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The Anthill by Julianne Pachico
A wildly original blend of social horror and razor-sharp satire, The Anthill is a searing exploration of privilege, racism and redemption in the Instagram age. In the end, it's much easier to not look at the screaming feeling. To not examine it. Better to just keep on rushing on. . . . Lina has come home to the country of her childhood. Sent away from Colombia to England after her mother's death twenty years before, she's searching for the one person who can tell her about their shared past. She's never forgotten Matty--her childhood friend and protector who now runs The Anthill, a daycare refuge for the street kids of Medellín. Lina begins volunteering there, but her reunion with Matty is not what she hoped for. She no longer recognizes Medellín, now rebranded as a tourist destination, nor the person Matty has become: a guarded man uninterested in reliving the past she thought they both cherished. As Lina begins to confront her memories and the country's traumatic history, strange happenings start taking place at The Anthill: something is violently scratching at the inside of the closet door, the kids are drawing unsettling pictures, and there are mysterious sightings of a small, dirty boy with pointy teeth. Is this a vision of the boy Lina once knew, or something more sinister? Did she bring these disturbances with her? And what will her search for atonement cost Matty? A visceral, hallucinatory ride by an author who has been called "blunt, fresh and unsentimental" (The New York Times Book Review) and "remarkably inventive" (The Atlantic), The Anthill is a ghost story unlike any other, a meditation on healing--for both a person and a country--in the wake of horror.
Anthill A Novel by Edward O. Wilson
The two-time Pulitzer Prize–winning biologist delivers "an astonishing literary achievement" (Anthony Gottlieb, The Economist). Winner of the 2010 Heartland Prize, Anthill follows the thrilling adventures of a modern-day Huck Finn, enthralled with the "strange, beautiful, and elegant" world of his native Nokobee County. But as developers begin to threaten the endangered marshlands around which he lives, the book’s hero decides to take decisive action. Edward O. Wilson—the world’s greatest living biologist—elegantly balances glimpses of science with the gripping saga of a boy determined to save the world from its most savage ecological predator: man himself.
The Anthill The Human Condition In Communist China by Suzanne Labin
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The Anthill Murders by Hans Olav Lahlum
The Anthill Murders is the fifth mystery in Hans Olav Lahlum’s hugely compelling, international bestselling crime series. 1972. Across Oslo, a serial killer is hunting down young women. Each victim found strangled and with a peculiar calling-card placed upon their bodies: a cut-out picture of an ant. The first victim is a timid theology student, the next a jazz singer, followed by the heir to one of the largest fortunes in Oslo. But despite Inspector K2’s best efforts to find a link, the only thing connecting them seems to be their murder. With his assistant Patricia’s intellect put to the test, and increasing pressure from his boss as the clock ticks down to the next possible killing, K2 is in danger of losing his position as Oslo’s leading homicide detective . . .
The Anthill by Obi B. Egbuna
Anthills Of The Savannah by Chinua Achebe
'[The writer] in whose company the prison walls fell down' - Nelson Mandela. After a long silence Achebe published in 1987 what many see as his greatest work - an acrid, frightening look at oil-boom Nigeria, a world of robberies, road blocks and intimidation in which those who are meant to be protecting a country's citizens are in reality supervising the looting.
Anthill by Petra Bartikova
We see ants almost every day, but have you ever wondered what they do on a daily basis and what it would be like to live inside of an anthill? Now you can find out! This charming picture book teaches young children what it would be like to be an ant by starting on the outside of the anthill and working its way deeper in with each turn of the page! A one-of-a-kind board book that features dozens of adorable illustrations, educational captions, vocabulary words, cut-out accents, and hidden chambers to be revealed, children will love learning all about these busy ants and the amazing work they do!
People Of The Anthill by Madeline M. Dunsmore
There is very little that is for certain about the world of before, but two things remain engrained. Corruption, and relations stretched taut between warring nations. Amidst communist tensions, the tight string that held the world together suddenly snapped. The bombs fell, and the surface was reduced to nothing but ash. But when all the world burned, Katra Polis remained - the final bastion of civilization tucked safely underground. Spared from the destruction, a portion of the American people live on, and have lived on for many decades as the sun and moon passed unknowably above them. The work could be hard, the resources scarce, and the rules strict, but the people were safe under their mountain, and they were happy. Mostly. A stagnant populace for many years, comfortable in their lives or else making do, the seeds of destruction sow themselves suddenly and unexpectedly into the lives of the city's denizens. It isn't long before rumors spread of a communist infestation plaguing the city anew - the very force that drove them here in the first place, and one they will not bow to. As the fervor of the new red hunt grows, maintenance worker Emilia O'Hearne finds the normality of her life stripped away as her closest friend, Abigail Pilots, goes missing without a trace. The city around her being swept up in the new state of panic and rage, Emilia is forced to decide what she is willing to risk to find Abigail and prove her innocence, though the process will lead her down a path with many more questions, and no return. Enjoy the the first installment of The Anthill Trilogy: People of the Anthill!
Escape From The Anthill by Hubert Butler
Wonders Of The Anthill by Sigmund A. Lavine
History, anatomy, and home life of ants.