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The Undying by Anne Boyer

Title The Undying
Author Anne Boyer
Publisher Farrar, Straus and Giroux
Release Date 2019-09-17
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 320
ISBN 9780374719487
Language English, Spanish, and French
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WINNER OF THE 2020 PULITZER PRIZE IN GENERAL NONFICTION "The Undying is a startling, urgent intervention in our discourses about sickness and health, art and science, language and literature, and mortality and death. In dissecting what she terms 'the ideological regime of cancer,' Anne Boyer has produced a profound and unforgettable document on the experience of life itself." —Sally Rooney, author of Normal People "Anne Boyer’s radically unsentimental account of cancer and the 'carcinogenosphere' obliterates cliche. By demonstrating how her utterly specific experience is also irreducibly social, she opens up new spaces for thinking and feeling together. The Undying is an outraged, beautiful, and brilliant work of embodied critique." —Ben Lerner, author of The Topeka School A week after her forty-first birthday, the acclaimed poet Anne Boyer was diagnosed with highly aggressive triple-negative breast cancer. For a single mother living paycheck to paycheck who had always been the caregiver rather than the one needing care, the catastrophic illness was both a crisis and an initiation into new ideas about mortality and the gendered politics of illness. A twenty-first-century Illness as Metaphor, as well as a harrowing memoir of survival, The Undying explores the experience of illness as mediated by digital screens, weaving in ancient Roman dream diarists, cancer hoaxers and fetishists, cancer vloggers, corporate lies, John Donne, pro-pain ”dolorists,” the ecological costs of chemotherapy, and the many little murders of capitalism. It excoriates the pharmaceutical industry and the bland hypocrisies of ”pink ribbon culture” while also diving into the long literary line of women writing about their own illnesses and ongoing deaths: Audre Lorde, Kathy Acker, Susan Sontag, and others. A genre-bending memoir in the tradition of The Argonauts, The Undying will break your heart, make you angry enough to spit, and show you contemporary America as a thing both desperately ill and occasionally, perversely glorious. Includes black-and-white illustrations

The Undying by Anne Boyer

Title The Undying
Author Anne Boyer
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2020-09-08
Category
Total Pages 320
ISBN 0141990856
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Undying by Anne Boyer

Title The Undying
Author Anne Boyer
Publisher Penguin UK
Release Date 2019-09-17
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 320
ISBN 9780241399736
Language English, Spanish, and French
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WINNER OF THE PULITZER PRIZE FOR NONFICTION 2020 WINNER OF THE WINDHAM-CAMPBELL PRIZE FOR NONFICTION 2020 FINALIST FOR THE PEN / JEAN STEIN BOOK AWARD 2020 'Profound and unforgettable' Sally Rooney 'A classic . . . I have long thought of Boyer as a genius' Patricia Lockwood 'An outraged, beautiful, and brilliant work of embodied critique' Ben Lerner 'Some of the most perceptive and beautiful writing about illness and pain that I have ever read' Hari Kunzru Blending memoir with critique, an award-winning poet and essayist's devastating exploration of sickness and health, cancer and the cancer industry, in the modern world A week after her 41st birthday, Anne Boyer was diagnosed with highly aggressive triple-negative breast cancer. For a single mother living payslip to payslip, the condition was both a crisis and an initiation into new ideas about mortality and the gendered politics of illness. In The Undying - at once her harrowing memoir of survival, and a 21st-century Illness as Metaphor - Boyer draws on sources from ancient Roman dream diarists to cancer vloggers to explore the experience of illness. She investigates the quackeries, casualties and ecological costs of cancer under capitalism, and dives into the long line of women writing about their own illnesses and deaths, among them Audre Lorde, Kathy Acker and Susan Sontag. Genre-bending, devastating and profoundly humane, The Undying is an unmissably insightful meditation on cancer, the cancer industry and the sicknesses and glories of contemporary life.

The Undying by Ethan Reid

Title The Undying
Author Ethan Reid
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release Date 2014-10-07
Category Fiction
Total Pages 272
ISBN 9781476773148
Language English, Spanish, and French
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THEY HAVE COME FROM THE STARS… In this riveting apocalyptic thriller for fans of The Passage and The Walking Dead, a mysterious event plunges Paris into darkness and a young American must lead her friends to safety—and escape the ravenous “undying” who now roam the crumbling city. Jeanie and Ben arrive in Paris just in time for a festive New Year’s Eve celebration with local friends. They eat and drink and carry on until suddenly, at midnight, all the lights go out. Everywhere they look, buildings and streets are dark, as though the legendary Parisian revelry has somehow short circuited the entire city. By the next morning, all hell has broken loose. Fireballs rain down from the sky, the temperatures are rising, and people run screaming through the streets. Whatever has happened in Paris—rumors are of a comet striking the earth—Jeanie and Ben have no way of knowing how far it has spread, or how much worse it will get. As they attempt to flee the burning Latin Quarter—a harrowing journey that takes them across the city, descending deep into the catacombs, and eventually to a makeshift barracks at the Louvre Museum—Jeanie knows the worst is yet to come. So far, only she has witnessed pale, vampiric survivors who seem to exert a powerful hold on her whenever she catches them in her sights. These cunning, ravenous beings will come to be known as les moribund—the undying—and their numbers increase by the hour. When fate places a newborn boy in her care, Jeanie will stop at nothing to keep the infant safe and get out of Paris—even if it means facing off against the moribund and leaving Ben—and any hope of rescue—behind. **The publisher has provided this ebook to you without Digital Rights Management software (DRM) applied so that you can enjoy reading it on your personal devices.**

Undying by Amie Kaufman

Title Undying
Author Amie Kaufman
Publisher Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
Release Date 2019-01-22
Category Young Adult Fiction
Total Pages 384
ISBN 9781368002387
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Earth's fate rests in their hands. Trapped aboard the Undying's ancient spaceship and reeling from the truth they've uncovered, Mia and Jules are desperate to warn their home about what's coming. After a perilous escape, they crash-land on Earth's surface?but Jules and Mia can hardly fathom their new predicament: No one believes them. Because the threat against Earth is hiding in plain sight. A mounting global crisis is taking shape, starting with a mysterious illness that seems to reduce its victims to a regressed state. Jules and Mia have no choice but to take matters into their own hands, escaping custody of the International Alliance in order to reuinte Jules with his father, the disgraced expert on the alien race, whose research may be the key to saving humanity. From the mountains of Spain to the streets of Prague, the epic conclusion to the Unearthed series is a white-knuckle ride that will keep readers guessing until the final page.

Title Sekiro Side Story Hanbei the Undying
Author Shin Yamamoto
Publisher Yen Press LLC
Release Date 2020-02-27
Category Comics & Graphic Novels
Total Pages 128
ISBN 9781975314286
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Take a trip back to Japan's Sengoku Period and experience the never-before-seen story of Hanbei the Undying! Delving into Hanbei's blood-soaked past, it's a must-read for fans of From Software's hit game Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice!

The Undying by Anne Boyer

Title The Undying
Author Anne Boyer
Publisher Allen Lane
Release Date 2019-09-17
Category
Total Pages 144
ISBN 0241399726
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A week after her forty-first birthday, Anne Boyer was diagnosed with highly aggressive triple-negative breast cancer. For a single mother living payslip to payslip who had always been the caregiver rather than the one needing care, the catastrophic condition was both a crisis and an initiation into new ideas about mortality and the gendered politics of illness. A twenty-first-century Illness as Metaphor, as well as a harrowing memoir of survival, The Undyingexplores the experience of illness as mediated by digital screens, weaving in ancient Roman dream diarists, cancer hoaxers and fetishists, cancer vloggers, corporate lies, John Donne, pro-pain 'dolorists', the ecological costs of chemotherapy, and the many little murders of capitalism. It excoriates the pharmaceutical industry and the bland hypocrisies of 'pink ribbon culture' while also diving into the long literary line of women writing about their own illnesses and ongoing deaths- Audre Lorde, Kathy Acker, Susan Sontag, and others. Genre-bending, angry, profoundly humane and deeply affecting, The Undying is an unmissably original book of heart, intellect and fierce insight into the sicknesses and, occasionally, the perverse glories of our contemporary world.

The Undying Monster by Jessie Douglas Kerruish

Title The Undying Monster
Author Jessie Douglas Kerruish
Publisher Graphic Arts Books
Release Date 2021-03-02
Category Fiction
Total Pages 222
ISBN 9781513277301
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Undying Monster (1922) is a horror novel by Jessie Douglas Kerruish. Recognized as a groundbreaking work of lycanthropy, or werewolf fiction, The Undying Monster was adapted into a successful 1942 horror film starring James Ellison, Heather Angel, and John Howard. Haunted for generations, the Hammand family has grown accustomed to tragedy. Early deaths, suicides, and gruesome injuries plague their family tree, and they have long been regarded as pariahs in their rural English community. When Oliver Hammand survives a vicious attack while walking in the woods one night, his sister Swanhild resolves to put an end to the ancient curse. Seeking the guidance of Luna Bartendale, a powerful psychic, Swanhild convinces her brother to join her on a journey of discovery and danger to not only free their family from its dreadful cycle, but to save their own young lives. Together with Luna, they scour ancient archives, investigate ruined graveyards, and search for whatever clues they can find. As they delve deep into the heart of their family’s mystery, Oliver falls deeply in love with Luna. Led to the edge of existence itself, the trio find themselves face to face with a horror too terrible to imagine. The Undying Monster is a masterpiece of werewolf fiction by a largely forgotten writer of popular romance, mystery, and horror novels. With a beautifully designed cover and professionally typeset manuscript, this edition of Jessie Douglas Kerruish’s The Undying Monster is a classic of English horror fiction reimagined for modern readers.

Unearthed by Amie Kaufman

Title Unearthed
Author Amie Kaufman
Publisher Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
Release Date 2018-01-09
Category Young Adult Fiction
Total Pages 336
ISBN 9781368012294
Language English, Spanish, and French
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When Earth intercepts a message from a long-extinct alien race, it seems like the solution the planet has been waiting for. The Undying's advanced technology has the potential to undo environmental damage and turn lives around, and Gaia, their former home planet, is a treasure trove waiting to be uncovered. For Jules Addison and his fellow scholars, the discovery of an alien culture offers unprecedented opportunity for study... as long as scavengers like Amelia Radcliffe don't loot everything first. Mia and Jules' different reasons for smuggling themselves onto Gaia put them immediately at odds, but after escaping a dangerous confrontation with other scavvers, they form a fragile alliance. In order to penetrate the Undying temple and reach the tech and information hidden within, the two must decode the ancient race's secrets and survive their traps. But the more they learn about the Undying, the more their presence in the temple seems to be part of a grand design that could spell the end of the human race...

Title Garments Against Women
Author Anne Boyer
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2019-06-06
Category
Total Pages 112
ISBN 014199021X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The multi-award-winning meditation on survival, care and the place of literature in an unequal world 'Around that time my daughter and I had this exchange: Anne, imagine if the world had nothing in it. Do you mean nothing at all - just darkness - or a world without objects? I mean a world without things: no houses, chairs, or cars. A world with only people and trees and dirt. What do you think would happen? People would make things. We would make things with trees and dirt.' When the cold comes, when our needs announce themselves, it is with clothing, with possessions, in literature, through dreams - in all the forms and categories that shape, contain and constrain - that we keep ourselves alive. Yet, in a society in which some are rich and some are poor, who gets to dream, and who invents our forms? This is a book made of money and the lack of money; of writing and of not-writing; of illness and of care; of low-rent apartments, cake-baking mothers, Socratic daughters and bodies that refuse to become information.

The Undying Hope by Aparna Saha

Title The Undying Hope
Author Aparna Saha
Publisher Notion Press
Release Date 2020-03-24
Category Fiction
Total Pages 74
ISBN 9781648506574
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Undying Hope is a collection of short stories that will certainly transport you to a world of hope and optimism in characters. Most of the stories are women centric, and they eventually end with victory and happiness on the part of the female protagonist. From homemakers to working ladies, this book intends to meet the needs of all kind of readers, with unconditional love, marriage, betrayal, motherhood and woman emancipation forming the core subject matter. In the countryside girl Hina and homemaker Seema, one can envisage a profound sense of self-sacrifice for the Nation and family, respectively. With the self-satisfied chaiwala to the secret revelation in The Disease’, the book intrigues the reader to go on and on, till the end. There is an unpredictable twist in each story, which keeps the interest intact. For those who tend to give up easily and feel down in all situations, this book is a must-read, with positivity in galore.

Title The Lives and Afterlives of Enoch Powell
Author Olivier Esteves
Publisher Routledge
Release Date 2019-04-30
Category History
Total Pages 194
ISBN 9780429805165
Language English, Spanish, and French
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50 years after Enoch Powell’s self-styled detonation in the form of his so-called ‘Rivers of Blood’ speech, this volume brings together contributions from international scholars in the field of history, political science and British studies, with new insights from hitherto unexplored archives. It investigates some of the key national and grassroots parameters which, from above and from below, led to Powell’s violent irruption into the immigration debate in 1968. It apprehends Powell as a political and intellectual figure firmly established in the British Tory tradition, a tradition which was to shape the 1970s debate on race and immigration, and be avidly instrumentalised by the British far-right. It also analyses Powell’s positioning vis-à-vis the Irish question, and apprehends Powell’s late-1960s moment from an international standpoint, as one of the early stages of the conservative revolution which was to culminate in 2016 with Trump’s election. Lastly, this book weaves a thread between Powell and another recent political detonation: Brexit.

Notes Made While Falling by Jenn Ashworth

Title Notes Made While Falling
Author Jenn Ashworth
Publisher MIT Press
Release Date 2019-11-05
Category Literary Criticism
Total Pages 200
ISBN 9781912685288
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A genre-bending meditation on sickness, spirituality, creativity, and the redemptive powers of writing. Notes Made While Falling is both a genre-bending memoir and a cultural study of traumatized and sickened selves in fiction and film. It offers a fresh, visceral, and idiosyncratic perspective on creativity, spirituality, illness, and the limits of fiction itself. At its heart is a story of a disastrously traumatic childbirth, its long aftermath, and the out-of-time roots of both trauma and creativity in an extraordinary childhood. Moving from fairgrounds to Agatha Christie, from literary festivals to neuroscience and the Bible, from Chernobyl to King Lear, Ashworth takes us on a fantastic journey through familiar landscapes transformed through unexpected encounters and comic combinations. The everyday provides the ground for the macabre and the absurd, as the narration twists and stretches time. Hovering on the edge of madness, writing, it seems, might keep us sane—or might just allow us to keep on living. In Notes Made While Falling, Ashworth calls for a redefinition of the creative work of thinking, writing, teaching, and being, and she underlines the necessity of a fearlessly compassionate and empathic attention to vulnerability and fragility.

Title A Handbook of Disappointed Fate
Author Anne Boyer
Publisher Dossier
Release Date 2018-05
Category African Americans
Total Pages 240
ISBN 1937027929
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A Handbook of Disappointed Fate highlights a decade of Anne Boyer's interrogative writing on love, art, time, mortality, Kansas City, and other impossible questions. This collection includes essays on Mary J. Blige, lambs, revolutions, Missy Elliot, the law, Colette, and some of the ways we can refuse a living death.

The Undying Soul by MD Stephen J. Iacoboni

Title The Undying Soul
Author MD Stephen J. Iacoboni
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2015-06-30
Category Health & Fitness
Total Pages 168
ISBN 1634188748
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Cancer moves more slowly today, thanks to modern science. But science provides scant solace when it fails, slowly, to save our physical forms...and religious faith too often proves fragile during a long mortal watch. For decades, Dr Stephen Iacoboni carried John Donne's words with him in his coat pocket: No man is an island. Every man's death diminishes me. Therefore, do not send to know For whom the bell tolls. It tolls for thee. Donne's sentiment lived in his heart and, over time, began to break it, when the best medicine was not enough. Every patient's death begged questions. I knew there was something missing for them, and for me that until I could offer answers I would never be the healer I hoped to become. The physician did not heal himself. His patients did, at last, after extracting promises that he would bring their revelations to light. It is their stories that guide this voyage of thought and spirit, laughter and love. This book is a primer for people facing life's last and greatest mystery, and for those who travel with them an inspirational alternative to loneliness and fear...and an introduction to what is, simply, The Undying Soul.

Beyond The Black Door by A.M. Strickland

Title Beyond the Black Door
Author A.M. Strickland
Publisher Imprint
Release Date 2019-10-29
Category Young Adult Fiction
Total Pages 400
ISBN 9781250198754
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Beyond the Black Door is a young adult dark fantasy about unlocking the mysteries around and within us—no matter the cost... Everyone has a soul. Some are beautiful gardens, others are frightening dungeons. Soulwalkers—like Kamai and her mother—can journey into other people's souls while they sleep. But no matter where Kamai visits, she sees the black door. It follows her into every soul, and her mother has told her to never, ever open it. When Kamai touches the door, it is warm and beating, like it has a pulse. When she puts her ear to it, she hears her own name whispered from the other side. And when tragedy strikes, Kamai does the unthinkable: she opens the door. A.M. Strickland's imaginative dark fantasy features court intrigue and romance, a main character coming to terms with her asexuality, and twists and turns as a seductive mystery unfolds that endangers not just Kamai's own soul, but the entire kingdom ... An Imprint Book “I couldn’t put down this deliciously dark dream of a fantasy.” —New York Times bestselling author Lisa Maxwell “A dark delight, gorgeously written and as twisty and enigmatic as a labyrinth at twilight. I wanted to stay lost in its pages forever, wandering ever deeper into the maze of Strickland’s beguiling, intricately imagined world.” —Margaret Rogerson, New York Times bestselling author of An Enchantment of Ravens

The Undying by Patti Larsen

Title The Undying
Author Patti Larsen
Publisher Patti Larsen Books
Release Date 2013-04-17
Category Fiction
Total Pages 86
ISBN 9781927464427
Language English, Spanish, and French
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(New adult paranormal fantasy with witches, demons, vampires, werewolves, fairies) Storm Rising Syd! Liam's mental voice lurched against mine, his touch so strong I saw him standing in the dark basement of town hall, eyes wide, whole body shaking. The Sidhe. He let me feel his fear. Something is wrong. —Decay. Crumbling death. Loss. Crushing me, pulling at my breath, my strength, the very earth beneath me weak and failing as Shaylee cried out in pain— Syd has enough on her plate, being leader of her coven and becoming maji while trying to keep the world safe from evil sorcerers. Finding out she has to get married by her twenty-first birthday just adds to the pressure on her shoulders. That pressure doubles when the Sidhe contact her, their realm under attack by the Brotherhood. And the only way to save them is to find her own balance between the Light and the Shadow. A balance she needs her nemesis Ameline to achieve. KEYWORDS: witches, paranormal series, paranormal books, paranormal fantasy, witches, witch, witch books, magical realism, witch fantasy, magical fantasy, vampire series, vampire books, shifter books, shifter series, werewolf series, werewolf books, vampire book

The Undying by Joseph Eric Crawford

Title The Undying
Author Joseph Eric Crawford
Publisher Xlibris Corporation
Release Date 2017-03-27
Category Fiction
Total Pages 100
ISBN 9781524583132
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Sheila Barton is an investigative reporter for a big city newspaper. But she doesnt focus on boring stories like robbery, murder, or graft. If there is an element of the supernatural or the unexplained in a certain incident, then her curiosity is piqued. However, this is not mere morbid fascination with creepy locales or haunted landmarks. It stems from an encounter from her childhood with a mysterious phantasm that everyone she has known doubts really happened. Rider Hague is an expert in the occult and is a college professor who has spent most of his life researching the root causes of things that go bump in the night. But a chance meeting (or is it?) with a beautiful woman has led him into a world of darkness and evil he never believed existed. Now, these two very human, very mortal people will have to deal with the Undying!

The Undying by Mudrooroo

Title The Undying
Author Mudrooroo
Publisher ETT Imprint
Release Date 2018-09-01
Category Fiction
Total Pages 208
ISBN 9780648096399
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A daring and thrilling journey into a fantastical world of shamans, vampires and werebears where aboriginal Dreaming and Gothic horror are woven together to create a powerful and seamless narrative. I, the stranger with strange habits which make me avoid the full light of day, enter into the warm circle of your fire and will exchange my yarn for your company... The stranger, George, tells a story of wonder and horror. Jangamuttuk, his father and Master of the Ghost Dreaming, is a shaman with ceremonies to send the white ghosts back to their own world. But the ghosts keep coming, settling on the land and destroying the local people. Initiated into the Dreaming, George learns the secret of transforming into his animal companion, Dingo, and discovers the thrill of the hunt. But he is not alone in his lust for blood. Amelia, the white woman, shares his appetite, feeding on humans and animals alike to maintain her terrible power. Moving into the white settlement, she creates a psychic barrier around it to protect herself and her slaves. The aboriginal people must draw on every resource, both physical and psychic, to overcome this threat to their existence. ABOUT MUDROOROO'S MASTER OF THE GHOST DREAMING:'A real page-turner. The prose is lyrical, yet simple, the images real and ironic... an exciting, moving and engaging novel.' - SOPHIE MASSON, AUSTRALIAN BOOK REVIEW 'A most original contribution to Australian literary style... probably the first instinctively Australian magical-realist novel.' - ROD MORAN, WEST AUSTRALIAN

Title UNDYING QUEEN BOOK THREE Quest for the Undying Queen
Author Abraham Kawa
Publisher ARH BOOKS
Release Date 2020-08-09
Category Art
Total Pages 86
ISBN 9203456XXXX
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Arkhalla There cannot be a world without a Queen. The Undying may be no more – the few of them left hunted and with a price on their heads – but the darkness of their legacy still lives on. Shamath, the hero who saved humanity, roams the earth a man lost, his life turned into a hunt with little purpose. Far across the sea, in the deserts of Egypt, Bel and Narama, both shades of their former selves, struggle to build a new life, yet even the bond between them seems broken. But out of nowhere comes a new chance at life for hero and foe alike. A call from the beyond sends Shamath on a desperate quest, his routing out the Undying now infused with dread urgency. Meanwhile, a miracle brings Narama and Bel promise of peace. Yet the same hopes that revive the three of them threaten to tangle them once more into a fight to the death. The secret Shamath seeks that will lead to the domain of the dread demon Asag lies with his enemies, and he will spare no effort to find it. But if Shamath succeeds in his quest, the world may end in blood and fire, fulfilling, at last, the Dark God’s plan. To bring back to life the Undying Queen herself.