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The Ferryman

Autor: Jez Butterworth
ISBN: 9781848426382
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'Vanishing. It's a powerful word, that. A powerful word.' County Armagh, Northern Ireland, 1981. The Carney farmhouse is a hive of activity with preparations for the annual harvest. A day of hard work on the land and a traditional night of feasting and celebrations lie ahead. But this year they will be interrupted by a visitor. Developed by Sonia Friedman Productions, The Ferryman premiered to huge acclaim at the Royal Court Theatre, London, in April 2017, before transferring to the West End. The production was directed by Sam Mendes.

A Coin For The Ferryman

Autor: Jimahl Di Fiosa
Publisher: Logios Publishing
ISBN: 1456359886
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Alex Sanders, founder of the Alexandrian tradition of Witchcraft and known to many as “King of the Witches,” lived a life of mythic proportions. Rising out of virtual obscurity to become one of the most charismatic and controversial figures of modern Wicca, Alex was many things to many people. A teacher, friend, father, husband. In short, a man like any other man. And yet his was a life lived without compromise. His personal vision of Witchcraft and his tireless love for the Goddess would influence thousands of seekers who would come after and inspire a new generation toward the Inner Mysteries. But Alex's saintly side was as grand as his demonic side. He could inspire hate as easily as love. Never one to shy away from the spotlight, Alex was ever the showman. He cared little for the opinion of others and kept true to his own ideal despite the consequences. His was a life well lived, but like any other life, was built of extremes - light, dark, joy, and despair. For the first time ever, Jimahl di Fiosa tells the true story of Alex Sanders - neither demon nor saint - but somewhere in between the two.


Autor: Claire McFall
Publisher: Floris Books
ISBN: 1782504532
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Dylan has escaped a horrific train crash unscathed. Except she hasn't. The bleak landscape around her isn't Scotland. It's a wasteland haunted by wraiths searching for human souls. And the stranger waiting for her isn't an ordinary boy. Tristan is a Ferryman, tasked with transporting her soul safely to the afterlife, a journey he's made a thousand times before. Except this time, something's different. Torn between love and destiny, Dylan realises she can't let Tristan go, nor can she stay with him. Eventually, inevitably, the wraiths would capture her soul and she would be lost forever. Can true love overcome the boundaries of death? Ferryman is a thought-provoking and truly original story of a love that refuses to be limited by death. This stunning, award-winning debut novel is being reissued to coincide with the publication of the eagerly-anticipated sequel, Trespassers.

A Farthing For The Ferryman

Autor: Richard Coates
ISBN: 9781999823627
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The history of a small corner of West Norfolk from its earliest known inhabitants to the present day. This book traces Stoke Ferry's history through times of considerable wealth and comparative decline. Can this place with such a long and surprising history thrive into the twenty-first century?

The Ferryman

Autor: Christopher Golden
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 9780451462275
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Struggling to rebuild a relationship with her former lover, David Bairstow, Janine Hartschorn discovers that a mysterious force with the power to conjure up ghosts from David's past and the knowledge of her own near-death experience will do anything to keep them apart. Reprint.

The Ferryman S Apprentice

Autor: Lee Cope
ISBN: 0244684855
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A story about a boy with a questionable relationship to life and his best friend, a girl with a questionable relationship to death. The concept of death never particularly bothered Wilom Tris. So, when the opportunity for a truly unusual apprenticeship came up, the only thing that mattered to him was that it got him out of his aunt's house. Until then, Wilom knew his only options were bad ones. Now, it turns out he has two options that are equally tempting, but not nearly enough information about them. Option one: Stay on the River, be a ferryman, live by the rules. Option two: Go back to the living world, and do whatever he wants. The more he learns about his apprenticeship and life on the River, the more questions he has, but his mentors have stopped answering them. The only perspective he has on the living is through the eyes of the dead. He knows he's missing something important, but nobody will tell him what it is. At least he has a friend along for the ride.

The Ferryman

Autor: James Truax
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 059512531X
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Bobbie Druke (Drew-key), a suburban Minneapolis police detective, and her husband Andy Richards, retired FBI agent, are retained by a Mafia chieftain to track down a mutual enemy, an assassin named Lewis Rose, who has fled to Argentina. In Buenos Aires, Bobbie and Andy find corruption in the Argentine government’s ruling party. The Peronistas have ties to the Argentine Mafia, the C.I.A., and the U.S. State Department and Lewis Rose has become immersed in it all, having taken the sobriquet “Charon”, the mythological boatman who ferries souls across the river Styx to Hades. Charon the Ferryman becomes the Peronistas’ assassin, as well as the bodyguard and lover of the President’s daughter, Zulemita Menendez. The moderate Alianza party persuades Bobbie and Andy to help stop Charon, but the Ferryman stays a step ahead of them. The chase is on as the Richards follow Lewis and Zulemita Menendez back to the U.S., where Zulemita will attend college at Bryn Mawr, a sister school to Swarthmore College, where Bobbie’s daughter is a sophomore. As paths cross again, more people die before Lewis is caught and Bobbie and Andy discover that the Mafia connection in Argentina is more than they could ever have suspected.

The Ferryman

Autor: Amy Neftzger
Publisher: Field of Gold Publishing, Inc.
ISBN: 1940894085
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Like any significant career move, this one happened by accident. Karen spent a lot of time planning what she was going to do with her life, but Fate had other plans for her, as she often does for most of us. As a single mother who’s struggling to make ends meet, Karen stumbles into the worst job on earth: transporting souls into the afterlife. To make matters worse, she is contractually bound to continue the job indefinitely, and her difficult employer is none other than Fate. It doesn’t take long for Karen to learn that Fate may be fashionable, but she’s also heartless. In bondage to Fate, but in love with Fortune, Karen struggles to find a way out.

The Ferryman Institute

Autor: Colin Gigl
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1501125338
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In this stunning, fantastical debut novel from a bold new voice in the bestselling traditions of Christopher Moore and Jasper Fforde, a ferryman for the dead finds his existence unraveling after making either the best decision or the biggest mistake of his immortal life. Ferryman Charlie Dawson saves dead people—somebody has to convince them to move on to the afterlife, after all. Having never failed a single assignment, he's acquired a reputation for success that’s as legendary as it is unwanted. It turns out that serving as a Ferryman is causing Charlie to slowly lose his mind. Deemed too valuable by the Ferryman Institute to be let go and too stubborn to just give up in his own right, Charlie’s pretty much abandoned all hope of escaping his grim existence. Or he had, anyway, until he saved Alice Spiegel. To be fair, Charlie never planned on stopping Alice from taking her own life—that sort of thing is strictly forbidden by the Institute—but he never planned on the President secretly giving him the choice to, either. Charlie’s not quite sure what to make of it, but Alice is alive, and it’s the first time he’s felt right in more than two hundred years. When word of the incident reaches Inspector Javrouche, the Ferryman Institute's resident internal affairs liaison, Charlie finds he's in a world of trouble. But Charlie’s not about to lose the only living, breathing person he’s ever saved without a fight. He’s ready to protect her from Javrouche and save Alice from herself, and he’s willing to put the entire continued existence of mankind at risk to do it. Written in the same vein as bestselling modern classics such as The Eyre Affair by Jasper Fforde and A Dirty Job by Christopher Moore, The Ferryman Institute is a thrilling supernatural adventure packed with wit and humor.

Paying The Ferryman

Autor: Jane A. Adams
Publisher: Severn House Publishers Ltd
ISBN: 1780105762
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The murder of a family forces former policewoman Naomi Blake to face her past Victor Griffin seemed to be one of the good guys, but that didn't stop someone coming to his home and killing him and his wife. The last act of Vic's life was to try and save his children: fifteen-month-old Jack, and his beloved stepdaughter, Sarah. But why were Vic and his wife shot dead? Why is there no record of them before they came to live in Ferrymouth three years ago? The one clue to their past is a business card, wedged between the pages of an almost empty address book. A card with Naomi's name on it. Naomi and Alec find themselves drawn back to face events that happened when Naomi was still a serving police officer - just before the accident that blinded her - and which have now led to murder.

The Ferryman A Novel With Consequences

Autor: Dave Silberstein
ISBN: 1483401227
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What is it like to be a god? In "The Ferryman," Charon gives the reader an intimate view of his day-to-day challenges, obstacles and moral dilemmas. It's definitely not a bed of roses even with godlike superpowers! Especially when you have to deal with someone like Zeus! Charon undergoes some major changes of viewpoint and changes in his "life plan" too. As Charon himself says, there are no real coincidences.

The Ferryman Of Brill And Other Stories

Autor: William Henry Giles Kingston
Publisher: Library of Alexandria
ISBN: 1465597018
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Not far from the broad and slow-flowing river Meuse stands the town of Brill. Flanders, in which it is found, formed at the period to which we refer a province of the dominions belonging to Philip of Spain. It was ruled with no very paternal hand by the Duke of Alva, who resided chiefly at Brussels. He had been employed for several years in burning, hanging, drowning, and cutting off the heads of his loving subjects, and torturing them in a variety of ways, in order to make them dutiful children of the Church of Rome, and of his master, Philip. Not with great success, for they still hated, with an unalterable deadly hatred, both one and the other. Brill at that time was not a populous city, nor did it possess much commercial importance; but it was well walled and fortified, however, and had a most commodious port. The inhabitants were peaceable, well-disposed people, who thought as much of themselves as the citizens of other cities of similar importance are apt to do. Among them was a young merchantÑDiedrich Meghem. He had made several voyages of adventure, and was well accustomed to a seafaring life. Now prosperous, and hoping to become wealthy, he was about to settle down as a steady citizen on shore, with the expectation of some day, perhaps, becoming burgomaster of his native city. Diedrich, as young men are apt to do, looked about for a wife to share his good fortune, and had fixed his affections on Gretchen Hopper, a fair and very lovely girl, the daughter of a flourishing merchant. Hopper was supposed to be the possessor of considerable wealthÑa dangerous distinction in those days. Duke Alva heard of the merchant HopperÕs reputed wealth, and had made a note to take an early opportunity of relieving him of a portion if not the whole of it. Hopper was known to hold the reformed principles, and though he was careful not to intrude his opinions in public, the dukeÕs advisers suggested that there would be no difficulty in bringing up an accusation of heresy against him. Diedrich was an ardent Protestant. His eye had long been fixed on William of Orange as the person best able to lift his country out of the present depressed condition in which she groaned.

A Coin For The Ferryman

Autor: Rosemary Rowe
Publisher: Headline
ISBN: 1472205138
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Book nine in Rosemary Rowe's Libertus series: 'A cracking tale with a fast-moving plot' CONN IGGULDEN. In Roman Britain, AD 189, every slave knows his lot in life depends solely on the morals - or lack of morals - of his master. Fortunately for one young Glevum slave, Junio, his owner, former slave turned pavement-maker Libertus, believes heartily in rewarding years of loyalty and service. Junio is to be granted his freedom in an elaborate ceremony at the Basilica Law Court. And what better moment than the manumission to announce the lad's engagement? But the young couple's happiness is threatened by a terrible omen: the gruesome discovery of a corpse, hastily concealed in a shallow grave. Who is it? And, more importantly, who will go to any lengths to cover up their heinous crime? Determined to solve the mystery before the impending nuptials, Junio joins his mentor Libertus in trying to piece together a truly masterful mosaic of murder...

The Ferryman

Autor: Juneus F. Kendall
Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub
ISBN: 9781439207055
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THE FERRYMAN is a classically written story of a German Mennonite family in Siberia during the last years of the rule of Czar Nicholas and the People's Revolution. As the Bolsheviks (later called Communists) gained power these wealthy Mennonite wheat farmers had all their property confiscated and their families uprooted and scattered. The protagonist, Heinrich Gerhard, had just graduated from the University of St. Petersburg when he renounced his religion for Bolshevism. His journey through the changing politics, the war, and finally his search for personal freedom provides the narrative for this compelling novel.