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Overwhelmed by his desire to own a particular sleek, white Cataluna car, Bryan becomes willing to steal and eventually kill for the object of his desire, unware that the vehicle harbors an evil nature that threatens to destroy him. Original.
I was born in izucar de matamoros in Puebla, Mexico on october 18, 1969. My parents are Guadalupe Cadena and Alberto Jaurer. I have 1 brother and 4 sisters. I studied in Mexico through high school and moved to Miami in 1988. I lived there for 4 years working in construction. During this time, I had the dream to write something about myself, but like every young kid I wasn't certain what to write about. In 1991, I returned to mexico and lived there for 8 months. It was there when I began to have dreams about werewolves constantly. Sometimes I would dream about them 3 or 4 nights a week. Diferent times in different epics... They were extremely strong. I would wake up in a nightsweat because the dream was so intense. These dreams continue until this day. This is the reason that I desire to write about them. I feel they want to keep alive, to keep remembering them; whether they are real in our dreams or only in movies and books. I have a dream to work with Guillermo Del Toro, I've sent emails to see if he would work with me on Evil Moon. But as of this moment, I haven't received an answer. I hope one day Evil Moon will have the opportunity to become a movie. Writing evil moon retuns with the curse of the full moon....There will be sequels. To those who like werewolves, be prepared, your wishes for a story will return....
This is volume two of a two-volume study of a war and moon god religion that was based on the Mideast moon god religion of Sin.
Digger's Moon is a dramatic, gritty and realistic look at life and death in the Indian Territory. Set in Fort Smith, Arkansas, where Federal Judge Isaac C. Parker and his 200 U.S. Deputy Marshals struggled to bring justice to the chaos of the Western frontier, Digger's Moon recalls life in a place often called "Hell on the Border." It was a place where life was cheap, and living was hard. Violence convulsed everyday life, and revenge was the law of the land. Digger's Moon is the story of brutality born of lawlessness, and Parker's hard-fought brand of justice, a captivating tale of precarious friendships and redemptive love. Painstakingly researched for historical accuracy and masterfully written in the tradition of old-fashioned, campfire story telling, Digger's Moon will sweep you into the adventures of unforgettable characters, page after page. And when you're finished the last page, this story will stay with you from first-light to twilight, through the light of a digger's moon, until you pick it back up and fall once again under its spell.
The story describes a surreal dreamscape. The narrator wanders through his garden one night and in the moonlight sees strange and bizarre things.
Teaches women to free themselves from eating disorders by finding the metaphors hidden in their own life stories
Originally published in 1903, this is an excellent source for an historical perspective on superstitions and folklore. Hundreds of entries are arranged alphabetically within broad subject categories. The original subtitle reads: "A comprehensive library of human belief and practice in the mysteries of life through more than six thousand years of experience and progress including the fundamental intuitions and instincts underlying the structure of civilization, theology, mythology, demonology, magic, witchcraft, esoteric philosophy, signs, omens, oracles, sorceries, auguries, divinations, prophecies, methods and means employed in revealing fortune and fate, systems and formulas for the use of psychical forces, hypnotism, clairvoyance, telepathy, spiritualism, character reading and character building with all the known powers and wonders of mind and soul, illustrated with numerous ancient and modern designs and thoroughly indexed."
When a university professor explains his theory that a series of murders is connected to a full moon on Friday the 13th and a shape-shifter, P.I. Chase Dagger is very nervous since his partner Sara is the only shape-shifter he's ever known.
This book of poetry by Mark Wagner is an original and unique production. Many of the pieces are inspired by various parts of the Bible, everything from before the creation in Genesis to after the final judgment of God; things taken from various books of the Bible, such as Job and Psalms and Isaiah, to things of the New Testament. It creates for the reader a different perspective from which the reader can draw their own conclusions. At times, it ventures into the imagination of man of what God can do. In the end, it is intended to bring you closer to God and Jesus Christ and They to you.
Sophie Campbell returns yet again to the endless saga of the swampy southern city of Wet Moon. Cleo's relationship with Myrtle begins to take a dark turn, forbidden romance blossoms, secret pasts are revealed, a babysitting gig goes awry, and Wet Moon's own masked vigilante makes her appearance. Volume 4 of Eisner-nominated creator Sophie Campbell's hit series continues its examination of Cleo and the rest of the residents of Wet Moon with the deft mix of humor, drama, and heartbreak readers have come to expect.
Contained within this volume are 17 Moon stories for children. So, if your child is interested in Moon related things and stories, then this volume is for them! Alternatively, if your inner-child has a weakness for Moon-things, then look no further and download the 18 enjoyable stories from different peoples around the world. Some of these stories are well known and easily recognisable, others less so, but all are nonetheless enjoyable to read. The 18 stories in this volume are: The Man In The Moon The Boy Who Had A Moon On His Forehead And A Star On His Chin The Stones Of Five Colors And The Empress Jokwa The Buried Moon The Moon And The Great Snake The Mouse And The Moonbeam A Capful Of Moonshine The Lady Of The Moon The Moon-Stroke Sun And Moon - American Indian, Yaqui The Blue Moon The Lassie And Her Godmother The Bamboo-Cutter And The Moon-Child The Moon And The Thunders Rabbit And The Moon-Man The Sun And The Moon - Turkish The Story Of Argilius And The Flame-King While the stories are entertaining the numerous illustrations will fire children’s imaginations and take them into fairy land, where, of course, anything is possible. Nowhere has this “firing of the imagination” been made more apparent than in the entertainments industry with the advent of Green Screen-CGI technology which has enabled the imaginations of “big children” to run wild and bring all sorts of imaginations to life - especially in the fairy and folk tales genre where we have seen a wholesale revival of interest. So, find that comfy chair, have your child snuggle in and set fire to their imagination with this second collection of MOON STORIES for CHILDREN. 10% of the profit from the sale of this book will be donated to charities, =========== TAGS: fairy tales, folklore, myths, legends, children’s stories, childrens, Moon Stories, bygone era, fairydom, fairy land, classic stories, children’s bedtime stories, fables, Man In The Moon, Boy, Moon On His Forehead, Star On His Chin, Stones, Five Colors, Empress Jokwa, Buried Moon, Moon, Great Snake, Mouse, Moonbeam, Capful, Moonshine, Lady Of The Moon, Moon-Stroke, Sun, Moon, Blue Moon, Lassie, Godmother, Bamboo-Cutter, Moon-Child, Moon, Thunders, Rabbit, Moon-Man, Argilius, Flame-King
Mailer's superb account, written as it was happening, of the first attempt to land men on the moon 'Houston, Tranquility Base here. The Eagle has landed.' A Fire on the Moon tells the scarcely credible story of the Apollo 11 mission. It is suffused with Mailer's obsession both with the astronauts themselves and with his own anxieties and terrors about the extremity of what they were trying to achieve. Mailer is both admiring and appalled and the result is a book which is both a gripping narrative and a brilliant depiction of the now-forgotten technical issues and uncertainties around the mission. A Fire on the Moon is also a matchless portrait of an America caught in a morass of introspection and misery, torn apart by the war in Vietnam. But for one, extraordinary week in the summer of 1969 all eyes were on the fates of three men in a rocket, travelling a quarter of a million miles away from Earth. With an introduction by Geoff Dyer.
DARKNESS HIDES NOTHING WHEN THE MOON IS FULL… Eve Baxter thought tiny Spirit Canyon, Texas, was the perfect place to escape her nightmares and be alone with her son—but the drought-ridden town had more than its share of secrets and skeletons. Eve's isolated ranch quickly went from haven to hell, driving her into the strong arms of brooding rancher Mac McGuire. But even Mac was dangerous, as he represented everything Eve was running from. As the temperatures soared and tempers fl ared, Eve feared that not even her cowboy protector could save her from the fate Spirit Canyon had in store….
A jazzman, a wharf worker, a prostitute, all murdered. Wrists punctured, their bodies impossibly drained of blood. What connects them? Why are they rising as ghosts? Marie Levant, the great-great granddaughter of the Voodoo Queen, Marie Laveau, knows better than anyone New Orleans's brutal past -- the legacy of slavery, poverty, racism, and sexism -- and as a doctor at Charity Hospital's ER, she treats its current victims. When she sleeps, she dreams of blood. Rain, never ending. The river is rising and the yellow moon warns of an ancient evil -- an African vampire -- wazimamoto -- a spirit created by colonial oppression. The struggle becomes personal, as the wazimamoto is intent on destroying her and all the Laveau descendants. Marie fights to protect her daughter, lover, and herself from the wazimamoto's seductive assault on both body and spirit. Echoing with the heartache and triumph of the African-American experience, the soulful rhythms of jazz, and the horrors of racial oppression, Yellow Moon gives us an unforgettable heroine -- sexy, vulnerable, and mysterious -- in Marie Levant, while it powerfully evokes a city on the brink of catastrophe. Yellow Moon is part two of the New Orleans trilogy that began with Voodoo Season -- magical realist fiction that takes the legend of the voodoo priestess Marie Laveau, as imagined by Jewell Parker Rhodes in the bestselling Voodoo Dreams, into the present day.
In prehistoric Alaska, an Aleut girl, unwanted and abused, changes the destiny of her tribe Gray Bird wanted only sons. His daughter, Kiin, would have been killed at birth to make way for a male heir if not for the tribal chief, Kayugh, who claimed the infant as a future wife for one of his two young sons. Sixteen years later, Kiin is caught between the two brothers: one to whom she is promised, the other whom she desires. But the evil spawned by her own family takes her far from her people to a place where savage cruelties, love, and fate will strengthen and change her, and lead her to her ultimate destiny. My Sister the Moon is book two of the Ivory Carver Trilogy, which also includes Mother Earth Father Sky and Brother Wind.
A TAIL TO TELL... From the moment Scarlett Cavanaugh enters the attic, her life begins to change. Family secrets and hidden voices are soon discovered as she delves into another time. With a guide she never envisioned and a world now unfamiliar, Scarlett must battle her inner demons to find the strength that lies within. On her quest to return home, Scarlett encounters many unpredictable characters. Each one plays a role in her life as they teach her the consequences of her actions. Burdened with this knowledge, she embarks on a perilous journey in search of an enemy unimaginable. From there, she will have to put aside her family values to restore the timeline and ultimately, find her way home.

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