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  • Author:
    Muriel Gray
  • ISBN:
    0002243814
  • ISBN13:
    978-0002243810
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  • Publisher:
    HarperCollins Publishers (February 4, 2002)
  • Subcategory:
    Contemporary
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Among mountains of steaming trash in the backstreets of Lima, three young boys are trying to raise an ancient demon from a bizarre little doll.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Their incantations aren’t working.

This is my last Muriel Gray novel (until she writes another one, which I hope she does!). An excellent book of horror by Muriel Grey. All of her books including this one, move the reader along with it's tale of suspense, mystery, and pure horror. It's a thriller/horror story about an ancient demon that's awakened accidentally by some street urchins in Peru. The demon gains strength and power from hapless crew members on a gigantic cargo ship, while two people on board try to destroy it. This is so well-written and scary that even with this relatively familiar plot, the book grips the reader until the very end. Phew! It's a real page-turner. Her books haunt you, even after you put them down.

Muriel Janet Gray FRSE (born 30 August 1958) is a Scottish author, broadcaster and journalist. She came to public notice as an interviewer on Channel 4’s alternative pop show The Tube and then appeared as a regular presenter on BBC radio

Muriel Janet Gray FRSE (born 30 August 1958) is a Scottish author, broadcaster and journalist. She came to public notice as an interviewer on Channel 4’s alternative pop show The Tube and then appeared as a regular presenter on BBC radio. Gray has written for Time Out, the Sunday Herald and The Guardian, among other publications, as well as publishing successful horror-novels

Muriel Gray asserts the moral right to be identified as the author of this work. This novel is entirely a work of fiction.

Muriel Gray asserts the moral right to be identified as the author of this work. The names, characters and incidents portrayed in it are the work of the author’s imagination. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, events or localities is entirely coincidental.

The Ancient by Muriel Gray. 358 pages In good preloved condition with the exception of light age spots scattered through the book and a slight colour change to the pages. SKU: SKU 734 Category: Horror. Additional information.

Muriel Gray was born in Glasgow in 1958, is a BA honours graduate in graphic design and illustration of the Glasgow School of Art, and worked as a professional illustrator before joining the National Museum of Antiquities in Edinburgh as assistant head of design. She then moved into broadcasting starting as a presenter on Channel 4's seminal music programme The Tube, presenting all five series alongside Jools Holland and the late Paula Yates, whilst still retaining her post at the museum.

Muriel Gray at the Internet Speculative Fiction Database. The Ancient Wisdom - is a book by Annie Besant. In this book, Besant introduces and explains the Physical plane, Astral plane, Mental plane and other planes of existence. Preceded by Archie Macpherson. The Ancient Art of War - Éditeur Brøderbund Développeur Evryware Concepteur Dave et Barry Murry Date de sortie 1984 Genre Stratégie en temps réel Mode de jeu. She then moved into broadcasting starting as a presenter on Channel 4's seminal music programme The Tube, presenting.

But instead, author Muriel Gray gives us interesting characters, a plausible chain of events, and intertwined mysteries, topped off with a dollop of horror – and such ingredients did make it near unputdownable (as Stephen King is quoted on the cover)! The threads of plot, and relationships between characters, all flow easily together as the A novel about an ancient demon stirring within the confines of a load of trash aboard a massive cargo ship sounds like it could be plodding and monotonous.

Why did Muriel Gray lie to the audience? She stated that my book was practically the double of hers - I agree and that . An elaborate deception was undertaken to fake the date of Muriel Gray's book 'The Ancient' as year 2000. No book of that date exists.

Why did Muriel Gray lie to the audience? She stated that my book was practically the double of hers - I agree and that is why I wrote to HarperCollins - but. she then lied that my book was written long after hers. What is the implication of this lie? My book was written three years before hers – I have the evidence to prove it – she employed a team of high class lawyers to prevent me showing my evidence. Who did this? Why was this done?

Among mountains of steaming trash in the backstreets of Lima, three young boys are trying to raise an ancient demon from a bizarre little doll. Their incantations aren’t working, they think, not waiting to see the body stirring, an unseen force sucking it deep into the ooze.

Now something is stirring in the bowels of the M.V. Lysicrates, a three-quarter-mile-long Brazilian tanker filled with garbage. A rotting mélange of dead human and animal flesh, twisted scrap metal, shards of broken glass and chunks of putrid meat, it feeds on death, blood and sewage. Lloyd Skinner, the ship’s American captain, has no idea he has a hungry stowaway. Neither does Matthew Cotton, the gin-soaked second-in-command. Only Esther Weiss, an American anthropology student hitching an ultra-cheap ride on the aging tanker, knows what it is…what unimaginable evil it is capable of…

The Ancient is Muriel Gray’s newest cinematic suspense-horror, the story of perduamo, an ancient deity, who, after centuries of feeding on the fetid waste of careless civilizations, has a dark power like no other.

Muriel Gray, already a blockbuster author in Britain, is quickly building an international reputation as one of the most original, and completely horrifying storytellers of our time. Her blend of supernatural forces and psychological terror that marked The Trickster and Furnace—her two previous novels—is unstoppable, an irresistible rush of fear that has readers both recoiling and reaching for more.