The Nightmare Girl

Jonathan Janz. JONATHANJANZ The Nightmare Girl FLAME TREE PRESS
London & New York 'Fire being the seed of all existing things, to which.

Author: Jonathan Janz

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1787581322

Category: Fiction

Page: 256

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"With tinges of Rosemary’s Baby as well as a touches here and there of the Robin Hardy-directed film, The Wicker Man, this is a tense as well as intense tale of ancient religious fervor directed against someone accidentally coming between a cult and its end purpose." - New York Journal of Books When family man Joe Crawford confronts a young mother abusing her toddler, he has no idea of the chain reaction he’s setting in motion. How could he suspect the young mother is part of an ancient fire cult, a sinister group of killers that will destroy anyone who threatens one of its members? When the little boy is placed in a foster home, the fanatics begin their mission of terror. Soon the cult leaders will summon their deadliest hunters—and a ferocious supernatural evil—to make Joe pay for what he’s done. They want Joe’s blood and the blood of his family. And they want their child back. FLAME TREE PRESS is the new fiction imprint of Flame Tree Publishing. Launched in 2018 the list brings together brilliant new authors and the more established; the award winners, and exciting, original voices.

The Nightmare Room 8 Shadow Girl

You hold in your hand the key to a shadow world of shivers and screams.

Author: R.L. Stine

Publisher: HarperCollins

ISBN: 9780064409063

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 160

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You hold in your hand the key to a shadow world of shivers and screams. Take a step away from the safe, comfortable world you know. Unlock the door to terror. There's always room for one more in . . . The Nightmare Room Take a look at Selena Miles sitting in the park across the way. She looks bored, doesn't she? That's because she thinks nothing exciting ever happens to her. But Selena is about to learn the truth about herself -- her real identity, and her super powers. Too bad her powers come with a price. Selena has an archenemy who wants her dead. Maybe boring was better, but it's too late. Selena's crossed over into The Nightmare Room.

Magic Mutant Nightmare Girl

When eighteen-year-old bi, anxious Harajuku fashionista Holly Roads is infected with super-strength, she strikes a deal with an-ex CIA prodigy: She hunts his monster, he'll cure her powers.

Author: Erin Elizabeth Grammar


ISBN: 9781953238115


Page: 290

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Fight like a magical girl in this paperback original contemporary fantasy in which a Harajuku fashionista battles mutants-and social anxiety-by teaming up with an elite group of outcasts. Perfect for those obsessed with the technicolor worlds of Sailor Moon, The Umbrella Academy, and the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Holly Roads uses Harajuku fashion to distract herself from tragedy. Her magical girl aesthetic makes her feel beautiful-and it keeps the world at arm's length. She's an island of one, until advice from an amateur psychic expands her universe. A midnight detour ends with her vs. exploding mutants in the heart of San Francisco. Brush with destiny? Check. Waking up with blue blood, emotions gone haywire, and terrifying strength that starts ripping her wardrobe to shreds? Totally not cute. Hunting monsters with a hot new partner and his unlikely family of mad scientists? Way more than she bargained for.

The Nightmare

eyes as they rested on the girl which confirmed the cowboy's statement in regard
to his feeling toward her. He could hardly be blamed, either. Miss Weston looked
a good deal more than attractive, standing there with one white, shapely arm ...

Author: Gertrude Mabel Barrows Bennett

Publisher: Good Press


Category: Fiction

Page: 85

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"The Nightmare" by Gertrude Mabel Barrows Bennett. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.

Such a Pretty Girl

I slept and the nightmare overtook me. I woke and the nightmare did not end. I
shivered and I burned up and I shivered again. And then I cried. Audrey, my
blood sister, my beautiful crippled sister. Why did you have to leave me? What
will I do ...

Author: Nadina LaSpina

Publisher: New Village Press

ISBN: 161332099X

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 352

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A memoir by a disability rights activist Such a Pretty Girl is Nadina La Spina's story—from her early years in her native Sicily, where still a baby she contracts polio, a fact that makes her the object of well-meaning pity and the target of messages of hopelessness; to her adolescence and youth in America, spent almost entirely in hospitals, where she is tortured in the quest for a cure and made to feel that her body no longer belongs to her; to her rebellion and her activism in the disability rights movement. LaSpina’s personal growth parallels the movement’s political development—from coming together, organizing, and fighting against exclusion from public and social life, to the forging of a common identity, the blossoming of disability arts and culture, and the embracing of disability pride. While unique, the author's journey is also one with which many disabled people can identify. It is the journey to find one's place in an ableist world—a world not made for disabled people, where disability is only seen in negative terms. La Spina refutes all stereotypical narratives of disability. Through the telling of her life’s story, without editorializing, she shows the harm that the overwhelming focus on pity and on a cure that remains elusive has done to disabled people. Her story exposes the disability prejudice ingrained in our sociopolitical system and denounces the oppressive standards of normalcy in a society that devalues those who are different and denies them basic rights. Written as continuous narrative and in a subtle and intimate voice, Such a Pretty Girl is a memoir as captivating as a novel. It is one of the few disability memoirs to focus on activism, and one of the first by an immigrant.

The little brown girl by Esm Stuart

... started up , for he felt his pillow moving about as if it had the nightmare . It was
giving some tremendous kicks , heaving up and down , altogether behaving as
no pillow should do . “ Oh , I say ! ” he groaned , 124 THE LITTLE BROWN GIRL .

Author: Amélie Claire Leroy





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The Hero Girl and how She Became a Captain in the Army

... was finished , I was about to put it on , when I felt a heavy weight fall upon my
heart , and with a cry of anguish , I awoke . " “ That was only the nightmare , "
answered Molly ; " but there comes Mr. Rushton , he will expect me to welcome
him .

Author: Mrs. Ellen Tryphosa Harrington Putnam



Category: Monmouth, Battle of, Freehold, N.J., 1778


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Big Book of Christmas Tales

“I've had the nightmare,” said the little girl. “Oh yes, a mere human nightmare,”
said the papa. “But a locomotive nightmare is a very different thing.” “Why, what's
it like?” asked the boy. The little girl was almost afraid to ask. “Well, it has only
one ...

Author: Louisa May Alcott

Publisher: e-artnow


Category: Young Adult Fiction

Page: 5959

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This meticulously edited collection of Christmas tales, short stories, myths and legends is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents: Louisa May Alcott: Merry Christmas A Christmas Dream and How It Came True Becky's Christmas Dream Kitty's Class Day Rosa's Tale Tilly's Christmas The Abbot's Ghost, or Maurice Treherne's Temptation What the Bell Saw and Said A Christmas Turkey, and How It Came The Little Red Purse A Country Christmas O. Henry: The Gift of the Magi Whistling Dick's Christmas Stocking Christmas by Injunction A Chaparral Christmas Gift Hans Christian Andersen: The Little Match Girl The Steadfast Tin Soldier The Snow Queen The Old House The Drop of Water The Happy Family The Story of a Mother The False Collar The Shadow The Old Street-lamp The Dream of Little Tuk The Naughty Boy The Two Neighboring Families The Darning-needle The Red Shoes Selma Lagerlöf: The Holy Night The Christmas Guest The Flight Into Egypt The Legend of the Christmas Rose Harriet Beecher Stowe: Betty's Bright Idea The First Christmas Of New England Deacon Pitkin's Farm Charles Dickens: A Christmas Carol The Chimes The Cricket on the Hearth The Battle of Life The Haunted Man A Christmas Tree What Christmas Is As We Grow Older The Poor Relation's Story The Child's Story The Schoolboy's Story Nobody's Story The Seven Poor Travellers The Holly-Tree The Wreck of the Golden Mary The Perils of Certain English Prisoners A House to Let The Haunted House A Message From the Sea Tom Tiddler's Ground Somebody's Luggage Mrs. Lirriper's Lodgings Mrs. Lirriper's Legacy Doctor Marigold's Prescriptions Mugby Junction No Thoroughfare Christmas at Fezziwig's Warehouse Thomas Nelson Page: Santa Claus's Partner A Captured Santa Claus Tommy Trots Visit to Santa Claus How the Captain made Christmas Anthony Trollope: Christmas at Thompson Hall Christmas Day at Kirkby Cottage The Mistletoe Bough Not if I Know It The Two Generals William Dean Howells: Christmas Every Day Turkeys Turning the Tables The Pony Engine and the Pacific Express The Pumpkin Glory…

Harper s Young People

said the little girl , “ Why , what ' s it like ? ” asked the boy . The little girl scornfully .
was almost afraid to ask . " Well , I could ! " said the boy ; " and some day I ' ll just “
Well , it has only one leg , to begin with . ” show you . " “ Pshaw ! " “ Now , little ...




Category: Children's literature


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The boys and girls book of enchantment

His mother said it was the quantity of milk he had drunk when heated , which had
given him the nightmare ; and she said to him : “ Hear my conclusions , Cockie :
one is , that all dreams are ... I won ' t quarrel with you , Susy ; you ' re only a girl .

Author: Boys





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Superman s Girl Friend Lois Lane 1958 1973 10

woo wo 42/358, A. A77% AC7/VE 70 AH/M. LATER THAT MORNING, As Clark

Author: Robert Bernstein

Publisher: DC Comics


Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Page: 26

View: 561

“THE CRY-BABY OF METROPOLIS.” Lois uses Professor Lockhart’s youth ray to reverse her natural aging process.

Proceedings of the Society for Psychical Research

We stayed there for about a fortnight , and during that time the ' little girl ' was
alluded to only as my nightmare . ' “ In this I afterwards found there was a little
reticence , for , just before leaving my uncle's , my cousin said to me , ' I must tell
you ...

Author: Society for Psychical Research (Great Britain)



Category: Parapsychology


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The Girl of the period miscellany

chief over her back , too ! Well , my poor Claire , you are Madame C . , with tears
in her eyes , confides to the dressed up nicely . " Countess de D . that her (
madame ' s ) daughter is an angel . The young girl cries all the more , and of
course ...






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Our Boys and Girls

Why , 1 girl for me ! my Brimstone can beat her on a five - mile Pat . I say , squire ,
the nightmare was a stretch all to pieces ! little too much for you last night ! Fosiah
. He can ' t do it . Croupy . I believe it was , Pat . Fohn . No , sir ; the horse can ...

Author: Oliver Optic





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The Nightmare Thief

Pick up the first book in the Nightmare Thief duology if you are looking for: Suspenseful stories of magical realism for kids with a side of danger Gifts for 11 year old girls, 13 year old girls, and any young reader 11-14 that loves ...

Author: Nicole Lesperance

Publisher: Sourcebooks, Inc.

ISBN: 1728215358

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 288

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For fans of A Snicker of Magic and The Miscalculations of Lightning Girl comes a suspenseful dark fantasy duology, perfect for middle school readers that love stories of magic and sisterhood with a dash of danger. Maren Partridge loves working in her family's dream shop where she can hand-craft any dream imaginable. The shop has only one rule. Dreams cannot be given to a person without their consent. Maren has no problem with this—until her sister, Hallie, has an accident that leaves her in a coma. Maren's certain she can cure Hallie with a few well-chosen dreams. And when no one is watching, she slips her a flying dream. But a strange new customer from the shop has been following Maren and knows what she did. Now she's laid the perfect trap to blackmail Maren into creating custom nightmares for a dark and terrible purpose. As Maren gets drawn further into the sinister scheme, she must make a choice: to protect her family or to protect the town from her family's magic. Pick up the first book in the Nightmare Thief duology if you are looking for: Suspenseful stories of magical realism for kids with a side of danger Gifts for 11 year old girls, 13 year old girls, and any young reader 11-14 that loves fantasy Books that explore bullying, family ties, and feature strong female characters Books for 4th graders, and any classroom with grades 3-8

Between Chapters

The nightmare girl looked around at the abstract scenery , unimpressed but polite
in her gestures . She took note of the giant mushroom jungle , the fancy flashing
lights and tombstone - archway of the Limbo Room . She noticed how the sky ...

Author: Nicholas Cvjetkovich

Publisher: Etobicoke, Ont. : Happy Predator Publications

ISBN: 9780968562611


Page: 149

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Tempest Phish, the man that luck forgot, goes through a harrowing transformation to become Earth's next Christ. That's right - Tempest is the next Christ, as in Jesus Christ. Only for some strange reason Heaven wants him dead. In the blink of an eye Tempest's world is chock full of angels, devils and other creatures that didn't exist yesterday. A Definitive Sin continues on where the Bible left off - the twenty-third chapter to the most unbelievable story on, above and below the Earth... Biblical mythology survives in the twenty sixth book, Stupid Planet. Earth is now a vague memory-destroyed countless years ago by Jesus' creepy younger Brother, Meseris (The Anti-Christ). God has packed up shop, Fate isn't on speaking terms with anyone and the Anti-Christ is feeling a little bit guilty about the whole 'reigning-down-with-the-Apocalypse-thing.' Now, in the surreal void of a leftover afterlife, Meseris and a cast of Generation-X celestials are about to try the experiment of life all over again...

Australian Book Review

The title refers to Wes Craven's old nightmare , the first Nightmare on Elm Street ,
made in 1984. In that earlier film , actor Heather Langenkamp plays a teenage
girl suffering from horrific nightmares about a hideous child killer – Freddy ...




Category: Australian literature


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The Journal of the American Society for Psychical Research

With respect to the parallels between Miss Z ' s nightmare and the murder case ,
we note the following : ( 1 ) The victim was a young girl of sixteen , as estimated
in the dream ; ( 2 ) the setting of the nightmare was outdoors and the body was ...

Author: American Society for Psychical Research



Category: Parapsychology


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The Bad Girl

The nightmare named Cindy . Was she out there right now ? I wondered .
Watching our every move ? I opened my eyes and gasped in amazement . “ Jan !
Look ! ” I said , pointing across the intersection . Cindy strolled along the side of
the ...

Author: R. L. Stine

Publisher: Golden Books

ISBN: 9780307247032

Category: Fear Street (Imaginary place)

Page: 148

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When Jan mixes up a formula in science lab that brings creatures back to life, her friend Dawn uses it when they accidentally kill another girl, only to discover that while Cindy is once more alive, she has changed for the worse and seeks revenge.

The Girl Who Died Twice

Every Patient's Nightmare - The Libby Zion Case and the Hidden Hazards of
Hospitals Natalie Robins. him that she had nightmares about people turning into
monsters and that the nightmares made her feel as if she " was melting away .

Author: Natalie Robins

Publisher: Dell Publishing Company

ISBN: 9780440222675

Category: Political Science

Page: 448

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Chronicles the case of eighteen-year-old Libby Zion, who entered a hospital in 1984 with minor flu symptoms and died eight hours later, and explains how this incident led to sweeping hospital reforms. Reprint.