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The Book The Wrath of the Revenant
The Author Terry Marchion
The Publisher Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Release Date2017-08-14
Genre
Pages 186
ISBN 1974578852
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: He's been watching . . . and waiting. On New Earth, Tremain has made a new acquaintance, but Alice is not what she seems. She hands him a calling card, but it can't be deciphered. Tremain is called to view a satellite image which shows something that should not be there. Upon investigating, they find Alice. She brings Tremain and Christopher face to face with a vengeful being who resents humanity's growing presence on his planet. The two have one chance to prove that humanity is worth preserving. Can they pacify the Wrath of the Revenant?


The Book Spookverschijning
The Author Michael Punke
The Publisher Prometheus
Release Date2016-01-11
Genre Fiction
Pages
ISBN 9789044625585
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: Michael Punke De spookverschijning Het boek dat de inspiratiebron is van de film The Revenant Lees het boek dat de inspiratiebron is van de internationale bioscoopfilm The Revenant Het is 1823. Langs de rivier de Missouri trekt de 36-jarige avonturier Hugh Glass met een groep pelsjagers een onbekend en zeer gevaarlijk gebied in. Glass ondervindt dit gevaar aan den lijve wanneer hij op brute wijze wordt aangevallen door een grizzlybeer. Dagenlang balanceert hij op het randje van de dood. Zijn medereizigers houden het voor gezien: ze stelen zijn wapens en laten Glass alleen in de wildernis achter. De woede om deze laffe daad geeft de stervende man nieuwe kracht en hij zweert wraak. In de maanden die volgen onderneemt Glass - alleen en ongewapend - een onvoorstelbare tocht van bijna 5000 kilometer door de onherbergzame Amerikaanse wildernis, voortgedreven door de drang naar vergelding. De spookverschijning is een avonturenthriller over verraad en wraak, gebaseerd op een waargebeurde geschiedenis. Michael Punke is de Amerikaanse ambassadeur en permanent vertegenwoordiger bij de Wereldhandelsorganisatie in Genève. Hij groeide op in Wyoming, vlak bij de route die Hugh Glass aflegde. Nu verfilmd als The Revenant door de Oscar-genomineerde regisseur Alejandro González Iñárritu (Babel, Biutiful en 21 Grams), met in de hoofdrollen Leonardo DiCaprio en Tom Hardy.


The Book The Crown of the Revenant King
The Author C. Justin Romano
The Publisher iUniverse
Release Date2010-07-22
Genre Fiction
Pages 328
ISBN 9781450229685
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: Bounty huntress Argentia Dasani isn’t used to being prey, but that’s exactly what she’s become. The heroine of The Shadow Gate Trilogy returns in her most harrowing adventure yet! On the run from a pair of fiendish feline assassins, Argentia joins forces with friends old and new in a quest to stop an ancient evil bent on destroying all Acrevast. From its explosive opening to its final twist, The Crown of the Revenant King With the fate of the world at stake, Argentia pits her wits and her blade against a foe that holds sway over death itself—knowing that even if she can save the future, she’ll still have to survive the enemies of her past ...


The Book The Secret History of Vampires
The Author Claude Lecouteux
The Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release Date2010-02-01
Genre Body, Mind & Spirit
Pages 200
ISBN 9781594776847
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: A look at the forgotten ancestors of the modern-day vampire, many of which have very different characteristics • Looks at the many ancestoral forms of the modern vampire, including shroud eaters, appesarts, and stafi • Presents evidence for the reality of this phenomenon from pre-19th-century newspaper articles and judicial records Of all forms taken by the undead, the vampire wields the most powerful pull on the modern imagination. But the countless movies and books inspired by this child of the night who has a predilection for human blood are based on incidents recorded as fact in newspapers and judicial archives in the centuries preceding the works of Bram Stoker and other writers. Digging through these forgotten records, Claude Lecouteux unearths a very different figure of the vampire in the many accounts of individuals who reportedly would return from their graves to attack the living. These ancestors of the modern vampire were not all blood suckers; they included shroud eaters, appesarts, nightmares, and the curious figure of the stafia, whose origin is a result of masons secretly interring the shadow of a living human being in the wall of a building under construction. As Lecouteux shows, the belief in vampires predates ancient Roman times, which abounded with lamia, stirges, and ghouls. Discarding the tacked together explanations of modern science for these inexplicable phenomena, the author looks back to another folk belief that has come down through the centuries like that of the undead: the existence of multiple souls in every individual, not all of which are able to move on to the next world after death.


The Book Folklore and the Fantastic in Nineteenth Century British Fiction
The Author Jason Marc Harris
The Publisher Routledge
Release Date2016-04-15
Genre Literary Criticism
Pages 248
ISBN 9781317134657
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: Jason Marc Harris's ambitious book argues that the tensions between folk metaphysics and Enlightenment values produce the literary fantastic. Demonstrating that a negotiation with folklore was central to the canon of British literature, he explicates the complicated rhetoric associated with folkloric fiction. His analysis includes a wide range of writers, including James Barrie, William Carleton, Charles Dickens, George Eliot, Sheridan Le Fanu, Neil Gunn, George MacDonald, William Sharp, Robert Louis Stevenson, and James Hogg. These authors, Harris suggests, used folklore to articulate profound cultural ambivalence towards issues of class, domesticity, education, gender, imperialism, nationalism, race, politics, religion, and metaphysics. Harris's analysis of the function of folk metaphysics in nineteenth- and early twentieth-century narratives reveals the ideological agendas of the appropriation of folklore and the artistic potential of superstition in both folkloric and literary contexts of the supernatural.


The Book The Revenant
The Author Michael Punke
The Publisher Picador
Release Date2015-01-06
Genre Fiction
Pages 272
ISBN 9781250066633
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: NOW A MAJOR MOTION PICTURE #1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER A thrilling tale of betrayal and revenge set against the nineteenth-century American frontier, the astonishing story of real-life trapper and frontiersman Hugh Glass The year is 1823, and the trappers of the Rocky Mountain Fur Company live a brutal frontier life. Hugh Glass is among the company’s finest men, an experienced frontiersman and an expert tracker. But when a scouting mission puts him face-to-face with a grizzly bear, he is viciously mauled and not expected to survive. Two company men are dispatched to stay behind and tend to Glass before he dies. When the men abandon him instead, Glass is driven to survive by one desire: revenge. With shocking grit and determination, Glass sets out, crawling at first, across hundreds of miles of uncharted American frontier. Based on a true story, The Revenant is a remarkable tale of obsession, the human will stretched to its limits, and the lengths that one man will go to for retribution.


The Book Death in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Times
The Author Albrecht Classen
The Publisher Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
Release Date2016-04-11
Genre Social Science
Pages 551
ISBN 9783110436976
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: Death is not only the final moment of life, it also casts a huge shadow on human society at large. People throughout time have had to cope with death as an existential experience, and this also, of course, in the premodern world. The contributors to the present volume examine the material and spiritual conditions of the culture of death, studying specific buildings and spaces, literary works and art objects, theatrical performances, and medical tracts from the early Middle Ages to the late eighteenth century. Death has always evoked fear, terror, and awe, it has puzzled and troubled people, forcing theologians and philosophers to respond and provide answers for questions that seem to evade real explanations. The more we learn about the culture of death, the more we can comprehend the culture of life. As this volume demonstrates, the approaches to death varied widely, also in the Middle Ages and the early modern age. This volume hence adds a significant number of new facets to the critical examination of this ever-present phenomenon of death, exploring poetic responses to the Black Death, types of execution of a female murderess, death as the springboard for major political changes, and death reflected in morality plays and art.


The Book Revenant
The Author Larissa Ione
The Publisher Hachette UK
Release Date2014-12-16
Genre Fiction
Pages 416
ISBN 9781405528443
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: HELL HATH NO FURY . . . For five thousand years, Revenant believed he was alone in the world, a fallen angel beyond any redemption. Now he finds he has a twin brother who had all the light and love Revenant was denied. Caught in a tug of war between Heaven and Hell, he must weigh his thirst for revenge against his desire for a mysterious female named Blaspheme-a female whose very origins could deliver him into salvation . . . or destruction. LIKE AN ANGEL SCORNED Blaspheme has a deadly secret: she's the forbidden offspring of an angel and a fallen angel. Hunted by both heavenly and satanic forces, she has survived only by laying low and trusting no one. When Revenant claims he can save them both, how can she possibly believe him? But the powerful angel is persistence incarnate and for Blaspheme, there's no place she can hide in Heaven or Hell where he won't find her . . .


The Book The Revenants
The Author Geoffrey Farrington
The Publisher Dedalus Limited
Release Date2001
Genre Fiction
Pages 245
ISBN 1903517044
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: A welcome return in a revised edition of Geoffrey Farrington's masterpiece of classic Gothic horror. A family curse reaches through time to damn a young man in Victorian Cornwall.


The Book The Individual and Community Life
The Author John Beech
The Publisher John Donald Publishers
Release Date2005
Genre Ethnology
Pages 671
ISBN 0859766322
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: In life there are events common to all individuals as consequence of the simple fact that they are alive. Study of the ways in which these common events affect different individuals of differing cultural backgrounds helps to guide us to a more informed understanding of the human experience. In The Individual and Community Life this has been achieved in four parts. In Part One the notable stages of the life cycle - birth, death, childhood and maturity - are considered. However, there are many external, independent and varied influences which shape a life. Part Two widens the scope of topics examined before going on to more directly consider the placing of the individual within a community. The different types of community, from secure settlements to travelling societies are then explored in Part Three. The final section looks at a different kind of community, that of the wider ethnic and social world and of the results of immigration into Scotland, where a large variety of cultures have arrived, forcing the Scottish community to reassess itself. The Individual and Community Life is the fourth volume to appear in the planned fourteen volume series, A Compendium of Scottish Ethnology, the major project of the European Ethnological Research Centre. The overall aim of this project being to examine, in their international setting, the interlocking strands of history, language and traditional culture that go into the making of a national identity.


The Book Impure
The Author J. R. Bailey
The Publisher iUniverse
Release Date2014-06-18
Genre Fiction
Pages 268
ISBN 9781491733745
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: As darkness spills down from the north and stains all it touches with sin, a den of vampires known as the Great Citadel reaches out with its snaking hands. A change in the winds is signified by the death of an emperor and the time for retribution has come. No one desires vengeance more than Koristad Altessor, a young necromancer and son of the legendary Black Guardian. Although it has been nearly twenty years since the Vampire King murdered his father, stole his throne, and then unleashed barbarians upon the defenseless villages of the foothills, Koristad's thirst to kill the evil king remains unquenched. As he relentlessly searches for the monster and attempts to protect those he loves, Koristad's own legend begins to take shape. With the powerful Executor Blade in hand, he sets his sights upon the Great Citadel and the Vampire King. But now only time will tell if he is prepared for the terrible secrets he may find there. In this continuing tale, a child of darkness instigates a mission of revenge against the lord of all vampires a conflict destined to shake the very pillars of hell and test him in ways he never imagined.


The Book Wrath Bones
The Author A. J. Aalto
The Publisher Booktrope Editions
Release Date2015-12-16
Genre
Pages 404
ISBN 1513706853
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: Marnie Baranuik is confident that her new psychic detective agency will be a great success, and she has eight million business cards to prove it. But before the paint even dries on her open for business sign, she's summoned to face the Demon King Asmodeus in His own playground, the revenant court, home of the undead nobility, to participate in a conclave of the most powerful immortals on Earth. Orc prophets have forewarned her that danger is looming in the far north. In her most ambitious adventure yet, Marnie must harness her powers, gather trusted friends to wade into battle, and complete an international treasure hunt that would make Indiana Jones break into a cold sweat, before raising a new revenant house to rule from the Unhallowed Throne... and do it all without getting her heart or legs broken. Storms are brewing, threats are piling up, and the stakes are higher than ever, but Marnie is determined to dance with danger to the very end. There's only one thing left to do: deal with it, Baranuik-Style. Does anyone know if yetis like take-out? And when you're on a date with a mummy, who picks up the check?


The Book The Best Paranormal Crime Stories Ever Told
The Author Martin H. Greenberg
The Publisher Skyhorse Publishing, Inc.
Release Date2010-11-01
Genre Fiction
Pages 512
ISBN 9781628732436
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: Paranormal crime stories by bestselling fiction writers like Kelley Armstrong, Anne Perry, Simon R. Green, Patricia Briggs, and more. A massive, monumental volume of paranormal crime fiction by bestselling authors. Gripping tales of mayhem include both novellas and short stories like “Stalked by,” by Kelley Armstrong, “The Judgment” by worldwide bestselling author Anne Perry, “Appetite for Murder” by Simon R. Green, “, “Road Dogs” by Norman Partridge, “The Hex Is In” by Mike Resnick, “Doppelgangster” by Laura Resnick, the chilling “If Vanity Doesn’t Kill Me” by Michael A. Stackpole, and many, many, more. Compiled and edited by the world’s most prolific anthologist—the award-winning Martin H. Greenberg—this is the biggest paranormal crime book on the market and the ultimate collection for crime lovers, ghost hunters, and thrill seekers everywhere. Also included are multiple stories by New York Times bestselling authors. The Best Paranormal Crime Stories Ever Told is a new book in the series, which includes The Best Hunting Stories Ever Told and The Best Fishing Stories Ever Told.


The Book Revenant Savior
The Author Dominick Cancilla
The Publisher
Release Date2004-05-01
Genre Fiction
Pages 160
ISBN 1587670747
Language English, Spanish, And French
The Book The natural history of the vampire
The Author Anthony Masters
The Publisher Putnam Pub Group
Release Date1972-06-01
Genre Body, Mind & Spirit
Pages 258
ISBN STANFORD:36105033935474
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: Explores the myths and beliefs surrounding vampires and relates accounts of their activities from the eleventh century


The Book Troublesome Corpses
The Author David Keyworth
The Publisher
Release Date2007-01-01
Genre Dead
Pages 320
ISBN UVA:X030338005
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: Since earliest times man has feared troublesome corpses. European folklore is particualrly rich in tales of vampires and reanimated cadavers.


The Book Treatise on Vampires Revenants
The Author Augustin Calmet
The Publisher
Release Date1993-01-01
Genre Religion
Pages 192
ISBN UVA:X002436880
Language English, Spanish, And French
The Book Superheroes
The Author John Varley
The Publisher Berkley Publishing Group
Release Date1995-01-01
Genre Fiction
Pages 373
ISBN 0441001378
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: A collection of stories describing the adventures of such superheroes as Captain Cosmos and Captain Housework


The Book What Do I Read Next 2002
The Author Gale Group
The Publisher Gale Cengage
Release Date2002-10-22
Genre Literary Criticism
Pages 712
ISBN 0787652954
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: Contains descriptions of 1,201 books in nine fiction genres published in late 2001 and 2002, each including the author or editor's name, publication information, story type, major characters, subject, plot summary, and lists of reviews and other books by the same writer; arranged alphabetically by author in each genre section.


The Book What Do I Read Next
The Author
The Publisher
Release Date2002
Genre Fiction genres
Pages
ISBN IND:30000053696948
Language English, Spanish, And French