Captain Marvel: Liberation Run Prose Novel

Tess Sharpe (Author)
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Description

An all-new original novel in which the most powerful hero in the Marvel Universe must free Inhuman slaves imprisoned on a distant world.

When a mysterious spacecraft comes hurtling toward Earth, Carol Danvers--the hero known as Captain Marvel--narrowly prevents it from crashing and killing its mysterious pilot. The young woman, Rhi, is an Inhuman, part of a group who rejected that society's caste system and left for the stars in search of a new life. What they found, however, was imprisonment on a planet ruled by a cruel patriarchy. There, Inhumans are treated like currency, and possession of an Inhuman girl brings the master great power and influence. To refuse means death, and Rhi has risked everything to seek help. Horrified by the picture the young woman paints, Carol pledges to accompany her back to the planet and pulls together a team of heroes to help. Joined by Ant-Man, Mantis, and Amadeus Cho (Brawn), Carol and Rhi set out to free her family, her people, and an entire planet.

Product Details

Price
$9.99  $9.19
Publisher
Titan Books (UK)
Publish Date
October 29, 2019
Pages
288
Dimensions
4.3 X 6.9 X 1.1 inches | 0.48 pounds
Language
English
Type
Mass Market Paperbound
EAN/UPC
9781789091670
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About the Author

TESS SHARPE is the author of Barbed Wire Heart and the critically-acclaimed Young Adult novel, Far From You. She is also the co-editor, along with Jessica Spotswood, of Toil & Trouble, a feminist Young Adult anthology about witches.

Reviews

"without a doubt a feminist novel bound to lift women up and inspire them to be great" - Culturess

"Carol and her friends are an unstoppable force, with hope on their side" - BookRiot

"I thoroughly enjoyed this well-developed story with plenty of colorful characters and humor to round out the grim situation" - SciFi Chick

"a fantastic feminist joy ride that you can feel good about putting into the hands of a teen or adult" - Fangirl Nation

"The story moves quickly and sucks you right in...and the journey is an exciting one to the very end" - Girl Who Reads