Book to Last the Year; Calendar Anthology Fantasy.
rage. A queen chosen from among the commons not her bloodline. A
meticulous Christmas coordinator training his assistant. The magic of
leprechauns against bullies. What lurks through the window at 2 am.
Enter into supernatural worlds of action and adventure. Talented
story tellers and poets inspired by the months and seasons provide a
mixture of imaginative and fascinating journeys allowing you to
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Book to Last the Year; Calendar Anthology Romance.
and spellbound desire. A cake decorator who hates weddings but craves
a stunning guest. The aftermath of a hot encounter with a mythical
God. The sweet awe of attraction between adults who were once
childhood friends. A 40 something grieving widow infatuated with a
younger man. A girl teetering between the naughty and nice list at
into passionate worlds of pleasure and pain. Talented story tellers
and poets inspired by the months and seasons provide a mixture of
imaginative and fascinating journeys allowing you to escape and
forever be changed.
of, A book to Last the Year; Calendar Anthology Dark.
wolves, and the king who is bound to recapture his throne. Insolence
and defiance among vampires, demons, and a blonde village misfit in
the 18th century. The perseverance of a lone wolf seeking revenge.
Snake-like demons seeping through the gates of hell. All horror and
mystery that surrounds an unusual nursing home resident revealed
within a single midnight hour.
heart. Enter into suspense ridden worlds in which good and evil
collide. Talented story tellers and poets inspired by the months and
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allowing you to escape and forever be changed.
The latest from legendary master storyteller Stephen King, a riveting, extraordinarily eerie, and moving story about a man whose mysterious affliction brings a small town together—a timely, upbeat tale about finding common ground despite deep-rooted differences.
Although Scott Carey doesn’t look any different, he’s been steadily losing weight. There are a couple of other odd things, too. He weighs the same in his clothes and out of them, no matter how heavy they are. Scott doesn’t want to be poked and prodded. He mostly just wants someone else to know, and he trusts Doctor Bob Ellis.
In the small town of Castle Rock, the setting of many of King’s most iconic stories, Scott is engaged in a low grade—but escalating—battle with the lesbians next door whose dog regularly drops his business on Scott’s lawn. One of the women is friendly; the other, cold as ice. Both are trying to launch a new restaurant, but the people of Castle Rock want no part of a gay married couple, and the place is in trouble. When Scott finally understands the prejudices they face–including his own—he tries to help. Unlikely alliances, the annual foot race, and the mystery of Scott’s affliction bring out the best in people who have indulged the worst in themselves and others.
From Stephen King, our “most precious renewable resource, like Shakespeare in the malleability of his work” ( The Guardian), Elevation is an antidote to our divisive culture, as gloriously joyful (with a twinge of deep sadness) as “It’s a Wonderful Life.”
Stephen King is the author of more than fifty books, all of them worldwide bestsellers. His first crime thriller featuring Bill Hodges, MR MERCEDES, won the Edgar Award for best novel and was shortlisted for the CWA Gold Dagger Award. Both MR MERCEDES and END OF WATCH received the Goodreads Choice Award for the Best Mystery and Thriller of 2014 and 2016 respectively.
King co-wrote the bestselling novel Sleeping Beauties with his son Owen King, and many of King’s books have been turned into celebrated films and television series including The Shawshank Redemption, Gerald’s Game and It.
King was the recipient of America’s prestigious 2014 National Medal of Arts and the 2003 National Book Foundation Medal for distinguished contribution to American Letters. In 2007 he also won the Grand Master Award from the Mystery Writers of America. He lives with his wife Tabitha King in Maine.
This is not the usual horror masterpiece of Stephen King. As matter of fact there is no Horror in it at all. This book is about friendship, acceptance and love with a little twist of weird of course after all is a Stephen King book. Is short and sweet and beautiful but I don’t believe it lives up to the hyped. I felt cheated at the end. I wanted more, left me with many questions..I know a lot of people loved it, I thought is was a fast paced okay book.
I give this book 4 out of 5 bookstacks
Great art demands sacrifice.
Lucien Beaumont is a teenage misfit and musical prodigy ostracized by his peers and haunted by familial tragedy. When he discovers an unfinished song composed by his dead father—a song that holds terrible power—Lucien becomes obsessed. As he chases after the secret nature of his father’s music, the line between gruesome fantasy and real life violence begins to blur.
To complete his father’s work Lucien believes that he and his group of outcast friends must appease a demonic force trapped within the music with increasingly sadistic offerings. As things spiral out of control he finds that the cost of his art will be the lives of everyone around him, and perhaps his very soul.
About The Author
Curtis M. Lawson is a writer of unapologetically weird, dark fiction and poetry. His work includes Black Heart Boys’ Choir, It’s a Bad, Bad, Bad, Bad World, and The Devoured.
Curtis is a member of the Horror Writer’s Association, and the organizer of the Wyrd live horror reading series. He lives in Salem, MA with his wife and their son. When he is not writing, Curtis enjoys tabletop RPGs, underground music, playing guitar, and the ocean
I had to DNF this. Now don’t get me wrong, the book is brilliant! Is well written and have an awesome plot, horror made with music. I just couldn’t handle it my self. If you like books with horror, gruesome killings and devil talks then this is the book for you! like I say the book is not bad, I just couldn’t handle it. it was a little too much for me.