The third book in a heartstopping, high-octane new space seriesThe third book in a heartstopping, high-octane new space series. Perfect for fans of Veronica Roth, Suzanne Collins, Amie Kaufman and Lauren Oliver.The Genesis Programme reality TV show has brought twelve young astronauts to Mars, to face unprecedented hostility. An even greater danger is now threatening Earth, but the viewers are too glued to their screens and the rescue mission to see what is really happening.Leonor is ready to risk everything to bring out the truth and warn the world. She can never admit defeat - but can she fight her last fight alone?Dixen, VictorVictor Dixen is the author of three series for teenagers: THE STRANGE CASE OF JACK SPARK, ANIMALE and PHOBOS, and twice the winner of the Grand Prix de l'Imaginaire, the most prestigious science fiction and fantasy award in France. His father is Danish and his mother is French, and as a child he travelled throughout Europe with them. Today, he shares his time between Paris and New York City with his family and his two inquisitive cats.
What happens when two gay men in a disintegrating relationship leave the big city to spend some time alone, together in nature? Is it possible for nature to reveal the truth, their true essence and help them to change? Can these two wounded men; traumatised, hurt, lost and desperate on a remote beach find a way back to innocence? Is there a way back to reality, back to love? A romantic, poetic and explicit rumination on modern gay love He Love Me is British queer cinema at its finest and most authentic. WARNING: Contains Real Sex. Not suitable for viewers under 18.
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Layers of Fear is a first-person perspective psychological horror PC game, developed by Bloober Team and published by Aspyr. The game blends the elements of exploration, collecting visual clues and story-driven gameplay. In LoF, the player becomes an artist, who tries to complete his masterpiece. As he moves around his studio looking for inspiration, the reality bends around him slowly driving him mad.GameplayThe gameplay of LoF is based on exploration and the slow discovery of plot elements. The player observes the action from the first-person perspective, as they walk through the halls of the artist’s studio. The reality seems to be warping around them, amplifying the atmosphere of uneasiness. Jumpscares, scattered here and there in the game world, add to already terrifying experience. To progress through the game, the player must collect items, with which the Artist will be able to complete his masterpiece. Layers of Fear includes challenging puzzles, which require the player to locate clues within the game’s environment.Story in Layers of FearThe masterpiece – a dream of all painters. A sight to behold forthe viewers, a priceless treasure for collectors, the Artist’s soul captured in the canvas. You are that artist. You return to your studio to create your opus magnum, your best work to date. Your work until now was met with critical acclaim, but there was something missing, something you can’t quite put your finger on. That’s why this one is so important. This is the one they’ll remember you by. As you continue to paint, the world might bend around you, your sanity might slip, past blend with the present. But no matter! For what is sanity, when eternal fame is at stake?ReceptionLayers of Fear received favorable reviews from the critics and player alike.Reviews praised the plot of the game, evoking the psychological horror atmosphere, and the setting which challenged the player’s sense of orientation with a constantly changing layout. Critics considered LoF one of the most terrifying games in history, a perfect title for the fans of horror and good storytelling.
Set between the period of the Second World War to the Hungarian uprising of 1956, Szabó's powerful cinematic ode relates historical events through the prism of personal experience producing a film of extraordinary intimacy. After his father is killed in the war, Tako, a young Hungarian boy, concocts a fantasy ideal of the parent he never really knew. In the child’s imagination, the figure of the father attains mythical qualities. Convincing himself of his father’s unbridaled bravery, the boy grows into a man and hopes to emulate his dad’s heroism. After falling in love with a Jewish refugee Tako ultimately decides to find out whether his father was truly the noble warrior he’s imagined him to be... The film mixes poetry, nostalgia, irony and stark images of war and totalitarianism, and confronts the viewers with the reality that salvation can start only from within. From István Szabó, Oscar-winning director of Mephisto, Colonel Redl, Hanussen, Sunshine and most recently, Being Julia starring Annette Bening. Special Features: Interview with director István Szabó Essays
Joanna Lumley stars as a brittle, scheming soap diva in this hilarious sitcom following the lives of the cast of a daytime medical drama, and the production team battling to make the show on a shoestring. Jealousy, insecurity, egotism and mental instability: the off-screen melodrama of Dr Willoughby is revealed in all its ugliness in this complete series, now available for the first time in home-video format! After five successful years, the Dr Willoughby actors are wont to confuse reality and fiction. Can Donna Sinclair, star of the show, really heal the sick and perform open-heart surgery? Some of the viewers think she can. Is she really as saintly and composed as her character? Not quite. To put it mildly, she's a highly strung prima donna, an implacable control freak, and a monstrous megalomaniac. Which cast members will be axed by the producers - or by Donna? Who do the studio execs want to bring in - and why? And will producer Emma ever get off the show?
Spy Kids When the notorious husband-and-wife spy team, Gregorio and Ingrid Cortez (Antonio Banderas and Carla Gugino), is kidnapped by the children's show host Fegan Floop (Alan Cumming), the two Cortez children are the only ones who have the right skills and the insider know-how to help. Together Carmen and Juni Cortez (Alexa Vega and Daryl Sabara) set out on their first spy mission to find Floop and rescue their parents. Spy Kids is a high-wire family adventure that lets the kids save the day. Spy Kids 2: The Island of Lost Dreams The spy kids are back in this highly inventive sequel to the original smash hit. Once again, cinematic multi-tasker Robert Rodriguez (SPY KIDS 2's director, writer, producer, director of photography, editor, and composer) brings his high-octane, technicolor brand of antics and special effects to the screen. This time the kids are a little older and a lot more experienced as they fight to save the world and secure their reputation as the best in town. After proving themselves as top-notch spies like their parents (Antonio Banderas and Carla Gugino) in the original SPY KIDS, Carmen and Juni Cortez (Alexa Vega and Daryl Sabara) are now at the top of the new OSS kids division. That is, until they meet a new sibling spy team, Gary and Gerti Giggles (Matthew O'Leary and Emily Osment), and their position is threatened. In a race to save the world, the rival spies travel to the Island of Lost Dreams, a world that resembles the Bermuda Triangle, which is populated by fantastical genetically altered creatures, brought to life by the resident mad scientist, Romero (Steve Buscemi). However, on the mysterious island none of the kids' high-tech James Bond-inspired gadgets work, so they must rely on their own cunning and family smarts to save the world. Viewers of all ages will enjoy this delightful sequel full of tongue-in-cheek humor, wacky creatures of all shapes and sizes, and nonstop action. Spy Kids 3: Game Over In this third installment of the popular series from Robert Rodriguez that features high-tech 3-D animation woven into the images of the film with digital technology. Juni Cortez (Daryl Sabara) is ready to quit the OSS spy Agency until the President (George Clooney, in one of the film's many celebrity cameos) warns him that the evil Toymaker (Sylvester Stallone) has taken his sister Carmen (Alexa Vega) hostage in a virtual reality videogame created to take over the minds of the young people playing it. In order to rescue Carmen and save the world from the domination of the Toymaker, Juni must journey inside of the videogame and risk his own life to beat it and the various riddles and monsters designed to challenge him. Leaving his spy parents (Antonio Banderas and Carla Gugino) behind, Juni brings along his Grandfather (Ricardo Montelban) and OSS agents Cesca (Salma Hayek) and Donnagon Giggles (Mike Judge) to help him save the world. Once inside the technicolour reality Juni must conquer each level of the game while avoiding death and the ultimate videogame defeat: game over. Rodriguez' usual brand of high-octane adventure and nonstop action is fueled by the film's 3-D animation and numerous celebrity cameos including: Steve Buscemi, Alan Cumming, Bill Paxton, and Elijah Wood.
Lys and her family win a chance to be a "real family" on reality TV. That means real money, desperately needed in the rotten economy these days, but they only get that money as long as they stay on the air. What can they do to be real enough to please the viewers? 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jessica Almasy. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/018968/bk_adbl_018968_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.