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Warriors of the Laughing God 2015
Thrud The Barbarian Carl Critchlow 2013-09-24 The Eagle-Award winning barbarian parody series is collected at last! Thrud the Barbarian leads a simple life, one of popping down to his local pub, quaffing a few tankards of ale and starting a fight in which everyone else is beaten senseless. After which comes the wenches! Hurrah! Trouble is, there always seems to be someone with a quest to interrupt his peace, quiet and packet of crispsÉ In his first-ever collection, Thrud faces down a necromancer (FWAP! SPLATT! THOWK!), protects his beer against fierce Frost Giants (THWOP! KER-THUNK!), faces his arch-nemesis (MASH! TWHACK! THUNKTHUNKTHUNK!), assumes the role of the king he accidentally killed (POK!), and gets his pint spilled on a mission into the depths of the jungle (SPLUTCH!)!
Warriors of Ultramar Graham McNeill 2015-05 In the cold dakness of space, the voracious alian tyranids travel from world to world, consuming all in a futile attempt to slake their hunger for bio-matter. Lying directly in theirpath is the industrial planet Tarsis Ultra, where Captain Uriel Ventris and the Ultramarines of Fourth Company stand shoulder to shoulder with their battle-brothers from the Mortifactors Chapter. As war rages and the situation looks bleak, Uriel must accept the barbaric traditions of his allies and act against the ancient tactics laid down in the holy Codex Astartes if there is to be any chance of destroying the alien menace. Previous Titles: Nightbringer - 9781849708609 Dark Hunters: Umbra Sumus - 9781849708449
Sabbat Worlds Dan Abnett 2011 Across the Sabbat Worlds, a bitter conflict is fought, a conflict that can only end in victory or annihilation. This anthology opens the gateway to the Sabbat Worlds like never before.
Rule book Andy Chambers 1997
The Battle to Give Hendrik Verwaay 2020-04-03 A fictional economic roundtable conference on global poverty and the need to re-think charity and foreign aid.
The Penguin Book of Exorcisms Joseph P. Laycock 2020-09-08 Haunting accounts of real-life exorcisms through the centuries and around the world, from ancient Egypt and the biblical Middle East to colonial America and twentieth-century South Africa A Penguin Classic Levitation. Feats of superhuman strength. Speaking in tongues. A hateful, glowing stare. The signs of spirit possession have been documented for thousands of years and across religions and cultures, even into our time: In 2019 the Vatican convened 250 priests from 50 countries for a weeklong seminar on exorcism. The Penguin Book of Exorcisms brings together the most astonishing accounts: Saint Anthony set upon by demons in the form of a lion, a bull, and a panther, who are no match for his devotion and prayer; the Prophet Muhammad casting an enemy of God out of a young boy; fox spirits in medieval China and Japan; a headless bear assaulting a woman in sixteenth-century England; the possession in the French town of Loudun of an entire convent of Ursuline nuns; a Zulu woman who floated to a height of five feet almost daily; a previously unpublished account of an exorcism in Earling, Iowa, in 1928--an important inspiration for the movie The Exorcist; poltergeist activity at a home in Maryland in 1949--the basis for William Peter Blatty's novel The Exorcist; a Filipina girl "bitten by devils"; and a rare example of a priest's letter requesting permission of a bishop to perform an exorcism--after witnessing a boy walk backward up a wall. Fifty-seven percent of Americans profess to believe in demonic possession; after reading this book, you may too.