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The Black Trilogy by N.A Book Resume:
“Ralph Gibson’s Lustrum Press trilogy of the mid-1970s was immensely popular and influential. . . . Many of the pictures are amongst the most recognizable from the time . . . a surreal dreamscape, gently erotic, with a frisson of danger.” —from The Photobook: A History, Volume 1 by Martin Parr and Gerry Badger An iconic American fine art photographer renowned for his highly surrealist vision, Ralph Gibson is a master of the photography book, which he considers an art form in its own right. In 1970, he founded Lustrum Press, a publishing house dedicated to photography books, and inaugurated it with three volumes—The Somnambulist (1970), Deja-Vu (1973), and Days at Sea (1974)—that showcased his own work in an uncompromisingly radical and demanding way. These books came to be known as Gibson’s “Black Trilogy” and are now considered classics of the twentieth-century photobook genre. Making a clean break with the prior conventions of the photography book, “The Black Trilogy” created a new visual syntax—page layouts, the pairing of photographs face-to-face, graphic and thematic echoes—that provided a unique language for photographic communication. It soon became the model for a generation of young photographers, including Larry Clark, Danny Seymour, Mary Ellen Mark, Yves Guillot, and Arnaud Claass. “The Black Trilogy” volumes went out of print long ago and have become highly collectible. This reissue, with a new essay by the distinguished photographer and curator Gilles Mora, includes all three books in a single volume.
The Black Trilogy by Elise Noble Book Resume:
Secrets and lies, murder and mayhem, and a little bit of love… The Black Trilogy delivers all this and more – three full-length novels together in one volume. After the owner of a security company is murdered, his sharp-edged wife goes on the run. Forced to abandon everything she holds dear—her home, her friends, her job in special ops—assassin Diamond builds a new life for herself in England. As Ashlyn Hale, she meets Luke, a handsome local who makes her realise just how lonely she is. Yet, even in the sleepy village of Lower Foxford, the dark side of life dogs Diamond’s trail when the unthinkable strikes. Forced out of hiding, she races against time to save those she cares about. With her husband’s killer still on the loose and her life in England a disaster, Diamond returns to the only thing she knows: work. As the star of Blackwood Security takes on enemies from the States to Syria, she finds the toughest battle is the one going on in her own head. Her training has equipped her to handle the most dangerous situations, but controlling her own emotions isn’t so easy. All she wants is justice, but can she repair her broken heart as well? Do you want sexy heroes and kick-ass heroines? Then grab The Black Trilogy and start reading today! Warning: Diamond isn’t polite. She’s got a filthy mouth to go with her dirty mind, and she doesn’t hold back. If you like your books a little milder, you may prefer the cleaned-up version of The Black Trilogy (no on-the-page sex and no swearing) available through my author page.
Little Black Beginning by Tabatha Vargo,Melissa Andrea Book Resume:
The prequel to New York Times bestseller Little Black Book!My name's Sebastian, and this is my story.It's not a love story or a sweet fairy tale. It's the story of how I became dark and broken. Of how innocence was stained with unforgiving sin, and sex became my weapon. This is the story of me, and how I became BLACK.
The Black Lotus Trilogy by E. K. Blair Book Resume:
"This highly praised series quickly earned E.K. Blair acclaim for her ability to weave a sexy, twisted tale of love and revenge that will keep you on the edge of your seat until the very last word." They say when you take revenge against another you lose a part of your innocence. But I'm not innocent. I haven't been for a very long time. My innocence was stolen from me. Taken was the life I was supposed to have. The soul I was born with. The ruby heart embedded in a life full of hopes and dreams. Gone. Vanished. I never even had a choice. I mourn that life. Mourn the what-ifs. Until now. I'm ready to take back what was always meant to be mine. But every plan has a fatal flaw. Sometimes it's the heart. Series Reading Order -BANG (book 1) -ECHO (book 2) -HUSH (book 3)
Tendrils of Darkness by Will E. Spero Book Resume:
Assassins have been sent forth, an unthinkable kidnapping committed, one king is being manipulated while another is stabbed in the back. Caught in this game of intrigue and deception, a reunited band of Alliance members must uncover a sinister agenda or face becoming victims themselves. The dice have been cast, destinies intertwined and an ancient prophecy surfaces. But the deeper the band delves, the more questions remain. Can solving a mystery from the past be the key to events of the present? Will the arrival of a tormented stranger help their cause, or lead them down a dark and dangerous path? And perhaps the most important question of all: does any of it matters, or are their deaths as well as everyone they have ever known, already foretold in the threads? Enter the land of Draza and enjoy the first of this epic trilogy filled with adventure and magic, war and revenge. A tale BookIdeas writes they were "compelled to keep reading" and "is reminiscent... of David Eddings's The Belgariad." Be enveloped by the Tendrils of Darkness.
The Black Jewels Trilogy by Anne Bishop Book Resume:
Anne Bishop's critically-acclaimed Black Jewels Trilogy is the saga of a young but still-innocent Queen more powerful than even the High Lord of Hell-and the three sworn enemies determined to win her and gain a prize that could be terrible beyond imagining...
Black's Obsession by acVernon Menchan Book Resume:
Black's Trilogy are three stories of a self made man that is educated and wealthy but still very attached to his roots and his community, the only weakness he has ever had is the love he has had for a woman that for some reason he has never been able to have, Book One: Black's Obsession is the story of how he spends over thirty years in the pursuit of her and the complications and rewards that love and life brings and it tells how you may get what you want but not in the way you may want it. Synopsis from Black's Obsession Three nights before my wedding I called Cinnamon and told her that I loved her as soon as she answered the phone. She responded by saying "I love you too, you are my boy". I told her "No not friendship love, I really love you, the way a man loves a woman love". Before she could answer my fiancé came on the line and said "Girl I really love you too, but I am going to hang up now, I really need to talk to my man".
La Sorcière indomptée by Trudi Canavan Book Resume:
Grâce à Auraya, les Élus ont remporté la guerre contre les Pentadriens. Mais la jeune prêtresse est hantée par le calvaire des Siyee. Et Leiard, la seule personne qui pourrait l’aider, a disparu. Quand un mal mystérieux frappe le peuple des hommes-oiseaux déjà éprouvé, Auraya se précipite à leur secours... et fait d’étranges découvertes au sujet de son ami Tisse-Rêves. Au Sud, la défaite n’a pas ébranlé la foi des Pentadriens. Guidés par une nouvelle Première Voix, ils sont toujours décidés à convertir les hérétiques du Nord. Mais les Élus sont-ils bien les seuls à détenir la vérité ? Et si le salut venait d’une magie différente ? La jeune prêtresse Auraya devra une fois encore faire des choix déchirants... des choix qui pourraient bien ébranler le monde.
In the Shadow of the Black Sun: The Complete Trilogy by William Kenney Book Resume:
The In the Shadow of the Black Sun: The Complete Trilogy collects the following books in one ebook file: Book 1: A Dream of Storms Book 2: Shards of S'Darin Book 3: Mournenhile All 3 books are included in your purchase. Over 1100 pages of Dark Epic Fantasy from author William Kenney, often compared to the works of J.R.R. Tolkien and Terry Brooks, praised for its detail in character and world-building. Step into a world of Elves, Trolls and mysterious winged Talon. Stand against the attacking horde of Pith as the cold darkness of Mournenhile covers the land. The description of A Dream of Storms: Twelve years ago, The Battle of the Black Sun had left Hagan scarred inside. The scent of blood and the incessant ring of steel were etched in his mind. Though his sword had turned the tides, he had sworn off war and become a recluse, retiring to the hills above his hometown of Lauden and turning to drink. He had hoped to be forgotten. The world would not let him forget the oath that he had sworn in his youth, however, and an honorable Stone Troll named Gorin was sent to convince Hagan to honor it. Councilcrane, the ruling body of mages, had summoned him to the city of Harquinn and Hagan knew that the threat of war from across The Edge must have returned. Gorin brought ill tidings. Autumn had never come to Elfwhere, but the leaves had begun to fall, foretelling the return of the dark lord Mournenhile, thought destroyed all those years ago. Like an ungodly pairing of bat and wolf, Mournenhile's army of Pith have swarmed into the Elven forest bent on their utter destruction. Reluctantly, Hagan must once more step into the horrors of war and offer his blade to the cause. Joined by his inexperienced younger brother, D'Pharin and a small group of new companions (Vasparian, an Elf that served with Hagan under the Black Sun, Windenn, the Woodwarden and Shindire, the haughty Elf from across The Sleeping Sea) he sets off for the ancient city of Harquinn with a heavy heart. What will the mages ask of him this time? Memories of atrocities committed in the name of Harquinn flooded back into his mind. Can he become the hero that he once was, redeeming himself and driving back the horrific creatures within the armies of Mournenhile? Here begins your tale.
The Black Bonnet by Eloise Reuben Book Resume:
Tessie and Finn want nothing more than to sail across the Atlantic and start their lives fresh in Boston.But before they do, they must save a woman who doesn't want to be saved.Charged with the impossible task of convincing her mother, the Black Bonnet, to step aside or accept her fate, Tessie and Finn are drawn into the battle raging for Dublin's underground. While Tessie tries to force her mother's hand, and Finn and Mickey confront the ghosts of Dublin's past, a deadly showdown between the Angel of Bishopsgate and the Black Bonnet brews on the horizon. Can Tessie and Finn survive the inevitable clash of foes, or will Dublin's murky clutches drag them ever deeper and further from their dream?
The Black Flame Trilogy: Book One, The Ordeal of Mansart by William Edward Burghardt Du Bois Book Resume:
The first book in W. E. B. Du Bois's Black Flame trilogy, The Ordeal of Mansart, chronicles Mansart's early life during the time of Reconstruction through his involvement in black education in Atlanta. The Ordeal of Mansart offers readers a peek into African American life and struggle through the lens of Mansart's humble life.
The Black Dragon by Debora Leigh Crystal Book Resume:
Sarsha holds the ancient blood of kings, queens, and priestesses within her veins. But tragedy plagues her as she is orphaned in a strange far off land after witnessing the brutal murder of her parents. Worlds away from the palace she once new, she is raised in a convent. As she grows to adulthood, destiny begins to whisper to her in the form of dreams. Then from the sea a mysterious young man appears to awaken her soul to love and the true purpose of her being. As fate calls to her, she rebels against the weave of the Goddess for the right to control her own destiny, and the two young lovers set out on a sword wielding journey across the seas. A journey that will take them aboard the fabled pirate ship the Black Dragon, and into the savage realm of 17th century piracy, romance, and the ancient magical workings of the Goddess.
The Black Key by Amy Ewing Book Resume:
The thrilling conclusion to the New York Times bestselling Lone City trilogy, which began with The Jewel, a book BCCB said "will have fans of Oliver's Delirium, Cass's The Selection, and DeStefano's Wither breathless." For too long, Violet and the people of the outer circles of the Lone City have lived in service of the royalty of the Jewel. But now, the secret society known as the Black Key is preparing to seize power. While Violet knows she is at the center of this rebellion, she has a more personal stake in it—for her sister, Hazel, has been taken by the Duchess of the Lake. Now, after fighting so hard to escape the Jewel, Violet must do everything in her power to return not only to save Hazel, but the future of the Lone City.
Understanding the Black Flame and Multigenerational Education Trauma by June Cara Christian Book Resume:
Using Africana critical theory as a critical framework to analyze W. E. B. Du Bois’s Black Flame trilogy, this study establishes a transdisciplinary theory of the dehumanization of Black students in the United States. As lenses of analysis, critical race theory and Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome reveal how the processes of racialization, colonization, and globalization contribute to the multigenerational traumas many Blacks have experienced in education since Reconstruction.
L'Île des chasseurs d'oiseaux by Peter May Book Resume:
L'inspecteur Fin McLeod, meurtri par la disparition de son fils unique, est de retour sur son île natale, en Écosse. Chaque année, une douzaine d'hommes partent en expédition à plusieurs heures de navigation pour tuer des oiseaux nicheurs. Sur fond de traditions ancestrales d'une cruauté absolue, Peter May nous plonge au cœur de l'histoire personnelle de son enquêteur Fin McLeod. Fausses pistes, dialogues à double sens, scènes glaçantes... l'auteur tient le lecteur en haleine jusqu'à la dernière page.
La Reine traîtresse by Trudi Canavan Book Resume:
Lorkin est de retour au Sachaka avec les Traîtresses rebelles, en mission pour leur reine : sur lui pèse la lourde tâche de poser les bases d’une alliance entre leurs deux peuples. Le jeune homme est désormais devenu un magicien noir redoutable, capable de maîtriser une forme de magie inconnue. Lorsque le roi du Sachaka le jette en prison pour le contraindre à trahir la cause des rebelles, il doit décider à qui va son allégeance. Quel que soit son choix, celui-ci entraînera un immense sacrifice, et pourrait bien transformer la Guilde des magiciens à jamais...
A Trilogy Called Tribes! by Richard Curtis Williams Book Resume:
Book one is focused on the Island Kingdom of Kebra founded by General Jakarta Osiris a Blackamoor who along with his fifty thousand plus army endured a bloody battle and took the massive island group that sits just off the coast of Southeast Africathe taking of the Islands allowed the Romans to defeat the Germans and the great Julius Cesar was so pleased he awarded the Islands to the General as a reward for his service to Rome thusthe monarchy was born and Jakarta Osiris began to write his prophecy dubbed the Jakarta Papers, that called for African kingdoms to unite and build an empire not unlike that of Rome over the centuries his successors would add chapters of their own by the twentieth century his prophecy became Jakarta Unlimited a plan to unite African nations through corporate development; the twenty-first century brought on the Blackstreet Prospectus as ordered by Jakarta Osiris IV affectingly referred to as the Chairman and it is his generation that has begun the implementation of the plan whos concept of mission is to bring selected African nations into world power status And so it begins.
Le dahlia noir by James Ellroy Book Resume:
Le 15 janvier 1947, dans un terrain vague de Los Angeles, est découvert le corps nu et mutilé, sectionné en deux au niveau de la taille, d'une jeune fille de vingt-deux ans : Betty Short, surnommée le Dahlia Noir, par un reporter, à cause de son penchant à se vêtir totalement en noir. Le meurtre est resté l'une des énigmes les plus célèbres des annales du crime en Amérique. Quarante après, James Ellroy s'est penché sur l'affaire Betty Short et lui a donné une solution romanesque, qu'il dédie à sa propre mère, elle-même assassinée le 22 juin 1958. Le thriller à lire, le shocker pour lequel les autres écrivains seraient prêts à tuer pour l'avoir écrit, est le prodigieux Dahlia noir de James Ellroy. (Harlan Ellison)