Publishers Weekly


The Encyclopedia of Hell

Author: Miriam Van Scott
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The Encyclopedia of Hell is a comprehensive survey of the underworld, drawing information from cultures around the globe and eras throughout history. Organized in a simple-to-use alphabetic format, entries cover representations of the dark realm of the dead in mythology, religion, works of art, opera, literature, theater, music, film, and television. Sources include African legends, Native American stories, Asian folktales, and other more obscure references, in addition to familiar infernal chronicles from Western lore. The result is a catalog of underworld data, with entries running the gamut from descriptions of grisly pits of torture to humorous cartoons lampooning the everlasting abyss. Its extensive cross-referencing also supplies links between various concepts and characters from the netherworld and provides further information on particular theories. Peruse these pages and find out for yourself what history's greatest imaginations have envisioned awaiting the wicked on the other side of the grave.


Dantes Inferno

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A dangerous loner is planting bombs throughout L.A., and forensic psychiatrist Sylvia Strangee is on the case helping police catch the killer before he can strike again. 40,000 first printing.


That inferno

Author: Munú Actis
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In 1998 in Buenos Aires, five women began a series of conversations about their memories of torture in the ESMA, the School of Naval Mechanics, twenty years before. In 1976 the Armed Forces seized control of Argentina and initiated the National Reorganization Process, which led to the quiet disappearance of 30,000 people, most taken from their homes at night by armed individuals in civilian dress. Between four thousand and forty-five hundred of those who passed through the Mechanics School died in torture or were thrown from an airplane into the sea. A few intellectual workers, like the authors, were spared. But as Tina Rosenberg puts it in her foreword, "The women in this book inhabited a surreal hell in which they were never sure that the knock on the door at midnight meant they were to be taken to the torture table or out for a steak. There were torturers who fell in love with their prey. Munu Actis says, 'They'd come, they'd beat you to a pulp with a stick, and then at two in the morning they'd get you, put you in a car, and take you out to dinner. They'd sit you down at the same table, turn you into an equal: you ate the same food, they wanted to hear your opinions, and then back to Capucha [the wing where captives were kept hooded and shackled] you went. That would drive anybody crazy!'" Tina Rosenberg continues: "The logic of life and death in the Mechanics School had nothing to do with whether one was really a Montoneros guerrilla or whether one broke under torture. The women in this book probably survived because they knew how to translate documents or could concisely summarize press clippings. These were skills of interest to Admiral Emilio Massera, chief of the navy, who was building his political career. Admiral Massera killed Montoneros as dangerous subversives, or kept them alive as0 his political advisers. Or both." The book includes glossaries of the slang used by the militants and by Mechanics School personnel, an appendix identifying the torturers, and a topography of terror," a blueprint of rooms and functions. Last year President Kirchner declared that the Mechanics School would be turned into a Museum of Memory of the atrocities of the "dirty war." Despite this vindication and their testimonies in legal forums, the five women authors continue to struggle with torture-induced terror in their daily lives, particularly in visits to the dentist or doctor.