Lost Souls of Savannah

Lost Souls of Savannah

This is the second book in André Frattinos exciting series of graphic novels for young adults, The Adventures of Flagler's Few. Next in series > > See all of the books in this series

Author: Andre R. Frattino

Publisher: Flagler's Few, Ghost Hunters

ISBN: 156164532X

Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Page: 193

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Victor has spent more of his life dead than alive. Just as purgatory becomes too much for him, he learns of a HooDoo priestess in Georgia who could grant him life again, but at a price. Before she can grant his wish, he must collect the five most infamous souls of Savannah. It won't be an easy job, but along the way Victor will make new friends--and new enemies--and for the first time in a long time, he will feel alive . . . almost. This is the second book in André Frattinos exciting series of graphic novels for young adults, The Adventures of Flagler's Few. Next in series > > See all of the books in this series
Categories: Comics & Graphic Novels

Guardian of Lost Souls

Guardian of Lost Souls

Savannah communicated by what she saw, and she was able to accurately describe the color of the lost soul's hair, their eyes, and what they were wearing.

Author: Pamela Theresa Loertscher M. Msc

Publisher: Pamela Theresa Loertscher

ISBN: 9781440491429

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 182

View: 962

Guardian of Lost Souls - Lessons in Death is a true story based on events that happened to a mother and her two children. This story tells about the struggles of living with one foot in the physical world and another foot in the spiritual realms. Read the stories of the ups and downs of helping lost souls find their way to the other side. Within the pages of this book the reader will find stories of seeming horror, humor, and strange events that happen to a person when one can feel, hear and see in the spaces in-between. The stories of the lost souls are documented within the pages, and are true life stories of the people, how they died, and how they lived, and most importantly the reason why they became earthbound spirits. The reader is advised to pay close attention to the stories, because one of the lost souls may be someone you knew.
Categories: Body, Mind & Spirit

Ghosts of Savannah

Ghosts of Savannah

Meet Will and his motley crew, which includes a pickpocket, a modern-day witch, a retired pirate, and a comic book nerd. Lost Souls of Savannah by Andre ...

Author: Terrance Zepke

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9781683340003

Category: Fiction

Page: 128

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Tales of Savannah's many ghosts. You'll find out why an exorcism had to be conducted at the Hampton-Lillibridge House, about the ghost cat at the Davenport House, the rowdy ghosts at Pirate's House who can be heard demanding more to drink, and the female spirit of the Kehoe House. You'll be surprised who haunts the Old Candler Hospital and why. You'll discover what is arguably the most haunted place in Savannah.
Categories: Fiction

Ghosts of Florida s Gulf Coast

Ghosts of Florida s Gulf Coast

Lost Souls of Savannah by Andre Frattino. In the sequel to The Reaper of St. George Street, we follow the spirit of Victor. Just as purgatory becomes too ...

Author: Alan Brown

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9781561648153

Category: Fiction

Page: 150

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The only collection of ghost stories from the entire Gulf coast of Florida from Pensacola to Key West.
Categories: Fiction

A Land Remembered The Graphic Novel

A Land Remembered  The Graphic Novel

Lost Souls of Savannah. Charged by a mysterious swamp witch, Victor must collect the five most infamous lost souls of Savannah if he has any hope of ...

Author: Dr Andre Frattino

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9781683340225

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 144

View: 155

This graphic novel version of A Land Remembered, the bestselling novel by Patrick D. Smith, covers three generations of the MacIvey family in the Florida frontier from the 1850s to the 1960s. In A Land Remembered, Patrick Smith tells the story of a Florida family who battle the hardships of the frontier to rise from a dirt-poor Cracker life to the wealth and standing of real estate tycoons. The story opens in 1858, when Tobias MacIvey arrives in the Florida wilderness to start a new life with his wife and infant son, and ends two generations later in 1968 with Solomon MacIvey, who realizes that the land has been exploited far beyond human need. The sweeping story that emerges is a rich, rugged Florida history featuring a memorable cast of crusty, indomitable Crackers battling wild animals, rustlers, Confederate deserters, mosquitoes, starvation, hurricanes, and freezes to carve a kingdom out of the swamp. But their most formidable adversary turns out to be greed, including finally their own. Love and tenderness are here too: the hopes and passions of each new generation, friendships with the persecuted blacks and Indians, and respect for the land and its wildlife. A Land Remembered has been ranked #1 Best Florida Book eight times in annual polls conducted by Florida Monthly Magazine and is winner of the Florida Historical Society's Tebeau Prize as the Most Outstanding Florida Historical Novel."
Categories: Juvenile Fiction

Remembering Crawford Square Savannah Ga

Remembering Crawford Square  Savannah  Ga

“Those in purgatory go to hell whose relatives and friends on earth don't pray for them while they're in purgatory. Father Felix called them lost souls.

Author: Lou Rivers, Ph.D.

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 9781456724511

Category: History

Page: 388

View: 512

Remembering Crawford Square presents a literary mural of Savannah, GA during the Great Depression (1930-1940): Multiportraits of socio-economical African-American portraits; folks, streets, lanes, other places, events, issues, humor, religion, sports, injustices, and racism. It also tells of sex, heterosexual, homosexual and bisexual sex. Visiting Savannah GA in 1945, Nancy Astur said, “Savannah was a beautiful lady with a dirty face.”
Categories: History

Midnight in Savannah

Midnight in Savannah

“ We were two lost souls . I felt a great bond with you . All my life I've been the subject of ridicule . You didn't make fun of me .

Author: Darwin Porter

Publisher: Blood Moon Productions, Ltd.

ISBN: 0966803019

Category: Fiction

Page: 498

View: 598

Loosely inspired by the novel that put Savannah, Georgia, on the map (John Berendt's bestselling Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil), this study in southern decadence shows that corruption has no respect for gender or for much of anything else. Mendacity reigns. Perversity in extremes. Physical beauty as living hell.
Categories: Fiction

Lighthouse Ghosts

Lighthouse Ghosts

Lost Souls of Savannah by Andre Frattino. In the sequel to The Reaper of St. George Street, we follow the spirit Victor, who has spent more of his “life” ...

Author: Norma Elizabeth

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9781561648658

Category: Fiction

Page: 176

View: 335

A new edition with updated information.
Categories: Fiction

Ghost Tales from the Oldest City

Ghost Tales from the Oldest City

... nerd—Will must discover why a murderous poltergeist named the Reaper of St. George Street is wreaking havoc. Lost Souls of Savannah by Andre Frattino.

Author: Suzy Cain

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9781561647323

Category: Fiction

Page: 112

View: 649

America's oldest city, St. Augustine, has its fair share of things that go bump in the night. With such a long and varied history, its no surprise that a few restless souls have stayed on long after their lives ended.
Categories: Fiction

Surviving Savannah

Surviving Savannah

Only she could see the ghosts that surrounded her family ; only she could see those lost souls . From a drawer she slipped out a letter , let it stay open ...

Author: Patti Callahan

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 9781984803764

Category: Fiction

Page: 432

View: 725

"An atmospheric, compelling story of survival, tragedy, the enduring power of myth and memory, and the moments that change one's life." --Kristin Hannah, #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Four Winds "[An] enthralling and emotional tale...A story about strength and fate."--Woman's World “An epic novel that explores the metal of human spirit in crisis. It is an expertly told, fascinating story that runs fathoms deep on multiple levels.”—New York Journal of Books It was called "The Titanic of the South." The luxury steamship sank in 1838 with Savannah's elite on board; through time, their fates were forgotten--until the wreck was found, and now their story is finally being told in this breathtaking novel from the New York Times bestselling author of Becoming Mrs. Lewis. When Savannah history professor Everly Winthrop is asked to guest-curate a new museum collection focusing on artifacts recovered from the steamship Pulaski, she's shocked. The ship sank after a boiler explosion in 1838, and the wreckage was just discovered, 180 years later. Everly can't resist the opportunity to try to solve some of the mysteries and myths surrounding the devastating night of its sinking. Everly's research leads her to the astounding history of a family of eleven who boarded the Pulaski together, and the extraordinary stories of two women from this family: a known survivor, Augusta Longstreet, and her niece, Lilly Forsyth, who was never found, along with her child. These aristocratic women were part of Savannah's society, but when the ship exploded, each was faced with difficult and heartbreaking decisions. This is a moving and powerful exploration of what women will do to endure in the face of tragedy, the role fate plays, and the myriad ways we survive the surviving.
Categories: Fiction

Adventures of a Pirate from Savannah

Adventures of a Pirate from Savannah

While Talburt looked over the plans, Baker asked Cabasa if word had come from Haiti about which port was to receive the poor lost souls.

Author: J. Paulsen Helmken

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9781583487242

Category: Fiction

Page: 220

View: 830

In the midst of the entanglement of the CIA and the Flower Children of the wonderful 60s, Marijuana Smugglers were a new breed. The CIA sent a group of their street-smart bad boys to Jamaica to see if the Rastafarians were planning to flood the U.S. with marijuana. This study backfired and history will show the CIA actually started the smuggling business in Jamaica. They were mostly southern boys from Georgia, Florida, and South Carolina. This is their story.
Categories: Fiction

Lost Souls

Lost Souls

And his gums were still bleeding—but not from the teeth he had lost. ... I'd been picked up by a pretty young artillery officer in Savannah, Georgia.

Author: Poppy Brite

Publisher: Dell

ISBN: 9780307768285

Category: Fiction

Page: 384

View: 327

Vampires . . . they ache, they love, they thirst for the forbidden. They are your friends and lovers, and your worst fears. “A major new voice in horror fiction . . . an electric style and no shortage of nerve.”—Booklist At a club in Missing Mile, N.C., the children of the night gather, dressed in black, look for acceptance. Among them are Ghost, who sees what others do not; Ann, longing for love; and Jason, whose real name is Nothing, newly awakened to an ancient, deathless truth about his father, and himself. Others are coming to Missing Mile tonight. Three beautiful, hip vagabonds—Molochai, Twig, and the seductive Zillah, whose eyes are as green as limes—are on their own lost journey, slaking their ancient thirst for blood, looking for supple young flesh. They find it in Nothing and Ann, leading them on a mad, illicit road trip south to New Orleans. Over miles of dark highway, Ghost pursues, his powers guiding him on a journey to reach his destiny, to save Ann from her new companions, to save Nothing from himself. . . . “An important and original work . . . a gritty, highly literate blend of brutality and sentiment, hope and despair.”—Science Fiction Chronicle
Categories: Fiction

Wrecked Lives and Lost Souls

Wrecked Lives and Lost Souls

Sherman's scorched-earth march through Georgia to Savannah and his equally devastating trample ... Joe's father, who had no 20 Wrecked Lives and Lost Souls.

Author: Jerry Thompson

Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press

ISBN: 9780806166049

Category: History

Page: 344

View: 834

Growing up, Jerry Thompson knew only that his grandfather was a gritty, “mixed-blood” Cherokee cowboy named Joe Lynch Davis. That was all anyone cared to say about the man. But after Thompson’s mother died, the award-winning historian discovered a shoebox full of letters that held the key to a long-lost family history of passion, violence, and despair. Wrecked Lives and Lost Souls, the result of Thompson’s sleuthing into his family’s past, uncovers the lawless life and times of a man at the center of systematic cattle rustling, feuding, gun battles, a bloody range war, bank robberies, and train heists in early 1900s Indian Territory and Oklahoma. Through painstaking detective work into archival sources, newspaper accounts, and court proceedings, and via numerous interviews, Thompson pieces together not only the story of his grandfather—and a long-forgotten gang of outlaws to rival the infamous Younger brothers—but also the dark path of a Cherokee diaspora from Georgia to Indian Territory. Davis, born in 1891, grew up on a family ranch on the Canadian River, outside the small community of Porum in the Cherokee Nation. The range was being fenced, and for the Davis family and others, cattle rustling was part of a way of life—a habit that ultimately spilled over into violence and murder. The story “goes way back to the wild & wooly cattle days of the west,” an aunt wrote to Thompson’s mother, “when there was cattle rustling, bank robberies & feuding.” One of these feuds—that Joe Davis was “raised right into”—was the decade-long Porum Range War, which culminated in the murder of Davis’s uncle in 1907. In fleshing out the details of the range war and his grandfather’s life, Thompson brings to light the brutality and far-reaching consequences of an obscure chapter in the history of the American West.
Categories: History

The Orchard of Lost Souls

The Orchard of Lost Souls

Deqo looks over her shoulder at the images: barefooted young girls playing in the surf, a hardfaced matriarch glowering in front of a savannah studio ...

Author: Nadifa Mohamed

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781471115318

Category: Fiction

Page: 352

View: 373

The eagerly awaited new novel from the author of the acclaimed Orange-longlisted Black Mamba Boy. It is 1988 and Hargeisa waits. Whispers of revolution travel on the dry winds but still the dictatorship remains secure. Soon, and through the eyes of three women, we will see Somalia fall. Nine-year-old Deqohas left the vast refugee camp she was born in, lured to the city by the promise of her first pair of shoes. Kawsar, a solitary widow, is trapped in her little house with its garden clawed from the desert, confined to her bed after a savage beating in the local police station. Filsan, a young female soldier, has moved from Mogadishu to suppress the rebellion growing in the north. And as the country is unravelled by a civil war that will shock the world, the fates of the three women are twisted irrevocably together. Intimate, frank, brimming with beauty and fierce love,The Orchard of Lost Soulsis an unforgettable account of ordinary lives lived in extraordinary times. 'As these three women's stories entwine, the result is a moving and captivating tale of survival and hope in a war-torn country, and confirms Mohamed's stature as one of Britain's best young novelists' Stylist 'Three women watch, and suffer, as their native Somalia descends into brutal civil war. It's 1988. The atrocities pile up, but the authorial voice remains resolutely melodic' Vogue 'With the unadorned language of a wise, clear-eyed observer, Nadifa Mohamed has spun an unforgettable tale. The Orchard of Lost Soulsrecounts not just a state's descent into war, but war's most heartbreaking human toll: the death of dreams' Taiye Selasi, author of Ghana Must Go
Categories: Fiction

Shoulda Been Jimi Savannah

Shoulda Been Jimi Savannah

And still, whispers about the disappeared, whole souls lost in the passage. Frolicking blindly, flailing tough with cousins, sisters, but running blaze, ...

Author: Patricia Smith

Publisher: Coffee House Press

ISBN: 9781566893671

Category: Poetry

Page: 116

View: 853

National Book Award finalist Patricia Smith chronicles the Great Migration through Motown music and Chicago streets.
Categories: Poetry

Reaper Ghost Target

Reaper  Ghost Target

Khasan Basayev, the Chechen, stared at the Savannah River through the window of his hotel room in Savannah, Georgia, wisps of fog appearing like lost souls ...

Author: Nicholas Irving

Publisher: St. Martin's Press

ISBN: 9781250127358

Category: Fiction

Page: 336

View: 836

The explosive new thriller series written by Nicholas Irving, the New York Times bestselling author of The Reaper and star of Fox's American Grit. "Wow! Irving & Tata make an incredible team. Reaper: Ghost Target is pedal-to-the-metal action packed with great twists and turns. Think 'Jason Bourne meets Bob Lee Swagger' then buckle up and get ready for one hell of a read!" —Brad Thor, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Use of Force “A compelling and intriguing tale, layered with suspense, told by two people who know what they’re talking about. This one goes on your keeper shelf.” —Steve Berry, New York Times bestselling author of The 14th Colony American hero, or unhinged vigilante? In Reaper: Ghost Target, Vick "The Reaper" Harwood is an esteemed sniper with a record kill count—33 kills in 90 days—when he is knocked out under mortar attack in Afghanistan. He wakes up back in the United States with little memory of what happened, his spotter and gun both unrecovered from the battlefield. Harwood has resigned himself to slowly picking up the pieces of his life, training Special Forces snipers in Fort Bragg, North Carolina, and starting a promising relationship with an Olympic medalist named Jackie. But when a series of assassinations start occurring in the area, Harwood can't explain why he just happens to be nearby for each killing—or how a sniper rifle that matches the description of the one he lost seems to be involved. His memory of the past few days is hazy and full of blackouts, and even he has to wonder, is he being framed? Or is he the killer? As Harwood runs from the authorities, his girlfriend falls off the radar, his missing spotter resurfaces, and the assassinated men are outed as drug and sex traffickers. Nothing is adding up. Harwood realizes he has to unravel this mystery, and fast, or find himself paying the ultimate price for crimes he may not have committed.
Categories: Fiction

Pilgrims Through the Years

Pilgrims Through the Years

A Bicentennial History of First Baptist Church, Savannah, Georgia George H.
Shriver ... Anti - Catholicism lingered in the New Sunbury Association as late as
1892 when at the yearly meeting Roman Catholics were deemed lost souls .

Author: George H. Shriver

Publisher:

ISBN: WISC:89077190601

Category: Baptists

Page: 242

View: 221

Categories: Baptists

Faculty Research Edition of the Savannah State College Bulletin

Faculty Research Edition of the Savannah State College Bulletin

Like the Jews of Palm Sunday , the villagers turn upon Brand when he formulates
his campaign in terms of “ God ' s call ” and lost souls ( p . 196 ) rather than social
and political revolution . Only after Brand has been driven " bruised and ...

Author: Savannah State College, Savannah, Georgia

Publisher:

ISBN: PSU:000052917950

Category:

Page:

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Faculty Research Edition of the Savannah State College Bulletin

Faculty Research Edition of the Savannah State College Bulletin

Like the Jews of Palm Sunday , the villagers turn upon Brand when he formulates
his campaign in terms of “ God's call ” and lost souls ( p . 196 ) rather than social
and political revolution . Only after Brand has been driven " bruised and ...

Author: Savannah State College (Ga.)

Publisher:

ISBN: UCAL:$B227689

Category:

Page:

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Four Hundred Souls

Four Hundred Souls

During Equiano's time in Savannah, he witnessed a moving sermon by George ... An estimated 1,094 of these soldiers,8 including 650 French troops, lost their ...

Author: Ibram X. Kendi

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 9781473592476

Category: History

Page: 528

View: 484

Four Hundred Souls is an epoch-defining history of African America, the first to appear in a generation, told by ninety leading Black voices. The story begins with the arrival of twenty Ndongo people on the shores of the first British colony in mainland America in 1619, the year before the arrival of the Mayflower. In eighty chronological chapters, each by a different author and spanning five years, the book charts the four-hundred-year journey of African Americans to the present - a journey defined by inhuman oppression, visionary struggles and stunning achievements - in a choral work of exceptional power and beauty. Contributors include some of the leading writers, historians, journalists, lawyers, poets and activists of contemporary America. They use a variety of techniques - historical essays, short stories, personal vignettes and fiery polemics - and approach history from various perspectives: through the eyes of towering historical icons or the untold stories of ordinary people, populating these pages with hundreds of extraordinary lives and personalities. Together they illuminate countless new facets to the story of slavery and resistance, segregation and survival, migration and self-discovery, reinvention and hope. Through its diversity of perspectives the book shows that to be African American means many different things and demonstrates the startling range of experiences and ideas that have always existed within the community of Blackness. Four Hundred Souls is an essential work that redefines America and the way its history can be told.
Categories: History