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The Atlantic Guardian

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The Atlantic Guardian by Richard Lynch
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The Atlantic Gaurdian takes one on a mind altering journey which examines the darkest and most hidden aspects of the human mind. Through the pages of this collection of novellas one comes to grips with the emotions of the antagonists and the superficial needs of the protagonists. "Where the Hungry are Kept," delivers the challenge for man to differentiate dreams from reality while delivering the desire for salvation to exist in the wanting of making reality a nightmare. In the twisted scheme of James, Mark Weathers realiases the insignificance of his existence and accepts the purpose he plays in the preserval of mankind. His dreams become the reality of martyrdom while his nightmare assumes the part of benevolence. Sarah Niandra understands that "Life aint so bad," as long as life exists. She is forced to appreciate the insipidness which devours her in exchange for her comprehension of the inhumaneness which plagues the rest of us. "Lonesome Song" is the ideal novella for those who wish to "give up." The grim reaper shows us purgatory in "Death is worth it." He makes us appreciate the good afterlife and forces us to loathe the bad one. "After the crimson sky," conveys the emotion of the villain. the love story, in its sense, helps one personify the classic being of the benign and helps one to associate with the surreal existence which we refuse to accept. Amid the collection of the suspense novellas of the "Atlantic Guardian," one will understand that horror and fiction travels beyond the unknown. The reader will comprehend that much of which is beyond us, is like us. One will appreciate the villains' ardor and their actions while being sympathetic to the victims' demeanor. In this exilirating suspense/thriller/horror the reader will certainly lust for the chance to devour the script from the beginning to the end, for the second time.
Release date Australia
August 1st, 2006
Author
Country of Publication
United States
Imprint
AuthorHouse
Pages
240
Dimensions
127x203x14
ISBN-13
9781425951054
Product ID
1892473

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