Ginger Wald and her identical twin brothers, Nat and Pat, are lost in the woods. No problem. After all, Ginger did go to that stupid nature camp. Still, there's something odd about this part of the woods. The grass is yellow. The bushes are purple. And the trees are like skyscrapers. Then Ginger and her brothers meet the beasts. They're big blue furry creatures. And they want to play a game. But in this game, the winners get to live. The losers get eaten...
This work represents a distinctive school of alchemy -- it belonged to a period that had inherited a bitter experience of the failures, impostures, and misery surrounding the "Magnum Opus" and its mystical quest. The treatises contained in this volume are by the authors of historical legend: John de Mehung, Nicholas Flamel, Basil Valentine, Eirenaeus Philalethes, Helvetius, Michael Maier, Michael Sendivogius, Nicholas Barnaud Delphinas, and Basilius Valentinus. Illustrated.
Spotlighting news articles, historical accounts, and firstperson interviews, this chronicle of human interactions with monsters will convince even the most hardened skeptic of the existence of the bogeyman, bigfoot, werewolves, and swamp creatures. Offering an array of wild reports—from the police officer who begrudgingly responded to a call about a longhaired woman flying over a suburban neighborhood only to find himself calling for backup when she attacked his patrol car to the motorist whose headlights illuminated a sevenfoot tall, wolflike creature that stood on its hind legs—this historical record highlights scary and unbelievable narratives. From slightly demented humans to spinetingling paranormal encounters, each outlandish occurrence is detailed with thorough research and recounted with a storyteller's crafted voice.
A brilliant author and profound poet Mr. Ashley gives you a bold but realistic account of prison life.” Wisdom from the Beast” gives insight into the nature of the criminal thinking and also addresses some of the elements in America culture which corrupt the thought process of man and mankind. This powerful book presents the problem of criminal thinking and also gives a solution on a social and political. There is over one million people incarcerated in America, thus it is a need for “Wisdom from the beast” in the personal libraries of inmates, former inmates, and human beings in general.
Cheating, Stealing, Spandex and the Most Villainous Moments in the History of Pro Wrestling
Author: John Chattman
Publisher: Pitch Publishing
Category: Sports & Recreation
Girls love bad boys, and it's no different in the world of pro wrestling. Whether it was Jake 'The Snake' Roberts, 'Macho Man' Randy Savage, or Ric Flair, wrestling fans have historically gravitated toward the 'heel' or villain. Just as they've previously covered deceased wrestlers and their unforgettable gimmicks, Jon Chattman and Rich Tarantino's latest head-locking adventure celebrates the not-so-good, the bad and downright terrible acts of villainy in the world of pro wrestling. With a foreword by 'The Innovator of Violence'Tommy Dreamer, Time Heels takes an up-close look at the world of heels over the past 30 years, counting down the top heinous moments, wacky lists, first-hand fan perspectives, foreign objects and stables in 256 jam-packed pages of why the bad guys do it better. They say time heals all wounds - well, read this book and you will soon see why heels have stood the test of time.
The UN Threat to America's Sovereignty and Security
Author: Nathan Tabor
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
Category: Political Science
"Is the United Nations the benign force for good that so many proclaim? Or is there a darker agenda at work behind the scenes? Nathan Tabor reveals the sinister plan behind the glossy image of world cooperation painted by the UN and its defenders. The Beast on the East River includes original research into key policy areas, including population control, education, and the international criminal court. And it offers practical steps that concerned American citizens can take before it's too late. In his debut book, rising conservative voice Nathan Tabor offers a frightening exposé of the United Nations' global power grab and its ruthless attempt to control US education, law, gun ownership, taxation, and reproductive rights. "We are already very nearly at the point of no return," says Tabor, "and most Americans aren't even aware of the impending danger. This book is a call to immediate action?read its contents very carefully. What you will discover may surprise and anger you."