The Remnant

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When natural disasters erupt around the world and people start to vanish, C.I.A. agent David Sacker is pulled into a dangerous mystery that will challenge everything he knows about reality.

Actor Stephen Baldwin and writer Andrew Cosby (creator of Sci-Fi Channel's EUREKA)unleash THE REMNANT. When natural disasters erupt the world and people start to vanish, former C.I.A. agent David Sacker is pulled back onto the job into a dangerous mystery that will challenge everything he ...

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Overview

When natural disasters erupt around the world and people start to vanish, C.I.A. agent David Sacker is pulled into a dangerous mystery that will challenge everything he knows about reality.

Actor Stephen Baldwin and writer Andrew Cosby (creator of Sci-Fi Channel's EUREKA)unleash THE REMNANT. When natural disasters erupt the world and people start to vanish, former C.I.A. agent David Sacker is pulled back onto the job into a dangerous mystery that will challenge everything he knows about himself, the world and his wife. As the death toll begins to number in thousands, it is up to David Sacker to put together all the pieces of the puzzle before it's too late. A supernatural thriller in the vein of 24, THE REMNANT explores the fundamental questions of human life and our perception of reality.

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Gr 10 Up—Ex-CIA agent David Sacker is putting the world of intrigue and secret missions behind him in order to start a new life with his young bride, Sarah. This decision is tested when he is injured in a domestic terrorist attack and Sarah becomes a person of interest in the government investigation. Complicating the situation are two mysterious, perhaps even supernatural, groups. One seeks to protect Sarah and David while the other wants to kill them. After surviving an attack by the latter, Sarah and thousands of others disappear from the face of the Earth, convincing David to return to his role as an operative and to solve the many mysteries left unanswered. The Remnant combines the espionage and action of 24, the epic mystery of Lost, and the mass disappearances of Left Behind, cramming a lot of plot elements into a brief amount of space. This graphic novel will appeal to fans of sci-fi action, and the cliff-hanger ending will have readers itching to know what happens next. The artwork, reminiscent of that in the "Ex Machina" graphic novels, is solid and cinematic.—Douglas P. Davey, Halton Hills Public Library, Ontario, Canada
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781608860012
  • Publisher: BOOM! Studios
  • Publication date: 3/23/2010
  • Series: Remnant Series
  • Pages: 128
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.40 (d)

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