Supernatural Dark Fiction Novel by S.. Schmitz
Crisscrossing the Atlantic from the 1920s American south, to a crumbling WWII London and back again, the 4th-6th grade reader is taken on a journey through Nettie Parker’s event-filled life in this historical-fiction novel. Often having suffered bullying and prejudice because of her race and physical disability, Nettie grows all the stronger and more determined, never letting obstacles stand in her way. “If I can’t accomplish a task one way, I’ll figure out another way to get it done,” is her motto, which comes in handy as she cares for eight Jewish refugee children during the war. She knows she can always count on the mystical signs she receives to guide her in the right direction.
But will these supernatural signs help Nettie solve the mystery of the statues that suddenly appear in her backyard, or reveal the reason for her strange inherited gift?
William Sandwell, a famous American professor in Japan employed by the police of his work reached as he suspected, to be involved in a case of harakiri. The ritual suicide is associated with a theft of a myth surrounding Imperial relic. The myth consists of the age-old assumption that located on the back of the mirror an inscription is located in a non-Japanese script. Sandwell will have to make to rehabilitate the commission together with Catherine Yamazaki the mirror to find. When the mirror is eventually found they make a shocking discovery.
Is Britney Spears really set to pen a fictionalized novel about her life?
That's right, according to new reports, everybody's favorite pop princess is in talks to pen a fictionalized novel about her life.
Chris Hemsworth is the latest celebrity to be rumored to be in the running to play Christian Grey from the immensely popular erotic fiction novel, 50 Shades of Grey.
This video showcases highlights of a press conference by Scotty Sanders and the Ouachita Parish School Board on February 8, 2013 in Monroe, LA. The press conference announced that Sanders' book, “Quest of the Keys,” is set to be the national pilot curriculum in Ouachita Parish middle schools beginning April 2013. “Quest of the Keys” is a fantasy fiction novel teaching personal character and life skills.
This is a horror fiction novel written by Azhar Sabri, published by Blue Rose Publishers in February 2017, a story of three school boys who are coming back from a friend’s birthday party at night. They saw a girl who is waiting for help due to over fueling of her car. They were a little drunk and raped her in the chronic mansion. Later they came to know that she was their classmate. They thought that she will complain against them; so, they killed her and what happened afterward…
In Theatres May 5th, 2017 | © 2017 Janus Films
One of the most immersive and rarefied experiences in the history of cinema, Andrei Tarkovsky’s Stalker embarks on a metaphysical journey through an enigmatic post-apocalyptic landscape. A hired guide—the “Stalker” of the title—leads a writer and a scientist into the heart of the Zone, the restricted site of a long-ago disaster, where the three men eventually zero in on the Room, a place rumored to fulfill one’s most deeply held desires. Adapting a science-fiction novel by Arkady and Boris Strugatsky, and making what would be his final Soviet feature, Tarkovsky created a challenging and visually stunning work, his painstaking attention to material detail and sense of organic atmosphere further enriched by this vivid new digital restoration. At once a religious allegory, a reflection of contemporary political anxieties, and a meditation on the film itself—among many other interpretations—Stalker envelops the viewer by opening up a multitude of possible meanings.
Unreleased 1988 Opera based in the science fiction novel of Doris Lessing.
Harper: A Collection of horrors promises to be one of this year's most unique and shocking horror novels. This is the second fiction novel of multilingual fiction and non-fiction writer Gunnar K. A. Njalsson. While describing a southern California from the 1960's and 1970's the author's first non-European release will likely offer some very unsettling reading for 2018. On sale at Amazon: