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Enormous

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Product description

"Written by Tim Daniel. Art and cover by Mehdi Cheggour. In the midst of a planetary crisis for food and fuel, a vast ecological cataclysm has spawned "The Enormous", massive beasts unlike anything ever witnessed. Displaced from atop the food-chain, humankind struggles to stave off extinction, while a shattered society scrambles for refuge in the wake of the monstrous rampage. Amidst the ashes of Phoenix, Arizona, Ellen Grace - a former school teacher who lost everything in the monstrous uprising - leads a search-and-rescue team into the ruins of the city in hopes of locating children orphaned by the cataclysm. But not all of the remaining humans think alike, and in a world dominated by monsters, man is still the most dangerous animal of all!"

Very good condition.

Item details

Author(s):
Daniel, Tim; Cheggour, Mehdi; Meylikhov, Matthew
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
2015
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
215 Ink

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"Written by Tim Daniel. Art and cover by Mehdi Cheggour. In the midst of a planetary crisis for food and fuel, a vast ecological cataclysm has spawned "The Enormous", massive beasts unlike anything ever witnessed. Displaced from atop the food-chain, humankind struggles to stave off extinction, while a shattered society scrambles for refuge in the wake of the monstrous rampage. Amidst the ashes of Phoenix, Arizona, Ellen Grace - a former school teacher who lost everything in the monstrous uprising - leads a search-and-rescue team into the ruins of the city in hopes of locating children orphaned by the cataclysm. But not all of the remaining humans think alike, and in a world dominated by monsters, man is still the most dangerous animal of all!"

Very good condition.

Author(s):
Daniel, Tim; Cheggour, Mehdi; Meylikhov, Matthew
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
2015
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
215 Ink

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