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This anthology, containing articles by writers including Philip Larkin, Michael Ondaatje, Ralph Ellison and Gary Giddens, aims to demonstrate the intensity of the literary response to the musical forms of black America
In the first hardcover installment of the bestselling "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" series, Christopher Golden and Nancy Holder, coauthors of "The Watcher's Guide" ("Fans will suck this tome dry" -- "Entertainment Weekly)," present a supernatural tale ...
Wrestling with her increasing addiction to magic, Willow is devastated when her inability to stop using her power results in Tara leaving her
A great gift for youinger children, Christmas will soon be here !!!!As well as the book story itself there is also a CD to accompany it.
Few performers have encapsulated their chosen art as completely as Philip Lynott did. For most people he was "Thin Lizzy", the charismatic frontman and creative driving force behind one of rock's greatest bands
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A ship pauses in Miami on a winter holiday cruise. What could be more ordinary? Until, that is, the ship's magician is accused of murder and identified as a terrorist known as the Hare. But there's only one problem: he has an airtight alibi
On Christmas Eve, 1922, a fairy touches the author on the shoulder. In a matter of moments he changes from a research engineer with a passionate love of music to become a practicing musician with a valuable training in electronics
The strongest magic ever distilled, and the deadliest butcher England has ever known. . . Buffy is on the trail of a killer demon, and reluctantly needs Spike's help. But Spike, as usual, has an agenda of his own
TONIGHT, PART 1The argument started when Cordelia saw what Xander was wearing. He had only just walked into the Bronze when Cordy started in on him. "My "God, " what is that outfit?""It's called 'clothes. '""No, "I'm" wearing clothes
The TARDIS lands in 22nd-century Africa in the shadow of a dormant volcano
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A definitive biography of Jim Morrison describes the successful career of the Doors and the life of the group's charismatic lead singer, detailing his rise to success, his turbulent personal life, and his tragic death.
This account of Prince's unique contributions to the American theatrical world--controversial subjects, innovative music, and theatrical stage design--is enhanced by extensive interviews, rare photos and exhaustive backstage material
A zombie plague hits Sunnydale. Who can the Slayer turn to when her friends and family catch the bug? An outbreak of zombies wreaks havoc in the beleaguered town of Sunnydale, when a new virus starts turning the town's denizens into the undead
EVIL THINGS COME IN SMALL PACKAGES Jousting contests, human chess matches, lords and ladies and beggars. . . a traveling Renaissance fair has come to Sunnydale. The fair may seem terminally uncool, but Buffy and her friends are charmed anyway
Monster is John Gregory Dunne's mordantly funny account of life on the Hollywood food chain
The Master, the unimaginably ancient and powerful being of evil who dwelt in the Hellmouth underneath Sunnydale High, was Buffy's first great challenge. Once he almost defeated her, leaving her for dead before she finally overcame him
An anthology in which fiction, poetry, fashion, art and journalism are filtered through pop music, and which includes work by authors such as Thom Gunn, Joe Orton and Roddy Doyle