Join the resistance and save the world in this graphic novel from New York Times bestselling author Jonathan Maberry!War is brewing in America. A shadow government is preparing to launch "purity bombs" for ethnic cleansing, but there are things worse than death. Designer pandemics are colliding and mutating, pushing humanity to the edge of permanent darkness. One child holds the key to human survival or extinction and everyone is hunting for her but a small group of scientists and former SpecOps shooters stand in their way.Jonathan Maberry is a New York Times-bestselling author and five-time Bram Stoker Award-winner. His other projects include Rot & Ruin, V-Wars, the Joe Ledger series of novels, and The Pine Deep Trilogy among many others.
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- January 1, 1970KatieIf you like Rot & Ruin, you’ll probably enjoy this graphic novel. On the other hand, if you like Rot & Ruin, you’ll probably wish this was an actual novel with more depth. I am left wanting to know a lot more. If you like Rot & Ruin, you’ll probably enjoy this graphic novel. On the other hand, if you like Rot & Ruin, you’ll probably wish this was an actual novel with more depth. I am left wanting to know a lot more.more
- January 1, 1970Misty HorningAwesome! Maberry doing what he does best, staying one step ahead of what is happening in society. One would think that this was written post-Covid, but nope, it was well before. If a fan of Maberry, this is for you! If not, try it. You’ll love it!
- January 1, 1970AleeceWish there was more, great storyline, would have liked to explore it deeper.
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