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Author: Alastair Reynolds

Publisher: Orbit

ISBN: 0316555622

Category: Fiction

Page: 464

View: 6228

Winner of the 2017 Locus Award Revenger is a rocket-fueled tale of space pirates, buried treasure, and phantom weapons, of unspeakable hazards and single-minded heroism... and of vengeance... Adrana and Fura Ness are the newest crew members of the legendary Captain Rackamore's ship, using their mysterious powers as Bone Readers to find clues about their next score. But there might be more waiting for them in space than adventure and fortune: the fabled and feared Bosa Sennen, in particular. The galaxy is filled with treasures... if you have the courage to find them.


Author: Tom Cain

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 0593067703

Category: Carver, Sam (Fictitious character)

Page: 384

View: 5017

Ex-marine Samuel Carver makes bad things happen to worse people. He is used to being in complete control. So when he finds himself caught in the middle of a riot in South London, he must fall back on his instincts and years' of training as the riot turns into a battleground. Someone planned this riot for political gain and now Carver - in the wrong place at the wrong time - looks like the perfect scapegoat. Wanted by the police for murder, if he is to clear his name he is going to have to find out who is really behind these events. The truth will shock even Carver - and find him pitted against a deadly enemy who knows all of Carver's secrets and in a fight that will bring him face to face with a killer without conscience. Set in a Britain in turmoil, with riots on the nation's streets, the euro in crisis, and a political system in disarray, Revenger is a classic Tom Cain thriller that once again rips its story from the headlines of tomorrow's newspapers.


A Novel of Tudor Intrigue

Author: Rory Clements

Publisher: Bantam

ISBN: 0553907859

Category: Fiction

Page: 432

View: 7095

In his critically acclaimed debut thriller, Martyr, Rory Clements introduced readers to the unforgettable John Shakespeare, chief intelligencer to Queen Elizabeth I and older brother to Will. Now, five years later, the Queen needs Shakespeare’s services once more. Not only is England still at war with Spain, but her court is riven by savage infighting among ambitious young courtiers. Shakespeare is summoned by Elizabeth’s cold but deadly Privy Councillor Sir Robert Cecil and ordered to undertake two linked missions: to investigate the mystery of the doomed Roanoke colony in North America—Sir Walter Ralegh’s folly—and to spy on Cecil’s rival, the dashing Earl of Essex. Essex is the brightest star in the firmament, the Queen’s favorite. But when Shakespeare enters Essex’s dissolute world, he discovers not only that the Queen herself is in danger, but that he and his family are also targets. With a plague devastating the country, Catholics facing persecution and martyrdom at the hands of an infamous torturer, and John’s own wife, Catherine, possibly protecting a priest—Shakespeare has his own survival to secure, as well as that of his fading but still feisty Queen. Filled with the flavor and facts of a tumultuous time in English history, Revenger is a stunning novel of savage rivalries and reprisals from an author swiftly becoming a known master of historical suspense. From the Hardcover edition.

The Revenger

The Life and Times of Wild Bill Hickok

Author: Aaron Woodard

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 149303393X

Category: History

Page: 184

View: 9734

The Revenger: The Life and Times of Wild Bill Hickok examines Wild Bill’s life in the context of 19th Century American history, from his birth, through his early manhood, and to his eventual demise. Woven into his life story are the significant role played by the Civil War in the development of his character and philosophy, the role played by popular media in the creation of his legendary status, and the changing of the western landscape and lifestyle that began to eliminate the need for gunmen such as Wild Bill. The book discusses Hickok’s early jobs in law enforcement and his associations with other significant westerners and recounts the events that transformed Hickok from a formidable lawman into a national celebrity and popular hero. Details of Hickok’s most famous gunfights, including weapons used and participants and outcomes and, of course, the end of his career including his famous death at the hands of an assassin in a saloon in Deadwood South Dakota are all explored. The book also incorporates changing views of historiographical interpretation of lawmen/gunmen in general and Wild Bill in particular. The book will have extensive illustrations—archival photos of Wild Bill, his contemporaries, his guns, etc.


Author: Charles Forsman

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780989506687

Category: Comic books, strips, etc

Page: 158

View: 8329

It's 1979, and Revenger is running with a small group of youth bandits called The Fog. A group of street-made robin hoods that rob together, fight together and...sleep together? Why not. But one of the them has a bad daddy known as The Producer. He runs the biggest movie studio and the city of which it resided. The Producer is hunting The Fog to get to his little girl to make her the movie star that he has always envisioned her to be. Only one problem...Revenger is in the way. Don't miss this action drenched instant classic collecting Revenger & The Fog 1-4 and the Revenger is Trapped one-shot.


A Novel of Tudor Intrigue

Author: Rory Clements

Publisher: Bantam

ISBN: 0553906550

Category: Fiction

Page: 400

View: 2406

BONUS: This edition contains an excerpt from Rory Clements's Revenger. A young woman is found murdered, her body marked with profane symbols. Even more shocking, she’s one of Queen Elizabeth’s aristocratic cousins. Is there a connection between this tragedy and a plot to assassinate Sir Francis Drake—a plot that, if successful, could leave England defenseless in the face of a Spanish invasion? Enter John Shakespeare, Tudor England’s most remarkable investigator. With the Queen’s brilliant reign in jeopardy, Shakespeare travels through London’s seedy underworld of spies, sorcerers, prostitutes, and theater people, among whom is his own younger brother, the struggling playwright Will. Shadowed by his relentless rival, the Queen’s chief torturer, John Shakespeare must unmask the shocking identity of a killer before the woman he desires becomes the next martyr in a conspiracy almost too horrific to contemplate—a conspiracy whose consequences might still be felt today.

The Revenger's Tragedy

Author: Cyril Tourneur,Thomas Middleton,C. R. A. Foakes

Publisher: Manchester University Press

ISBN: 9780719043758

Category: Drama

Page: 137

View: 9067

Locating the play in relation to the best recent criticism and exploring it's complexities with a contemporary eye furhters the reputution of these marvellous student editions.

After Revelations

The Revenger

Author: J. L. Bolden

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 1475998821

Category: Fiction

Page: 222

View: 8917

“There is no darkness too bleak. For if there lurks evil, I will find and vanquish it. I am the Revenger of God. I exact my purpose with all vengeance.” Eden has always been a peaceful, safe, godly place to live and to raise a family. That’s the foundation of hope for Dragoncyth and his new bride, Draeneen. When circumstances beyond their control and comprehension uproot everything they hold dear, however, they must choose to be either victims of fate—or heroes who change history. The couple embarks on an epic journey to save themselves and all of Eden from annihilation and satanic rule. They both must come to terms with the consequences of their actions and learn to adapt to a new life for which neither of them is prepared. Evil beyond comprehension lurks, and it does not care about the dreams and ambitions of newlyweds or champions. Gelnash, the voice of reason and a pillar of their community, has pledged to guide Dragoncyth through his terror and uncertainty. If anyone can help prepare the young bridegroom for his destiny, it is Gelnash. Battles await him, with creatures more terrible and dangerous than his imagination can conjure, and Dragoncyth will need every ounce of his bravery to survive. Luckily for him, Draeneen is at his side. With what courage they can muster, Dragoncyth and Draeneen build a troop of allies to save their world. But will their valor be enough to turn the tide?

The Revenger's Tragedy

Author: Brian Gibbons

Publisher: A&C Black

ISBN: 1408144751

Category: Drama

Page: 109

View: 3296

"Oh do not jest thy doom" The Revenger's Tragedy is an intense tragic burlesque. Its hero, Vindice, desires to avenge the death of his betrothed. Operating in disguises he provokes discord among his enemies so that they plot against each other. It is an anonymous masterpiece (the play was entered in the Stationer's Register on 7th October 1607 without an author being named) produced at a crucial phase in Jacobean theatre with Hamlet, The Malcontent, Measure for Measure, Volpone and King Lear all recently performed. Written with vivid imagery, the play contains energetic, high-spirited action and brooding, slow-paced scenes on the subjects of death, revenge and evil, culminating in an unexpected ironic climax. This new student edition contains a completely re-edited text of the play and a new Introduction examining this unique combination of poetic tragedy, macabre farce and satire, focused on the dark brilliance of the hero Vindice. It also views the play in wider contexts - of contemporary attitudes to women, as well as contemporary debates concerning rebellion against tyranny.

The Revenger's Tragedy: The State of Play

Author: Gretchen Minton

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 1474280390

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 296

View: 6658

The Revenger's Tragedy (1606), now widely attributed to Thomas Middleton, is a play that provides a dark, satirical response to other revenge tragedies such as Hamlet. With its over-the-top and highly theatrical approach to revenge, The Revenger's Tragedy has emerged as one of the most compelling examples of a drama by one of Shakespeare's contemporaries. This collection of ten newly-commissioned essays situates the play with respect to other Middleton and Shakespeare works as well as repertory, showcasing recent research about the play's engagement with issues such as religion, genre, race, language and performance.

The Revenger's Tragedy

A New Version

Author: Jesse Berger

Publisher: Dramatists Play Service Inc

ISBN: 9780822221456

Category: Drama

Page: 114

View: 8285

THE STORY: This mesmerizing Jacobean thriller, written a few years after Hamlet , is a searing examination of humankind's social need for justice and our animal desire for vengeance. Vindice, the Revenger, sets off a chain reaction of havoc

Revenger #1

Author: Charles Forsman

Publisher: Oily Comics


Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Page: 24

View: 5654

Revenger is about a woman who doesn't take any sh*t. She roams a crumbling United States in the 1980s helping the beaten and exploited even their odds. The first issue kicks off with a call for help from a teenage boy who is concerned about his missing girlfriend. Fans of John Carpenter should check this out. "Revenger maintains a connection to Forsman’s introspective previous works by showing how past trauma haunts the lead heroine, but it also gives him the opportunity to stage forceful fight sequences that are unlike anything he’s done before." –Oliver Sava, AV Club

Revenger #2


Author: Charles Forsman

Publisher: Oily Comics


Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Page: 24

View: 6921

Will Revenger make it out of the bowels of the Hotel Neptune alive? Will she smash some goons with a hammer? Only one way to find out.


Author: Frank Leslie

Publisher: Five Star

ISBN: 9781432837358

Category: Fiction

Page: N.A

View: 7604

"Synopsis: From the celebrated author of the popular Yakima Henry novels, a new western adventure series... After the War Between the States, the former Confederate Mike Sartain came west and joined the frontier cavalry. Wounded by Apaches in Arizona, he was nursed back to health by an old desert rat and his beautiful granddaughter, Jewel. When the prospector and Jewel were viciously murdered by marauding Yankees, Sartain hunted the soldiers down and killed them in his own fierce Cajun style, for Jewel had been carrying Sartain's unborn child. That's how Mike Sartain's lust for revenge got started. That's how he became a wanted man, with a dead-or-alive price on his head. Now, with no choice but to keep on riding, The Revenger rides for anyone who has an ax to grind"--


A John Shakespeare Mystery

Author: Rory Clements

Publisher: Harper Collins

ISBN: 0062356232

Category: Fiction

Page: 480

View: 4218

There will be a terrible reckoning . . . England is at war with Spain, and Queen Elizabeth's court is torn apart by brutal rivalries among ambitious young courtiers. The inimitable investigator John Shakespeare is dragged from retirement to work for the Earl of Essex, the queen's favorite. His mission is to unravel the mystery behind the doomed Roanoke colony in North America, but instead, he uncovers a plot to kill the aging queen. With a plague devastating the country, Catholics being tortured, and John's wife keeping secrets from him, Shakespeare has his own survival to secure. Filled with colorful historical detail, Revenger is a stunning novel of savage betrayals and salacious intrigue.

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