4 edition of Wormwood, Nevada found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||PS3615.P63 W67 2009|
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|LC Control Number||2009028686|
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"The lines will be blurred between good and evil, truth and lies, and hero and antagonist. When I finished Wormwood, I closed the book with a WOW on my lips. Extraordinary story telling, D.H. Nevins. You blew me away. Absolutely 5 stars." --Tome Tender Reviews. In Wormwood: a collection of curious Bible stories, The Residents explore the dark side of the Christian Holy Book with songs based on twenty of its most disturbing tales. In the press release which announced the release of the album, The Residents explain that they are not interested in criticizing or attacking the Bible, but rather in.
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The ghost at Codlin Castle and other stories
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Triumph in disaster
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David Oppegaard is the author of The Town Built on Sorrow (Flux ), The Firebug of Balrog County (MN Book Award finalist), the Bram Stoker-nominated The Suicide Collectors, Wormwood, Nevada, And the Hills Opened Up, and The Ragged Mountains.3/5(70). WORMWOOD, NEVADA is a haunting novel with a vivid setting and memorable characters, a story of cosmic love, loss and yearning.
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[David Oppegaard] -- "Tyler and Anna Mayfield have Wormwood relocated from Nebraska to the sun scorched desert town of Wormwood, Nevada. They find themselves in a strange new landscape populated with old school cowboys. WORMWOOD, NEVADA is my Nevada book introduction to Wormwood Oppegaard’s work.
It is a haunting novel with a vivid setting and memorable characters, a Nevada book of cosmic love, loss and yearning. While I haven’t read his previous book, THE SUICIDE COLLECTORS, I’ve added it to.
Wormwood, Nevada (Book): Oppegaard, David: Baker & TaylorTyler and Anna, newcomers to the desert town of Wormwood, Nevada, witness the turmoil that threatens their fragile community of old-school cowboys, cult worshippers and meth dealers in the aftermath of a meteorite an PalgraveTyler and Anna Mayfield have just relocated from Nebraska to the sun.
Tyler and Anna Mayfield have just relocated from their native Nebraska to sun-blasted Wormwood, Nev., where Tyler has taken a job teaching high-school English. Things turn immediately odd and sinister. Tyler starts seeing (or thinking he sees) aliens; Anna is tormented by persistent nightmares about the world’s end.
The excitement and ultimate let down of the big box is exactly what I felt like reading Wormwood, Nevada by David Oppegaard.
In the first half of the book there was a slow build up, enough to keep me entertained and wondering where it was going, but then the last half was like opening the big box and finding it full of new socks and underwear.
Read "Wormwood, Nevada A Novel" by David Oppegaard available from Rakuten Kobo. Tyler and Anna Mayfield have just relocated from Nebraska to the sun scorched desert town of Wormwood, Nevada.
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Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In London, Agetta Lamian fears the end of the world is near. She's t /5. Part The X-Files, part Twilight Zone, and part Close Encounters of the Third Kind, David Oppegaard's Wormwood, Nevada follows the inhabitants of the book's title as their dusty, desert-like existence is shattered by the arrival of aliens.
There is terrific tension built up but it all falls apart a bit at the end. The aliens arrive and depart, and the writer isn't quite sure what to do. Being taken seriously is the least of Wormwood, Nevada’s problems, however. A not-terrible book that reaches the end without every really getting started, it mashes together two overly familiar concepts for a moderately familiar : Zack Handlen.
Release year: In this genre-bending tale, Errol Morris explores the mysterious death of a U.S. scientist entangled in a secret Cold War program known as MK-Ultra.
Chapter 1: Suicide Revealed. InArmy scientist Frank Olson takes a fatal plunge from a hotel window. Ina bombshell report ties his death to a top-secret Of Seasons: 1. Wormwood is a fantasy sequel to Graham Taylor's follows the adventures of the book's two main protagonists, Dr.
Sabian Blake and his servant girl, Agetta Lamian. The work is a Christian allegory. The work, like its predecessor, was criticised for attacking other : Graham Taylor.
Wormwood is mentioned seven times in the Hebrew Bible, always with the implication of bitterness. The word wormwood appears several times in the Old Testament, translated from the Hebrew term לענה (la'anah, which means "curse" in Hebrew).
New Testament. Wormwood is mentioned only once in the New Testament, in the Book of Revelation: "The third angel blew. 8 Things You Never Knew About Wormwood. Linnea Covington If you're looking for a hallucinogenic trip, wormwood's not a very good place to start.
The first thing most people think about when you mention wormwood is absinthe, the magical green booze with the legendary hallucinatory effects. By David Oppegaard.
New York: St. Martin's Press, Oppegaard's second novel is ostensibly about alien sightings and the effects of a meteor landing in the small Nevada town of Wormwood.
Readers expecting the fast-paced plotting of a typical sci-fi novel may be disappointed by this thoughtful book; however, those who can put. “Wormwood, Nevada” should appeal to those of you who like your science fiction plausibly wrapped up in humanity’s odyssey to find redemption in the otherworldly.
If that’s the case, by all means grab a copy of this novel for a quick, smooth read the next time you jump on a plane or are riding shotgun on a day trip across state.
Tyler and Anna Mayfield have just relocated from Nebraska to the sun scorched desert town of Wormwood, Nevada. They find themselves in a strange new landscape populated with old school cowboys, alien cultists, meth dealers, and doomsday prophets. Loneliness and desperation pervade Wormwood, and when a meteorite lands in the center of town, its.
Errol Morris’s Wormwood, which arrived on Netflix and in some movie theaters Friday, is a mind-boggling story involving LSD-spiked Cointreau, allegations of biological warfare against the U.S.
But wormwood is a term that also invokes bitterness, and is mentioned in two notably gloomy texts: Hamlet and the Book of Revelation. Wormwood is addictive—but it does leave an aftertaste.