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The Night Life of the Gods.

Author: Thorne Smith
Publisher: Auckland : The Floating Press, 2014.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Author Thorne Smith puts his seemingly boundless imagination to good work in The Night Life of the Gods, a rip-roaring novel that postulates about what would happen if ancient deities were revived and allowed to run wild in the streets of Depression-era New York City. This turn of events comes about when inventor Hunter Hawk devises a method of turning people into stone statues and vice versa.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Fiction
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Smith, Thorne.
Night Life of the Gods.
Auckland : The Floating Press, ©2014
Material Type: Document, Fiction, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Thorne Smith
ISBN: 9781776529636 1776529634
OCLC Number: 870588649
Description: 1 online resource (379 pages)
Contents: Title; Contents; Chapter 1 --
Criticizing an Explosion; Chapter 2 --
Blotto's Tail Astounds; Chapter 3 --
Reluctant Statues; Chapter 4 --
The Little Man and the Scarecrow; Chapter 5 --
A Furious Reception; Chapter 6 --
The Invasion of Hawk's Bed; Chapter 7 --
Playful Petrification; Chapter 8 --
Meg Removes Her Pull-Offs; Chapter 9 --
A Nude Descends the Stairs; Chapter 10 --
An Epidemic of Escapes; Chapter 11 --
The Pursuing Beard; Chapter 12 --
Looking the Gods Over; Chapter 13 --
The Gods Step Down; Chapter 14 --
The Gods Get Dressed; Chapter 15 --
The Gods Get Housed; Chapter 16 --
Neptune Gets His Fish. Chapter 17 --
Meg, Mercury & Betts, Inc. Chapter 18 --
A Demoralizing Tank Party; Chapter 19 --
The Gods Leave Town; Chapter 20 --
Battle and Flight; Chapter 21 --
The Gods on Trial; Chapter 22 --
The Last Sigh.

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Author Thorne Smith puts his seemingly boundless imagination to good work in The Night Life of the Gods, a rip-roaring novel that postulates about what would happen if ancient deities were revived and allowed to run wild in the streets of Depression-era New York City. This turn of events comes about when inventor Hunter Hawk devises a method of turning people into stone statues and vice versa.

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