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Summer Camp Race Of Horror

Author : Michael Kaye
ISBN : 146976055X
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Scott spent an enjoyable, relaxing summer last year at Camp Pioneer, but he could hardly expect the unlikely series of horrible and fascinating events that were to take place this summer, events that would change both Scott and Camp Pioneer forever. Scott's entry into the annual camp boat race was a mind-boggling lesson of a lifetime.

Summer Blast 2019 Collection Of Science Fiction Fantasy Horror Books

Author : Kristie Lynn Higgins
Genre : Fiction
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Looking to start a series? Read the start of five different series ranging from science fiction, fantasy, and horror. Grab something cold to drink, dive in, and find a series to pass the hot days of summer. 1. AabiLynn's Dragon Rite #0: A fantasy sword and sorcery heroic book. Cara, a young slave girl, has one chance at freedom and to find a family that loves her. She must be chosen by a baby dragon and form a bond like no other. Can Cara select a dragon egg and link with the baby dragon within or is she doomed to return to her loveless existence? Crippled from birth, Cara was sold by her father to cover his debt. A slave with no rights, she exists in bleakness and despair. A chance encounter could change all of that for her. 2. Shades of Gray #1 & #2: Dive deep into this dystopian science fiction book series with the first two novels and unravel a mystery plaguing this parallel world. Explore a doomed planet in this dystopian fiction where a female legal assassin ( Life Closer ) known as the Phoenix must partner with a rogue experiment known as the Pandora Project. The Phoenix has discovered that someone murdered her mother and she will stop at nothing to discover their identity and take her revenge. In this post apocalyptic fantasy, Pandora has no memory beyond a year ago and she is hunted by Life Closers, bounty hunters, and killer robots know as Un-Men. Can the Phoenix help her discover her past or will the Phoenix kill Pandora when she no longer needs her help? Pandora is no pushover and a mystery surrounds her very existence. Pandora will either bring about a Twilight that is the first rays of dawn or Pandora will bring about a Twilight that will usher in darkness forever. Apocalyptic science fiction books about the bounds of friendship in the face of adversity and mistrust. In the post-apocalyptic wasteland of Noir, a mega-city half the size of the United States, corporations govern the people and profit is above all. A cyberpunk style world where technology is more advanced in a desperate attempt to save the planet from destruction. 3. Beauty of the Beast #1 The Mystic Rose: Part A: The Flower, The Sword, And The Kiss: A fantasy magical realms action adventure book. Beauty and the Beast with a twist. What if the woman was the one cursed? Pluck, a young girl, saves her prince from a horrible hex but is cursed in his place. She takes on the appearance of a dreaded beast called a Necrom, a cat-like humanoid. Pluck needs the Kiss, the prince's first kiss to end her curse. Can she receive the Kiss or will her dispised appearance only bring her more heartache? Pluck has other things to worry about. She and her prince have shipwrecked in a place where the dreaded Necroms live. Pluck might just need to sacrifice herself to save her prince. 4. Monster of Monsters #1 Part 1 & Part 2: Science fiction horror action adventure book. A neglected young girl, Kein, stumbles across a hidden cave where something monstrous lurks. Desperate for affection and attention, the young girl embraces the monster, believing to have found love and acceptance. The young girl now a woman is lured into a dangerous world where monsters are contestants in a deadly game where desires and wishes can be won in a game that no one has won. Can Kein find the family she so desperately wants or will she be food for the very monsters that she wants to embrace? 5. AaBack's Grimm- Dark Fantasy Fairy Tale #1 Tale Of Two Worlds: The Wizard, The Battle Mage, And The Werewolf & #2 Friends Reunited: The Janus Beast, The Rose Beauty, And The Cursed Duckling: In this epic fantasy fairy tale book, Jane is cursed in the normal world. No one can remember her past five minutes. Jane is pulled into a fairy tale world where the Beast from Beauty and the Beast exists and where everyone remembers her. Has Jane found the perfect home or is the World of Grimm holding something deadly for her?

Summer Horror

Author : R. L. Stine
ISBN : 0671023020
Genre : Children's stories, American
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Presents three horror novels set in the summertime, the first about a camp reunion that turns deadly, the second about a stalker killing lifeguards at a country club, and the third about an evil babysitter.

Korean Horror Cinema

Author : Alison Peirse
ISBN : 9780748677658
Genre : Performing Arts
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As the first detailed English-language book on the subject, Korean Horror Cinema introduces the cultural specificity of the genre to an international audience, from the iconic monsters of gothic horror, such as the wonhon (vengeful female ghost) and the gumiho (shapeshifting fox), to the avenging killers of Oldboy and Death Bell. Beginning in the 1960s with The Housemaid, it traces a path through the history of Korean horror, offering new interpretations of classic films, demarcating the shifting patterns of production and consumption across the decades, and introducing readers to films rarely seen and discussed outside of Korea. It explores the importance of folklore and myth on horror film narratives, the impact of political and social change upon the genre, and accounts for the transnational triumph of some of Korea's contemporary horror films. While covering some of the most successful recent films such as Thirst, A Tale of Two Sisters, and Phone, the collection also explores the obscure, the arcane and the little-known outside Korea, including detailed analyses of The Devil's Stairway, Woman's Wail and The Fox With Nine Tails. Its exploration and definition of the canon makes it an engaging and essential read for students and scholars in horror film studies and Korean Studies alike.

Reading Rocky Horror

Author : Jeffrey Andrew Weinstock
ISBN : 9780230616820
Genre : Performing Arts
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The first scholarly collection devoted to The Rocky Horror Picture Show, dissecting the film from diverse perspectives including gender and queer studies, disability studies, cultural studies, genre studies, and film studies.

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ISBN : 9790255780
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How To Survive A Horror Movie

Author : Seth Grahame-Smith
ISBN : 1594741794
Genre : Humor
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Teaches readers how to cope with every kind of horror movie obstacle, from ax-wielding psychopaths to haunted Japanese VHS tapes, and is full of illustrated instructions on avoiding ghosts, serial killers, haunted cars, murderous pets, telekinetic prom queens, and countless other hazards. Original.

Japanese Movie Posters

Author : Chuck Stephens
ISBN : 9780972312455
Genre : Art
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While high-art Japanese cinema has been documented and analysed in the West, the subject of popular and cult Japanese movies has remained largely unexplored. The fantastic vintage posters that drew the masses to Kurosawa's samurai flicks, Godzilla, and sex-laden Pink movies have also been locked away to Western audiences. This collection of the best of the genre opens up this world of snarling gangsters, fire-breathing lizards and animated dreams for anyone with a sense of humour.

A Sci Fi Swarm And Horror Horde

Author : Tom Weaver
ISBN : 0786458313
Genre : Performing Arts
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In this jam-packed jamboree of conversations, more than 60 movie veterans describe their experiences on the sets of some of the world’s most beloved sci-fi and horror movies and television series. Including groundbreaking oldies (Flash Gordon, One Million B.C.); 1950s and 1960s milestones (The War of the Worlds, Psycho, House of Usher); classic schlock (Queen of Outer Space, Attack of the Crab Monsters); and cult TV favorites (Lost in Space, Land of the Giants), the discussions offer a frank and fascinating behind-the-scenes look. Among the interviewees: Roger Corman, Pamela Duncan, Richard and Alex Gordon, Tony “Dr. Lao” Randall, Troy Donahue, Sid Melton, Fess Parker, Nan Peterson, Alan Young, John “Bud” Cardos, and dozens more.

The Year Without Summer

Author : William K. Klingaman
ISBN : 9781250012067
Genre : History
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Like Winchester's Krakatoa, The Year Without Summer reveals a year of dramatic global change long forgotten by history In the tradition of Krakatoa, The World Without Us, and Guns, Germs and Steel comes a sweeping history of the year that became known as 18-hundred-and-froze-to-death. 1816 was a remarkable year—mostly for the fact that there was no summer. As a result of a volcanic eruption in Indonesia, weather patterns were disrupted worldwide for months, allowing for excessive rain, frost, and snowfall through much of the Northeastern U.S. and Europe in the summer of 1816. In the U.S., the extraordinary weather produced food shortages, religious revivals, and extensive migration from New England to the Midwest. In Europe, the cold and wet summer led to famine, food riots, the transformation of stable communities into wandering beggars, and one of the worst typhus epidemics in history. 1816 was the year Frankenstein was written. It was also the year Turner painted his fiery sunsets. All of these things are linked to global climate change—something we are quite aware of now, but that was utterly mysterious to people in the nineteenth century, who concocted all sorts of reasons for such an ungenial season. Making use of a wealth of source material and employing a compelling narrative approach featuring peasants and royalty, politicians, writers, and scientists, The Year Without Summer by William K. Klingaman and Nicholas P. Klingaman examines not only the climate change engendered by this event, but also its effects on politics, the economy, the arts, and social structures.

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