Quest for the Golden Apple

Quest for the Golden Apple is especially ideal for those who aren’t inclined to read but love Minecraft. This graphic novel is a quick and engaging read for ages 9-12 with more than 750 pictures.

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Author: Megan Miller

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781510704114

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 192

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Join the young hero Phoenix as she seeks the enchanted golden apple to save her brother An unofficial Minecraft graphic novel for kids The first of six books in a series continued by Megan Miller and Cara J. Stevens Phoenix longs to see the world outside of her village. One day, she risks a trip over the town’s wall to see the dark forest. Her quick adventure releases a monster that turns her brother into a zombie! It’s up to Phoenix to save him by leaving her village and finding the enchanted golden apple. This graphic novel for kids is followed by other Minecraft graphic novels, including Revenge of the Zombie Monks, Saving Xenos, Chasing Herobrine, The Ender Eye Prophecy, and Battle for the Dragon’s Temple. They are easy graphic novels and are sure to be enjoyed by all who love Minecraft and stories filled with adventure, courage, and action. Quest for the Golden Apple is especially ideal for those who aren’t inclined to read but love Minecraft. This graphic novel is a quick and engaging read for ages 9-12 with more than 750 pictures. Sky Pony Press, with our Good Books, Racehorse and Arcade imprints, is proud to publish a broad range of books for young readers—picture books for small children, chapter books, books for middle grade readers, and novels for young adults. Our list includes bestsellers for children who love to play Minecraft; stories told with LEGO bricks; books that teach lessons about tolerance, patience, and the environment, and much more. In particular, this adventure series is created especially for readers who love the fight of good vs. evil, magical academies like Hogwarts in the Harry Potter saga, and games like Minecraft, Terraria, and Pokemon GO. While not every title we publish becomes a New York Times bestseller or a national bestseller, we are committed to books on subjects that are sometimes overlooked and to authors whose work might not otherwise find a home.

The Quest of the Golden Apple

The Quest of the Golden Apple is something of a fairy tale or a traditional fantasy. Having a fair share of wonders and a fair bit of travel, it follows the adventure of Geoffrey and the Dragon.

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Author: Geoffrey Angapa

Publisher:

ISBN: 1519085591

Category:

Page: 117

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The Quest of the Golden Apple is something of a fairy tale or a traditional fantasy. Having a fair share of wonders and a fair bit of travel, it follows the adventure of Geoffrey and the Dragon.

Bestselling Graphic Novels for Minecrafters Box Set

This compilation of bestselling graphic novels for Minecrafters includes the following titles: The Quest for the Golden Apple (Book #1) Phoenix longs to see the world outside of her village.

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Author: Megan Miller

Publisher: Sky Pony

ISBN: 1510766502

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 576

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For fans of Minecraft and graphic novels, an epic, full-color box set of three bestselling adventures. Join the young hero Phoenix as she navigates the world of Minecraft. This compilation of bestselling graphic novels for Minecrafters includes the following titles: The Quest for the Golden Apple (Book #1) Phoenix longs to see the world outside of her village. One day, she risks a trip over the town’s wall to see the dark forest. Her quick adventure releases a monster that turns her brother into a zombie! It’s up to Phoenix to save him by leaving her village and finding the enchanted golden apple. This graphic novel for kids is followed by other Minecraft graphic novels, including Revenge of the Zombie Monks, Saving Xenos, Chasing Herobrine, The Ender Eye Prophecy, and Battle for the Dragon’s Temple. They are easy graphic novels and are sure to be enjoyed by all who love Minecraft and stories filled with adventure, courage, and action. Quest for the Golden Apple is especially ideal for those who aren’t inclined to read but love Minecraft. This graphic novel is a quick and engaging read for ages 9-12 with more than 750 pictures. Revenge of the Zombie Monks (Book #2) Phoenix, Wolfie, and their friends are back in this exciting second part of the Unofficial Graphic Novel for Minecrafters series! Past the walls of their monastery, the monks of Xenos grow enchanted golden apples for their neighbor villagers. As readers learn in Quest for the Golden Apple, these golden apples have magical healing abilities and have the power to keep the villagers save. The monks also have and protect the knowledge that connects Xenos to her sister worlds. This knowledge keeps Xenos and her citizens safe. But when the monks are zombified, Xenos’s citizens need a new hero. Following the design of zombie comics and Minecraft comics, follow Phoenix and her friends as they fight to save the citizens and monks of Xenos. But Phoenix and her crew of heroes have no idea and do not suspect the culprit behind this disaster—an incredibly powerful foe who will do anything to keep Phoenix from saving her world. The Ender Eye Prophecy (Book #3) Peace has finally been restored in Xenos, but Phoenix longs to return home to her family of miners. Sheltered by the monks who guard the border world, she spends her days searching for clues about her real identity. Just when Phoenix is losing hope that she’ll ever discover the truth, two miner ambassadors arrive at the monastery, looking for a girl from their ancient legends who is said to wear an enchanted Ender eye necklace and is destined to save their village. Could that girl be Phoenix? Determined to follow every clue that could set her free, Phoenix decides to join them on their quest to restore peace to their land. But along the way, zombie pirates attack, capturing Phoenix and taking her to the Nether. Now it’s up to Xander to convince the villagers and miners to put aside their differences and come to Phoenix’s rescue. The fate of their world depends on it.

In Quest of the Golden Apple

... as far as Cologne where, at the golden tree, he would be defeated by the Emperor's armies and he would perish. ... 102 IN QUEST OF THE GOLDEN APPLE.

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Author: Pál Fodor

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015052616672

Category: Hungary

Page: 304

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The Golden Apple Tree

Virna Sheard, nee Stanton (1865- 1943) was a Canadian author.

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Author: Virna Sheard

Publisher:

ISBN: 1409923800

Category: Fiction

Page: 168

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Virna Sheard, nee Stanton (1865- 1943) was a Canadian author. Her works include: Trevelyans Little Daughters (1898), A Maid of Many Moods (1902), By the Queens Grace (1904), The Man at Lone Lake (1912), The Miracle and Other Poems (1913), The Golden Apple Tree (1920), The Ballad of the Quest (1922), Candle Flame (1926), Fairy Doors (1932), Below the Salt (1936) and Leaves in the Wind (1938).

Honored by the Glory of Islam

In In Quest of the Golden Apple: Imperial Ideology, Politics, and Military Administration in the Ottoman Empire. Analecta Isisiana 45.

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Author: Marc David Baer

Publisher: OUP USA

ISBN: 9780199797837

Category: History

Page: 344

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Marc David Baer proposes a novel approach to the historical record of Islamic conversions during the Ottoman age and gathers fresh insights concerning the nature of religious conversion itself. Rather than explaining Ottoman Islamization in terms of the converts' motives, Baer concentrates on the proselytizing sultan Mehmet IV (1648-87).

The Quest for the Diamond Sword Deluxe Illustrated Edition

He was planning on crafting an enchanted golden apple when he returned to the ... but he had to use it now. enchanted golden apples also had the power to ...

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Author: Winter Morgan

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781510764385

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 128

View: 431

A brand-new illustrated edition of the bestselling adventure novel by author Winter Morgan with 75 full-color illustrations. Perfect for every boy and girl who loves Minecraft! Steve lives on a wheat farm. He has everything he needs to live in the Minecraft world: a bed, a house, and food. Steve likes to spend his mornings in the NPC village and trade his wheat for emeralds, armor, books, swords, and food. One morning, he finds that Zombies have attacked the villagers. The Zombies have also turned the village blacksmith into a Zombie, leaving Steve without a place to get swords. To protect himself and the few villagers that remain, Steve goes on a quest to mine for forty diamonds, which are the most powerful mineral in the Overworld. He wants to craft these diamonds into a diamond sword to shield him and the villagers from the Zombies. Far from his home, with night about to set in, Steve fears for his life. Nighttime is when users are most vulnerable in Minecraft. As he looks for shelter in a temple, he meets a trio of treasure hunters, Max, Lucy, and Henry, who are trying to unearth the treasure under the temple. Steve tells them of his master plan to mine for the most powerful mineral in the Overworld—the diamond. The treasure hunters are eager to join him. Facing treacherous mining conditions, a thunderstorm, and attacks from hostile mobs, these four friends’ question if it’s better to be a single player than a multiplayer, as they try to watch out for each other and chase Steve’s dream at the same time. Will Steve find the diamonds? Will his friends help or hinder the search? Should he trust his new treasure hunter friends? And will Steve get back in time to save the villagers?

Balkan Wars

Jahrhundert),” in his In Quest of the Golden Apple, 45–70. Fodor, Pál, “Who Should Obtain the Castle of Pankota (1565)? Interest Groups and SelfPromotion in ...

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Author: James D. Tracy

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9781442213609

Category: History

Page: 456

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Distinguished scholar James D. Tracy shows how the Ottoman advance across Europe stalled in the western Balkans, where three great powers confronted one another in three adjoining provinces: Habsburg Croatia, Ottoman Bosnia, and Venetian Dalmatia. Until about 1580, Bosnia was a platform for Ottoman expansion, and Croatia steadily lost territory, while Venice focused on protecting the Dalmatian harbors vital for its trade with the Ottoman east. But as Habsburg-Austrian elites coalesced behind military reforms, they stabilized Croatia’s frontier, while Bosnia shifted its attention to trade, and Habsburg raiders crossing Dalmatia heightened tensions with Venice. The period ended with a long inconclusive war between Habsburgs and Ottomans, and a brief inconclusive war between Austria and Venice. Based on rich primary research and a masterful synthesis of key studies, this book is the first English-language history of the early modern Western Balkans. More broadly, it brings out how the Ottomans and their European rivals conducted their wars in fundamentally different ways. A sultan’s commands were not negotiable, and Ottoman generals were held to a time-tested strategy for conquest. Habsburg sovereigns had to bargain with their elites, and it took elaborate processes of consultation to rally provincial estates behind common goals. In the end, government-by-consensus was able to withstand government-by-command.

Alchemically Stoned The Psychedelic Secret of Freemasonry

the Golden Apples of the Hersperides and, more importantly, Jason's quest for the Golden Fleece. In each of these cases, the prize was nally discovered in a ...

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Author: P.D. Newman

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9780578194004

Category:

Page:

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P.D. Newman's bold and daring theory provides a radical interpretation of Masonic symbolism. In the tradition of Wasson, Hofmann and Ruck, in ""The Road to Eleusis: Unveiling the Secret of the Mysteries"" (1978), and Heinrich's ""Strange Fruit: Alchemy, Religion, and Magical Foods"" (1995), Newman suggests that practical psychoactive pharmacology, rather than philosophy, lies concealed in the root of some of our allegories and mysteries. Admitting to being more than a mere theoretician, Newman draws from his own personal experiences, and a wide range of sources, in presenting his theory in a logical manner, which merits consideration. - Arturo De Hoyos, 33* Grand Archivist and Grand Historian Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite, Southern Jurisdiction

Dragon Quest XI Echoes of an Elusive Age Strategy Guide

Golden Apple Archipelago What is the Golden Apple Archipelago The Golden Apple Archipelago is a limited time region which is a series of islands, ...

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Author: GamerGuides.com

Publisher: Gamer Guides

ISBN: 9781630415136

Category: Games & Activities

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An epic battle between Light and Darkness is about to begin as the Luminary awakens on his 16th birthday. Join a diverse cast of characters as you traverse the world of Erdrea on a quest to discover why you've been branded the Darkspawn and the many mysteries of the Luminary. The most complete guide for Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age features all there is to do and see in the world of Erdrea. A step-by-step walkthrough featuring every item, quest and side activity illustrated with gorgeous screenshots. Version 1.2 - Differences between the original game and the Definitive Edition - Walkthrough for all Tickington Locations - Deep dive for all characters, including a suggested build for each one - Locations of every in-game recipe - Full Walkthrough of the main storyline - Coverage of every quest - All mini-games blown open

Europe and the Islamic World

The Quest for the Golden Apple Although the struggle between the Ottomans and the European states was officially expressed in terms of religious antagonism, ...

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Author: John Tolan

Publisher: Princeton University Press

ISBN: 9780691168579

Category: History

Page: 488

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A sweeping history of Islam and the West from the seventh century to today Europe and the Islamic World sheds much-needed light on the shared roots of Islamic and Western cultures and on the richness of their inextricably intertwined histories, refuting once and for all the misguided notion of a "clash of civilizations" between the Muslim world and Europe. In this landmark book, three eminent historians bring to life the complex and tumultuous relations between Genoans and Tunisians, Alexandrians and the people of Constantinople, Catalans and Maghrebis—the myriad groups and individuals whose stories reflect the common cultural, intellectual, and religious heritage of Europe and Islam. Since the seventh century, when the armies of Constantinople and Medina fought for control of Syria and Palestine, there has been ongoing contact between the Muslim world and the West. This sweeping history vividly recounts the wars and the crusades, the alliances and diplomacy, commerce and the slave trade, technology transfers, and the intellectual and artistic exchanges. Here readers are given an unparalleled introduction to key periods and events, including the Muslim conquests, the collapse of the Byzantine Empire, the commercial revolution of the medieval Mediterranean, the intellectual and cultural achievements of Muslim Spain, the crusades and Spanish reconquest, the rise of the Ottomans and their conquest of a third of Europe, European colonization and decolonization, and the challenges and promise of this entwined legacy today. As provocative as it is groundbreaking, this book describes this shared history in all its richness and diversity, revealing how ongoing encounters between Europe and Islam have profoundly shaped both.

Osman s Dream

The Crisis in Ottoman–Jewish Relations in 1591–1592 and its Consequences', in P. Fodor, In Quest of the Golden Apple, Istanbul (2000) 191–206 Fodor, Pál, ...

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Author: Caroline Finkel

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781848547858

Category: History

Page: 704

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The Ottoman chronicles recount that the first sultan, Osman, dreamt of the dynasty he would found - a tree, fully-formed, emerged from his navel, symbolising the vigour of his successors and the extent of their domains. This is the first book to tell the full story of the Ottoman dynasty that for six centuries held sway over territories stretching, at their greatest, from Hungary to the Persian Gulf, and from North Africa to the Caucasus. Understanding the realization of Osman's vision is essential for anyone who seeks to understand the modern world.

The Making of Selim

In In Quest of the Golden Apple: Imperial Ideology, Politics, and Military Administration in the Ottoman Empire, 45–69. Istanbul: Isis Press, 2000. ———.

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Author: H. Erdem Cipa

Publisher: Indiana University Press

ISBN: 9780253024350

Category: History

Page: 442

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The father of the legendary Ottoman sultan Suleyman the Magnificent, Selim I ("The Grim") set the stage for centuries of Ottoman supremacy by doubling the size of the empire. Conquering Eastern Anatolia, Syria, and Egypt, Selim promoted a politicized Sunni Ottoman* identity against the Shiite Safavids of Iran, thus shaping the early modern Middle East. Analyzing a wide array of sources in Ottoman-Turkish, Persian, and Arabic, H. Erdem Cipa offers a fascinating revisionist reading of Selim's rise to power and the subsequent reworking and mythologizing of his persona in 16th- and 17th-century Ottoman historiography. In death, Selim continued to serve the empire, becoming represented in ways that reinforced an idealized image of Muslim sovereignty in the early modern Eurasian world.

Margaret Atwood s fairy tale sexual politics

French - Canadian , Grimm No. 57 . " The Golden Bird " ) : Search for the Golden Bird . Surf . I Object of the Quest . F813.1.2 Silver Apple ( F813.1.1 ...

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Author: Sharon Rose Wilson

Publisher: Univ. Press of Mississippi

ISBN: 161703424X

Category:

Page:

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Ottoman Empire and European Theatre V

Fodor, Pál: “State and Society, Crisis and Reform, in the 15th−17th Century Ottoman Mirror for Princes”, in: In Quest of the Golden Apple.

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Author: Michael Hüttler

Publisher: Hollitzer Wissenschaftsverlag

ISBN: 9783990120767

Category: Music

Page: 328

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The book series "Ottomania" researches cultural transfers between the Ottoman Empire and Europe, with the performing arts as its focus. The fifth volume of the sub-series Ottoman Empire and European Theatre focuses on The Turkish Subject in Ballet and Dance from the seventeenth century to the time of Christoph W. Gluck (1714-1787). The Turkish theme was a popular topic on European ballet stages throughout the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, and most influential choreographers had 'Turkish' ballets in their repertoire. Taking as its departure point Ch. W. Gluck and Gasparo Angiolini (1741-1803), succesful composer and choreographer of ballets at the French theatre in Vienna, this publication discusses the topic from a historical perspective, presents new findings, and introduces the latest scholarly achievements of the research field. Contributions by Emre Aracı, Bruce Alan Brown, David Chataignier, Sibylle Dahms, Vera Grund, Bert Gstettner, Bent Holm, Michael Hüttler, Evren Kutlay, Dóra Kiss, Laura Naudeix, Strother Purdy, Katalin Rumpler, Käthe Springer-Dissmann, Dirk Van Waelderen, Hans Ernst Weidinger

Eudora Welty

The quest for the golden apples is very distantly linked to the myth of Perseus — some late accretions , which critics bent on finding thematic unity have ...

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Author: Peggy W. Prenshaw

Publisher: Univ. Press of Mississippi

ISBN: 1604733969

Category: Literary Collections

Page: 262

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This collection of essays about the writings of Eudora Welty reflects a range of Welty criticism. Themes, forms, and stylistic features in her work are given careful consideration by some of the most notable scholars on her work: John Alexander Allen, J.A. Bryant, Jr., Daniel Curley, Julia L. Demmin, Albert J. Devlin, Chester E. Eisinger, Warren French, Seymour Gross, John Edward Hardy, Robert B. Heilman, Michael Kreyling, Barbara McKenzie, Daniele Pitavy-Souques, and Ruth M. Vande Kieft. This edition, selected from the twenty-seven essays published in 1979 as Eudora Welty: Critical Essays, retains the breadth of subject and approach that marked the earlier volume.

Encyclopedia of Earth Myths

As part of the esoteric side of the Grail Quest, collecting golden apples and “melting” them down (digesting their contents) in the Grail chalice is a way ...

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Author: Richard Leviton

Publisher: Hampton Roads Publishing

ISBN: 1612832989

Category: Religion

Page: 320

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Richard Leviton has become the pre-eminent authority on sacred sites and visionary geography. Through books such as Signs on the Earth, The Emerald Modem, and The Galaxy on Earth he has explored both the personal and universal aspects of our connection to the planet. Now he shows in Encyclopedia of Earth Myths how many of the oldest and most evocative of the world's myths contain a secret about the Earth. They tell something vital about its make-up and history and our long-standing human relation to it. Encyclopedia of Earth Myths offers a unique blueprint for understanding world mythology. Carl Jung and Joseph Campbell tutored us in the psychological relevance of myths and the universality of their themes. Now Richard Leviton shows us how they reveal hidden clues about the Earth's spiritual landscape. Using clairvoyance and scholarship, Leviton examines 153 mythic topics in A-Z fashion drawn from 21 cultures to tease out their information about Earth's secret landscape. Each entry shows how something considered merely mythic--dragons, giants, the Minotaur, Holy Grail, Fountain of Youth, Golden Apples--actually decodes and illuminates the planet's esoteric make-up. Whether it's African, Tibetan, Native American, Hindu, Peruvian, Egyptian, Greek, or one of 14 other cultures, myths of many cultures all point to the planet. It's as if clues about the Earth's visionary geography have been scattered in all cultures, awaiting our retrieval and decoding. Encyclopedia of Earth Myths is also a practical tutorial for a new subject: our Earth. But this is virtually a new planet we're being introduced to here. The result is an essential reference for anyone interested in world mythology who wants to look beyond the cloak of mythic symbolism and see the world anew.

The Three Golden Apples From A Wonder Book for Girls and Boys

“A certain king, who is my cousin,” replied he, “has ordered me to get him three of the golden apples.” “Most of the young men who go in quest of these ...

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Author: Nathaniel Hawthorne

Publisher: Good Press

ISBN: EAN:4064066229573

Category: Fiction

Page: 118

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"The Three Golden Apples (From: "A Wonder-Book for Girls and Boys")" by Nathaniel Hawthorne. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.

The Patient Quest

“I learned that one time: God told Adam and Eve they could have anything, but they must not eat the golden apple.” “The forbidden fruit!” Stanley corrected.

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Author: H. C. Copeland

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9780595197002

Category: Fiction

Page: 172

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Six errant patients become restless and manipulate an escape from the mental health hospital where they are confined to go in search of the Garden of Eden in a place called Torreya State Park. This decision gets them into trouble with drug pushers, a bank robber, prejudice, a runaway skateboard and rampaging dog, barge-jumping, kidnapping, shoot-outs, graphic therapy sessions, and dramatic rescues. Graphic flashbacks reveal how each patient ended up at the mental institution. The story titllates, provokes, amuses,excites,and shocks one in turn.