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The Immortals by Paul Stewart,Chris Riddell Book Summary:
Five hundred years into the the third age of flight and mighty phraxships steam across the immensity of the Deepwoods, plying their lucrative trade between the three great cities. Nate Quarter,a young Lamplighter from the mines of the eastern woods is propelled on an epic journey of self-discovery that encompasses tournaments, battles, revolutions and a final encounter with the Immortals themselves. This is the final tale in the Edge Chronicles sequence and it's a fabulous climax to the most original and dramatic fantasy series being written today. Set years in the future, this book is ideal for new readers to discover the series before going back to read the 'history' of Twig, Rook and Quint. Packed with incredible illustrations from Chris Riddell, this is a wonderfully funny, moving and utterly inventive book.
The Immortals by Jaylen B. T. Kroupa Book Summary:
Rick Ferno is descended from King Arthur, he's the son of the sky Dragon, and prophesized future King of the planet. On top of all that, he's destined to fight a powerful Dragon known as Pavane, for the fate of the universe. Oh, and he's fourteen. The battle of the Dragons has exploded over the last several months, with Pavane's army growing in numbers, and surrounding every stronghold. Rick and his friends must soon leave school to embark on another long and perilous journey, to the most unreachable places on earth. The four seem focused and determined, but Rick has been bitten by the love bug, and Dawn struggles with the thought of joining her father. Young Rick soon discovers that there is a riddle-like prophecy concerning him, but what he finds doesn't put his mind to ease. Then, when things start to look up, Pavane appears at the school with a dire warning for his enemies. The Immortals are coming Brilliantly narrated, fast-paced, and hilariously documented, the story of Rick Ferno lives on in Kroupa's second book; The Immortals. With a brand-new plethora of characters and terrifying monsters, the world of these extraordinary teens grows even more unpredictable. Succeeding The Breath Of A Dragon, this story grabs the imagination and pulls it to the electrifying finish.
The Immortals by James Gunn Book Summary:
When it is discovered that test driver Ben Richards was born with a natural immunity to every known illness, making him literally immortal, he finds himself the target of an obsessed elderly billionaire who hopes to use Ben's blood to extend his own life. Reprint.
The Immortals by Cheryl S. Mackey Book Summary:
A thousand years ago the gods known as The Four created the Immortals to protect and defend their world against an invader known as the Dro-Aconi—and then vanished. Left to fend for themselves, the three races of Ein-Aral and the Immortals banded together to save the world. Part One: Shadows and Starstone Ivo, Jaeger, Jadeth, and Emaranthe must protect a desert village and it’s hoard of Starstone, a power source that can aid the Dro-Aconi’s plans for the dominion over Ein-Aral. Can the companions battle inner demons long enough to defeat legions of enemies and keep their leader, Alarandia, from seizing the Starstone?
The Immortals by Benjamin W. Schenk Book Summary:
The book is about family of immortals that have been around for 66 million years. They are fighting an endless war with their arch-enemies, the cavemen. The cavemen have been around even longer and they feel like they are the rightful rulers of Earth, since they were the first intelligent beings on the planet. They want to enslave mankind, and Bejine's immortal family is the only thing between them and their rule of the Earth! The immortals and the cavemen have been fighting their secret war for millions of years, out of sight of the modern humans. Their battle goes public, as the cavemen try to capture some of the daughters of Bejine, and they are joined by a small group of modern humans, that find out to their surprise that the immortals have not only lived forever but they are extremely hard to kill! Surprises await modern Earth in the 'Endless War'.
The Immortals: by Benjamin W. Schenk Book Summary:
THIS IS THE SECOND BOOK OF THE IMMORTALS! THE IMMORTALS AND THEIR ALLIES HAVE TRAVELED TO A WORLD, MILLIONS OF YEARS IN THE PAST. THE IMMORTALS MUST FACE THEIR ANCIENT ENEMIES TO STAY ALIVE. IN THIS STORY, BEJINE AND HIS FAMILY,AS WELL AS THEIR ALLIES, FIGHT TO STAY ALIVE AND TO STAY FREE IN A WORLD FILLED WITH CAVEMEN,ANCIENT HUMANS, OGRES, GIANTS AND VAMPIRES. ITIS FAST-PACED WITH DANGER AROUND EVERY CORNER,AND BEHIND EVERY TREE!
Tamora Pierce: 'The Immortals' by John Lennard Book Summary:
Tamora Pierce is a prolific and very unusual modern master of fantasy for young adults and the first such author to appear regularly on the New York Times bestseller lists. The four books making up The Immortals are the 5th–8th (of 15) novels set in Tortall, and introduce the ‘Wildmage’, Veralidaine Sarrasri, who appears in most later novels in the Tortall series. The Notes in this book cover Tamora Pierce’s life and work; the world of Tortall (including the geography, cast, and neighbouring cultures); the strange menagerie of immortal creatures who may be friend or foe; and the pantheon of interfering multicultural god/desse/s. The well-illustrated Annotations pay special attention to the many animals who feature, cultural and historical references, and the major thematic issues that develop throughout the quartet. Wild Magic, Wolf-Speaker, The Emperor Mage, and The Realms of the Gods are all covered on a chapter-by-chapter basis, and there is a link to the deleted chapter of The Emperor Mage (in which Daine heals a poisoned camel). The Essay compares The Immortals with its successor quartet, Protector of the Small, for both the brave teenage heroines have a particular and very educational relationship with Pierce’s greatest fantasy-beasts, the amazing (and amazingly smelly) Stormwings. The Bibliography has a section detailing works about ‘Tamora Pierce and Children’s Writing’. Revised September 2013.
War of the Immortals by Dreamweaver Book Summary:
WAR OF THE IMMORTALS It’s a time of civil unrest as the Galactic Senate tries to rebuild its fractured structure due to the ravages of the Great War. But time is growing short, for a Dark Alliance between the Death Dealers and the Fallen Children of the Blood has been formed. Because of this alliance, a dark entity is about to be unleashed upon an unsuspecting populace for a second time. And what of Goldie and Angela? What is to come when these two teen Rebel Rousers come face to face with said entity? Travel with the two teens as they take you on a wild ride to exotic worlds and dangerous places. Nothing is too taboo and nothing is sacred when it comes to these two girls.
CRYO: Rise of the Immortals by G. Wakeling Book Summary:
Would you accept a one-way ticket to the future? Earth is dying, but John Carlody has the chance to escape. He wins the most anticipated lotto ever; the opportunity to become part of CRYO, be one of fifty people to enjoy the latest cryonics technology and journey forward half a century. However, a dream come true could be a making of a nightmare. CRYO isn't what it pretends to be and John is about to discover their secrets. But will he be too late? The CRYO story; 1. Rise of the Immortals 2. A Changed World Themes: Sci-fi, dystopian, cryonics, cryogenics, futuristic, technology, science fiction series, future, competition, lottery, science technology, hypersleep, time travel, love, friendship, aliens, alien attack, alien race, nature, changing environment, genetic engineering, genetics, environmental, science fiction colonisation
Zembifen's Pawn (Swords & Sceptres of the Immortals) by Ivan Henley Book Summary:
Two thieves, Melana and Dryzer, attempt to return home and become caught up in a desperate young woman's attempt to rid herself of a devastating curse. What began as a simple errand turns into a lengthy journey, during which they attract the attention of several very powerful foes.
The Immortals by J.T. Ellison Book Summary:
It is Samhain—the Blood Harvest. Nonbelievers call it Hallowe'en. The night when eight Nashville teenagers are found dead, with occult symbols carved into their naked bodies. It's a ritual the killers believe was blessed by Death himself. When children are victimized, emotions always run high, and this case has the public both outraged and terrified: a dangerous combination. Recently reinstated homicide lieutenant Taylor Jackson knows she has to act quickly, but tread carefully. Exploring the baffling culture of mysticism and witchcraft, Taylor is immersed in a darkness that threatens to unbalance the order of her world, and learns how unchecked wrath can push a killer to his limits.
Taste of the Immortals by Naomi Jayne Book Summary:
In a small town called Ravencliff, where the supernatural live unknowingly amongst the humans, Michael's coven left 14-year-old Sadie and her family to die in a fire after their attack. Fortunate for Sadie, Caleb and his pack of werewolves hunting the rogue vampires rescue her from her burning homestead and adopt her into their pack. For 10 years, Sadie has trained with werewolves to take on Michael's coven for their acts against the Vampire King's degree. Ravencliff once again starts seeing the same mysterious murders a decade later; attracting even the Royal Vampire Prince Malik to deal with the rebellious coven's actions. Destiny brings the prince and the gifted human together; and their dangerous love affair beings. However, Ralph, one of Michael's members, has plans for Sadie now that he's back in town, and not even the prince will be able to keep her safe from what is in store.
The Immortals by Makenzy Orcel Book Summary:
Translation of the award-winning debut novel by Haitian writer Makenzy Orcel about the lives of prostitutes in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, amid the 2010 earthquake. The Immortals is set in an infamous neighborhood of Port-au-Prince, on Grand-Rue, where many women, young and old, trade in flesh, sex, and desire. We learn, in glimpses and fragments, about the lives of women who fall in love with the moving images of television, the romance of a novel, and the dreams of escape. This moving novel asks, What becomes of these women, their lives, their stories, their desires, and their whims when a violent earthquake brings the capital city and its brothels to their knees? To preserve the memory of women she lived and worked with, the anonymous narrator makes a deal with her client once she discovers that he is a writer: sex in exchange for recording the stories of the friends who were buried beneath the rubble. She tells the stories of women who were friends, lovers, daughters, and mothers—all while their profession sought to hide any trace of intimacy or interiority through pseudonyms and artifice. Ultimately the book reveals how a group of women sought to make a name for themselves in life, demanding that they not be forgotten in death. Winner of France’s 2012 Prix Thyde Monnier de la Société des Gens de Lettres, The Immortals is the first work of fiction by the celebrated Haitian writer Makenzy Orcel. Mingling poetry and prose, Orcel centers stories that too often go untold, while reflecting on the power and limits of storytelling in the face of catastrophe. Nathan H. Dize is pursuing his PhD in the Department of French and Italian at Vanderbilt University.
The Immortals - Books 1-3 by Monica La Porta Book Summary:
The Chains of Love are stronger than the Bonds of Revenge Long after the gladiators fought in the Coliseum, ancient evils wander the streets of Rome. Only a few heroes have the power to stop them. Among them, a group of friends whose fate and the gods’ whims have united in immortality. Follow Marcus, Alexander, and Samuel as they battle their inner demons and try to save the world and their loved ones at the same time. The Lost Centurion The chains of Love are stronger than the bonds of Revenge The Roman centurion Marcus has sworn to avenge his wife's death—even if it takes an eternity to hunt down the vampire who murdered her. Turned immortal by a capricious god, for the last two thousand years, Marcus has been living a life devoid of love, consumed by his hatred for the vampire race. Until the night he rescues one of them, a frail newborn vampling, Diana, and she becomes his responsibility. Tortured by his past and hunted by vampires, Marcus must choose between avenging his dead wife or saving Diana from the same man who ruined his life, only to discover that not everything is what it appears to be. The Immortal Greek Alexander Drako: handsome, famous, rich, and on the cover of every tabloid in Europe. He has done it all and seen it all. Born a Greek in the times of the Roman Empire, he was chosen by a capricious goddess as one of her immortal followers. With his surfer good looks and a playboy disposition, Alexander has been living the life every man dreams of, at least for the last two thousand years. Tall, elegant, and unapproachable, Ravenna Del Sarto is the perfect example of a modern career woman. An enforcer for the Immortal Council, she brings the bad guys of the paranormal world to justice. She doesn’t have time for fun and has zero tolerance for playboys. During the highly anticipated End of Summer party, a young immortal commits suicide by jumping from Alexander’s balcony and Ravenna is called to investigate the death. Alexander quickly learns that not only Ravenna’s walls are impenetrable to his easy smile, but she is also bringing him up on charges. Will she detain him? Or will his legendary charms help him out of this one? The Broken Angel Betrayed by the man he loved and stranded on Earth after losing his powers, Samuel is alone and broken. His black angel’s wings maimed and useless, he must go on living despite the searing pain in his heart. Unable to find peace on his own, but trying to restore it among the multitude of races composing the paranormal world, Samuel works at the Immortal Council headquarters in Rome as a liaison between species. As the only fallen angel on Earth and despised by his former brethren, Samuel doesn’t belong anywhere. The only place where he feels at home is the gym owned by his friend Alexander Drako. Even though among the humans he must hide his true form and appear as a cripple, Samuel cherishes the hours spent in the old gymnasium, sparring away his troubles. Martina’s life has been transformed from fairy tale to nightmare by her abusive and rich husband. A pro bono lawyer for women in need, she can’t seem to find a way to help herself. Afraid of Martina’s ex-husband’s powerful family, the authorities deny her justice and even her friends and family have deserted her. She is all alone in the world and solely dedicated to her job. Martina’s only break from her dreary reality is when she trains at Drako’s gym. One day, Drako asks her to spar with one of his friends, and she meets Samuel, a defenseless cripple who inspires Martina to protect him from the ugliness of the world. A friendship blossoms between two broken souls. But fate doesn’t seem to smile on them. Coming from two different worlds, Samuel and Martina will soon have to fight both paranormals and humans for their right to be together.
The Immortals by James Gunn, Col Book Summary:
What is the price of immortality? For nomad Marshall Cartwright, the price is knowing that he will never grow old. That he will never contract a disease, an infection, or even a cold. That because he will never die, he must surrender the right to live. For Dr. Russell Pearce, the price is eternal suspicion. He appreciates what synthesizing the elixir vitae from the Immortal's genetic makeup could mean for humankind. He also fears what will happen should Cartwright's miraculous blood fall into the wrong hands. For the wealthy and powerful, no price is too great. Immortality is now a fact rather than a dream. But the only way to achieve it is to own it exclusively. And that means hunting down and caging the elusive Cartwright, or one of his offspring. The Immortals is James Gunn's masterpiece about a human fountain of youth, made into a TV movie and TV series. All-new material accompanies this updated edition, including an introduction from renowned science-fiction writer Greg Bear, a preface from Gunn himself, and "Elixir," Gunn's new short story that introduced Dr. Pearce to another Immortal.
Damnaste' by Danielle Salmonson Book Summary:
Damnasté takes readers into the immortal world through the experiences of photo-journalist Caitlynn Tourney. Follow Caitlynn into the art world of the fifteenth century, to foreign lands and deep into the jungles of Brazil. In her journey, Caitlynn meets one of the creatures she has been sent to investigate, the beautiful Lady Juliette Renoir. Juliette draws Caitlynn into her world of immortals, a world filled with intrigue and danger. Agares is a prince of darkness, a fallen angel and of the realm of Seven Virtues. Agares only recently found out that it was Lady Juliette and her friend Hans who killed his brother, Diabonese. So while Agares’ soul remains in Hell, Agares’ spirit returns to Earth to seek revenge. Killing Hans would be easy; he is just a vampire. Juliette, however, is different. She is a mixed immortal with Olympian blood. Juliette is a formidable enemy and from the upper realms. Caitlynn is but a pawn in the battle between good and evil. Juliette takes Caitlynn deep into her mountain sanctuary for safety. It’s there Juliette plans to meet Hans. He will remain at the sanctuary, while Juliette leaves to take on her nemesis.
A Brief History Of The Immortals Of Non-Hindu Civilizations by Shri Bhagavatananda Guru Book Summary:
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Myth by Jonathan Nickens Book Summary:
An epic that will bridge the eons of time... The love of a young goddess is torn by deception, and an electrifying saga begins. Through the fusion of classical mythology and religious awareness, A tale of good vs evil will be witnessed from the very beginning of time. In book 1: Myth - Reign of the Immortals, a heros quest to find an elusive truth begins as he is given the eyes of the Almighty to see and narrate an eons old message of hope. An odyssey thrusting the reader into a time never before revealed as this great warrior hungers to find the lost affection of his eternal companion. will she discover the truth to forgive him?
The Immortals - Books 4-6 by Monica La Porta Book Summary:
The Chains of Love are stronger than the Bonds of Revenge Long after the gladiators fought in the Coliseum, ancient evils wander the streets of Rome. Only a few heroes have the power to stop them. Among them, a group of friends whose fate and the gods’ whims have united in immortality. Follow Marcus, Alexander, Samuel, Peter and Raphael as they battle their inner demons and try to save the world and their loved ones at the same time. The Hidden Demon A pariah among paranormals, Peter can touch the dead and read their last thoughts. Once an angel, now a demon, he is only tolerated by most because of his gift. Cursed with the power of influencing every woman or man he touches, Peter has lost any hope to experience true intimacy and companionship. Headstrong and sensual as only werewolves can be, Ophelia is desperately in love with her best friend, Samuel, who is in love with someone else. In the middle of her personal crisis, Rome is taken by storm by the latest archeology discovery, and as a forensic anthropologist, Ophelia is called to shed some light on the remains of a young couple embraced for eternity. Peter is sent to the site to help identify the dead. Amidst Roman villas’ ruins and a mystery that has lasted for two millennia, he meets the striking werewolf, and Ophelia’s exotic beauty and sharp tongue pique his interest immediately. Ophelia, too, is affected by Peter’s magnetism. Despite her heart belonging to someone else, Ophelia feels a pull toward Peter at first sight. An attraction that only grows stronger despite her doubts. Unfortunately, what has started like any other reading for Peter soon becomes a nightmare in which real enemies from several factions want him and Ophelia dead rather than let them discover the truth. Will they survive a manhunt the likes of which Rome has never seen? But most of all, will Peter and Ophelia remain unscathed by the fire of their burning passion? An Immortal Valentine's Day Once a playboy, Alexander Drako is now the happy father of three and eager to celebrate Valentine’s Day with a special party held on Friday night to accommodate his nocturnal vampire friends. Everything is ready except for a small detail. Alexander has forgotten to buy the roses and orchids for his beloved Ravenna. Unable to disappoint her, and accompanied by his loyal friends, Marcus and Samuel, he sets out for Wolf’s Haven, a rehab center for paranormals, hoping to find some flowers left for sale in their greenhouse. After a honeymoon around the world that lasted half a year, Peter and Ophelia have just landed back in Rome. While he would like to relax in their apartment, Ophelia is eager to see her friends. Most of all, she can’t wait to hug Quintilius, her adoptive father. Ophelia’s call reaches Quintilius at Wolf’s Haven, where he’s volunteering, and he rejoices at finally seeing her again. However, he isn’t thrilled to see Peter, the man who stole the heart of his little princess. A sudden crisis at the rehab center forces Quintilius to focus his thoughts and energies on looking for Luisa, a girl who’s run away with a dangerous gang member. By fate’s design, all the friends have reunited at Wolf’s Haven and agreed to help Quintilius in his quest. Will they be able to save the girl and return to their loved ones in time to celebrate Valentine’s Day? Raphael Raphael has nowhere to go, nobody who loves him, and his past has scarred him deeply. A young werewolf on the run, living rough in the catacombs beneath Rome and with nothing else to call his own but his freedom, he desperately tries to elude the Controller whose goal is to send him back to Renegade Youth Shelter and a life of torments. As he lives day by day with the constant threat of being captured, his future looks dark and lonely. That is until a chance meeting with Luisa; a werewolf like him...
The Immortals by Guillaume Rozenberg Book Summary:
In 1952 a twenty-six-year-old man living in a village in Central Burma was possessed by weikza—humans with extraordinary powers, including immortality. Key figures in Burmese Buddhism, weikza do not die but live on in an invisible realm. From there they re-enter the world through possession to care for people's temporal and spiritual needs while protecting and propagating Buddhism. A cult quickly formed around the young peasant, the chosen medium for four weikza ranging in age from 150 to 1000 years. In addition, these weikza appeared regularly in the flesh. The Immortals plunges us into the midst of this cult, which continues to attract followers from all over the country who seek to pay homage to the weikza, receive their teaching, and benefit from their power. The cult of the four weikza raises a number of classic anthropological issues, particularly for the anthropology of religion: the nature of the supernatural and of belief; the relations among religion, magic, and science; the experience of possession. It also provides a window on contemporary Burmese society. To contemplate both, the author adopts an unconventional approach, which itself reflects representation in anthropology, or, more precisely, how anthropology uses description and the interpretations description occasions to make sense of what it studies. The writing makes clear both the indigenous take on reality and the work of anthropological understanding as it is being elaborated, along with the ties that connect the latter to the former. Mixing narration of the incredible with reflection on the forms religious experience takes, The Immortals offers us a way to accompany the author into the field and to grasp—to take up and make our own—the anthropologist's interpretations and the realities to which they pertain.
Rage of the Immortals by Kanika Book Summary:
A washed-out soldier accepts a seemingly generous job offer from a mysterious stranger, and finds herself introduced to a fantastic new world, filled with magick, drama and new experiences. The only drawback is that the boss is a slave-driving asshole who has bound her to a life-time contract. Her choices get her caught in the middle of a struggle between two ancient beings, where she finds unlikely helpers in the form of a dirty, ragged, schizophrenic god and a wispy magickal python. This is a story where gods fall and the fallen rise. This is a story about choices, some easy and intuitive, some hard, and some heart-breaking, and about the consequences of choosing wrong.