|1. Talk Talk “Candy”
Candy Christian, aged eighteen, is an extremely pretty and desirable but naïve young woman, who finds herself in a variety of farcical sexual situations as a result of her desire to help others. The men in her life, regardless of age or relationship, wish only to possess her.2. The Wolfgang Press “Dreams & Light”
Droomlicht van Menno Bandinni
Nando is een dertigjarige politieagent die sinds twee jaar weer vrijgezel is. Samen met zijn psychologe probeert hij zijn leven weer op orde te krijgen. Hij komt erachter dat hij bepaalde gebeurtenissen in zijn leven nog niet heeft verwerkt. Kan hij de tijd nog terugdraaien voordat het te laat is? Wat begint als een normale werkdag voor Nando, eindigt in een groot drama, een nachtmerrie waar geen einde aan lijkt te komen.
3. Simple Minds “Big Sleep”
The Big Sleep is a hardboiled crime novel by Raymond Chandler, the first in his acclaimed series about detective Philip Marlowe.
4. Cocteau Twins & Dead can Dance “Alice”
Phyllis Reynolds Naylor
The Alice series is a book series written by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor. There are three prequels to this series. The first one, Starting with Alice, describes Alice in third grade. Alice in Blunder land is Alice in fourth grade. The final prequel, Lovingly Alice, follows Alice through the troubles of fifth grade. The first book (after the prequels) is The Agony of Alice.
5. The Cure “Last day of summer”
Last Days of Summer is the story of Joey Margolis, neighborhood punching bag, growing up goofy and mostly fatherless in Brooklyn in the early 1940s. A boy looking for a hero, Joey decides to latch on to Charlie Banks, the all-star third baseman for the New York Giants. But Joey’s chosen champion doesn’t exactly welcome the extreme attention of a persistent young fan with an overactive imagination. Then again, this strange, needy kid might be exactly what Banks needs.
6. Rose of Avalanche “Velveteen”
Velveteen Monroe is dead. At 16, she was kidnapped and murdered by a madman named Bonesaw.
7. Love and Rockets “Holy Fool”
This story has been in my mind, in one form or another, for quite some time. I finished an early version of it before I wrote Chocolat, and came back to it five years later, having realized that I still liked the characters and the story, and that I wanted to see it completed. It precedes (and complements) Chocolat in a number of ways. Firstly, my central character, Juliette, has many things in common with Vianne Rocher (most especially in terms of her relationship with her mother and her young daughter). She might easily be an ancestor of Vianne (LeMerle, too, fits in with Reynaud’s ancestry), as she too is a traveller, a witch of sorts, and has a number of unorthodox ideas on spirituality.
8. The chameleons “swamp thing”
Swamp Thing, a fictional character, is a humanoid/plant creature elemental in the DC Comics Universe, created by writer Len Wein and artist Berni Wrightson. Swamp Thing has had several humanoid or monster incarnations, depending on various story lines. He first appeared in House of Secrets #92 (July 1971) in a stand-alone horror story set in the early 20th century. The character then returned in a solo series, set in the contemporary world and in the general DC continuity. The character is a humanoid mass of vegetable matter who fights to protect his swamp home, the environment in general, and humanity from various supernatural or terrorist threats.
9. U2 “one tree hill”
Lucas Scott is a moody rebel. Nathan Scott is a privileged preppy. Luke grew up poor, on the outskirts of town. Nathan grew up wealthy and owns the town. Now the two half brothers are basketball teammates and sometime rivals for the same girl. And they’re about to face off for the first time, on the court and off.One thing’s for sure: Their lives – and the lives of everyone around them – will never be the same.
10. Saybia “the day after tomorrow”
The Day After Tomorrow (1994) is a thriller novel by Allan Folsom which appeared in the number 3 spot in its first week on the New York Times bestseller list for fiction.
11. Howard Jones “What is love?”
Isaac Newton Stevens
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12. Tricky “Stay”
Savannah “Van” Leone has been in love with Peter Clarke since their first day of college. Six years later, Peter is marrying Van’s best friend, Janie. Loyal to a fault, Van dons her pumpkin-orange, maid-of- honor gown and stands up for the couple, struggling to hide her true feelings even when she couldn’t be more conspicuous. After the wedding, nursing her broken heart with a Rin Tin Tin marathon plus a vodka chaser, Van accidentally orders a German Shepherd puppy over the Internet. When “Joe” turns out to be a hundred-pound beast who only responds to commands in Slovak, Van is at the end of her rope-until she realizes that sometimes life needs to get more complicated before it can get better.
13. Madrugada “Sirens”
Sherri Cooper Sinykin
The sea queen statue emits a strange melody, and soon, young men begin hearing it, only to meet with ever-worsening accidents, as Chantal wonders who–or what–is responsible