Invasive

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Product Details

Price
$7.99
Publisher
Harper Voyager
Publish Date
Pages
384
Dimensions
4.1 X 6.7 X 1.0 inches | 0.4 pounds
Language
English
Type
Mass Market Paperbound
EAN/UPC
9780062471628

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About the Author

Chuck Wendig is the New York Times, USA Today, and Los Angeles Times bestselling author of numerous novels for adults and young adults, including the Star Wars: Aftermath trilogy, the Miriam Black series, Wanderers, and The Book of Accidents. Dust & Grim is his middle grade debut.

Reviews

"Wendig crosses, blurs, and smashes genre boundaries more often - and more skillfully - than any author working today...INVASIVE is one part locked room mystery, one part 1950's monster movie, and one part cutting-edge scientific thriller."--Crimespree Magazine
"Excellent...Follows the path set forth by Michael Crichton (a la Congo or Jurassic Park) in which Wendig's exhaustive research brings a convincing story of humanity tinkering with nature -- only to have it backfire...Expect to see it on the big screen."--Men's Journal
"This roller-coaster survival tale with copious amounts of creepy insects will appeal to fans of Michael Crichton."--Booklist
"Fans of Michael Crichton will feel right at home."--Publishers Weekly
"Chuck Wendig can congratulate himself on a stunning new achievement: becoming the architect of all of my future nightmares...INVASIVE is a terrifying and tightly written thriller."--RT Book Reviews
"[A] rich, darkly funny page-turner with details designed to make those little hairs on the back of your neck stand up with how plausible [it seems]."--Locus
"Think Thomas Harris' Will Graham and Clarice Starling rolled into one and pitched on the knife's edge of a scenario that makes Jurassic Park look like a carnival ride. Another rip-roaring, deeply paranoid thriller about the reasons to fear the future."--Kirkus Reviews (starred review)
"Enthralling...Wendig does an impeccable job blending fact and fiction as he describes invasive species and insects being used as biological weapons. This is a propulsive tale that also examines our interaction with -- and ma-nipu-la-tion of -- the natural world."--Washington Post
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