The Doctor finds himself in Brixton, London, in 1972. He is reunited with Jess Collins, a young woman who first encountered him on a terrifying night in Highgate Cemetery. The Doctor and Jess investigate a mystery beneath the city streets and uncover an ancient, deadly force. The Doctor has no choice but to make a terrible sacrifice--and finds himself stranded on Earth. Jess' family gives the Doctor shelter, and he begins to enjoy the temporary halt to his travels. But there are still dangers lurking--a ruthless pair of alien hunters, and someone else: a figure the Doctor never expected to see again... The original Master is back--and he has dark plans for the Doctor and his new family. Also: An in-depth commentary section where the comics creators reveal the secrets behind the stories. Featuring never-before-published art, photos and character designs.
Author: Mark Wright
Publisher: Panini UK Limited
Category: Young adult fiction
It started as a mission of mercy-to feed the hungry, cure the sick and bring peace to a country ravaged by civil war. No formal government or organized infrastructure existed in this fourth world country governed by warlords and their armed bands of gunmen. Operations Restore Hope and Continue Hope were planned and implemented with the aim of bringing order to chaos. Unfortunately, what should have been a victory for the United Nations deteriorated into a humiliating defeat of massive proportions.
Disaster in Somalia
Author: Ed Wheeler,Craig Roberts
A man forced to enter mankind's most feared territory ... a child dragged into the underworld! When Charlie Ward's beloved niece is kidnapped by an atrocious demon he has to find the secret gateway into the one place every human wants to stay away from: Hell! Armed only with courage and determination Charlie has to survive in a forbidding place filled with despair and anguish. He must face challenges no mortal should ever have to undergo that threaten to destroy his very soul.
How far would you go to rescue a loved one?
Author: Nic Parker
Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand
Classical science fiction at it's very finest written by the best Authors of the genre. This anthology contains stories sure to excite your imagination and include: 1.....Doorway to Hell.....Was this really the door to Hell? Did it really open? Huston thought so, and tried to enter. 2.....The Lady and the Vampire. During World War 2, the Vampire was driven out of his ancient castle by Germany's bombs. He soon found himself out of his element, in America. 3.....The Outsiders....The Doorway into an outer World was worse then the electric chair, for the electric chair leads only to death.
Author: Frank Patton,P. F. Costello,Richard S. Shaver,Duncan Farnsworth
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Prophecies, arguments and experiences in favour of presenting the offer of salvation through the blood of Jesus to those who died without hearing the gospel. This is a technical and theological book with comprehensive scripture references.
Author: Philip Marzec
Publisher: Pastor Philip Marzec
I would like to make quite clear that in my opinion, Hell: The Doorway to Heaven has nothing to do with 'religion'. I mention this because over a period of 30 days in 2002, I received a set of 'channeled' lessons from Jesus (this is my belief, you will decide for yourself) and in no uncertain terms he calls for peace. In fact, it was more than channeled for he literally did take my hand and led me to the Promised Land. This is the first part of the book: Revelations. The second part is how I believed I was in Hell on Earth and the insanity that ensued from that, my humble story — the belief in the Anti-Christ, and indeed the actions of one. Asking for help in the depths of my Hell and how he came to me. Part three, the arrogance of guilt, is the four plus years, coming to terms with this, the insanity, that the words that Jesus gave me, has helped to dispel and the mistakes learnt from applying his words. It is a book about true forgiveness — true innocence and unconditional love. It is a promise, that all of us —yes all of us— are children of God (in whatever way you perceive God) and therefore will always be in 'Heaven' and therefore can be in Heaven on Earth if you chose. For it is yours.
The Doorway to Heaven
Author: Marek Stachera
Publisher: Trafford on Demand Pub
das soziale Melodrama in der amerikanischen Kultur 1840-1950
Author: Christof Decker
Publisher: Campus Verlag
Category: Melodrama in motion pictures
Jesus Christ is not a human man, Jesus Christ is a deity. He can transform himself into anything. Jesus Christ and his angels can make human beings experience ectoplasm and can possess you in broad daylight and at night. Any spirit or deity that can shift-shape himself into anything like a fog, smoke, fire, clouds, insects, people or animals is considered not human, suspicious, unknown, scary, sneaky, secretive, and evil.
Author: Reynaldo Reyes
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
The Encyclopedia of Hell is a comprehensive survey of the underworld, drawing information from cultures around the globe and eras throughout history. Organized in a simple-to-use alphabetic format, entries cover representations of the dark realm of the dead in mythology, religion, works of art, opera, literature, theater, music, film, and television. Sources include African legends, Native American stories, Asian folktales, and other more obscure references, in addition to familiar infernal chronicles from Western lore. The result is a catalog of underworld data, with entries running the gamut from descriptions of grisly pits of torture to humorous cartoons lampooning the everlasting abyss. Its extensive cross-referencing also supplies links between various concepts and characters from the netherworld and provides further information on particular theories. Peruse these pages and find out for yourself what history's greatest imaginations have envisioned awaiting the wicked on the other side of the grave.
A Comprehensive Survey of the Underworld
Author: Miriam Van Scott
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
She never meant to sell her soul… least of all to Lucifer. The devil has taken her sister. Now she's going to bring her back, even if that means travelling through all nine circles of hell. Luckily, she's not alone: An angel with a dark past. A wolf with anger issues. A hellhound who's actually quite cuddly. Yes, this is a journey into hell. Grab your tissues and snacks for this will be a rollercoaster into darkness. A reverse harem based on Dante's Inferno, but with a kickass heroine instead of a lovesick old poet. The first book in the Infernal Descent series.
A reverse harem
Author: Skye MacKinnon,Bea Paige
Publisher: Peryton Press
There is something unwelcoming about Black Haven Farm. It squats, apparently derelict, overlooked by the old Victorian abandoned asylum. The residents are not as friendly as they should be! They don't like strangers and yet they place a bike for sale in the local newspaper. Four innocent friends arrive hoping to get a bargain. Little do they know what horror awaits them. But they are invited inside. The only trouble is, they're not allowed to leave.
Death's Doorway to Hell
Author: Roger David Francis
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Author: Ken Percival,Paul Shanley
Passport to Hell is the story of James Douglas Stark—Starkie—and his war. Journalist and novelist Robin Hyde came across Starkie while reporting in Mt Eden Gaol in the 1930s and immediately knew she had to write his 'queer true terrible story'. The result was greeted by John A. Lee, war veteran, author and politician, as 'the most important New Zealand war book yet published'. Born in Southland and finding himself in early trouble with the law, the young Starkie tricked his way into a draft in 1914 by means of a subterfuge involving whisky and tea. In his subsequent chequered career in Egypt, Gallipoli, Armentières, the Somme, Ypres, he showed himself 'a soldier and not a soldier', with a 'contempt of danger and discipline alike'. Hyde took the raw horrors, respites and reversals of Starkie's experiences and composed a work of literature much greater than a mere documentary of war. She portrays a man carousing in the brothels of Cairo and the estaminets of Flanders; looting a dead man's money-belt and filching beer from the Tommies; attempting to shoot a sergeant through a lavatory door in a haze of absinthe, yet carrying his wounded captain back across No Man's Land; a man recommended for the V.C. and honoured for his bravery - but also subject to nine court martials. It is a portrait of a singular individual - 'something of a visionary', in Hyde's words - who has also been described as the quintessential New Zealand soldier. And against the contradictory elements of Starkie's character, Hyde shows a war machine that preaches 'Thalt shall do no murder' one moment and sends men over the top the following day to kill. Robin Hyde was one of New Zealand's true literary trailblazers, and in this book she redefined the parameters of novel and memoir. In its psychological acuity and emotional depth, Passport to Hell is one of the finest war books we have. Published to mark the centenary of this quintessential New Zealand war story, this newly reset edition includes Hyde's final authorized text from 1937 and an introduction and notes by D. I. B. Smith.
Author: Robin Hyde
Publisher: Auckland University Press
Author: Demelza Carlton
Publisher: Lost Plot Press
Fantasy novels & movies are not just harmless entertainment.
Author: Creation Liberty Evangelism,Christopher J.E. Johnson
Publisher: Creation Liberty Evangelism
Probably no decade saw as many changes in the Hollywood film industry and its product as the 1930s did. At the beginning of the decade, the industry was still struggling with the transition to talking pictures. Gangster films and naughty comedies starring Mae West were popular in urban areas, but aroused threats of censorship in the heartland. Whether the film business could survive the economic effects of the Crash was up in the air. By 1939, popularly called "Hollywood's Greatest Year," films like Gone With the Wind and The Wizard of Oz used both color and sound to spectacular effect, and remain American icons today. The "mature oligopoly" that was the studio system had not only weathered the Depression and become part of mainstream culture through the establishment and enforcement of the Production Code, it was a well-oiled, vertically integrated industrial powerhouse. The ten original essays in American Cinema of the 1930s focus on sixty diverse films of the decade, including Dracula, The Public Enemy, Trouble in Paradise, 42nd Street, King Kong, Imitation of Life, The Adventures of Robin Hood, Swing Time, Angels with Dirty Faces, Nothing Sacred, Jezebel, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, and Stagecoach .
Themes and Variations
Author: Ina Rae Hark
Publisher: Rutgers University Press
Category: Performing Arts
There is no cinema with such effect as that of the hallucinatory Italian horror film. From Riccardo Freda’s I Vampiri in 1956 to Il Cartaio in 2004, this work recounts the origins of the genre, celebrates at length ten of its auteurs, and discusses the noteworthy films of many others associated with the genre. The directors discussed in detail are Dario Argento, Lamberto Bava, Mario Bava, Ruggero Deodato, Lucio Fulci, Umberto Lenzi, Antonio Margheriti, Aristide Massaccesi, Bruno Mattei, and Michele Soavi. Each chapter includes a biography, a detailed career account, discussion of influences both literary and cinematic, commentary on the films, with plots and production details, and an exhaustive filmography. A second section contains short discussions and selected filmographies of other important horror directors. The work concludes with a chapter on the future of Italian horror and an appendix of important horror films by directors other than the 50 profiled. Stills, posters, and behind-the-scenes shots illustrate the book.
Author: Louis Paul
Category: Performing Arts