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A pandemic is spreading through the streets of Seattle. Drugs run rampant through its population, and no one knows this better than Carter, an ex-heroin junkie and lifetime User. Born with a superheated heart, Carter can unleash fire through his pores, igniting anything he touches.
"Like the movie Hancock? This is better."
In this coming of age story a tragic accident leaves Trevor looking for a place to call home. And now that his parents are gone the only one he can turn to is his uncle Gary - the legendary fetish-porn producer. Surrounded by new friends, a new school, and an environment that he could never have imagined, Trevor finds that the past he thought he knew was a well-constructed lie.
People crisscrossing one another's lives against the backdrop of a South Florida beach, which has the ability to make the most horrific of scenarios still look like a postcard. This is a flash look at how people can affect each other in an instant- sometimes without ever knowing the impact they've made.
Jessica Riley is a heart breaking, arrogant, narcissistic, egotistical bitch. And yet I love her so.
Fast-paced, action-packed and funny, The Demonic Incident in Chinatown is the second in a series of middle grade books for fearless, adventure loving kids. Warning... this audiobook contains a scowling demon, a headless horseman, an angry dragon, an ordinary boy, and an extraordinary castle. There's cheesecake. And something straight out of HELL. You've been warned.
Jack Harper lives in an old castle turned museum. The day he calls Hell to order a demon is one of his more interesting days of his twelve year old life. One demon delivery later, Hell wants to be paid in gold. Between you and me, Jack can't pay. He's in a bit of a hellish pickle.