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Fang And Claw (Wilderness, # 33)

by David Thompson

To survive in the untamed wilderness a man needs all the friends he can get. No one can battle the continual dangers for long on his own. Even a fearless frontiersman like Nate King needs help now and then and he's always ready to give it when it's needed. So when an elderly Shoshone warrior comes to Nate asking for help, Nate agrees to lend a hand-no matter how strange the request may be. The old warrior knows he doesn't have long to live and he wants to die in the remote canyon where his true love was killed many years before, slain by a giant bear straight out of Shoshone myth. No Shoshone will dare accompany the old warrior, so he and Nate will brave the dreaded canyon alone. And as Nate soon learns the hard way, some legends are far better left undisturbed.

Fang Girl

by Helen Keeble

Sure, the idea of vampires is sexy, but who actually dreams of spending eternity as a pasty, bloodthirsty fifteen-year-old? Not me. Unfortunately, the somewhat psychotic vampire who turned me into a bloodsucker didn't bother to ask first. Now I'm dealing with parents who want me to vamp them, a younger brother who's convinced I'm a zombie, and a seriously ripped vampire hunter who either wants to stake me or make out with me. Not sure which. Oh and PS, none of my favorite fanfic prepared me to deal with vampire politics--which are looking pretty tricky based on the undead Elder trying to hunt me down. What's a vampire-obsessed fangirl turned real-life fanggirl supposed to do?

Fang of the Vampire (Scream Street, Book 1)

by Tommy Donbavand

MEET LUKE WATSON: reluctant werewolf and Scream Street's latest arrival. With his new friends Resus Negative (wannabe vampire) and Cleo Farr (tomboy mummy), Luke things Scream Street might just be somewhere he can call home. However, there's one small problem: his parents are terrified by their new neighbors. Can Luke find the doorway back to the real world before they're scared to death? SCREAM STREET Fangs for coming! Read them all! Ages 8-10

Fanged and Fabulous (Immortality Bites #2)

by Michelle Rowen

My name is Sarah Dearly, and I've got major problems. Last month, I was turned into a vampire by the world's worst blind date. Then I may have, totally by accident, started a war between the mostly peaceful bloodsuckers and a bunch of sociopathic vamp hunters who have nicknamed me the Slayer of Slayers. Now I'm being used as bait to draw out the hunters' bad-ass leader, while my gorgeous 600-year-old boyfriend Thierry seems to be blowing me off, and my sizzle-hot, fanged friend Quinn is trying to turn my self-defense lessons into make-out sessions. So you know what? I'm done. I've had it. There comes a time when a vamp has to just suck it up and go after what she wants. And as soon as I figure out what that is, that's exactly what I'll do...

Fangs for the Memories (Bloodhounds, Inc. #5)

by Bill Myers

Book 5 of Bloodhounds, Inc. for middle-grade readers. When a moving van delivers what looks to be a coffin to a vacant house on Oak Street, the town gets nervous that there might be a vampire in their midst. It's up to Sean and Melissa to save Midvale!

Fangs-giving

by Dian Curtis Regan

[from the back cover] "Or better yet, FANGS!! That's what Matt wants to know. Ever since he and his little sister arrived at their grandmother's house for Thanksgiving, pretty crazy stuff has been going on. Like the strange guy who's supposed to be their grandmother's handyman. The one who wears dark glasses--even at night. And the creepy feeling Matt always has around the house--like somebody's watching him. Matt's not sure what's going on, and the nightmares about a giant vampire turkey aren't helping things. But he's determined to get to the end of the weirdness, and soon. Because he and his family aren't the only ones hungry for Thanksgiving dinner. Before they know it, they could end up as turkey stuffing!!"

Fanning the Flame

by Katherine Martin

London is abuzz with the latest scandal. A young ward has been living under the roof of a wealthy nobleman old enough to be her father. Suddenly he's murdered and she's the only suspect.

Fanning the Sacred Flame

by Matthew A. Boxt Brian D. Dillon

Fanning the Sacred Flame: Mesoamerican Studies in Honor of H. B. Nicholson contains twenty-two original papers in tribute to H. B. "Nick" Nicholson, a pioneer of Mesoamerican research. His intellectual legacy is recognized by Mesoamerican archaeologists, art historians, ethnohistorians, and ethnographers--students, colleagues, and friends who derived inspiration and encouragement from him throughout their own careers. Each chapter, which presents original research inspired by Nicholson, pays tribute to the teacher, writer, lecturer, friend, and mentor who became a legend within his own lifetime. Covering all of Mesoamerica across all time periods, contributors include Patricia R. Anawalt, Alfredo López Austin, Anthony Aveni, Robert M. Carmack, David C. Grove, Richard D. Hansen, Leonardo López Luján, Kevin Terraciano, and more. Eloise Quiñones Keber provides a thorough biographical sketch, detailing Nicholson's academic and professional journey.

Fanny Hill: or, Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure

by John Cleland

First published in 1749, Fanny Hill has remained one of the most enduringly famous erotic novels in English literature. The story follows Fanny Hill as she climbs the social ladder and lives as a prostitute, but finally rises to respectability.

A Fan's Notes

by Frederick Exley

This fictional memoir, the first of an autobiographical trilogy, traces a self professed failure's nightmarish decent into the underside of American life and his resurrection to the wisdom that emerges from despair. From the Trade Paperback edition.

The Fantastic 4: The Movie Story Book

by John Sazaklis

Stories about the Fantastic 4, 4 super heroes who try to save the world.

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

by Newt Scamander

Here is a reference book on various magical creatures in the Potterverse, some of which have appeared in the series. There are entertaining margin notes and comments written by Harry and his friends.

Fantastic Finishes: Great Last-Second, Come-from-Behind Victories

by Catherine Wolf

You have probably watched a game that came down to the last play or the final few seconds. Maybe you have even played in one! You know what it feels like: Your hands sweat, your heart races, you can't breathe. What's going to happen? Who is going to win? The suspense is unbearable. It's also what makes playing or watching sports so much fun. Bottom-of-the-ninth home runs, sudden-death field goals, last-second baskets -- these are the moments that make magical memories for sports fans and players alike. They create Fantastic Finishes.

Fantastic Four 2: Rise of the Silver Surfer

by Joseph

Adventurers. Celebrities. Family. They are the Fantastic Four, the world's greatest Super HeroTM team: scientific genius Reed Richards, with the ability to stretch and contort his body into any shape imaginable; the beautiful Susan Storm, who can render herself invisible and create and project powerful force fields; Sue's brother, Johnny Storm, who can engulf his body in flames and take flight at will; and Ben Grimm, whose freakish transmutation turns him into an orange-colored, rock-like, superhumanly strong creature. Now the Fantastic Four meet their greatest challenge yet, as an enigmatic, intergalactic herald comes to Earth -- to prepare it for destruction. As the mysterious alien being races around the globe, wreaking havoc and leaving utter chaos in its wake, Reed, Sue, Johnny, and Ben must find a way to confront this devastating force...even as a new threat looms in the surprising return of their mortal enemy, Victor Von Doom, who harbors his own deadly machinations for them all....

Fantastic Four: The Imagination Ring

by Brent Sudduth

The Fantastic Four think they are getting an award from the Mayor, but Dr. Doom tricks them and traps them in the worst ways possible. Only through teamwork can they save each other.

Fantastic Tales: Visionary and Everyday

by Italo Calvino

With this posthumously published anthology--a successor to his bestsellingItalian Folktales--Italo Calvino, a contemporary surveyor of the otherwordly, pays homage to twenty-six of his nineteenth-century precursors. The resulting volume is both an education in the history of fantastic literature and a rollercoaster ride of wonder and terror, vampires, ghosts, and the rebellious creatures of our own psyches. Selections include: E. T. A. Hoffmann--"The Sandman" G&#233rard de Nerval--"the Enchanted Hand" Nikolai Gogol--"The Nose" Edgar Allan Poe--"The Tell-Tale Heart" Hans Christian Andersen--"The Shadow" Ambrose Bierce--"Chickamauga" Robert Louis Stevenson--"The Bottle Imp" Henry James--"The Friends of the Friends" H. G. Wells--"The Country of the Blind" Comprising stories of the supernatural and narratives of the everyday uncanny,Fantastic Talesis a gallery of enchantments, deliciously entertaining yet more disturbing than our most persistent nightmares.

The Fantastic Undersea Life of Jacques Cousteau

by Dan Yaccarino

Jacques Cousteau was the world's ambassador of the oceans. His popular TV series brought whales, otters, and dolphins right into people's living rooms. Now, in this exciting picturebook biography, Dan Yaccarino introduces young readers to the man behind the snorkel.From the first moment he got a glimpse of what lived under the ocean's waves, Cousteau was hooked. And so he set sail aboard the Calypso to see the sea. He and his team of scientists invented diving equipment and waterproof cameras. They made films and televisions shows and wrote books so they could share what they learned. The oceans were a vast unexplored world, and Cousteau became our guide. And when he saw that pollution was taking its toll on the seas, Cousteau became our guide in how to protect the oceans as well.

Fantastic Voyage

by Isaac Asimov

Four men and a woman are reduced to a microscopic fraction of their original size, sent in a miniaturized atomic sub through a dying man's carotid artery to destroy a blood clot in his brain. If they fail, the entire world will be doomed.From the Paperback edition.

The Fantastic World War II

by Frank B. Gilbreth Jr.

10 stories about alternate histories of World War II.

Fantasy

by Lori Foster

Happy birthday, Brandi. . . . Security consultant Sebastian Sinclair agrees to be sold at a bachelor auction. Being bought is one thing-now he's about to be given away as a gift for some lucky birthday girl. But one look at Brandi Sommers and Sebastian can't wait to be unwrapped. . . . Open me firstBrandi really means it when she says "Oh, you shouldn't have" to her sister's outrageous birthday gift-a five-day dream vacation to a lovers' retreat. Lover included. What's she going to do in paradise with the sexy stranger Sebastian Sinclair? Brandi soon discovers she can do whatever she wants.

Fantasy

by Poul Anderson

A collection of Fantasy Story's and articles by Poul Anderson with an afterword by SandraMiesel. Showing the range of Anderson's talents from the humorous Cappen Varra story's to the somber The Visitor. There are also two essays Thud and Blunder on how to write Fantasy and Fantasy in the Age of Science. A short story set in the world of the Old Norse, Tale of Hawk, and a couple in the 20th century.. And don't forget Bullwinch's Mythology; which doesn't take place in Hell though another story does. The afterword explores the evolution of Anderson's writing and thinking and the development of his Fantasy.

Fantasy: A Collection of Short Stories

by V. Sasikumar

This is an anthology of brilliant short stories by some of the best-known short story writers such as O'Henry, Somerset Maugham, Ernest Hemingway, Evelyn Waugh, Ruskin Bond and others.

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