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Wonderful and Frightening Short Fiction from New and Established Writers Flinch at the things that twitch in the windows a mile up from the city streets. Let text messages lead... Read more
Wonderful and Frightening Short Fiction from New and Established Writers Flinch at the things that twitch in the windows a mile up from the city streets. Let text messages lead you towards a man that you already know is going to mess with your head. Find the meaning of life in your own lobotomy. Now, the ghost of Gaudi whispers in your ear, urging you to get yourself another lover, insisting it's all going to be smooth and comfortable this time. Ruin yourself and drift towards the haunted shores of your youth. Then find yourself back there, returned to the low-down slums of a city in a country that no longer exists, that UNTHOLOGY 7 documented and mapped out for you, and you alone, a long, long time ago.
Elizabeth Baines Roelof Bakker Gary Budden Elaine Chiew Adrian Cross George Djuric Ken Edwards Charlie Hill Debz Hobbs-Wyatt Sonal Kholi David Martin Roisin O'Donnell Amanda Oosthuizen Dan Powell John D Rutter Barney Walsh
Extraordinary Short Fiction from New and Established Writers: Fight or Flight, featuring stories by Daniel Carpenter, Elaine Chiew, Brian Coughlan, KM Elkes, Tracy Fells, Liam Hogan, Maxim Loskutoff, Mark Mayes, Jay Merill, Valerie O'Riordan, Gareth E Rees, Kathryn Simmonds, Hannah Stevens, Tom Vowler
BTEC's own Student Book for the 2010 Level 2 BTEC First Construction and the Built Environment specification, gives students a work-focused, approachable textbook, with all the assignment help needed for learners to achieve the best grade they can.
UNTHOLOGY NO.3 is the third in Unthank Books' series showcasing the finest short fiction from new and established writers. Like its predecessors, UNTHOLOGY No.3 lets the classic short story jostle for elbowroom with the formally unusual and the novelette. Its eighteen stories describe sticky predicaments, testing choices and reluctant confessions: a publisher surveys the changing literary scene as...
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