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Perishables: The Withrow Chronicles, Book 1 , H...
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Winner of the 2012 Laine Cunningham Novel Award!   Everybody hates their homeowner’s association, and nobody likes a zombie apocalypse. Put the two together, and Withrow Surrett is having a truly craptastic night.   Not to mention the fact that he’s got one big secret to keep from the idiots in his home - Withrow is a vampire.    Perishables has been called by some “a gripping examination into suburban ennui set in a milieu of postmodern apocalyptic horror”.  Not really. Those people would be navel-gazing idiots. Perishables is a bust-your-gut funny collection of three stories about trust, human and undead relationships, what community really means, and zombies.    A LOT of freakin’ zombies.    Fans of The Black Knight Chronicles, The Tome of Bill, and Fred, the Vampire Accountant will love this series.   1. Language: English. Narrator: Jack Wayne. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/114333/bk_acx0_114333_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Datalogic Mg800I KIT Black 1D

1D, 752 x 480, USB A, 2m Cable, Ip52, 306.2 gDatalogic Magellan 800i - 1D - 15,2 cm - 0 - 86000 Lux - 0 - 360° - -60 - 60° - -60 - 60𫉰 x 480 - USB A - 2m Cable - Ip52 - 306.2 gDatalogic Magellan 800i. Scanner-Typ: 1D, Arbeitsabstand: 15,

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Black Venus , Hörbuch, Digital, 1, 241min
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Extraordinary and diverse people inhabit this rich, ripe, occasionally raucous collection of short stories. Some are based on real people - Jeanne Duval, Baudelaire's handsome and reluctant muse who never asked to be called the Black Venus, trapped in the terminal ennui of the poet's passion, snatching at a little lifesaving respectability against all odds.... Edgar Allen Poe, with his face of an actor, demonstrating in every thought and deed how right his friends were when they said, 'No man is safe who drinks before breakfast'. And some of these people are totally imaginary. Such as the 17th century whore, transported to Virginia for thieving, who turns into a good woman in spite of herself among the Indians, who have nothing worth stealing. And a girl, suckled by wolves, strange and indifferent as nature, who will not tolerate returning to humanity. Angela Carter wonderfully mingles history, fiction, invention, literary criticism, high drama and low comedy in a glorious collection of stories as full of contradictions and surprises as life itself. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Clare Corbett, Toby Longworth. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/031846/bk_adbl_031846_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Datalogic Powerscan Retail Pd9531 Black

PowerScan Retail PD9531Datalogic PowerScan Retail Pd9531 - Tragbares Barcodelesegerät - 1D/2D - Fotodiode - Aztec Code - Datenmatrix - MaxiCode - Micro QR Code - QR Code - 864 x 544 Pixel - 0 - 100000 LuxBarcode-Scanner - Rs-232 - USB 2.0Datal

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Black Hole
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Winner of the Eisner, Harvey, and Ignatz Awards The setting: suburban Seattle, the mid-1970s. We learn from the outset that a strange plague has descended upon the area's teenagers, transmitted by sexual contact. The disease is manifested in any number of ways — from the hideously grotesque to the subtle (and concealable) — but once you've got it, that's it. There's no turning back. As we inhabit the heads of several key characters — some kids who have it, some who don't, some who are about to get it — what unfolds isn't the expected battle to fight the plague, or bring heightened awareness to it , or even to treat it. What we become witness to instead is a fascinating and eerie portrait of the nature of high school alienation itself — the savagery, the cruelty, the relentless anxiety and ennui, the longing for escape. And then the murders start. As hypnotically beautiful as it is horrifying, Black Hole transcends its genre by deftly exploring a specific American cultural moment in flux and the kids who are caught in it- back when it wasn't exactly cool to be a hippie anymore, but Bowie was still just a little too weird. To say nothing of sprouting horns and molting your skin...

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Datalogic Touch 65 PRO - Black

Td1100 65 Pro, Black, Multi-InterfaceDatalogic Touch 65 Pro - 15 cm - 0 - 20000 Lux - 640 nm - -45 - 45° - -65 - 65° - -70 - 70°Td1100 65 Pro - Schwarz - Multi-InterfaceDatalogic Touch 65 Pro. Arbeitsabstand: 15 cm, Lichtlevels (direkt Sonn

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Black Hole
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Winner of the Eisner, Harvey, and Ignatz Awards The setting: suburban Seattle, the mid-1970s. We learn from the outset that a strange plague has descended upon the area's teenagers, transmitted by sexual contact. The disease is manifested in any number of ways — from the hideously grotesque to the subtle (and concealable) — but once you've got it, that's it. There's no turning back. As we inhabit the heads of several key characters — some kids who have it, some who don't, some who are about to get it — what unfolds isn't the expected battle to fight the plague, or bring heightened awareness to it , or even to treat it. What we become witness to instead is a fascinating and eerie portrait of the nature of high school alienation itself — the savagery, the cruelty, the relentless anxiety and ennui, the longing for escape. And then the murders start. As hypnotically beautiful as it is horrifying, Black Hole transcends its genre by deftly exploring a specific American cultural moment in flux and the kids who are caught in it- back when it wasn't exactly cool to be a hippie anymore, but Bowie was still just a little too weird. To say nothing of sprouting horns and molting your skin...

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Datalogic Mg800I KIT Black 2D

2D, 752 x 480, USB A, 2m Cable, Ip52, 306.2 gDatalogic Magellan 800i - 2D - 12,7 cm - 0 - 86000 Lux - 0 - 360° - -60 - 60° - -60 - 60𫉰 x 480 - USB A - 2m Cable - Ip52 - 306.2 gDatalogic Magellan 800i. Scanner-Typ: 2D, Arbeitsabstand: 12,

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Grass Is Singing, The
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Set in Southern Rhodesia under white rule, Doris Lessing's first novel is at once a riveting chronicle of human disintegration, a beautifully understated social critique, and a brilliant depiction of the quiet horror of one woman's struggleagainst a ruthless fate. Mary Turner is a self-confident, independent young woman who becomes the depressed, frustrated wife of an ineffectual, unsuccessful farmer. Little by little the ennui of years on the farm works its slow poison. Mary's despair progresses until the fateful arrival of Moses, an enigmatic, virile black servant. Locked in anguish, Mary and Moses—master and slave—are trapped in a web of mounting attraction and repulsion, until their psychic tension explodes with devastating consequences.

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Datalogic Gryphon M4100-Black - 433Mhz

Gryphon Gm4100, 433 Mhz, Black - Not for use in the USDatalogic Gryphon Gm4100 - 630 nm - -35 - 35° - -65 - 65° - -65 - 65° - -1D + GS1 DataBar - -China Post - -Gs1 DataBar Expanded Stacked - -Gs1 DataBar Stacked - -Gs1 DataBar... Rs-232 -

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Tosh
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'If you have any interest in the wild array of people who defined the West Coast beat/bohemian world, and the various ways it overlapped other worlds, including Hollywood and rock ‘n’ roll, then you must read TOSH: Growing Up in Wallace Berman’s World by Tosh Berman--John Yau, Hyperallergic 'It's about what it's like to grow up in the L.A. art community between the Beat years and the Counterculture years. Of all the books I've read about L.A. since I've gotten here, this was the most informative about the L.A. I would have wanted to know.'--Michael Silverblatt, Host of KCRW's 'Bookworm' 'Tosh's book is fascinating, fleshing out details on how Wallace morphed from West Coast Beat generation raja into hippie headmaster of LA, centered in the Beverly Glen and Topanga Canyon areas, and, for a time, of San Francisco. . . . His book is filled with wild, with-it insights, buttressed by bounteous black and white photos, yet it is based in a rather ordinary, mid-20th century American upbringing, with extraordinary moments.'—Joseph Nechvatal, Hyperallergic 'This book is perfection. I wish it went on forever. Maybe, somehow, it does.TOSH is almost like a giant map of small city . . . Each sentence is a street. Each chapter is an era. Each memory revealing a secret passage from one place to the next . . . TO READ IT is to WALK IT with Tosh Berman.' —Jason Schwartzman, actor 'This double narrative of Tosh Berman and his father, Wallace, will tell you more about the creative process than a hundred how-to books purporting to do the same.'—Jim Krusoe, author of The Sleep Garden 'Reading TOSH is like meeting your idols, one at a time, for a quiet chat. Everyone is disarmed, and it feels like you've been in the same room with them for about ten hours, or so. Dennis Hopper is unconstrained and friendly, Toni Basil is bubbly, and Brian Jones has just stopped by to say hello. Topanga, as a place is remote--filled with pockets of escapism, winding landscapes of tumult and ennui. Tosh's world is both expansive and crystalline, he traces the edges of his world, and Wallace's world. We get to come and go with Tosh as he navigates his place in and around the tangle of the time.'—Soo Kim, artist, Professor at Otis College of Art and Design 'This book is sublime: vertiginous, melancholy, highly amusing!'—Johan Kugelberg, Boo-Hooray 'Through the prism of Tosh Berman, only child, born 1954 to Wallace and Shirley, who personified the wild heart of 20th century West Coast art, we are offered a truly intimate invitation into a magic world of outliers, visionaries and shooting stars. TOSH recounts a life 'lived like a good book on a bookshelf,' a memoir resonant with discovery, passion, music, art, sex, celebrity, ego, desire, and dignity. All told with a son's love for his father, a continuing light into the creative life.'--Thurston Moore, musician & writer 'Tosh Berman is one of the most valuable writers, much less people, the earth has upon it. This book is exquisite. I can't think of another word. What it says, how it says it, what it is.'--Dennis Cooper, author of The Marbled Swarm 'Reading TOSH, I felt like I was lying on a couch, completely relaxed and engrossed, while Tosh Berman sat in a chair beside me and told me his amazing life story. And at the end, I was very moved and wanted to cry. The affect that TOSH--the book and the man--had on me was that feeling I get when exposed to great art: a mix of sadness and wonder, which seem to be the two faces of the human heart. Wonderment at the beauty around us--the world, its people--and the sadness that nothing lasts, that all must perish. But this is our journey on planet earth: to be brave and feel both things at once, and it's great art, like this book, that reminds us to do so.'--Jonathan Ames, author of You Were Never Really Here'It's about what it's like to grow up in the L.A. art community between the Beat years and the Counterculture years. Of all the books I've read about L.A. since I've gotten here, this was the most informative about the L.A. I would have wanted to know.'—Michael Silverblatt, Host of KCRW's 'Bookworm' 'If you are interested in California bohemian art-scene culture, eccentric and

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The New Me
19,90 CHF *
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'Ingenious . . . masterfully cringe-inducing and unsparingly critical . . .  The New Me continues the author's interrogation of the disappointments of the workplace and the diminished rewards of the so-called American dream...[and] explores self-improvement at its absolute, impractical, soul-crushing worst...[Butler's] wit and insight keep the pages turning.' — Chicago Tribune 'Scathingly funny.' — Entertainment Weekly  ' Office Space meets millennial burnout in this inspired comic novel . . . A must-read.' — Esquire '[Millie's] rants would make Dostoyevsky's Underground Man beam.' —Stephanie Danler,  The New York Times Book Review 'Made me laugh and cry enough times to feel completely reborn.' —Nikki Shaner-Bradford,  The Paris Review 'If you loved  My Year of Rest and Relaxation by Ottessa Moshfegh, don’t miss this . . . Sardonic and grimly relatable.' — Bustle  '[A] surly send-up of the makeover-industrial complex.' — Vulture, 'The Best Books of 2019 (So Far)'  'Darkly funny.'  —Vanity Fair, 'The Best Books of 2019, So Far'  'A sharp and candid satire of the American workplace . . . No matter which generation you're in, this dark, psychological comedy is a must-read.' —Today.com (The TODAY Show) 'A brilliant excoriation of the marketers telling us that life offers an unending parade of do-overs. Butler nails the unspoken hierarchies of contemporary office life in this wry and utterly terrifying work.' — Vulture    'Few authors capture the acidic angst of downtrodden millennials like Butler, whose heroines, trapped in precarious and soulless work, take comfort in consumption, in cynicism, in ill-fated self-improvement.' — Huffington Post 'Anyone who has ever felt like their life is going nowhere—and to make it worse, going nowhere in an achingly slow manner—will recognize themselves in Halle Butler's new novel.' — Nylon 'Wake up, look in the mirror, swear it will all be different today. Sound familiar? Here's that feeling in novel form.' — Elle 'Deftly shifts . . . between hope and anxiety.' — The Wall Street Journal, 'The 10 Books You’ll Want to Read This Spring' '[A] gut-punch . . . Butler does a great job capturing a certain kind of ennui with pitch perfect tone and dark humor.' — Brightest Young Things, 'The Best Books of 2019 (So Far)'  '[An] instant classic . . . pleasingly cruel [and] horribly funny.' — New Statesman America 'A skewering of the 21st-century American dream of self-betterment. Butler has already proven herself a master of writing about work and its discontents.' — The Millions  'Millie is just the kind of misanthropic, hopeful/doomed thirty-year-old we’ve all known, and/or been, and/or loved, and/or hated. Butler is an essential contemporary voice.' — LitHub 'The kind of humor found in  The New Me is so sharp it cuts.' — Popsugar 'Butler’s curmudgeonly, black-humored depiction of what now passes for work, for friendship, for a life will appeal to fans of Ottessa Moshfegh.' — Newsday  'So precise and cutting you might find yourself laughing, or shivering, with recognition.' — Vulture, '6 New Paperbacks You Should Read Right Now”  'Darkly comic [and] highly readable . . . Butler presents a vivid portrait of her pitiful yet pitiless protagonist. It’s hard to know what Millie needs most: medication, a hug or a restraining order.' — Minneapolis Star Tribune 'A sharp, darkly comedic examination of capitalism, millennial life, and how to escape it all.'  —Bitch Media 'Quick-paced . . . laugh-out-loud angst.' — amNewYork 'Butler’s incisive prose cuts sharp. Millie is, like us all, nominally an adult in a world that finds little dignity in adulthood.'  —Chicago Review of Books '[ The New Me

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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The New Me
12,99 € *
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'Ingenious . . . masterfully cringe-inducing and unsparingly critical . . .  The New Me continues the author's interrogation of the disappointments of the workplace and the diminished rewards of the so-called American dream...[and] explores self-improvement at its absolute, impractical, soul-crushing worst...[Butler's] wit and insight keep the pages turning.' — Chicago Tribune 'Scathingly funny.' — Entertainment Weekly  ' Office Space meets millennial burnout in this inspired comic novel . . . A must-read.' — Esquire '[Millie's] rants would make Dostoyevsky's Underground Man beam.' —Stephanie Danler,  The New York Times Book Review 'Made me laugh and cry enough times to feel completely reborn.' —Nikki Shaner-Bradford,  The Paris Review 'If you loved  My Year of Rest and Relaxation by Ottessa Moshfegh, don’t miss this . . . Sardonic and grimly relatable.' — Bustle  '[A] surly send-up of the makeover-industrial complex.' — Vulture, 'The Best Books of 2019 (So Far)'  'Darkly funny.'  —Vanity Fair, 'The Best Books of 2019, So Far'  'A sharp and candid satire of the American workplace . . . No matter which generation you're in, this dark, psychological comedy is a must-read.' —Today.com (The TODAY Show) 'A brilliant excoriation of the marketers telling us that life offers an unending parade of do-overs. Butler nails the unspoken hierarchies of contemporary office life in this wry and utterly terrifying work.' — Vulture    'Few authors capture the acidic angst of downtrodden millennials like Butler, whose heroines, trapped in precarious and soulless work, take comfort in consumption, in cynicism, in ill-fated self-improvement.' — Huffington Post 'Anyone who has ever felt like their life is going nowhere—and to make it worse, going nowhere in an achingly slow manner—will recognize themselves in Halle Butler's new novel.' — Nylon 'Wake up, look in the mirror, swear it will all be different today. Sound familiar? Here's that feeling in novel form.' — Elle 'Deftly shifts . . . between hope and anxiety.' — The Wall Street Journal, 'The 10 Books You’ll Want to Read This Spring' '[A] gut-punch . . . Butler does a great job capturing a certain kind of ennui with pitch perfect tone and dark humor.' — Brightest Young Things, 'The Best Books of 2019 (So Far)'  '[An] instant classic . . . pleasingly cruel [and] horribly funny.' — New Statesman America 'A skewering of the 21st-century American dream of self-betterment. Butler has already proven herself a master of writing about work and its discontents.' — The Millions  'Millie is just the kind of misanthropic, hopeful/doomed thirty-year-old we’ve all known, and/or been, and/or loved, and/or hated. Butler is an essential contemporary voice.' — LitHub 'The kind of humor found in  The New Me is so sharp it cuts.' — Popsugar 'Butler’s curmudgeonly, black-humored depiction of what now passes for work, for friendship, for a life will appeal to fans of Ottessa Moshfegh.' — Newsday  'So precise and cutting you might find yourself laughing, or shivering, with recognition.' — Vulture, '6 New Paperbacks You Should Read Right Now”  'Darkly comic [and] highly readable . . . Butler presents a vivid portrait of her pitiful yet pitiless protagonist. It’s hard to know what Millie needs most: medication, a hug or a restraining order.' — Minneapolis Star Tribune 'A sharp, darkly comedic examination of capitalism, millennial life, and how to escape it all.'  —Bitch Media 'Quick-paced . . . laugh-out-loud angst.' — amNewYork 'Butler’s incisive prose cuts sharp. Millie is, like us all, nominally an adult in a world that finds little dignity in adulthood.'  —Chicago Review of Books '[ The New Me

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Tosh
16,99 € *
zzgl. 3,00 € Versand

'If you have any interest in the wild array of people who defined the West Coast beat/bohemian world, and the various ways it overlapped other worlds, including Hollywood and rock ‘n’ roll, then you must read TOSH: Growing Up in Wallace Berman’s World by Tosh Berman--John Yau, Hyperallergic 'It's about what it's like to grow up in the L.A. art community between the Beat years and the Counterculture years. Of all the books I've read about L.A. since I've gotten here, this was the most informative about the L.A. I would have wanted to know.'--Michael Silverblatt, Host of KCRW's 'Bookworm' 'Tosh's book is fascinating, fleshing out details on how Wallace morphed from West Coast Beat generation raja into hippie headmaster of LA, centered in the Beverly Glen and Topanga Canyon areas, and, for a time, of San Francisco. . . . His book is filled with wild, with-it insights, buttressed by bounteous black and white photos, yet it is based in a rather ordinary, mid-20th century American upbringing, with extraordinary moments.'—Joseph Nechvatal, Hyperallergic 'This book is perfection. I wish it went on forever. Maybe, somehow, it does.TOSH is almost like a giant map of small city . . . Each sentence is a street. Each chapter is an era. Each memory revealing a secret passage from one place to the next . . . TO READ IT is to WALK IT with Tosh Berman.' —Jason Schwartzman, actor 'This double narrative of Tosh Berman and his father, Wallace, will tell you more about the creative process than a hundred how-to books purporting to do the same.'—Jim Krusoe, author of The Sleep Garden 'Reading TOSH is like meeting your idols, one at a time, for a quiet chat. Everyone is disarmed, and it feels like you've been in the same room with them for about ten hours, or so. Dennis Hopper is unconstrained and friendly, Toni Basil is bubbly, and Brian Jones has just stopped by to say hello. Topanga, as a place is remote--filled with pockets of escapism, winding landscapes of tumult and ennui. Tosh's world is both expansive and crystalline, he traces the edges of his world, and Wallace's world. We get to come and go with Tosh as he navigates his place in and around the tangle of the time.'—Soo Kim, artist, Professor at Otis College of Art and Design 'This book is sublime: vertiginous, melancholy, highly amusing!'—Johan Kugelberg, Boo-Hooray 'Through the prism of Tosh Berman, only child, born 1954 to Wallace and Shirley, who personified the wild heart of 20th century West Coast art, we are offered a truly intimate invitation into a magic world of outliers, visionaries and shooting stars. TOSH recounts a life 'lived like a good book on a bookshelf,' a memoir resonant with discovery, passion, music, art, sex, celebrity, ego, desire, and dignity. All told with a son's love for his father, a continuing light into the creative life.'--Thurston Moore, musician & writer 'Tosh Berman is one of the most valuable writers, much less people, the earth has upon it. This book is exquisite. I can't think of another word. What it says, how it says it, what it is.'--Dennis Cooper, author of The Marbled Swarm 'Reading TOSH, I felt like I was lying on a couch, completely relaxed and engrossed, while Tosh Berman sat in a chair beside me and told me his amazing life story. And at the end, I was very moved and wanted to cry. The affect that TOSH--the book and the man--had on me was that feeling I get when exposed to great art: a mix of sadness and wonder, which seem to be the two faces of the human heart. Wonderment at the beauty around us--the world, its people--and the sadness that nothing lasts, that all must perish. But this is our journey on planet earth: to be brave and feel both things at once, and it's great art, like this book, that reminds us to do so.'--Jonathan Ames, author of You Were Never Really Here'It's about what it's like to grow up in the L.A. art community between the Beat years and the Counterculture years. Of all the books I've read about L.A. since I've gotten here, this was the most informative about the L.A. I would have wanted to know.'—Michael Silverblatt, Host of KCRW's 'Bookworm' 'If you are interested in California bohemian art-scene culture, eccentric and

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