Deadly Class Vol. 9: Bone Machine

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Deadly Class Vol. 9: Bone Machine Book

The Sophomore exam draws near as another year comes to a close in RICK REMENDER and WES CRAIG's smash-hit series. Collects DEADLY CLASS #40-44...

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Deadly Class Vol. 9: Bone Machine - Rick Remender
pdf | 317 KB | English | Isbn: 1534318097 | Author: Rick Remender | Release Date: 2020-06-17
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The Sophomore exam draws near as another year comes to a close in RICK REMENDER and WES CRAIG's smash-hit series. Collects DEADLY CLASS #40-44
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#1 Deadly Class Vol. 9: Bone Machine

Deadly Class Vol. 9: Bone Machine Book Rick Remender
  • Author : Rick Remender
  • Publisher : Image Comics
  • Release Date : 2020-06-17
  • Total Pages : 132
  • Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
  • Review : (116)

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The Sophomore exam draws near as another year comes to a close in RICK REMENDER and WES CRAIG's smash-hit series. Collects DEADLY CLASS #40-44

#2 Bone House

Bone House Book Scott Laudati
  • Author : Scott Laudati
  • Publisher : Bone Machine, Inc.
  • Release Date : 2018-03-11
  • Total Pages : 118
  • Genre : Poetry
  • Review : (151)

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Bone House is the second collection of poems by Scott Laudati. Topics include celebrity, love, dogs, New York City, youth, drugs and faith.

#3 Deadly Class - Tome 9 - Bone Machine

Deadly Class - Tome 9 - Bone Machine Book Rick Remender
  • Author : Rick Remender
  • Publisher : Urban Comics
  • Release Date : 2021-02-12
  • Total Pages : 121
  • Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
  • Review : (314)

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Lorsque Marcus Lopez, orphelin sans-abris, a rejoint l'école des Arts Létaux de Kings Dominion, il se doutait bien que ça ne serait pas une promenade de santé. Pour autant, il n'aurait jamais imaginé vivre une telle souffrance physique et psychologique durant sa première année. Après un avant-goût éphémère de ce que pourrait être une « belle vie » le long des plages du Mexique, lui et Maria sont de retour sur le campus ; non plus en tant que « rats » chassés par les plus puissants, mais en tant que couple admiré de tous. Une popularité qui risque de faire des envieux, et notamment attiser la haine d'Helmut, bien décidé à venger son amour disparu, Petra. (Contient Deadly Class Volume 9: Bone Machine (#40-44))

#4 Humanity Is Trying

Humanity Is Trying Book Jason Gots
  • Author : Jason Gots
  • Publisher : Harlequin
  • Release Date : 2022-03-01
  • Total Pages :
  • Genre : Biography & Autobiography
  • Review : (213)

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My sister and I are driving south toward Graceland in her beat-up red Saturn, both in need of refuge, both running from different things. Her bumper sticker reads “Humanity Is Trying.” It’s a triple entendre, she explains: Humanity is exhausting. Humanity is struggle. Humanity is doing the best it knows how. Humanity Is Trying is several books in one. It’s a memoir about the love and the loss of a sister and a best friend. It’s the story of a series of escape attempts—cowardly, courageous, harmful, and hopeful—experiments in freedom from the stories that limit us. And it’s a record of spiritual, intellectual, and emotional growth with the help of friends, psychedelics, art, and spiritual practice. From Jason Gots, creator of the podcasts Think Again and Clever Creature, comes a philosophical love letter to the slow, messy work of building a life and living with your dreams in the face of reality.

#5 The Many Lives of Tom Waits

The Many Lives of Tom Waits Book Patrick Humphries
  • Author : Patrick Humphries
  • Publisher : Omnibus Press
  • Release Date : 2009-12-17
  • Total Pages : 400
  • Genre : Music
  • Review : (306)

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This full length biography is the first comprehensive account of a truly legendary artist. It covers every aspect of the life and career of a man who has never seemed to be in the slightest danger of losing his credibility to mainstream success. With twenty albums to his credit and a legion of passionate fans, the uncompromising Waits continues to conjure up tender, ragged and magical songs that have attracted cover versions by artists as esteemed as Bruce Springsteen, Rod Stewart, The Eagles, Elvis Costello, Meat Loaf, The Ramones and Johnny Cash. Abrasive and single-minded, the gravel voiced singer/songwriter and occasional movie actor has followed one of the most unlikely career paths in popular music. Patrick Humphries' biography finally does this unique character justice with an in-depth critical overview of his life and work supplemented with authoritative discography and filmography.

#6 Nightmare Highway

Nightmare Highway Book William Vitka
  • Author : William Vitka
  • Publisher : Permuted Press
  • Release Date : 2016-09-06
  • Total Pages : 208
  • Genre : Fiction
  • Review : (234)

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Athena wants one thing: to die her own way, among the redwoods in California. She doesn’t have much time to get there, either—like all the other survivors of the plague, her body is riddled with cancer. So she loads up her car, loads up her guns, and starts her journey west from New York. She’s determined to let nothing stand in her way. All of that changes when a healthy pregnant woman and her brother cross Athena’s path. Soon, all three find themselves hunted on the highways by a murderous organization called The Iron Cross. But nothing The Iron Cross can do compares to the nightmare an evil genius named Doc Frankie has in store for them.

#7 Advanced Technologies For Meat Processing

Advanced Technologies For Meat Processing Book Leo M.L. Nollet,Fidel Toldra
  • Author : Leo M.L. Nollet,Fidel Toldra
  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Release Date : 2006-03-21
  • Total Pages : 483
  • Genre : Technology & Engineering
  • Review : (1)

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In recent years, the meat industry has incorporated important technological advances that, to this point, have not been addressed in a single source. Comprehensive and authoritative, Advanced Technologies for Meat Processing presents developments concerning the quality, analysis, and processing of meat and meat products. Co-Edited by Fidel Toldra - Recipient of the 2010 Distinguished Research Award from the American Meat Science Association Featuring contributions from a panel of international experts, the book details technologies used in the meat processing chain. It describes important processing methodologies such as gene technology, automation, irradiation, hot boning, high pressure, vacuum-salting, enzymes, starters, and bacteriocins. The book begins by exploring various production systems that include the use of modern biotechnology, automation in slaughterhouses, and rapid non-destructive on-line detection systems. It proceeds to describe different new technologies such as decontamination, high pressure processing, and fat reduction. The book then examines functional meat compounds such as peptides and antioxidants and the processing of nitrate-free products and dry-cured meat products. It also discusses bacteriocins that fight against meat-borne pathogens and the latest developments in bacterial starters for improved flavor in fermented meats. It concludes with a discussion of packaging systems of the final products.

#8 Lowside of the Road

Lowside of the Road Book Barney Hoskyns
  • Author : Barney Hoskyns
  • Publisher : Crown
  • Release Date : 2009-05-19
  • Total Pages : 640
  • Genre : Biography & Autobiography
  • Review : (2)

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With his trademark growl, carnival-madman persona, haunting music, and unforgettable lyrics, Tom Waits is one of the most revered and critically acclaimed singer-songwriters alive today. After beginning his career on the margins of the 1970s Los Angeles rock scene, Waits has spent the last thirty years carving out a place for himself among such greats as Bob Dylan and Neil Young. Like them, he is a chameleonic survivor who has achieved long-term success while retaining cult credibility and outsider mystique. But although his songs can seem deeply personal and somewhat autobiographical, fans still know very little about the man himself. Notoriously private, Waits has consistently and deliberately blurred the line between fact and fiction, public and private personas, until it has become impossible to delineate between truth and self-fabricated legend. Lowside of the Road is the first serious biography to cut through the myths and make sense of the life and career of this beloved icon. Barney Hoskyns has gained unprecedented access to Waits’s inner circle and also draws on interviews he has done with Waits over the years. Spanning his extraordinary forty-year career from Closing Time to Orphans, from his perilous “jazzbo” years in 1970s LA to such shape-shifting albums as Swordfishtrombones and Rain Dogs to the Grammy Award winners of recent years, this definitive biography charts Waits’s life and art step by step, album by album. Barney Hoskyns has written a rock biography—much like the subject himself—unlike any other. It is a unique take on one of rock’s great enigmas.

#9 The Words and Music of Tom Waits

The Words and Music of Tom Waits Book Corinne Kessel
  • Author : Corinne Kessel
  • Publisher : ABC-CLIO
  • Release Date : 2008-11-30
  • Total Pages : 192
  • Genre : Music
  • Review : (1)

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Tom Waits's distinctive, bourbon-soaked growl, his unique persona, and his incorporation of musical styles from blues to experimental to vaudeville have secured for him a top-shelf cult following and an extraordinary critical respect. The idea of the Wanderer - someone who seeks an escape from all of life's problems, and dreams himself into oblivion - serves as the fundamental personality type around which all Waits's music revolves. Ten years of producing and touring with Waits's macabre folktale adaptation across Canada and the U.S. has given author Corinne Kessel direct access to his work, creative process, and his associates. In this comprehensive analysis, Kessel examines all of the many characters that have appeared throughout the course of Waits' musical career, from Closing Time (1973) to Orphans: Brawlers, Bawlers, and Bastards. His raw form of expression and his evocative lyrics work together to form an emotional chronicle of society's misfits, outcasts, and lowlifes. He is not the sort of composer to chase after shiny red fire trucks to awesome blazing fires, but instead looks after the intangible dreams found dissipating in the last wisp of smoke from a cigarette, held in the weathered hands of a broken soul. Here, author Corinne Kessel pursues Waits into this distinctly murky and unsettled atmosphere to address in particular Waits's enduring questions of reality, landscape, and identity.