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The Unwritten, Vol. 5: On to Genesis - Mike Carey, Peter Gross, Vince Locke
The Unwritten, Vol. 5: On to Genesis
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A NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER!Before his mysterious disappearance and untimely death, the world-famous fantasy author Wilson Taylor helped bring two enduring creations into the world: Tommy Taylor, the fictional boy wizard who starred in his best selling book...and Tom Taylor, his real-life... show more
A NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER!Before his mysterious disappearance and untimely death, the world-famous fantasy author Wilson Taylor helped bring two enduring creations into the world: Tommy Taylor, the fictional boy wizard who starred in his best selling book...and Tom Taylor, his real-life sonArmed with his father's journals, Tom Taylor begins a journey to uncover the truth behind how he came into this world. Was he born of flesh and blood, or written into existence by sheer storytelling magic? His quest will take him across the United States and even into the past - to the Golden Age of comic books and the birth of a new type of hero. The critically acclaimed creative team of Mike Carey and Peter Gross present THE UNWRITTEN: ON TO GENESIS - a story of suspense, secrets and the superhuman.
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9781401233594 (1401233597)
Publisher: Vertigo (DC Comics)
Pages no: 144
Edition language: English
Series: The Unwritten (#5)
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Breaking It All Down
Breaking It All Down rated it
5.0 The Unwritten Vol. 5: On to Genesis
I started reading this today, and blitzed through it. This series, thus far, has been absolutely awesome, and I simply cannot wait for volume 6.That said, I can't help but have one minor little quibble. The Cabal Of Arbitrary Evil - if they already all but rule the world, what purpose do they have i...
narfna
narfna rated it
5.0 The Unwritten, Vol. 5: On to Genesis
So, The Unwritten. It’s really hard to describe why I love this series so much. In fact, it’s really hard to describe this series, period. It is fantastically complex, but not in a confusing way, and not in that way that “smart” things tend to be, where you just know there’s something you should b...
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