Life Among The Dead

Author: Lisa Williams
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1416596372
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The medium host of Lisa Williams: Life Among the Dead describes how her childhood in England was marked by her clairvoyant abilities, shares behind-the-scenes facts about her popular show, and describes her work as an investigator of haunted houses and other psychic phenomena. Reprint. 35,000 first printing.

Life Among The Dead

Author: Daniel Cotton
Editor: Permuted Press
ISBN: 1618681826
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There are over a million people in the city of Waterloo. Today, most of them have died, and now they are hungry. Corporal Dan Williamson is caught in the middle of the outbreak. He is desperately trying to reach his wife who is somewhere amid the urban decay. There are other souls out there, other tales of survival among the horror. Dan will soon learn that the living may prove to be an even bigger threat than the dead.

Life Among The Dead

Author: Kevin Hackett
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ISBN: 9781093779592
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David is an artist who was so immersed in his work that he missed participating in the viral outbreak that killed almost everyone else in the world. The few remaining survivors are carriers of the plague, dangerous and insane--a single touch from them is a death sentence. David now travels the empty roads with his sarcastic dog, avoiding the infected while being pursued by shadowy enemies. He's just a normal guy, but when he finds out their plan, he must become something else entirely in order to ensure the future of humanity...

Life Among The Dead 2 A Castle Made Of Sand

Author: Daniel Cotton
Editor: Permuted Press
ISBN: 1618682776
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Welcome back. You are about to be taken back to the first day of the outbreak. There are over a million people in the city of Waterloo, Dan Williamson is just one of them. Meet Dustin Barnes, not the typical protagonist, he’s a post-apocalyptic cockroach, the sort of guy that will do anything in order to survive, and he’s on a collision course heading north to New Castle. Those who have survived, the sinners and saints alike, knew the dead had an appetite before, now they are starving. With the scarcity of the delicacy they crave, human flesh, they are becoming maddened by the hunger, they are growing faster and more desperate in their attempts to feed. In a world where the dead refuse to stay buried, expect to see a few familiar faces.

Life Among The Dead 3 A Bittersweet Victory

Author: Daniel Cotton
Editor: Permuted Press
ISBN: 1618682954
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Life is a winding road full of twists and turns, one can never be truly prepared for all the unexpected bumps and bends that loom ahead, or the pitfalls that derail us from our path. Vida Calavera is about to learn this first hand when an evening out with her friends turns into a waking nightmare. All of her plans and aspirations for the future will be dashed in an instant, her world will crumble down around her as the dead rise up. Unable to get home she is lost, vulnerable to whatever may lurk around the next turn, Vida is heading straight into danger with death on her heels but she may soon find it’s who she chooses to trust with her life that takes it.

The True Christian Life

Author: Woodbury M. FERNALD
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Life Among The Apaches

Author: John Carey Cremony
Editor: Applewood Books
ISBN: 1429022450
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Secrets From The Pink Chair

Author: Patty M. C. Mahoney
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ISBN: 9781939625656
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Jamie is an average child of the1950's, except that her residence is so bizarre. She and her family live in a mortuary. She is such a frequent visitor to the embalming room there that her mother moves a child size pink chair into it. She is never allowed to express her alarm or disgust at anything she observes, nor is she ever shielded from the atrocities of sight, sound or smell that permeate her living environment. Her father, Francis, devotes himself entirely to business enterprises, not because he enjoys them, but to fulfill his perceived duty to the dead. Jamie's mother, Gertrude, is so emotionally unstable, she is incapable of attending to the needs of anyone but herself. Her struggle is to get through the day without resorting to explosions of temper and outbursts of rage. Jamie's sister, Rosarita, is the apple of Francis' eye. She bears a strong family resemblance to him and gains his affection effortlessly. But, he remains indifferent to Jamie, in spite of her constant attempts to gain his attention. Carol, her half-sister, is a bright spot in the family constellation for Jamie. A product of Gertrude's first marriage, Francis is not fond of her, either. Jamie finds comfort with her half-sister as they share their feeling of family alienation. She develops an array of defense mechanisms to deal with the trauma she faces daily. She tries biting her fingernails, then a series of compulsive numerical paradigms, and, later, a fixation on music, but each of these proves inadequate to cope with the horror around her. When she observes the preparation for burial of her well-loved young teacher, she slips into a dissociative state that finally relieves her feelings of repressed grief. Frightened at first by the new experience of self-hypnosis, Jamie comes to use it as a shield against her traumatic environment. She discovers that the power of her own mind is far greater than that exerted by her family or her environment. From her new perspective, she finds her voice and becomes her own person.

Life Among The Mormons And A March To Their Zion

Author: William Elkanah Waters
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Female Life Among The Mormons By The Wife Of A Mormon Elder M Ward Recently From Utah

Author: Maria Ward
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Male Life Among The Mormons

Author: Austin N. Ward
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Brief Recollections Of The Late Rev George W Walker

Author: Maxwell Pierson Gaddis
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Dying To Live

Author: Kim Paffenroth
Editor: Permuted Press
ISBN: 097897073X
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Jonah Caine, a lone survivor in a zombie-infested world, struggles to understand the apocalypse in which he lives. Unable to find a moral or sane reason for the horror that surrounds him, he is overwhelmed by violence and insignificance. After wandering for months, Jonah's lonely existence dramatically changes when he discovers a group of survivors. Living in a museum-turned-compound, they are led jointly by Jack, an ever-practical and efficient military man, and Milton, a mysterious, quizzical prophet who holds a strange power over the dead. Both leaders share Jonah's anguish over the brutality of their world, as well as his hope for its beauty. Together with others, they build a community that reestablishes an island of order and humanity surrounded by relentless ghouls. But this newfound peace is short-lived, as Jonah and his band of refugees clash with another group of survivors who remind them that the undead are not the only-nor the most grotesque-horrors they must face.

A Translation In English Daily Used Of The Seventeen Letters Forming Part Of The Peshito Syriac Books Of The New Covenant Writings

Author: William Norton
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Other Fools And Their Doings Or Life Among The Freedmen

Author: Harriet Newell Kneeland Goff
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Life Among Convicts

Author: Charles Bernard Gibson
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Wild Life Among The Koords

Author: Osman (Bey, originally Frederick Millingen)
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Down Among The Dead Men

Author: Michelle Williams
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1849014639
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Michelle Williams is young and attractive, she has close family ties as well as a busy social life - but she is far from usual. She is a mortuary technician and her job involves dealing with those things in life that many people do not wish to experience directly. Yet life in the mortuary is neither gruesome nor sad. Told with good humour and common sense, we are introduced to a host of characters - the pathologists, many of them eccentric, some downright mad; the undertakers, the hospital porters and the man from the coroner's office who sings to Michelle every morning. The incidents too ensure that no two days are ever the same. From the tragic to the hilarious they include: The fitness fanatic who was run over as he did pressups in the road on a dark night The decapitated motorcyclist The guide dog who led his owner on to the railway tracks - and left him there The forty stone man for whom an entire refrigerated lorry had to be hired because he wouldn't fit in the mortuary cooler Over the course of her first year Michelle has to deal with situations and emotions that few of us will ever experience, and does so while retaining a sense of humour and a sense of perspective.

The Captive In Patagonia Or Life Among The Giants A Personal Narrative With Illustrations

Author: Benjamin Franklin BOURNE
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Singing To The Dead

Author: Victoria Armour-Hileman
Editor: University of Georgia Press
ISBN: 082032633X
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It is 1992, and the Burmese government's current war on its indigenous people runs into its fourth year. In neighboring Thailand, a small band of Buddhist monks harbors refugees from Burma inside their modest temple in the slums of Bangkok. The monks and refugees are all natives of the Burmese Mon State. All have the same residential status in Thailand: illegal. Under surveillance, and overwhelmed by the needs of their charges, the monks reach out to international aid agencies in Bangkok for help in ministering to the tortured, the wounded, the diseased, and the orphaned. Singing to the Dead recalls a Catholic lay missioner's work alongside the Mon Buddhist monks of Bangkok. For more than two years, Victoria Armour-Hileman was a go-between for the monks, interceding with the world outside their temple walls for everything from a cornea transplant for a land mine victim to money to buy shoes for barefoot orphans. At the same time, Singing to the Dead details an aid worker's ongoing education: how to weave through an embassy bureaucracy, how to stave off burnout, how to pull money out of thin air at the eleventh hour, when to trust and when to be cautious, when to kowtow, when to pray. As the centuries-old conflict between Burma and its Mon people worsens, police raids on the temple in Bangkok increase. Refugees have never been safe, but now even the monks' unofficial immunity seems tenuous. When one of the monks is threatened with repatriation to Burma and possible imprisonment and torture, Armour-Hileman begins the desperate race to secure a new home country for him. She knows that these final efforts are as selfish as they are humanitarian, for what kind of God, and what kind of universe, will she believe in if she fails?