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Chill (Jacob's Ladder Series #2)

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  • Posted January 24, 2010

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    The second Jacobs Ladder parable is a fabulous fast-paced space odyssey

    The survivors on board the Jacob's Ladder know they are fortunate to be alive following the supernova destruction of their sun. However, as the injured like Tristen Conn learn from Angel their world dropped to 43 percent intact due to the explosion. There are areas of the space vessel that are beyond repair while the known zone suffers from all types of catastrophic deterioration. Newly appointed Captain Perceval struggles with the remaining rebels led by Arianrhod, who has fled to unknown areas and personal doubts about the right course of action.

    Tristen and Benedick pursue Arianrhod through regions of the world they've never visited before. What they observe shakes both of them up while Arianrhod tries to find time to regroup the rebels. Neither pursuer realizes the danger to their way of life that surfaces.

    The second Jacobs Ladder parable is a fabulous fast-paced space odyssey that fans of Elizabeth Bear will relish though newcomers must read the previous tale Dust to understand how the populace got to the point of the explosion. The reactions of Tristen and Benedick make the story line fun to read as they visit locations never seen before by either of them; observations that shake their belief system. The audience will relish a visit to the exciting Great Bear universe where the impossible is possible.

    Harriet Klausner

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    Posted April 28, 2012

    Four Chilling Events

    3. At the University of Indiana there are some very old buildings on the campus. One of them, now a girls dorm, is said to be haunted. There is also a story about how this haunting came about. The building had once been a mens dorm. There was a medical student who had a room on the third floor. Every so often his girlfriend would sneak up to his room although this was forbbiden. One night while she was in his room they had a terrible fight. The medical student was completly out of control. He almost went insane. He grabbed a scalpels that he kept for dissection and stabbed the girl in the throat. She died without a sound. The medical student waited till it was very late. He carried her body down to the buildings basment. He put it in an unused passage way hoping it would never be found. Collage authorities found the girl missing for days. They notified the police. The police soon found that the missing girl had been visiting the medical student. Hen they questioned the medical student he broke down and confessed the crime. He led the police to where he put the body. Hiwever the girls ghost is said to still haunt the old building which has been turned into a girls dorm. (Next one at robbers third result.) -Skystep

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