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Together with the movie comes this German sc Expensive, but very very cool: Any thoughts on what the price should be? Extra info I now only have one of them Not in the best of shape, but as I collect Christines, I'll take it!
I have one and yes, the blood is different on them. There are some that the artist has signed. I'm not sure how many that is or how it affects the price.
But mine has the signature in black on the box. Yes, Mr. Helnwein signed some When you only want the Blut-Box Stephen King book: Brennen muss Salem http: Joyland by Stephen King , Hardcover, Spanish language edition http: I can't read Polish, but the pictures are self explanatory: From the reddit channel about Stephen King: One of the best book covers I've seen" http: Bachman http: Mercedes http: Here are 4 Azerbaijan King books.
Really like The Green Mile! Very cool!!! Yes that is a great cover. I need your help. I'm trying to understand what's in this book and when I translate the table of contents I get this: Any thoughts? Selected Works translation guy: Box The Crate. For you weird foreign language book owners who like to have books in languages they can't read will appreciate this. Thought they were kinda cool. Haven't understood German since high school but hey why not.
Sperling Paperback - C02 http: Thanks, Lilja: I only add them to my website when you sell those books to me: Saw this on Etsy and thought I'd pass it along. Nice looking book! Danish Dead Zone https: Vincent Chong http: This is the art that will be on a cover of the second "The Dark Tower" book Just to remind you: Books will be hardcovers Book One "The Gunslinger" will include LSOE story Vincent Chong will do all artworks Book covers will look like tarot cards Publication schedule says that there will be one book every month starting from june 3rd http: I'm almost tempted to go for this series I'm also tempted But - where could we order these editions?
There's no Polish site, I guess? Maybe from the publisher?? Link burial???
I'd agree. If this is a cheap edition, and can get affordable shipping, this could be nice to have, even if I can't actually read it. The URL below appears to point to it. You have to click an "Agree" type button toward the top of the page that isn't translated. Might be more confusion than necessary at the moment. Burial can help more surely. At the moment there is a preorder for part one only. Soon you'll be inundated with interested anyones Awesome you're willing to help out!
I think I'd like to see the next couple covers first, but if they look anything like the first, then hell yeah! Thanks burial for the alert, and for the future assistance. Final cover design: Love it.
And here I had just made up my mind I wasn't going to order these books after all. And now, after having seen two covers, I just know I won't be able to resist - again. Darn fingers taking over, leading an ordering life of their own You will just sell them next year! Siep, just download them now and sell them to me after a week or 2: I definitely need this series! Third Dark Tower novel Awesome, Burial. I'm looking forward to getting these, assuming that we can all figure out a good shipping manner.
I'm in Dallas, TX though, so it might make more sense if someone in an East Coast port city did this. Still lots of time, but I'm willing to do this part of the redistribution for these. Please count me in for getting a copy of these editions. Also happy to help if needed for consolidated shipping. Dang, just noticed the "key" on the cover of 3 above. Awesome job, Vincent Chong! As I said earlier - I will help anyone who wants these new book. Just let me know if you want them one-by-one or in sets of book.
I already have the first one and it looks great Vincent Chong's cover for "Wizard and Glass": Thanks for offering! Got it myself too. I've seen some on site as well the last few days. What search words were you using to find them? I'm not having much luck right now- I'm trying to figure out if I'm not searching for the right words, or if there just aren't any out there at the moment.
Not sure if anyone posted this one yet. Took a photo of this blood-spattered Dutch edition of Finders Keepers when I was in the Netherlands for work a couple of weeks ago. I love these types of editions!
Polish edition of "The bazaar of bad dreams". Cover by Vincent Chong.
In bookstores in november. Thanks for the info. I love anything tarot and Mr. Chong's cards make a great wallpaper http: I would love to have some of those prelims.
Book was sent from Poland. Have received several lately. I like hardcovers without dustjackets as well! There are several series released in Poland, Russia, Ukraine. Vincent Chong: Song of Susannah http: September 25th DT5: October 9th DT6 and DT7: November 4th.
Is that the Arkenstone on the tower? I've always found the oriel window at the top of the Tower pretty much impossible to picture based on its description. This isn't a terrible depiction. November 4th Oy vey. I better start downloading those! Even having them shipped across the world, the price isn't bad at all. I finally am ordering the first three--all your fault, Paul!!
You'll like them. I really like them. And you can blame Sebastian because I think he was the one who inspired me to download them if I remember correctly. It's a chain reaction is what it is! Cheap or not, it's a DT set, so I had to download them as well ; They look very nice al lined up on the shelf! That's a DT set as well, so Some day.. I might just sell you?? No shipping costs! Time will tell ;. I always loved that illustration so I am pretty excited about it!
Just missing the 6 now! It will include brand new illustration by a young artist, and apparently the publisher is planning on a marketing campaign about it. In the meantime, I can remind that the french edition currently available have illustrations by a french artist and those are not available in other editions.
November 4th Has anyone seen the recent releases of these from book 4 available on site? The seller I have been downloading them from isn't showing the new ones yet. Book 4 and twttk has been released as planned. Already on my shelf ; 5th will be released in few days. Yes, I know. Where are you downloading them from? The seller I bought the first three from hasn't listed the new ones.
I think burial just downloads his books in a bookshop just around the corner: D Thanks Rogier. So will wait for then to see. Here's a picture of Keyhole. There is just something about the SK Asian editions. That South Korean Long Walk is so cool! Very nice cover. Do you know where we can order these? This is e-mail address of the South Korean publisher. I'm beginning to think an intervention is in order when you start collecting SK King books. I wouldn't mind getting a couple of those Mr.
Mar 07, Sidharth Vardhan rated it really liked it Shelves: Ludo is agoraphobic, even back in Europe she was afraid of sky. Even at age of seven she would carry a umbrella to school, no matter what the weather.
And so, when she finds herself alone in a continent of vast skies she doesn't know in a time of chaos Angola's independence she bricks herself into her flat and lives alone except for company of her dog who later dies and books living like a cast-out on birds and animals, in a small unviable hole that the world around her is oblivious of.
Sh Ludo is agoraphobic, even back in Europe she was afraid of sky. She sits in there suffering needlessly looking out with a fear that has become a habitual illusion. The writing, as far as her life is concerned, is beautiful both the third person and first person parts. I get things wrong, as I read, and in those mistakes, sometimes, I find incredible things that are right" "If I still had the space, charcoal, and available walls, I could compose a great work about forgetting: In any case, these conversations do me good.
It was as though she was incinerating the whole planet. Burning Ulysses, by Joyce, she had lost Dublin. Getting rid of Three Trapped Tigers, she had incinerated old Havana. It was first written as a movie script and that might be possible flaw here. Ludo's life touches lives of a few characters. While chapters on these side characters draw picture of lives of Portuguese settles post independence, the period of communism and afterwards and have some pretty great writing to themselves, to me they were just annoying distraction from chapters on Ludo's life which are ironically much shorter and yet more powerful.
Also 'Portuguese settlers' is the word, there are comparatively few Afro characters in the story. Contava oitenta e cinco anos.
Seis horas, lugar habitual. No meu desentendimento acreditei que fora Deus a dar-me as pedras. Via nele um resumo de tudo que a horrorizava em Angola: View all 3 comments. Agualusa has written a fictionalized account based on the true story of Ludovica Fernandes Mano, a Portuguese woman who barricaded herself in an Angolan apartment from Angolan independence to Angolan civil war. She is limited to what she has access to, starting with her own food stores and then the fruit from the terrace, pigeons, and burning books for fire.
I was reading this for my Africa project, so was a bit disappointed that 1 the main character was Portuguese with very Agualusa has written a fictionalized account based on the true story of Ludovica Fernandes Mano, a Portuguese woman who barricaded herself in an Angolan apartment from Angolan independence to Angolan civil war. I was reading this for my Africa project, so was a bit disappointed that 1 the main character was Portuguese with very little connection to Angola and 2 so much of the novel took place inside the apartment.
There are bits and pieces of what is going on in the outside, and the reader actually knows a bit more than Ludo does. Still, I enjoyed it. The story is interspersed with Ludo's writings, imagined of course, but it helps to see more of her internal view.
Perhaps the whole country is in the process of disappearing, a village here, a village there, by the time we notice there'll be nothing left at all.
This is the fifth book I have read this year from them! Both highlight the lives of women who are living in isolation through intentional moves in their lives, but in one novel the life is physically solitary Agualusa and the other it is psychological Kang.
An interesting parallel just the same. Jan 03, Resh The Book Satchel rated it it was amazing. What a fabulous book!!! Why isn't this book all over social media? Why isn't everyone talking about this book? I loved it to bits.
This book is nothing like anything I have read before.
I cannot think of any other books that I can compare it with. But pick up a copy already. A General Theory of Oblivion relates the story of Ludo, who at the beginning of Angola's civil unrest, literally barricades herself into her apartment by building a wall and stays there for 30 years. As well as her survival story, told partly through her journal entries, we also get vignettes of other players in the war.
These are told in a factual way, similar to news reports. By the end, we can see how the strands weave together. The book has the feel of a fable, with symbolic animals and portents, but doesn't feel too unrealistic either. The balance is perfect. I very, very rarely re-read books, but this one made me want to go back to the beginning and start again.
Yes, I loved it that much! May 21, Sarah Harakeh rated it it was amazing Shelves: I couldn't put it down at all.
It has been a while since I read a perfect book that made me fall in love with it from the very first pages. It tells the story of a woman who shuts herself in her house for 30 years, while living the war in Angola.
I won't say more because it contains some revelations throughout its pages or else I will ruin it. It is written really beautifully that one can't but fall in love with it and be affected while reading it. I totally recommend this to anyone who is looki I couldn't put it down at all.
I totally recommend this to anyone who is looking for a good engrossing read. Ou gostaria de acreditar. Foi o que disse a Sabalu: View all 6 comments. Ich kann mich noch sehr gut an meine Kindheit erinnern, als die Nachrichten voll waren, mit den Namen der ganzen Splittergruppen bzw.
Soziale Gerechtigkeit, Freiheit, Revolution, und die Leute vegetieren vor sich hin, werden krank und sterben.
Er fiel vom Dach, als er versuchte, sie zu befestigen. View all 8 comments. The state of being completely forgotten.
The Kubango starts being called the Okavango when it crosses the Namibian border. Though it is a large river, it doesn't fulfill the same destiny as its peers: It opens its broad arms and dies in the middle of the desert. It is a sublime death, a generous one, which fills the sands of the Kalahari with green and with life.
Monte had spent his thirtieth wedding anniversary on the Okavango Delta, in an eco-lodge - a gift from his children. Those had been blessed days, he and Maria Clara catching beetles and butterflies, reading, going on canoe trips. There are some people who experience a fear of being forgotten. It's a pathology call athazagoraphobia.
The opposite happened to him, he lived in terror that he would never be forgotten. There, on the Okavango Delta, he had felt forgotten. He had been happy. Considering that this is based on the true story of Ludovica Fernandes Mano, a Portuguese woman in Luanda, who, just days before Independence in , bricked herself into her apartment and then stayed there for the next twenty eight years, there is a remarkable array of characters.
Swirling around the vicissitudes and resourcefulness of Ludo's constrained life, other dreamlike stories hop and skip like Che Guevara, the monkey - so named because he has a rather rebellious look about him, a bit of a joker, and he is haughty like a king who has lost his kingdom and his crown. Or these stories dance, like Fofo the pygmy hippopotamus, they take a step forward and then three back, they loop round and form new, unexpected couplings, they are light on their feet and mysterious, sometimes there are but snippets, glimpses of a figure whose lankiness you have to remember, or whose spotty face will show up again later.
So, if we want to answer the questions posed above we cannot avoid the problematization of this crisis and the process of changing it involves. The second presupposition is that to think this problematic field requires us to summon up a transdisciplinary gaze, for innumerable layers of reality are interwoven there, whether on the macropolitical plane facts and lifestyles in their formal, sociological exteriority or on the micropolitical one the forces that shake reality, dissolving its forms and engendering others in a process that involves desire and subjectivity.
What will be proposed next are some elements for a cartography of this process, sketched essentially from a micropolitical point of view. One of the problems of the politics of subjectivation that artistic practices face has been the anesthesia of our vulnerability to the other — an anesthesia all the more devastating when the other is represented by the ruling cartography as hierarchically inferior, because of his or her economic, social or racial condition, or on any other basis.
But vulnerability is the precondition for the other to cease being a simple object for the projection of pre-established images, in order to become a living presence, with whom we can construct the territories of our existence and the changing contours of our subjectivity. Now, being vulnerable depends on the activation of a specific capacity of the sensible, which has been repressed for many centuries, remaining active only in certain philosophical and poetic traditions.
These traditions culminated in the artistic vanguards of the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, whose activity produced effects that have left their mark on art across the twentieth century.
More broadly, they propagated throughout the social tissue, ceasing to be a privilege of the cultural elites, particularly from the s on.
Neuroscience itself, in recent research, corroborates this observation that each of our sense organs is the bearer of a double capacity: The former corresponds to perception, allowing us to apprehend the world in terms of forms, in order to then project upon them the representations we have available, so as to give them meaning. This capacity, which is the most familiar to us, is associated with time, with the history of the subject and with language.
With it arise the very figures of subject and object, clearly delineated and maintaining a relationship of exteriority to each other. The cortical capacity of the sensible is what allows us to preserve the map of reigning representations, so that we can move through a known scenario where things remain in their due places with a minimum of stability.
The second, subcortical capacity, which is less known to us because of its historical repression, allows us to apprehend the world as a field of forces that affect us and make themselves present in our bodies in the form of sensations. The exercise of this capacity is disengaged from the history of the subject and of language.
With it, the other is a living presence composed of a malleable multiplicity of forces that pulse in our sensible texture, thus becoming part of our very selves.
Here the figures of subject and object dissolve, and with them, that which separates the body from the world. Between the capacity of our body to resonate and its capacity of perception there is a paradoxical relation, for these are modes of apprehending reality that work according to totally distinct logics, irreducible to each other. For this reason they throw our references into crisis and impose on us the urgency of inventing new forms of expression.
Thus we integrate into our body the signs that the world gives us, and through their expression, we incorporate them to our existential territories. In the course of this operation a shared map of references is reestablished, with new outlines.