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He and Vermeulen spend a great night drinking Raki. EB: I know you are a fan of noir. Would you consider your Vermeulen series noir? I think I distinguish between personal and systemic endings. So that might me more gris then noir. The story weaves together two mysteries, one in and one in the present.
He is also editor of the anthologies Writing for Animals and Among Animals. His short stories have been published by literary journals such as Phoebe , Qu , Flyway , and Antennae. Yunker is also the co-founder of Ashland Creek Press , a publisher devoted to environmental and animal rights literature. He also has a passion for languages and for helping organizations develop better multilingual websites. You can find more of his work at JohnYunker. What prompted you to revisit the characters from The Tourist Trail. And I too wanted to know what happened to Robert when he stepped off the plane in Namibia.
EB: One of the things that impressed me was the characterization and dialogue. You seemed to do a lot with a small ensemble of well-developed characters. This applies to playwriting as well. EB: The structure of the book, following three characters in different situations, was an interesting choice but it also required a sharp eye for details. How did you research the many convincing details, about seal hunting, espionage, chicken farming and more?
JY: Great question. Research, research and more research. Which includes everything from Wikipedia to Google Maps to following specific animal activists and court cases, as well as scientific journals and random news articles. EB: Are animal right groups routinely targeted as terrorist or tracked by private security? Where the Oceans Hide Their Dead painted a complex, fraught picture of activism. JY: The FBI has targeted animal rights groups for decades now, but the risks for activists have become acute over the past decade.
In , the government passed the Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act, which effectively allowed the government to label anyone who simply disrupted the activities of a slaughterhouse or animal testing laboratory as a terrorist. In addition to the FBI, corporations hire private firms to monitor and in some cases infiltrate these groups. Being from St. Louis, I grew up not very far from Monsanto which inspired a portion of the book. The town is now called Sauget, and it includes a superfund site. I knew only that Monsanto was a very large company and that it had very tight security.
I now know a great deal more about the company, as do a growing number of Americans. JY: I do. Do you have connections with some of the other places you wrote about in the book? But not all. Sadly, the seal slaughter along the shores of Namibia is all too true and still happening today. I did get to know, virtually, a man who rescued the stray seals who washed ashore in South Africa.
The thing about people who devote their lives to rescuing animals — it can be such a heartbreaking and lonely life. This book, as well as the first, is my attempt to tell their stories. Abbigail N. Rosewood was born in Vietnam, where she lived until the age of twelve. Abbigail Rosewood currently lives and writes in New York. You can follow her at abbigailrosewood. Rosewood: Thank you for reading!
It has been a pleasant surprise to receive so much support from friends and strangers, but it means a lot coming from you who taught me at SOU. EB: It felt to me to be a novel about longing and wanting people to be what we needed them to be. Is that part of the immigrant experience do you think? AR: Loneliness is a universal human condition and for those who migrate, it is both the prerequisite and outcome. It is impossible to be ripped off from your roots and not feel intensely isolated.
Within an isolation chamber, memories resound much louder and manifest themselves again and again as the immigrant attempts to digest the pain of being psychically fractured—being between cultures, languages, memories, and between truths as well. All the time people gravitate towards familiarity, echoes of their childhood. Familiarity becomes a guiding post on who to love, what to eat, and unfairly who to hate and fear as well.
Parts of her evolution is coming to the realization that she has failed to really see the person she claims to love for who they are. EB: Can you tell us about the title? There is a nice reveal at the end but all through the book I was playing with different understandings of that. I wondered if you were intentionally giving the readers different ways to see that in some of the pairings of the characters.
I do hope for readers to get a multilayered understanding of the title. It is a gift to be both and neither, but it comes at an enormous cost. Narrative gives me the opportunity to create situations that are nuanced, emotionally and morally ambiguous, which can be demanding of readers. It is my hope that readers can juggle the questions and hold all these contradictions in mind. EB: If I Had Two Lives is story-driven, but from time to time you allow the protagonist some room to philosophize and reflect. Were you conscious of the moments when you had the main character meditate on life or did those moments just happen?
Was she taking over? AR: There are many successful literary works I admire that is only telling or showing. I try to balance both. Still, it is my firm belief that nothing can ever be subtle enough. Occasionally, however, it is useful to be exact, to give readers emotional anchors or affirmations of what they already know. Can you talk about the namelessness? AR: As soon as something is named it loses ambiguity, which to me is a great loss. It feels honest that my central characters should not be easily pinned down or defined, especially the protagonist because she suffers profoundly from the psychic ruptures of being in-between.
I myself have a complicated relationship with names. I suppose this might be one difference between life and fiction, the novel can afford some impracticalities in service of a higher truth. EB: Was one of the lives easier to tell than the other? I liked the way you brought the lives together at the end.
AR: Thank you. It is hard to give any life the intricacies that it deserves. In that sense I am aware that like most novels, this one too is a failure. I started writing it when I was twenty-five, finished it at twenty-six, and published it at twenty-nine. A month before publication, I had one last chance to edit minor details. Because it has been a few year since I read it, I had enough distance to see how flawed it was, how full of naiveties. At some point, in order to publish, all writers have to contend with this reality—their ego—the arrogant idea that a work could be perfected.
I think, art, if it were to really live, it must do so with errors, loose ends. EB: What was the process of writing the novel like for you? Did much change from the earliest versions? AR: It was the absolute best part of the whole thing. Moments are expanded so that the work grows in volume. The novel happens to be my chosen medium so there are certain requirements to fulfill, one of which is length, but the emotional core can be expressed with a song, a brushstroke, a knife fight.
I have great respect for poets for this reason, their ability to move worlds with a few syllables. EB: Perhaps this is an unfair question but how much of the story is autobiographical? Or is the novel all fiction? My writing will always be honest in this way and autobiographical even if I were writing about dragons. Martha Darr at the Panama Canal. Ed Battistella: Tell our readers a little bit about your work as a translator and poet? Martha Darr: I am a poet and a literary translator- Spanish to English currently — I may try my hand at working with another language in the near future.
Appreciation is fuel, keeps me going. MD: With a poem you can express feelings economically, concisely in a way that moves readers, helps them think beyond the everyday. It is a wonderful and challenging practice. It has been noted that in a dictatorship, intellectuals and artists are especially among the targeted. A regime is aware of this ability to arouse strong feelings in others, which is considered dangerous.
Poets have certainly been among the victims. There is real power in the skillful use of the pen. MD: Examining the structure of languages unlike my own has been helpful. You are provided with other ways to view communication and a larger set of inventory to play with when appropriate. MD: I began writing creatively years ago when I was young: jingles, poems, lyrics to religious hymn, even a very short flash story written in a creole for a class assignment, but gave this all up when I entered college.
In a desperate move to get back to creative literary writing, I kicked myself out of academia years later, praying I would not fall into a black hole of oblivion. MD: A large part of the process for me is simply generating ideas, letting the messiness appear then getting out of my own way to allow the real stuff to surface.
I try to focus on writing daily, usually in the a. This can take anywhere from an hour and half to four hours a day. MD: I now realize it is a gift to have been raised reading the Bible from an early age. The Book of Psalms, for example, is full of beauty and meaning. A background in fantasy and oral tradition have also been very helpful. MD: I am continuing to submit individual pieces and pulling a group of poems together for a manuscript I hope to complete by fall.
My challenge will be to arrange them within a unified theme. So many ideas, so little time. Like the other books in the Yucatan Quartet, Flamingo Lane is a standalone novel that explores the classic noir themes of greed, betrayal, and revenge. EB: You are a writer of Southern noir? How is Southern noir different from other noir styles?
TA: Southern noir novels, exemplified by writers like Ron Rash in North Carolina and Tom Franklin in Mississippi, are often set in rural or small-town locales, and tend to feature poor or working-class characters. That said, the major elements of traditional noir — a money trail, a femme or in many cases these days a male fatale, a dupe — remain firmly in place. TA: I began writing poetry and short fiction in high school and never really stopped. Like committing those crimes! What does poetry mean to you? For me, writing poetry is a way to slow the world down and focus in on something specific, a canoe trip with one of my daughters or the funeral of a friend or a memory of how cornfields looked on summer mornings in Indiana when I was a boy.
TA: I could name a hundred influences. TA: The Yucatan Quartet chronicles the lives of a group of expats who meet in a village in the Yucatan in the s. Over the years, their lives continue to intersect because of certain unfortunate incidents that took place back in Mexico. Like all noir, the books go to some dark places. But there are glimmers of hope and redemption too, a faint light at the end of a long, scary tunnel. EB: Good luck with you new book, Flamingo Lane.
Thanks for talking with us. Language is a cornerstone of culture. The language a group of people speaks is a way of expressing their cultural beliefs, customs, and values. Similarly, dialects and accents define culture as well. The way in which people speak is a method of unification and expression. Languages, dialects, and accents evolve and shift over time, revealing certain aspects of society.
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The varieties of speech favored by a society are reflective of social stratification and the standard for language, and these ideas can often be seen portrayed in media. The Mid-Atlantic accent, a non-rhotic style of speech found in New England and along the East Coast, has a rich history. After its rise in popularity after the elocution movement in the 18th century, it took to the big screen and ultimately became a defining factor of the film industry during the Golden Age of Hollywood.
Analyzing the Mid-Atlantic accent and its history through the lens of the film industry reveals its role in reflecting the ever-changing class relations within society. These religious separatists fled England in order to practice their religion and worship God freely, and their arrival in New England can be regarded as the epicenter of what would become American English. As more and more Europeans began infiltrating America, the English language was being used and taught along over a thousand miles of the eastern coast by the end of the 17th century.
There are fewer than a dozen borrowed Native American words found in the writings of the Founding Fathers. Nicholas Flamel lives. But only because he has been making the elixir of life for centuries. The secret of eternal life is hidden within the book he protects--the Book of Abraham the Mage. It's the most powerful book that has ever existed. In the wrong hands, it will destroy the world. That's exactly what Dr. John Dee plans to do when he steals it. Humankind won't know what's happening until it's too late.
And if the prophecy is right, Sophie and Josh Newman are the only ones with the power to save the world as we know it. Sometimes legends are true. And Sophie and Josh Newman are about to find themselves in the middle of the greatest legend of all time. While there is plenty here to send readers rushing to their encyclopedias A fabulous read.
But what if the danger is deeper than that? How do you know who to trust when everyone's keeping secrets? What do you do when the person you'd relied on most suddenly isn't there for support? How do you weigh one life against another? Tella Holloway is losing it. Her brother is sick, and when a dozen doctors can't determine what's wrong, her parents decide to move to the middle of nowhere for the fresh air.
She's lost her friends, her parents are driving her crazy, her brother is dying--and she's helpless to change anything. Until she receives mysterious instructions on how to become a Contender in the Brimstone Bleed. It's an epic race across jungle, desert, ocean, and mountain that could win her the prize she desperately desires: the Cure for her brother's illness.
But all the Contenders are after the Cure for people they love, and there's no guarantee that Tella or any of them will survive the race. Ever since the Titans appeared in her Detroit neighborhood, Astrid Sullivan's world has revolved around the mechanical horses. It's not just the thrill of the race. It's the engineering of the horses themselves and the way they're programmed to seem so lifelike. The Titans are everything that fascinates Astrid, and nothing she'll ever touch. She hates them a little, too.
Her dad lost everything betting on the Titans. And the races are a reminder of the gap between the rich jockeys who can afford the expensive machines and the working class friends and neighbors of Astrid's who wager on them. But when Astrid's offered a chance to enter an early model Titan in this year's derby, well, she decides to risk it all. Because for a girl from the wrong side of the tracks, it's more than a chance at fame or money. Betting on herself is the only way she can see to hang on to everyone in the world she cares about.
They are there in prehistory, when a girl picks up a charred stick and makes the first written signs; there tens of centuries later, hiding in the treacherous waters of Golden Beck that take Anna, who people call a witch; there in the halls of a Long Island hospital at the beginning of the 20th century, where a mad poet watches the oceans and knows the horrors it hides; and there in the far future, as an astronaut faces his destiny on the first spaceship sent from earth to colonize another world. Each of the characters in these mysterious linked stories embarks on a journey of discovery and survival; carried forward through the spiral of time, none will return to the same place.
Setterfield is a master storyteller High prose expressed with rare clarity, story for the unashamed sake of story, a kind of moral dreaminess On a dark midwinter's night in an ancient inn on the river Thames, an extraordinary event takes place. The regulars are telling stories to while away the dark hours, when the door bursts open on a grievously wounded stranger. In his arms is the lifeless body of a small child. Hours later, the girl stirs, takes a breath and returns to life. Is it a miracle?
Is it magic? Or can science provide an explanation? These questions have many answers, some of them quite dark indeed. Those who dwell on the river bank apply all their ingenuity to solving the puzzle of the girl who died and lived again, yet as the days pass the mystery only deepens. The child herself is mute and unable to answer the essential questions: Who is she? Where did she come from? And to whom does she belong? But answers proliferate nonetheless. Three families are keen to claim her.
A farming family reeling from the discovery of their son's secret liaison, stand ready to welcome their granddaughter. The parson's housekeeper, humble and isolated, sees in the child the image of her younger sister. But the return of a lost child is not without complications and no matter how heartbreaking the past losses, no matter how precious the child herself, this girl cannot be everyone's.
Each family has mysteries of its own, and many secrets must be revealed before the girl's identity can be known. Suspenseful, romantic, and richly atmospheric, the beginning of this novel will sweep you away on a powerful current of storytelling, transporting you through worlds both real and imagined, to the triumphant conclusion whose depths will continue to.
World War II is drawing to a close in East Prussia and thousands of refugees are on a desperate trek toward freedom, many with something to hide. Forced by circumstance to unite, the three find their strength, courage, and trust in each other tested with each step closer to safety. Just when it seems freedom is within their grasp, tragedy strikes. Not country, nor culture, nor status matter as all ten thousand people aboard must fight for the same thing: survival.
Josie, the seventeen-year-old daughter of a French Quarter prostitute, is striving to escape New Orleans and enroll at prestigious Smith College when she becomes entangled in a murder investigation. Presumably the only witness to the horrific and bloody murder of his entire family, a teenage boy must outwit not only the mental health professionals determined to cure his delusion, but also the demonic forces only he can see.
With the opening of a window into a demon world, a boy discovers his powers as a Disciple and his mission to hunt the viciously powerful Demonata to the death. While on a horror movie set with his Uncle Dervish, Grubbs Grady realizes that his battle with the evil demon master Lord Loss may be about to resume. The demonic Fomorii ravages the land, forcing Bec and her warrior companions to leave the devastated area to search for the secrets of Bec's past. Grubbs Grady has defeated demons and managed to move on with his life, but strange symptoms during the full moon show him his dark days are not over--and he may not be able to fight his werewolf genes.
Grubbs Grady tries to resist his werewolf urges and evade the eight-armed grasp of the demonic Lord Loss. As Bec's relationship with Dervish improves, werewolves and demons attack and she sends Shark and Meera through a window to another universe to seek Beranabus, and soon all must face an even greater force of evil, the Shadow. Grubbs Grady leads his team in pursuit of the Lambs, demonic sheep that may have information about the Shadow's army, and battle other demonic beings along the way.
Bec, Kernel, and Grubbs gear up for the fight of their lives as the final battle between Earth and the hoardes of the Demonata draws near. The world of internationally acclaimed author Darren Shan's Cirque Du Freak brought to life as you've never seen it before! Darren Shan was an average kid until destiny brought him to the Cirque du Freak. Now Darren's been immersed into a shadowy world inhabited by vampires, werewolves, and strange creatures the likes of which he's never imagined, and his life will be changed forever! Darren Shan's days as an ordinary schoolboy are over, and his life as the vampire's assistant has begun!
With his mentor, Larten Crepsley, Darren joins the Cirque du Freak and slowly begins settling into his new role there, an adjustment made simpler when he makes a couple of new friends among the Cirque's performers. But life as a half-vampire can never be easy or ordinary - as Darren learns only too well when tragedy strikes! Accompanying his master, Mr. Crepsley, on a trip to the city, half-vampire Darren Shan is ready to enjoy a pleasant holiday away from the Cirque du Freak with his friend Evra. But when he learns of a string of grisly murders whose victims have been drained of blood, Darren begins to suspect that his mentor may be involved.
Has Mr. Crepsley crossed the line, or could it be that some creature more fearsome than a vampire haunts the city's streets? Darren and Mr. Crepsley embark on a dangerous trek to the very heart of the vampire world. Will a meeting with the Vampire Princes restore Darren's human side, or turn him further toward the darkness?
Only one thing is certain - Darren's initiation into the vampire clan is more deadly than he ever could have imagined! In agreeing to undergo the Trials of Initiation in order to restore Mr. Crepsley's honor, Darren may have bitten off more than a half-vampire can chew. Each trial is taxing than the last, and despite his resolve, Darren simply may not be up to the task! In the depths of Vampire Mountain, though, a threat even deadlier than the Trials is stirring B Smith doesn't fully buy into Dad's racism, but figures it's easier to go along with it than risk the fights and abuse that will surely follow sticking up for Muslims, black, or immigrants.
That is, until zombies attack. This bind-up of the first three novellas in Darren Shan's Zom-B series leads B on a mad dash through the corridors of high school, a secret underground military complex, and the dangerous streets of a very changed London, making allegiances with anyone who has enough gall to fight off the deadly--and undead--attackers. With over pages of gripping adventure through a zombie-infested hell on earth and gory illustrations, this bind-up is sure to thrill even the most insatiable of horror fans.
After Sophie Winters survives a brutal attack in which her best friend, Mina, is murdered, she sets out to find the killer. At the same time she must prove she is free of her past Oxy addiction and in no way to blame for Mina's death. Then, one day, she decided that, whenever she had an emotion for which she had no word, she would make one up.
At long last, all your complicated feelings can be put into words, so you can recognize them for what they are, speak their names aloud, and move on. Five years ago, high school senior Helena Kelly disappeared from her backyard in Dexby, Connecticut, never to be heard from again. Her family was left without any answers—without any idea who killed Helena, or why. Determined to get to the bottom of the mystery, she agrees to spend spring break in Connecticut working on the case with Maddy Wright, her best friend from Case Not Closed.
However, the moment she steps off the train, things start to go wrong. Alongside Brett, another super-user from the site, they slowly begin to unravel the secrets Helena kept in the weeks before her disappearance. But the killer is watching…and determined to make sure the case stays cold.
That is, until twenty-one-year-old Chelsea Dawson disappeared. The social media star was last seen enjoying a beautiful summer night at the Jersey Shore with her friends. But after an explosive fight with her ex-boyfriend, she vanished without a trace. So when Maddox receives an invitation to the Shore from none other than their primary suspect, the Amateurs begin an intense new investigation.
Ava, Caitlin, Mackenzie, Julie, and Parker are all perfectionists, and all hate the same person: handsome womanizer Nolan Hotchkiss, who has done things to hurt each of them. After they come up with the perfect plan to murder Nolan jokingly , he turns up dead in the exact way they had discussed, and the girls suddenly become prime suspects in his murder. Mackenzie, Ava, Caitlin, Julie, and Parker have done some not-so-perfect things.
It's just a coincidence that Nolan died in exactly the way they planned. Except Nolan wasn't the only one they fantasized about killing. When one of their tightly-knit group mysteriously disappears, four high school girls find their friendship difficult to maintain when they begin receiving taunting messages from someone who seems to know everything about their past and present secrets. After their friend Alison, missing for more than three years, turns up dead, four former best friends, each of whom had a secret known only by Alison, begin receiving frightening messages from someone identified by the letter "A.
Best friends Spencer, Aria, Emily, and Hanna find themselves under suspicion when the mysterious stranger named A tries to blame one of the girls for the death of their friend Alison and threatens to reveal the girls' darkest secrets. Spencer, Hanna, Aria, and Emily, friends since seventh grade at the exclusive Rosewood school in Pennsylvania, find their history of telling small, convenient little lies catching up with them when a mysterious person named A begins making threats, hinting that he or she knows what really happened to their murdered friend Alison.
Among the mega mansions and perfectly manicured hedges of Rosewood, Pennsylvania, everyone has something to hide—especially four very pretty little liars. High school juniors Spencer, Hanna, Aria, and Emily have been keeping secrets ever since their best friend, Alison DiLaurentis, disappeared three years ago. But when the girls begin receiving threatening notes from someone named "A," their secrets—the big ones, the little ones, even the long-buried ones—no longer seem so safe.
Unravel the Pretty Little Liars' wildest mysteries in this special box set. But remember, nothing is as it seems in Rosewood. Forgetting the lessons they should have learned after being stalked by "A," Hanna, Spencer, Emily, and Aria-- high school juniors in Rosewood, Pennsylvania--return to their wicked, deceitful ways, but this time the consequences will be deadly. Former best friends Emily, Aria, Hanna, and Spencer continue to live in fear as they struggle to keep hidden even more secrets and someone new begins stalking them via their cell phones.
Hanna, Aria, Emily, and Spencer have been telling some outrageous stories, but no one seems to believe them, so when a killer comes after them, they wonder if the town of Rosewood will believe them. Hanna, Aria, Spencer, and Emily, having drifted apart after their best friend and leader, Alison, disappeared years earlier, find themselves in grave danger when they decide to pursue the truth about what happened to Alison.
After Alison DiLaurentis has been gone for a year, Aria, Hanna, Spencer, and Emily discover that someone has been keeping Alison's spirit alive and knows all their dark secrets. Aria is having boy trouble, Emily is exploring her wild side, Hanna finds romance with an enemy, Spencer is haunted by someone from her past, and Aria learns a secret that the four high school seniors thought would not leave spring break.
Spencer, Aria, Emily, and Hanna have been trying to pull their lives together since Alison DiLaurentis tried to kill them, but a new A begins to stalk them and use their secrets to torture them. By Shepard, SaraThe girls embark on a cruise vacation away from Rosewood, but trouble follows and new secrets are formed as Emily gets friendly with a stowaway, Aria goes treasure-hunting, Spencer goes overboard for a crush, and Hanna is reunited with someone from the past.
Now they're determined to take the fight to A. As the rest of Rosewood prepares for the prom, the girls drop everything in their hunt for A.
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But with each new piece of evidence, A only seems farther away. No matter how close the liars get, A is always one step ahead—and ready to crush them completely. High school seniors Aria, Emily, Hanna, and Spencer have all done horrible things--things that would put them behind bars if anyone ever found out.
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And their stalker 'A' knows everything. So far A has kept their secrets, using them to torture the girls. But now A's changed the game. Suddenly the girls are hauled in for questioning, and all their worlds begin to unravel. If A's plan succeeds, Rosewood's pretty little liars will be locked away for good High school seniors Aria, Emily, Spencer, and Hanna barely survived their most recent encounter with A. And it's not over yet. The police don't believe that the real A is still out there, but the girls know what—and who—they saw.
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If they don't track down this final tormentor soon, A will silence them forever. On trial for murdering an actually still-alive Alison DiLaurentis, only Aria, Emily, Spencer, and Hanna know they have been framed and resolve to beat Ali at her own game. Contains the first two books in Sara Shepard's Pretty Little Liars series, in which four girls from Pennsylvania's elite Rosewood neighborhood hide shocking secrets following the disappearance of their best friend.
Contains the third and fourth books in Sara Shepard's Pretty Little Liars series, in which four girls from Pennsylvania's elite Rosewood neighborhood hide shocking secrets following the disappearance of their best friend. Emma is shocked to learn she has a twin sister, Sutton, but on the day the girls are supposed to meet, Sutton is killed, and Emma risks everything to slip into her twin's life and try to bring the killer to justice. Emma Paxton, who has taken over her missing twin's life in the hopes of finding her killer, discovers that her lies may wind up costing her her own life.
Emma, posing as her murdered twin sister Sutton, searches for her killer, but the situation becomes complicated when Sutton's body is discovered. Sutton Mercer watches as her long-lost twin, Emma Paxton, takes over her identity to solve the mystery of her murder, but when the potential killer--handsome Thayer Vega--returns to town, Emma must act quickly before it is too late.
Sutton Mercer watches as her long-lost twin, Emma Paxton, takes over her identity to solve the mystery of her murder, and they end up discovering secrets about Sutton's family. For fans of Libba Bray, this first book in a gothic suspense trilogy is inspired by H. Wells's The Island of Dr. Moreau and has been hailed by New York Times bestseller Carrie Ryan as having "beautiful writing, breakneck pacing, a pulse-pounding mystery, and an irresistible romance.
Following accusations that her scientist father gruesomely experimented on animals, sixteen-year-old Juliet watched as her family and her genteel life in London crumbled around her—and only recently has she managed to piece her world back together. But when Juliet learns her father is still alive and working on a remote tropical island, she is determined to find out if the old accusations are true.
Accompanied by her father's handsome young assistant, Montgomery, and an enigmatic castaway, Edward, Juliet travels to the island, only to discover the depths of her father's insanity. Torn between horror and scientific curiosity, Juliet knows she must end her father's dangerous experiments and escape her jungle prison before it's too late. Yet as the island falls into chaos, she discovers the extent of her father's genius—and madness—in her own blood. Sabine isn't like anyone else. For as long as she can remember, she's had two lives. Every twenty-four hours she "shifts," living each day twice.
In one life, Sabine has everything: popular friends, expensive clothes, perfect grades, and the guy everyone wants. In the other, Sabine's family struggles with finances, and she and her friends are considered rebels. But then she meets Ethan. He's gorgeous, challenging, and he makes her feel like no one ever has before. All Sabine really wants is the chance to live one life.
When it seems like this might finally be possible, Sabine begins a series of dangerous experiments to achieve her goal. But is she willing to risk everything-including losing the one person who might actually believe her-to make it happen? Had anyone told Alice Bell that her entire life would change course between one heartbeat and the next, she would have laughed.
But that's all it took. One heartbeat. A blink, a breath, a second, and everything she knew and loved was gone. To avenge her family, Ali must learn to fight the undead. To survive, she must learn to trust the baddest of the bad boys, Cole Holland. But Cole has secrets of his own, and if Ali isn't careful, those secrets might just prove to be more dangerous than the zombies.
Alice Bell has lost so much. A home. She thought she had nothing else to give. She was wrong. So it isn't that business of a hand-held camera mooching around pretending to walk like a man.
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He wrote that many biographers may wrongly assume that Carringer included all of its facts in his later book, The Making of Citizen Kane. I drew a lot from that from my Chicago days. And Samuel Insull. Everybody in the movie is in it. Yes, I'm there. Gregg deserved it, didn't he? John Ford had also shared his title card with the cinematographer in the opening credits for The Long Voyage Home Years later Welles thanked David Lean for the article. Bordwell believes that Bazin was aware of the legend of film's innovations before having seen it.
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