LIKE MOONLIT NIGHTS AND SWAYING GRASS,
THE ROAR OF THE ENGINES SILENCED,
AND ALL THE PEOPLE GONE TO SLEEP.
To six-year-old Igme, a budding insect collector, hearing the cricket’s song within his room means a chance to meet a new friend. But when a portal appears, he must unravel the mystery of a dark corridor and its wall of keys, and answer the burning question of his childhood: who truly rules the world, man or insects?
The long awaited sequel to Scarla...
She came back to life...now she wishes she were dead.
Scarla Fragran sacrificed her life for a mission that was rigged to fail. Being betrayed by the very people she thought she could trust was nothing compared to the revolt of her own mind and body. When the worst menace comes from within, death can seem the noblest option...but only if you stay dead. Inexplicably awake in a world she thought she'd left behind, Scarla struggles to regain her senses and remember who—and what—she is. Once she embarks on the perilous journey to retrace her steps and find out why she died, she comes face-to-face a new world of horrors—including murderous long haulers, a menacing neo-Nazi motorcycle club, treacherous rebel newsmen, a sea of salacious and unspeakable shapeshifters, and the beast that lurks within her own DNA—just to stay alive...
"Maimstream is a dark, twisted, sexually charged novel. Period. It doesn’t skimp on action, drama, or suspense. From the first few pages, BC Furtney immediately set his fast paced thriller into motion." --Dead, Buried, and Back
The Kransens live in an expensive, elegant home in the small town of Flening, Florida. Majestic and private, the grounds are surrounded by lush trees and colorful flowers.
But there is an ugliness underneath the manicured and perfect facade…
Secrets hide within the walls and curses whisper through the air.
Newlyweds Ben and Ana Kransen are moving into the house with their in-laws. They’ve got high hopes and expectations for a better life. But soon after they move in, strange things start to happen. Noises fill the air, dark rooms unlock nightmares of the past, and it becomes clear that some people are not welcome in the Kransen House. Their lives are infiltrated by death, evil, and an unspoken religion. Ana knows something is wrong and her family is in danger. Left with few choices, she must find a way to save the ones she loves or face the consequences of an evil legacy.
Now included with the novel, the bonus short story "Doug".
"Mrs. Amworth," by E. F. Benson
"Lost Epiphany," by Chelsea Quinn Yarbro
"Weeping Willow," by T. A. Bradley
"The Greater Thirst," by Marilyn “Mattie” Brahen
"Clarimonde," by Theophile Gautier
"Waiting for the Hunger,” by Nina Kiriki Hoffman
"Kvetchula," by Darrell Schweitzer
"A Vampire," by Luigi Capuana
"Omega," by Jason Andrew
"Accommodation," by Michael R. Collings
"The Art of the Smile," by John Gregory Betancourt
"Renfield’s Syndrome," by Chelsea Quinn Yarbro
"The Pimp," by Lawrence Watt-Evans
"Runaway," by Darrell Schweitzer
"Sympathy for Vampires," by John Gregory Betancourt
"The Secret of Kralitz," by Henry Kuttner
"The Fourth Horseman," by Peter Darbyshire
"Cravat of the Damned," by Zach Bartlett
"Help Wanted," by Michael McCarty and Terrie Leigh Relf
"Siren Song," by Chelsea Quinn Yarbro
"An Authenticated Vampire Story," by Franz Hartmann
"Dracula’s New Dress," by Ray Cluley
"Dracula’s Guest," by Bram Stoker
"The Bats," by David Anderson
"The Room in the Tower," by E. F. Benson
And don't forget to search this ebook store for "Megapack" to see other volumes in this series, from westerns to science fiction to ghost stories to mysteries...and many more!
In Scatter, missions innovator Andrew Scott sounds a call for a new era of missions, one that uses the global marketplace for gospel growth and sees every Christian—engineer, baker, pastor, or other—as God’s global image bearer.
Andrew has served in over 52 countries and is the U.S. president of one of the world’s largest mission agencies. With eyes on a quickly-growing world and a slower-growing church, he sees that our traditional mission models simply won’t do. Here he gives a guide to change it up.
Helping us see the grand narrative of Scripture and how each of us fits within it, he issues a compelling call: scatter.
Imprisoned for thousands of years in the hilt of a ceremonial sword, the oni, a hideous Japanese demon, is accidentally released to wreak the havoc of its pent-up fury on an unsuspecting world. All-powerful, immortal, and possessed of an unquenchable lust for human blood, the demon seems invincible, leaving in its wake an increasing number of horribly mutilated bodies.
Only one woman has learned the oni’s history and the key to its destruction. But will she be able to pit her puny human strength against the demon’s murderous powers before she becomes yet another victim?
“Good Omens . . . is something like what would have happened if Thomas Pynchon, Tom Robbins and Don DeLillo had collaborated. Lots of literary inventiveness in the plotting and chunks of very good writing and characterization. It’s a wow. It would make one hell of a movie. Or a heavenly one. Take your pick.”—Washington Post
According to The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch (the world's only completely accurate book of prophecies, written in 1655, before she exploded), the world will end on a Saturday. Next Saturday, in fact. Just before dinner.
So the armies of Good and Evil are amassing, Atlantis is rising, frogs are falling, tempers are flaring. Everything appears to be going according to Divine Plan. Except a somewhat fussy angel and a fast-living demon—both of whom have lived amongst Earth's mortals since The Beginning and have grown rather fond of the lifestyle—are not actually looking forward to the coming Rapture.
And someone seems to have misplaced the Antichrist . . .