Magic, danger, and adventure abound for messenger Karigan G'ladheon in author Kristen Britain's New York Times-bestselling Green Rider fantasy series • "First-rate fantasy." —Library Journal Over a millennium ago, Mornhavon the Black, heir to the Arcosian Empire, crossed the great sea hoping to conquer Sacoridia. Mornhavon and his armies were defeated—but not before their general had resorted to desperate, dark magic that rendered his twisted spirit immortal. Finally, Mornhavon was captured and imprisoned in Blackveil Forest, and the forest’s perimeter was sealed by the magical D’Yer Wall. In the many centuries since, knowledge of magic has disappeared from Sacoridia due to the fear and prejudice of a people traumatized by the memory of Mornhavon’s terrifying sorceries. Even the protective magic that created and maintained the D’Yer Wall has been lost, and the once-impermaeable barrier has been breached, allowing Blackveil’s malignant influence to seep into the lands beyond once again. Karigan G’ladheon is a Green Rider—a seasoned member of the elite messenger corps of King Zachary of Sacoridia. But Karigan is no ordinary Rider, for she can traverse the barriers of time and space. Because of this extraordinary ability, she was able to transport the spirit of Mornhavon into the future, buying precious time for her country. During the window of relative safety, King Zachary decides to send Karigan and a small contingent of scouts, accompanied by a small group of Eletians—a magical race who once lived in the lands now tainted by Mornhavon’s magic—into Blackveil Forest. Though Mornhavon is gone, the forest is still a treacherous and unnatural place filled with monstrous creatures and deadly traps. Plus, no one knows how far in the future Mornhavon has been sent—Ten years? One? Maybe even less. And unbeknownst to the band of Eletians and Sacoridians, another small group has entered the forest—Arcosian descendants who have kept Mornhavon’s dark magic alive in secret for centuries, and who now plan to avenge their long-ago defeat by bringing Sacoridia to its knees.
Long Black Veil
For fans of Donna Tartt and Megan Abbott, a novel about a woman whose family and identity are threatened by the secrets of her past, from the New York Times bestselling author of She's Not There On a warm August night in 1980, six college students sneak into the dilapidated ruins of Philadelphia’s Eastern State Penitentiary, looking for a thrill. With a pianist, a painter and a teacher among them, the friends are full of potential. But it’s not long before they realize they are locked in—and not alone. When the friends get lost and separated, the terrifying night ends in tragedy, and the unexpected, far-reaching consequences reverberate through the survivors’ lives. As they go their separate ways, trying to move on, it becomes clear that their dark night in the prison has changed them all. Decades later, new evidence is found, and the dogged detective investigating the cold case charges one of them—celebrity chef Jon Casey— with murder. Only Casey’s old friend Judith Carrigan can testify to his innocence. But Judith is protecting long-held secrets of her own – secrets that, if brought to light, could destroy her career as a travel writer and tear her away from her fireman husband and teenage son. If she chooses to help Casey, she risks losing the life she has fought to build and the woman she has struggled to become. In any life that contains a “before” and an “after,” how is it possible to live one life, not two? Weaving deftly between 1980 and the present day, and told in an unforgettable voice, Long Black Veil is an intensely atmospheric thriller that explores the meaning of identity, loyalty, and love. Readers will hail this as Boylan’s triumphant return to fiction.
The Black Veil
A raw, unflinching, convention-defying memoir of substance abuse, depression, and guilt In his genre-bending memoir, Rick Moody, author of The Ice Storm, delves into not only his own tormenting struggle with depression and alcoholism but also the pathos inherent in American society. Beginning with his childhood and widening his gaze to his ancestral past, Moody elegantly details the events that led him to admit himself to a psychiatric hospital. Seeking explanations for his inner demons, Moody traces his lineage back to Joseph “Handkerchief” Moody. In early-eighteenth-century Maine, Joseph accidentally killed his childhood friend and wore a handkerchief over his face for the rest of his life as a self-imposed punishment. His story stirs within Moody a drive to understand his own failings through a study of American violence from colonial times to the 1999 massacre at Columbine High School. Remarkably broad in scope and full of Moody’s witticisms and brilliantly crafted prose, The Black Veil is an extraordinary exploration of both personal and cultural shame that transcends the expectations of a memoir. This ebook features an illustrated biography of Rick Moody including rare images from the author’s personal collection.
The Black Veil
The Witches' Creed says, And Do What You Will be the challenge, So be it Love that harms none, For this is the only commandment, By magic of old, be it done! Charlotte Wellington is a powerful witch that has a problem with this commandment and chooses to live by her own rules and does not live according the Witches' Creed. She continues to do evil. She continues to kill. She likes to have things her way. What Charlotte doesn't know is that her grandmother Loren intends to stop her and bring her reign of darkness to an end no matter what the cost.
The Minister s Black Veil
This Squid Ink Classic edition of The Minister's Black Veil includes the full text of the work plus MLA style citations for scholarly secondary sources, peer-reviewed journal articles and critical essays for when your teacher requires extra resources in MLA format for your research paper.
Through a Black Veil
Investigates the diverse poetic manifestations of a sensibility that may be designated as French Caribbean through a close reading of a representative sample of poems. Many are presented here in translation for the first time.
Alfred and Adam have been given a mission to bring a star witness from the Riviera to London to testify in a murder trial. Before they leave Le Havre on their way to Paris, they are beset by anarchists and Fenchurch’s beloved Lancia Lambda is blown to smithereens. Black Veil is less of the traditional ‘whodunnit’ and more the international crime/spy mystery ... a creative experiment which had both Alp and Chambers slightly crazy, researching the 1930’s, mythological Bugatti supercars and metaphysics Inspector Alfred Fenchurch and his sidekick, PC Adam Cowley, were both born on the island of Jersey. They work for the Bristol Constabulary when not answering the call from Fulshard, the head of a special Anglo-French law enforcement unit. Inspector Alfred Fenchurch is part-English and part-French, obsessed with the metaphysical poets, Italian sports cars, and owns a house in Le Havre. Adam Cowley is Alfred’s one time childhood friend now devoted lover, never the stooge. Black Veil is the second Inspector Fenchurch Mystery and follows on from the first story in the Fenchurch series, The Blakely Affair. We hope that you thoroughly enjoy the story and feedback is always welcome. Please visit our website to find out what we’re working on next. Thank you! Carter Seagrove
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Through the Black Veil
Book two of Last of the Shardyn A dark god, a police chief and four knights walk into a portal… Ex-commando and Montana police chief Skip Walkins's life just got a whole lot worse. The malevolent god Asmodeous the Pale has escaped to Earth's magical twin, Theia, where he plans to release his underworld minions and enslave mankind. Skip, in a fit of unwise bravery, follows. He ends up allied again with Gavin Blackburn and the Shardyn Knights. Desperate to warn the Theians about Asmodeous, the Knights don't blink at crossing a sky-high mountain range and battling a legendary necromancer to do so. The thing is, nobody wants to listen to the Knights' tales of dread. Immersed in a magic-fueled tournament for immortality, the Theians give Gavin and Skip a motley crew of mismatched warriors to lead against all the fury of the underworld. And if Gavin and Skip can't stop Asmodeous, both Theia and Earth will be doomed. See how the struggle began in Drynn. 126,000 words
The Long Black Veil
This collection of poems offers a clever take on an old Appalachian folkstory, The Long Black Veil—in which an accused murderer chooses to be hanged instead of admitting that he was making love to his best friend’s wife while the murder was being committed—with more than 90 poems recounting the tale from various townspeople’s points of view, including the best friend, the murder victim, the judge, and the murderer.