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Hellraiser: The Toll , Hörbuch, Digital, 1, 96min
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Hellraiser: The Toll tells the story of what happened between Clive Barker's iconic works Hellraiser and its literary follow-up, The Scarlet Gospels. Written by Mark Alan Miller (Next Testament, The Steam Man), featuring narration by director Tom Holland (Child's Play, Fright Night); a full cast that includes Mali Elfman, Kasey Lansdale, Peter Atkins, Robert Parigi, Richard Ankles, Christian Francis, Joshua Holland, and Justin Vonderach; and original music by powerhouse composer Cris Velasco (God of War 1-3, Clive Barker's Jericho).   Thirty years after Kirsty escaped from the clutches of the Hell Priest, Pinhead, and lived to fight another day, her life has never been the same. Every few years she fashions a new name, a new identity, and a new home for herself. She is a woman who is running from her past at all costs, which is why it comes as such a surprise when she receives a mysterious letter in the mail, addressed to the identity she's been running from over half her life.  Answering the letter's query, she begins a descent down a rabbit hole to the ultimate confrontation. Her actions stir something unnameable in the ether and throw her into a game where nothing...not even what she sees in front of her very eyes...can be trusted.  With equal parts economy and eloquence, author Mark Alan Miller brings to life the beginning of the end as The Toll expands the Hellraiser universe and shows that before Detective Harry D'Amour's adventures in The Scarlet Gospels, there was a first witness to Pinhead's infernal plan. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Tom Holland. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/133005/bk_acx0_133005_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Rainbow in the Dark
31,90 CHF *
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For years, Joseph J Kozma had shared his profession (medicine) with his avocation (writing with emphasis on poetry). This volume is a testament: Poetry is winning. Kozma now is full time poet, novelist, essayist and lecturer. Recently he was appointed Poet Laureate of Jacksonville, Illinois. Kozma is a tireless advocate of poetry. He produces a yearly Poetry Variety Show (now in its eighth year) devoted to the various forms of poems, and their impact upon everyday life. His poems and essays are in local and national distribution. Rainbow in the Dark, does not have sub-chapters in order to avoid thematic approach to the art of poetry. A poet can and should notice and observe everything around him. A poet is an artist not a copywriter. With this in mind the present volume is dedicated to all who have the art of poetry in their heart, and those who have a 'ready heart.' This is an excerpt from his poem 'Steam House Blues,' Readiness is not enough. You need to levitate to it, To ride high in every direction.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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The End of an Era: The Last of the Great Lake S...
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Since the 1850s when coal-fired, reciprocating steam engines were first heralded as a reliable means of powering ships, these majestic vessels have crisscrossed the Great Lakes transporting everything from coal and grain to iron ore and cement. The speed and efficiency of the lake freighters was unchallenged until the advent of the diesel locomotive engine. Today, however, the massive fleet has been reduced to a handful, and soon the Great Lakes steamboats may be extinct. David Plowden has been documenting the Great Lakes steamers for years, but recently, knowing that their time was coming to an end, he intensified his efforts and spent time on the vessels themselves, learning the life aboard with its excitement and hard work. Plowden's beautiful photographs of the steamboats and his evocative text capture the splendor and day-to-day activities of a vanishing era. From freighters in motion and intricate machinery in the engine room, to the glow of the firehold and the action of the men who operate and maintain the vessels, these images are an evocative testament to the Age of Steam and a rich archival slice of our industrial past.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Lost Maine Coastal Schooners
21,90 CHF *
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Dramatic true stories of New England maritime history, with photos. Large, wooden-hulled schooners graced the seas of coastal Maine for more than a century as vessels of trade and commerce. With the advent of steam-powered craft, however, these elegant four-, five-, or six-masted wooden ships became obsolete and vanished from the harbors and horizons. The Edward Lawrence, the last of the six-masters, became her own funeral pyre in Portland Harbor, burning to ash before everyone's eyes. The Carroll A. Deering washed ashore with no trace of her crew, empty as a ghost ship except for three cats and a pot of pea soup still cooking on the stove. In this testament to the beauty of the Maine coastal region, maritime history enthusiast Ingrid Grenon tells the story of these magnificent relics of the bygone Age of Sail and celebrates the people who devoted their lives to the sea.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 04.06.2020
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The End of an Era: The Last of the Great Lake S...
53,99 € *
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Since the 1850s when coal-fired, reciprocating steam engines were first heralded as a reliable means of powering ships, these majestic vessels have crisscrossed the Great Lakes transporting everything from coal and grain to iron ore and cement. The speed and efficiency of the lake freighters was unchallenged until the advent of the diesel locomotive engine. Today, however, the massive fleet has been reduced to a handful, and soon the Great Lakes steamboats may be extinct. David Plowden has been documenting the Great Lakes steamers for years, but recently, knowing that their time was coming to an end, he intensified his efforts and spent time on the vessels themselves, learning the life aboard with its excitement and hard work. Plowden's beautiful photographs of the steamboats and his evocative text capture the splendor and day-to-day activities of a vanishing era. From freighters in motion and intricate machinery in the engine room, to the glow of the firehold and the action of the men who operate and maintain the vessels, these images are an evocative testament to the Age of Steam and a rich archival slice of our industrial past.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 04.06.2020
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Rainbow in the Dark
16,99 € *
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For years, Joseph J Kozma had shared his profession (medicine) with his avocation (writing with emphasis on poetry). This volume is a testament: Poetry is winning. Kozma now is full time poet, novelist, essayist and lecturer. Recently he was appointed Poet Laureate of Jacksonville, Illinois. Kozma is a tireless advocate of poetry. He produces a yearly Poetry Variety Show (now in its eighth year) devoted to the various forms of poems, and their impact upon everyday life. His poems and essays are in local and national distribution. Rainbow in the Dark, does not have sub-chapters in order to avoid thematic approach to the art of poetry. A poet can and should notice and observe everything around him. A poet is an artist not a copywriter. With this in mind the present volume is dedicated to all who have the art of poetry in their heart, and those who have a 'ready heart.' This is an excerpt from his poem 'Steam House Blues,' Readiness is not enough. You need to levitate to it, To ride high in every direction.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 04.06.2020
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Lost Maine Coastal Schooners
20,39 € *
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Dramatic true stories of New England maritime history, with photos. Large, wooden-hulled schooners graced the seas of coastal Maine for more than a century as vessels of trade and commerce. With the advent of steam-powered craft, however, these elegant four-, five-, or six-masted wooden ships became obsolete and vanished from the harbors and horizons. The Edward Lawrence, the last of the six-masters, became her own funeral pyre in Portland Harbor, burning to ash before everyone's eyes. The Carroll A. Deering washed ashore with no trace of her crew, empty as a ghost ship except for three cats and a pot of pea soup still cooking on the stove. In this testament to the beauty of the Maine coastal region, maritime history enthusiast Ingrid Grenon tells the story of these magnificent relics of the bygone Age of Sail and celebrates the people who devoted their lives to the sea.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 04.06.2020
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