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by Ed Kramer,James O'Barr,Peter Straub

ePub The Crow: Shattered Lives and Broken Dreams download
Author:
Ed Kramer,James O'Barr,Peter Straub
ISBN13:
978-1880418451
ISBN:
1880418452
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Publisher:
Donald m Grant Pub Inc (February 5, 2001)
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Subcategory:
Fantasy
ePub file:
1846 kb
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1671 kb
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Rating:
4.3
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217

The book The Crow: Shattered Lives and Broken Dreams is just that.

The book The Crow: Shattered Lives and Broken Dreams is just that. Most of the stories deal with the same contextual theme of wrongful death, sadness and a way of making things better where things have gone wrong. The book succeeds in a number of aspects and truly brings out the vengeful spirit that is the Crow

The Crow: Shattered Lives & Broken Dreams.

The Crow: Shattered Lives & Broken Dreams.

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Similar books by other authors. Used availability for Edward E Kramer's The Crow: Shattered Lives and Broken Dreams. August 1998 : USA Hardback. October 1999 : USA Paperback.

Hampton Falls, NH: Donald M. Grant 1998. although not actually released till 2000). Fine in fine tray case, without dj as issued. Deluxe stamped traycase.

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Authors included Iggy Pop, Gene Wolfe, John Shirley and Nancy A. Collins, and it was illustrated by Bob Eggleton, Tom Canty, Don Maitz and others.

The poet on stage dreams of cleavers and government-approved steaks. That night I dream of Saskia and when I wake up in the morning the events of last night’s reading in the club and my dream are all mixed up together. It takes the first coffee of the morning for me to sort them all out.

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THE CROW: SHATTERED LIVES & BROKEN DREAMS edited by James O'Barr & Edward Kramer. Hampton Falls, NH: Donald M. Grant 1998. (although not actually released till 2000). Fine in fine tray case, without dj as issued. This is one of only 1,500 limited edition copies signed by over 20 authors and 17 artists. Deluxe stamped traycase. Large 7 X 10 size. Includes the Harlan Ellison short story & Ed Bryant novella that were not in the Trade Edition.
  • I'M A HUGE CROW FAN, THIS BOOK IS A MUST FOR ANYONE THAT'S A CROW FAN. IT HAS STORIES FROM DIFFERENT PEOPLE AND DIFFERENT WRITERS. THEY ALL TELL THE CROW STORY IN THEIR OWN WAY. THERE IS TWO STORYS BY JAMES OBAR HIM SELF. THIS IS A MUST READ.

  • Fantastic way to keep the Crow Alive

  • This book is great, has stories written my different artist all different versions of the crow. It is worth buying.

  • This book arrived ok. I am guessing that it was not a new copy, but it was still in good shape. This is the second time that I have bought this book, and I still find myself mystified in the reading. All of it are short stories based around the concept of the movie "The Crow". Someone is wrongly killed, and they seek revenge. To bad in the end they can't have their reveng and still hang around and protect other people.

  • Besides the stories by James O'Barr & a couple of poems, I didn't really care for this book & I, myself, am a novelist/poet. I found it uninteresting to say the least.

  • only a few stories by James O' Barr

  • A book comemorating death? Would one buy something as such and still be rendered a person of sanity? The answer is yes on both accounts. The book The Crow: Shattered Lives and Broken Dreams is just that. Edited by the creator, the book takes you on numerous adventures scribed by different writers on the mythos of the crow. Most of the stories deal with the same contextual theme of wrongful death, sadness and a way of making things better where things have gone wrong. The book succeeds in a number of aspects and truly brings out the vengeful spirit that is the Crow. Though the character was created in the early 80s, it has grown to fame by the release of two successful movies, one in which was immortalized by the late Brandon Lee. One might ask what is the difference between The Crow and the Marvel comic character, the Ghost Rider, which also serves as a vengeful spirit. While the latter seeks vengeance for things gone wrong, the former has the special attribute that it can be anyone or even anything that can pick the mantle of the Crow. Anyone can become his or her own special spirit of retribution.
    Most of the stories and poetry are well-written though some are just too far fetched to be taken seriously, a number of stories delve more into fantasy than your regular fiction. A number of stories, however, capture your mind and heart from the instance you read them. Stories that traverse the here and now. On how things should have been, but aren't. James O'Barr's piece, "Spooky, Codeine and the Dead Man" is a perfect example of such. Another story would be "Moving Toward the Light" by Rick R. Reed, a though-provoking piece about pain and hurt. The story is extremely graphical and can truly touch the reader and make him witness first hand the descriptive pungent exploitation the character experiences. The story makes you think and wonder, can this truly happen in a world of today, and the answer to that painful question is an excruciating yes.
    The book is a must read for not only horror fans, but those who truly believe that there are outside forces controlling the paths each one of us takes, a power that can right where things have gone wrong, horribly wrong.

  • This is one of the best new Crow books out right now. Besides that, it is also a great compilation of individual works for any genre. James O'Barr's new story is just as emotional as ever, and the poems, drawings, and stories from other writers such as rock n' roll icons like Henry Rollins and Iggy Pop (coincidence that they were both on Crow soundtracks?), and literary greats like A.A. Attanasio and Alan Dean Foster. If the TV series were more like this book, it wouldn't suck so bad. More books such as this should be made along with the new novels. This is a great read for anybody who wants to read about pain, retribution, and love. This is a great read for anybody period. Get this book!