A young greased-teenage rebellion, Bobby who is in a conflict resolution with a group of gangsters. He demonstrates the car by falling off the egde of a cliff that he dies in a fiery accident. Following a strange journey from death after life, Bobby learns from his new spirit guide Rafferty, that he needs to earn his ticket, by taking a subway train to Heaven by acting like a Guardian angel for nerdy Lenny Barnes.
Cameron, a 16-year-old slacker whose somewhat dysfunctional family has just about given up on him, as perhaps he himself has, when his diagnosis of Creutzfeldt-Jacob, "mad cow" disease, reunites them, if too late. The heart of the story, though, is a hallucinatory—or is it?—quest with many parallels to the hopeless but inspirational efforts of Don Quixote, about whom Cameron had been reading before his illness. Just like the crazy—or was he?—Spaniard, Cam is motivated to go on a journey by a sort of Dulcinea. His pink-haired, white-winged version goes by Dulcie and leads him to take up arms against the ...
During growing hostilities between humans and mutants on the rise, Professor Charles Xavier created the original team by bringing together five promising young mutants: Jean Grey, Scott Summers, Henry McCoy, Robert Drake, and Warren Worthington III with the purpose of training them to use their powers for the benefit of mankind. He named this team the X-Men because of the extra abilities they all possessed as mutants. So that the team could operate covertly without blowing their cover they were all given code-names. Bobby Drake, the youngest member of the group and class clown, chose the obvious name Iceman because ...
Heaven Casteel wanted a life away from the poverty and humiliation she suffered in her small W.V. town. Now living with her rich estranged grandparents she must fight for acceptance in her prestigious boarding school and past the dark secrets that surrounds her new family. Heaven must also fight her feelings for her only friend and confidant the enigmatic Troy Tattertown, who lives in seclusion near the mansion grounds.
In the height of the Roaring Twenties USA, two members of the Magdalene Order, sister Rosette Christopher, and her demon partner Chrono, travel around the country eliminating demonic threats appearing with increasing regularity across America, while Rosette searches for Joshua, her lost brother.
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