A very interesting take on the mummy, for sure.
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The Mammoth Book of the Mummy is an impressive tome, full of writers that may or may not be familiar names, and a good sampling of their work. Paula Guran has curated an anthology that could do more for mummy fiction than anything in the past decade, and is sure to bind and capture the imaginations of readers.
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While two thirds of the present one is British, that's not the usual balance Read full review. This is a mixed and varied collection of horror tales which manages to cover most forms of the genre.
Overall the quality of the stories is pretty high, with just one or two falling below par and James, Psycho-Mania! Kiersten White is the debut author of "Paranormalacy", the first book in a new trilogy, which was published by HarperTeen in August of Figure out the next number in a series, find hidden phrases, or simply determine what a three-dimensional object would look like from two-dimensional drawings All require concentration, but none demand any advanced degree or obscure knowledge - just a little patience, practice, and imagination.
It's the perfect collection for long car trips, airport layovers and morning coffee breaks.
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Jakubowski has succeeded, once again, in unearthing the best short crime stories of English, Welsh, Scottish and Irish authors along with a handful of US writers livin g in the UK, and some expatriate Brits. With this collection he showcases the impressive breadth of British crime writing, from cosy tales of detection to noir mayhem and psychological suspense and terror. There are puzzles to solve, nagging questions about the nature of British society, but, above all, there are over 40 wonderful, gripping stories to shock, delight and make you think twice, if not three times.
Cooper; Michael Z. Simmons; Stephen Gallagher; and, John Lawton.
All the major conf licts are covered, from two world wars, through Korea, Vietnam, Bosnia, Chechnya, to Iraq and Afghanistan. The format is compact, but contains over full-colour photographs of the work of international tattoo art stars, including Frank Cart er, Camila Rocha, Dan Smith and Horikazu see full list of contributing artists below , representing outstanding value-for-money.
Over the past 20 years, tattoos have emphatically entered the mainstream, perhaps most notably on the person of UK prime minister David Cameron's wife Samantha.
Whether celebratory tattoos, local landmarks, weddings, gravestones, timepieces, song lyrics, club colours, the Olympic rings, something World Cup-related or even a flight of plaster ducks, more and more people are sporting tattoos. There are also ever more artists who have turned their hands to tattooing, and vice versa. Tattoo styles are changing, too, under the influence of other art forms as traditional methods of designing tattoos - using pencil, marker, ink and pain - are joined by computer-generated art and Photoshop creations.
Practically unheard of a few decades ago, women with tattoos are on the rise, and there is also an ever-increasing number of female tattoo artists, a number of whose work is showcased in this book.
Longtime steampunk fans: prepare to gleefully grab your goggles to read these remarkabl e stories! Newcomers: prepare to become fans of this popular genre involving both the past and present-entertainingly and provocatively re-thought, re-invented, and re-evaluated.
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With stories by K. Jeter, Caitlin R. Cooney; Aliette de Bodard; Lisa L. Hannett; Samantha Henderson; K.