Alexa Wolf witnessed the death of her father as a young child. As she grew up, she vowed vengenace on those who killed her father. She takes out those who did by being a "black widow", killing the bad guys and killing them. She falls in love with a man, but finds out that he sent a thug to kill her dad. Instead of killing him right away, she decides to take out his empire, with the help of her also sexy partner and later two mariachis. Based on the music video "Howlin' for You" by the Black Keys.
Lila is a young girl who grows up helping her father Lalchand making fireworks. When she announces that she wants to be a firework-maker like Lalchand, he refuses, saying that it's no job for a girl. She then learns that in order to be a firework-maker, she must travel to Mount Merapi to get some Royal Sulphur from Razvani the Fire-Fiend. Together with his friends Chulak and Hamlet (the talking elephant), Lila travels to Mount Merapi, battling pirates, supernatural beings, wild animals, and eventually, her own worst fear.
When we first meet 14-year-old Susie Salmon, she is already in heaven. This was before milk carton photos and public service announcements, she tells us; back in 1973, when Susie mysteriously disappeared, people still believed these things didn't happen. In the sweet, untroubled voice of a precocious teenage girl, Susie relates the awful events of her death, and her own adjustment to the strange new place she finds herself. (It looks a lot like her school playground, with the good kind of swingset.) With love, longing, and a growing understanding, Susie watches her family as they cope with their grief--her ...
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