Something is terribly wrong with five-year-old Tommy, and he isnt the only one. They may look like children, but something else lurks under their skin. Tommys mother, Judy, has to make a choicefind help, escape, or go insane. Mommy, come out and watch cartoons wif me, his small voice drifts from under a locked door. Judy bites her bottom lip to hold back a gasp. Join Judy and her new friend Britney as they try to escape a cityboth overrun by a race of creatures that come from a dark place they call the below, and a martial law is put in place to exterminate the phenomenon from the public eye. Along the way, Judy and Britney find the answer to a bitter secret that could change the way humanity thinks about life, death, love, and evilbut are they too late?
and right, but all she could see were trees and the building across the way. Another expensive apartment with a shitty view. No fire escape and no ledge that I can— The thought was cut short as a car squealed its tires around a corner, ...
Author: James Peaton
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Are you free, or are you a machine that suffers from a delusion that it’s free? Free will is perhaps the most important subject of all because if we are authentically free, scientific materialism is ipso facto false, and the world is in urgent need of a revolutionary paradigm shift. This book shows that free will has a most unexpected advocate – mathematics. Only in a mathematical universe can we be free. Only in a mathematical universe can we have a soul. And in a mathematical universe, free will is much better understood as will to power, and to have an intimate connection with cosmic symmetry and “God”. It’s all in the math!
What kind of shitty view is it to worship stasis, to want to be frozen forever in a single state? ... It's easy to see why it's the biggest scam in human history – it offers the greatest imaginable reward.
Author: Mike Hockney
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
FROM EXCITING AUTHOR OF LGBTQ+ ROMANCE APRIL C. GRIFFITH Electra Rex, self-appointed &‘galaxy's greatest starship captain' and last known human, is going to save humanity or get rich trying! Electra Rex, the last human in known space, is broke—worse than broke, deeply in debt and out of options. After a desperate, drunken attempt to fix her faltering life, she finds herself in a deeper hole after stealing the most stylish starship she's ever seen, but it comes with a massive lien. She's left with a fast ship, a nearly indestructible debt-enforcement robot named Letterman watching her every move and a lead on a lucrative job with the mysterious organization known as Bi-MARP, which is set to rebuild Earth on the two-thousand-year anniversary of its destruction. Across two galaxies, she struggles to stay one step ahead of space pirates and creditors, all while trying to catch the eye of a beautiful, vivacious bisexual clone named Treasure, who was recently rescued from a top-secret university lab run by academic squids. She succeeds in seducing Treasure—or perhaps it's the other way around—while they run scams to find earthling relics like the original formula for Coca-Cola, a 1968 Volkswagen Beatle, a mostly complete Monopoly board game and a largely accurate, if not small and green, clone of an elephant. All the while, Electra has to hide the fact that Treasure is actually the most valuable item on the Bi-MARP list—a fertile human female. When the truth of humanity's demise and the goals of Bi-MARP are uncovered, Electra, the galaxy's foremost transgender hero, decides that the riches and fame aren't worth the sacrifices, and she turns on her former employer to rescue Treasure a third time, completing her search for money, what it means to be human without the rest of humanity and, most of all, love.
I just wanted to see your surprised face. ... “Plus, look at that shitty view! Can't get a view that shitty at home. ... Low, squalid buildings stretched through a valley as far as the eye could see to either side of the tram.
Author: April C. Griffith
Publisher: Totally Entwined Group (USA+CAD)
International Bestselling Author Ava Miles’ acclaimed family series, The Merriams, returns with an inspiring story about a billionaire mistaken for homeless and the woman who sees the true riches inside him, in a book that'll make you feel better about the world. Connor Merriam has lost everything: his best friend, his family, and his high-powered job. He's so far gone he can't see any hope for the future… Until he meets Louisa. Louisa Evans has rebuilt everything: her family, her career, and her life. Now she’s helping people in need—and she’s happy. The last complication she needs is a man as mysterious and haunted as Connor. But she can't discount his goodness and is drawn by his desire to assist her goal to help more people in the world. His quiet strength is seductive. And in the rare moments he laughs, the world sparkles. Against all odds—and with the help of the matchmaking efforts of Connor's Aunt Clara and Uncle Arthur—they begin to fall in love. But can Connor let the past go and accept this shot at redemption? And will his family give him a second chance? ----- If you love books by Nora Roberts, Nicholas Sparks, Susan Elizabeth Phillips, Debbie Macomber, Robyn Carr, Elin Hilderbrand, Danielle Steele, Barbara O'Neal, Susan Mallery, Kristan Higgans, Sherryl Woods, Jill Shalvis, Roisin Meaney, Melody Grace, Melissa Foster, Addison Cole, Bella Andre, Lucy Kevin, Brenda Novak, Catherine Bybee, Tricia O'Malley, Kathryn Andrews, RaeAnne Thayne, Sheila O'Flanagan, Cathy Kelly, Ruth Hogan, Jenny Colgan, Shari Low, Sophie Cousens, Portia MacIntosh. Perfect for fans of Sophie Ranald, Mhairi McFarlane and Zara Stoneley, Holly Martin, and Barbara Freethy try Ava’s! Millions love them! For readers who enjoyed the Virgin River series, Happily Inc, Sweetbriar Cove, Sweet Magnolias, Whiskey Creek, and The Callaways and The Gannett Island series, Seaside Summers, Faraday Country, The Sullivans, Veils and Vows, The Summer Sisters, Indigo Bay Sweet Romance series, and more! Keywords: billionaires, second chances, enemies to lovers, friends to lovers, romantic comedy, The Merriams, sweet romance, free series starter
for it, He stepped away from her, turning his body so she couldn't see his face. “He could have killed you, Louisa. ... “That's a simplistic view of the world and a pretty shitty view of this neighborhood, which I love.
Author: Ava Miles
Publisher: Ava Miles Inc.
Over several years, Bertrand Denzler and Jean-Luc Guionnet have interviewed approximately 50 musicians from various backgrounds about their practice of musical improvisation. Musicians include both the very experienced such as Sophie Agnel, Burkhard Beins, John Butcher, Rhodri Davies, Bill Dixon, Phil Durrant, Axel Dörner, Annette Krebs, Daunik Lazro, Mattin, Seijiro Murayama, Andrea Neumann, Jérôme Noetinger, Evan Parker, Eddie Prévost and Taku Unami, as well as those newer to the field. Asked questions on topics such as the mental processes behind a collective improvisation, the importance of the human factor in improvisation, the strategies used and the way musical decisions are made, the interviewees highlight the habits and customs of a practice, as experienced by those who invent it on a daily basis. The interviews were carefully edited in order to produce a sort of grand discussion that draws an incomplete map of the blurred territory of contemporary improvised music.
It's like saying: 'If someone has their eyes closed, they're going to get maximum appreciation of the sounds' whereas for me, that's more of a distraction than if I'm just looking at this shitty view. So then, I suppose that amounts to ...
Author: Bertrand Denzler
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
In the year 2063, on the edge of the Crater formerly known as Montréal, a middle-aged man and his ex’s daughter search for a cult hero: the leader of a short-lived band named after a forgotten work of poetry and known to fans through a forgotten work of music criticism. In this exuberantly plotted verse novel, Guriel follows an obsessive cult-following through the twenty-first century. Some things change (there’s metamorphic smart print for music mags; the Web is called the “Zuck”). Some things don’t (poetry readings are still, mostly, terrible). But the characters, including a robot butler who stands with Ishiguro’s Stevens as one of the great literary domestics, are unforgettable. Splicing William Gibson with Roberto Bolaño, Pale Fire with Thomas Pynchon, Forgotten Work is a time-tripping work of speculative fiction. It’s a love story about fandom, an ode to music snobs, a satire on the human need to value the possible over the actual—and a verse novel of Nabokovian virtuosity.
The bot's view veered Away. With every step, the world appeared To heave and lurch. The bot took up behind A heavy arras. Soon the monks assigned To copy filed in. By this point, Drew Had sidled up to Gibson. “Shitty view,” He said.
Author: Jason Guriel
The dead god is waking. His power-mad priestess has deployed a mass of men and beasts onto the plains of Ro Weir. Faced with this black swarm, the last remnants of a nation crumbles and falls. This is the final battle for the mortal lands of Ro. Far to the north, the ice men of Rowanoco muster their Exemplars against the witch's assassins. In the blistering southern deserts, a squire with no master walks unscathed through a poisoned city. And, in the halls beyond the world, a thrice-born man dares to tread the path of Giants... All that was dead will rise. All that now lives will fall... This is the final epic battle for the Lands of Ro. What people are saying about THE WORLD RAVEN: 'A brilliantly engrossing series, full of action, great stories, a captivating set of characters, now a fitting conclusion' 'All round a cracking end' 'It ties up loose ends and provides a fast paced and well written fantasy novel in doing so' 'Wonderful storytelling skills, something to lose yourself in'
Nice view, though, thought Fynius Black Claw. Well, it was a nice view when the sheets of cloud and snow allowed it to be. That is to say it was a shitty view most of the time. White, tinges of blue, the occasional glimpse of something ...
Author: A.J. Smith
Publisher: Head of Zeus
THE OCTOPUS is a collection of compellingly quirky short-stories and narrative poems that offers something to satisfy every kind of taste and interest: Tales about Ouija boards, the world’s best fried chicken, time-travel, the ecstasy of a new relationship, cloning, the agony of a break-up, misuse of government-grants-for-the-arts, full-moons... Quite often, you won’t be sure what’s coming next. This debut collection paints a series of pictures: some realistic, some surrealistic, each more entertaining than the last, sure to keep readers surprised, amused, bewildered, and fascinated, from beginning-to-end.
Subject to her shitty view as a shitty person! 14 But I still have a soft spot for her. We haven't seen each other for, maybe, sixteen years? But not a week goes by where I don't think of her at least once or twice.
Author: Darren Fernando
An Aussie boy who struggled with life, he had to find the right path or he was doomed. At the age of only fourteen, he felt like he had the weight of the world on his shoulders. The world he was living in became too much for him to handle, and all he wanted was to escape from this harsh reality. It became a matter of life or death, but was he willing to destroy what was destroying him?
Because if we didn't, we would have had a shitty view. When the time came to count down, Stephanie was so hyped. It really made me happy to see her like that because it was only on very rare occasions that I had seen her that happy.
Author: Sofia Williams
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
"I think I am losing my grip on reality. This can't be happening at all. Everything is different all of a sudden. Everything, the connections, the relations, the value system, the suppositions, my theories, my entire life, my existence is dissolving right in front of my eyes. There is total confusion in my mind, my brain. So I stop thinking for the time being. My gut feeling is taking over now. Magdalena must be speaking the truth. Nobody could make that scenario up. I am desperately trying to think straight.” During a holiday trip on Sicily, a former RAF comrade runs into Cornelia, the third generation doctor (RAF vocabulary: third line), who rudely pushes him out of his placid life as a bookseller. She claims the lost RAF ground depots and conjures up his RAF past. At Lake Chiem in Bavaria, they meet other RAF people. During the opening of a depot near Aschaffenburg, things are getting out of hand and culminate in a mysterious murder. Eventually, the situation takes an unexpected turn and a gigantic plot is revealed to him.
“Bad Kleinen ruined us, just because of your shitty view of discipline. Nothing happened, you were just gone, disappeared, and the cops had almost discovered my practice. I'm telling you, if they lock me up, I will kill you before or ...
Author: René Antoine Fayette