Release Date: September 20, 2011
This is a movie review of Going Postal by Terry Pratchett. Moist Von Lipwig (Richard Coyle) is a con man gleefully fleecing the people of Ankh- Morpork. From painting horses to make them look like stallions to causing a banking crash, Moist is looking out for #1 and never looking back at the consequences. When he’s finally caught and sentenced to death, the ruler of Ankh-Morpork, Lord Vetinari (Charles Dance) decides to give Moist another chance. Moist will reopen the defunct post office or die, there are no other choices. Faced with thousands of undelivered letters, a haunted post-office and employees who are quite willing if not very able, Moist must battle ruthless competitor, Reacher Gilt (David Suchet) and potential lady love Adora Loveheart (Claire Foy) to bring the post office back to its former glory.
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Publication Date: December 1, 2010
Qatari Voices by Carol Henderson and Mohanalakshmi Rajakumar is a collection of essays from students at Qatar University and Education City in 2007 as part of a free-form project. They urged the students to write whatever came to them. What resulted was a compilation of essays reflecting a changing culture. This anthology of essays is a re-presentation from Qatari Voices.
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Publication Date: May 2, 2012
In Alien Invasion of the Zombie Apocalypse by Ford Forkum, aliens who are bored decide to attack a planet and enslave a few hundred people just for the kicks, choose Earth. They arrive to find the planet in the midst of a Zombie Apocalypse and themselves no match for zombies. The lone survivor, Ursa Minor, teams up with students that he finds on the roof of a building and their vapid and affectionate vampire friends to find a way out of the ultimate invasion gone wrong.
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Publication Date: April 8, 2012
In Particle Horizon by Selso Xisto, a Galactic Holy War begins and unfolds into what is called in the Amazon description, a space opera featuring several key players all fighting for their own goals. At the heart of the conflict is a new elemental power that can change the game for everyone.
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