Oblivion Author Héctor Abad
ISBN-10 9780374708801
Release 2012-04-24
Pages 272
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Oblivion is a heartbreaking, exquisitely written memorial to the author's father, Héctor Abad Gómez, whose criticism of the Colombian regime led to his murder by paramilitaries in 1987. Twenty years in the writing, it paints an unforgettable picture of a man who followed his conscience and paid for it with his life during one of the darkest periods in Latin America's recent history.

The Elder Scrolls IV

The Elder Scrolls IV Author Peter Olafson
ISBN-10 9780761552765
Release 2006
Pages 368
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Find Your Path * Detailed maps for every part of the world and every major city, plus special maps for every key section of the main quest. * Specific chapters on how to create your character and maximize your abilities and skills. * Over 300 full-color pages packed with information on everything you need to know about the massive gameworld of Oblivion. * Walkthroughs for every quest in the game, including the main quest, all faction quests, as well as miscellaneous and freeform quests. * Sections on various gameplay systems including stealth, combat, magic, enchanting, alchemy, and more. * Detailed bestiary chapter to help you best deal with the denizens of Tamriel and Oblivion.


Oblivion Author Stephen Berg
ISBN-10 0252064577
Release 1995
Pages 113
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Oblivion has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Oblivion also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Oblivion book for free.

Oblivion Stories

Oblivion  Stories Author David Foster Wallace
ISBN-10 9781405521000
Release 2012-06-28
Pages 336
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A visionary, a craftsman, a comedian ... He can do anything with a piece of prose, and it is a humbling experience to see him go to work on what has passed up till now as 'modern fiction'. He's so modern he's in a different time-space continuum from the rest of us. Goddamn him' ZADIE SMITH A recognised master of form and a brilliant recorder of human behaviour, David Foster Wallace has been hailed as 'the most significant writer of his generation' (TLS). Each new book confirms and extends his genius, and this new short story collection is no exception. In the stories that make up OBLIVION, David Foster Wallace conjoins the rawest, most naked humanity with the infinite convolutions of self-consciousness - a combination that is dazzlingly, uniquely his. 'Wallace's talent is such that you can't help wondering: how good can he get?' TIME OUT


Oblivion Author Peter Abrahams
ISBN-10 9780061844874
Release 2009-10-13
Pages 384
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Nick Petrov was a world-famous private investigator -- until a brain trauma destroyed part of his memory and changed who he is forever. Now a killer is on the loose, looming up from a past that Nick can no longer remember.


Oblivion Author Sasha Dawn
ISBN-10 9781606844779
Release 2014-01-01
Pages 400
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One year ago, Callie was found in an abandoned apartment, scrawling words on the wall: "I KILLED HIM. His blood is on my hands. His heart is in my soul. I KILLED HIM." But she remembers nothing of that night or of the previous thirty-six hours. All she knows is that her father, the reverend at the Church of the Holy Promise, is missing, as is Hannah, a young girl from the parish. Their disappearances have to be connected and Callie knows that her father was not a righteous man. Since that fateful night, she's been plagued by graphomaniaan unending and debilitating compulsion to write. The words that flow from Callie's mind and through her pen don't seem to make senseuntil now. As the anniversary of Hannah's vanishing approaches, more words and memories bubble to the surface and a new guy in school might be the key to Callie putting together the puzzle. But digging up the secrets she's buried for so long might be her biggest mistake.


Oblivion Author Kelly Creagh
ISBN-10 9781442436299
Release 2015-07-28
Pages 448
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This “romantic, hard-fought” (Kirkus Reviews) conclusion to the Nevermore trilogy takes one last trip to the dream world of Edgar Allan Poe to reveal the intertwined fates of Isobel and Varen. The boundaries which divide Life from Death are at best shadowy and vague. Who shall say where the one ends, and where the other begins? —Edgar Allan Poe The fine line between life and death blurred long ago for Isobel Lanley. After a deadly confrontation with Varen in the dreamworld, she’s terrified to return to that desolate and dangerous place. But when her nightmares resume, bleeding into reality, she is left with no choice. Varen’s darkness is catching up to her. To everything. Threatening to devour it all. Isobel fears for her world. For her sanity and Varen’s—especially after a fresh and devastating loss. To make matters worse, the ghostly demon Lilith wants Varen for her own, and she will do anything to keep him in her grasp—anything. Can Isobel ever find her happy ending? Worlds collide and fates are sealed in this breathtaking finale to the Nevermore trilogy.

Oblivion A Lux Novel

Oblivion  A Lux Novel Author Jennifer L. Armentrout
ISBN-10 9781473622340
Release 2015-12-01
Pages 368
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CONTAINS EXCLUSIVE, NEVER-BEFORE-SEEN MATERIAL! AVAILABLE ONLY IN THE EBOOK EDITION. Oblivion is the hotly-anticipated follow-up to New York Times bestselling author Jennifer L. Armentrout's megaselling Lux series, written from the point of view of Daemon Black. I knew the moment Katy Swartz moved in next door, there was going to be trouble. Lots of it. And trouble's the last thing I need, since I'm not exactly from around here. My people arrived on Earth from Lux, a planet thirteen billion light years away. Plus, if there's one thing I know, it's that humans can't be trusted. We scare them. We can do things they only dream about, and honestly, we make them look weak as hell. 'Cuz they are. But Kat is getting to me in ways no one else has, and I can't stop myself from wanting her - or wanting to use my powers to protect her. She makes me weak, and I'm the strongest of our kind, tasked with protecting us all. So this one simple girl...she can mean the end for us. Because the Luxen have an even bigger enemy - the Arum, and I need to stay on my game. Falling for Katy - a human - won't just place her in danger. It could get us all killed, and that's one thing I'll never let happen... Re-live the thrilling, pulse-pounding action and epic romance of Daemon and Katy's story all over again.


Oblivion Author Sergei Lebedev
ISBN-10 9781939931290
Release 2016-01-18
Pages 292
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"Opening in stately fashion and unfolding ever faster with fierce, intensive elegance, this first novel discloses the weight of Soviet history and its consequences. ... Highly recommended for anyone serious about literature or history."—Library Journal (Starred review) "Packs a wicked emotional punch through fierce poetic imagery ... Lebedev takes his place beside Solzhenitsyn and other great writers who have refused to abide by silence ... Courageous and devastating."—Kirkus Reviews (Starred review) "An important book about where Russia is today, with poetic descriptions and unforgettable images evoking that nation's often elusive attempts to understand its dark past. I stand in awe of both the author and translator."—Jack F. Matlock, Jr, former US Ambassador to the Soviet Union "The subject matter of Oblivion is the eerie frozen landscape scattered with the human detritus of an inhuman bygone era. What brings it back from oblivion is the author’s exceptional power of language. A haunting read."—Michael Zantovsky, former press secretary to Czech President Vaclav Havel, author of Havel: A Life and former Czech Ambassador to the United States, Israel and Britain “Beautifully written, haunting and unputdownable. A masterpiece novel which relates the horrors of Russia's unburied Soviet past through the eyes of a man revisiting—and filling in the gaps in—his half-understood childhood.” —Edward Lucas, senior editor, The Economist and author of The New Cold War: Putin's Russia and the Threat to the West "Sergei Lebedev's debut novel is a haunting tale about the loss of national memory and its moral consequences for the individual. The brilliant translation by Antonina W. Bouis captures the evocative beauty of the poetic first-person narration and renders it into memorable English."—Solomon Volkov, author of Shostakovich and Stalin, St. Petersburg: A Cultural History, and The Magical Chorus: A History of Russian Culture from Tolstoy to Solzhenitsyn "An extraordinary book that takes readers across Russia's desolate northern landscape and turns up secrets about the terrible legacy of the Soviet gulags, described through evocative, often poetic portraits of people and places."—Celestine Bohlen, International New York Times columnist and former Moscow correspondent for The New York Times "A monomaniacal meditation on memory and forgetting, presence and emptiness ... Lebedev's magnificent novel has the potency to become a mirror and wake-up call to a Russia that is blind to history."—Neue Zürcher Zeitung "Sergei Lebedev opens up new territory in literature. Lebedev's prose lives from the precise images and the author's colossal gift of observation."—Der Spiegel "The beauty of the language is almost impossible to bear."—Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung In one of the first twenty-first century Russian novels to probe the legacy of the Soviet prison camp system, a young man travels to the vast wastelands of the Far North to uncover the truth about a shadowy neighbor who saved his life, and whom he knows only as Grandfather II. What he finds, among the forgotten mines and decrepit barracks of former gulags, is a world relegated to oblivion, where it is easier to ignore both the victims and the executioners than to come to terms with a terrible past. This disturbing tale evokes the great and ruined beauty of a land where man and machine worked in tandem with nature to destroy millions of lives during the Soviet century. Emerging from today's Russia, where the ills of the past are being forcefully erased from public memory, this masterful novel represents an epic literary attempt to rescue history from the brink of oblivion. Sergei Lebedev was born in Moscow in 1981 and worked for seven years on geological expeditions in northern Russia and Central Asia. His first novel, Oblivion, has been translated into many languages.

The Genius of Oblivion

The Genius of Oblivion Author Sarah Josepha Buell Hale
ISBN-10 NYPL:33433076021272
Release 1823
Pages 146
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The Genius of Oblivion has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from The Genius of Oblivion also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full The Genius of Oblivion book for free.

Treadmill to Oblivion

Treadmill to Oblivion Author Fred Allen
ISBN-10 9781434454126
Release 2009-03-01
Pages 252
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Fred Allen (born John Florence Sullivan, 1894-1956) was an American comedian whose absurdist, pointed radio show (1934-1949) made him one of the most popular and forward-looking humorists in the so-called classic era of American radio.


ISBN-10 9781477243053
Release 2013-01-02
Pages 276
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The book is a sci-fi novel and based around a powerful alien ship. This ship destroys planets and suns for fuel and has now come to our solar system to cause havoc. The people of Earth and Mars are out to stop this ship with all the ships and weapons they have. Can they succeed? The title Oblivion is coming and has a double meaning: oblivion as in “destruction” and also as the ship, which is called the Oblivion.

Patriot to Oblivion

Patriot to Oblivion Author Marion E. Foddrill Sr
ISBN-10 9781410772688
Release 2003-08-01
Pages 432
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Oblivion Author Anthony Howell
ISBN-10 1903006023
Release 2006
Pages 217
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Oblivion is a novel - a cocktail of tango, crime and fantasy set in Buenos Aires. It's a thriller drawing on the world of tango dancing that makes a perfect gift for any lover of the dance.

Reply to Oblivion

Reply to Oblivion Author Donald Patrick Redheffer
ISBN-10 1450233589
Release 2010-06-30
Pages 160
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Reply to Oblivion, Donald Patrick Redheffer’s new poetry collection, presents poems covering over two hundred subjects, including aging, wit, democracy, flattery, love, poetry, religion, and war. Every effort has been made to retain those forms that characterize unforgettable songs of the past. Although rhythm and rhyme are critical, meter has been manipulated for artistic impact. They aim for a place where sense and sound merge into the beautiful and true. The poetry addresses issues of the head and the heart, exploring philosophy, government, and human nature. It revisits old ideas in an effort to make them live in a way not seen before. The poet’s mind wanders, not knowing where it will alight. Milton and His Kind Shelley, Keats and Tennyson With voices made to last Have been replaced by charlatans Who cry — freedom from the past. Freedom from excellence Is the hallmark of their craft. Great intellects are rarely found In an artistic overdraft. The minds who might thrill The thoughtful and the wise Are seldom seen in poetry For the world has passed them by. What passes for verse Assaulting our mind Is unworthy of a race Spawning Milton and his kind.

Elder Scrolls IV

Elder Scrolls IV Author Prima Games
ISBN-10 0761556273
Release 2007-09-10
Pages 544
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Find Your Path ·Covers all available content for Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, Shivering Isles, Knights of the Nine, and downloadable content. ·Detailed maps for every part of the world and every major city, plus special maps for every key section of the main quest. ·Specific chapters on how to create your character and maximize your abilities and skills. ·Over 450 full-color pages packed with information on everything you need to know about the massive gameworld of Oblivion. ·Walkthroughs for every quest in every part of the Oblivion world, including the main quest, as well as miscellaneous and freeform quests. ·Sections on various gameplay systems including stealth, combat, magic, spellmaking and enchanting, alchemy, and more.

Alms for Oblivion

Alms for Oblivion Author Edward Dahlberg
ISBN-10 9780816657384
Release 1967-09-25
Pages 166
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Alms for Oblivion was first published in 1967. Minnesota Archive Editions uses digital technology to make long-unavailable books once again accessible, and are published unaltered from the original University of Minnesota Press editions. This volume makes available in book form a collection of seventeen essays by Edward Dahlberg, who has been called one of the great unrecognized writers of our time. Some of the selections have never been published before; others have appeared previously only in magazines of limited circulation. There is a foreword by Sir Herbert Read. The individual essays are on a wide range of subjects: literary, historical, philosophical, personal. The longest is a discussion of Herman Melville's work entitled "Moby-Dick - A Hamitic Dream." The fate of authors at the hands of reviewers is the subject of the essay called "For Sale." In "No Love and No Thanks" the author draws a characterization of our time. He presents a critique of the poet William Carlos Williams in "Word-Sick and Place- Crazy," and a discussion of F. Scott Fitzgerald in "Peopleless Fiction." In "My Friends Stieglitz, Anderson, and Dreiser" he discusses not only Alfred Stieglitz, Sherwood Anderson, and Theodore Dreiser but other personalities as well. He also writes of Sherwood Anderson in "Midwestern Fable." In "Cutpurse Philosopher" the subject is William James. "Florentine Codex" is about the conquistadores. Other essays in the collection are the following: "Randolph Bourne," "Our Vanishing Cooperative Colonies," "Chivers and Poe," "Domestic Manners of Americans," "Robert McAlmon: A Memoir," "The Expatriates: A Memoir," and an essay on Allen Tate.