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Wonder Woman: Love and Murder
     

Wonder Woman: Love and Murder

3.4 7
by Jodi Picoult, Terry Dodson, Drew Johnson
 
Best-selling author Jodi Picoult, the writer of best-selling novels The 10th Circle and Sister's Keeper, takes Wonder Woman on a collision course with her long-missing people, the Amazons.

The action begins when Wonder Woman is assigned the task of capturing Wonder Woman while in her disguise as Special Agent Diana Prince of the Department of Metahuman Affairs.How

Overview

Best-selling author Jodi Picoult, the writer of best-selling novels The 10th Circle and Sister's Keeper, takes Wonder Woman on a collision course with her long-missing people, the Amazons.

The action begins when Wonder Woman is assigned the task of capturing Wonder Woman while in her disguise as Special Agent Diana Prince of the Department of Metahuman Affairs.How will she be able to accomplish the impossible task of capturing herself without revealing her secret identity? This is just the start of the Amazon Warrior's problems, as Diana must relearn how to exist as a human woman while a deadly foe begins closing a net on her that will lead to a catastrophic outcome!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781401214876
Publisher:
DC Comics
Publication date:
11/07/2007
Series:
Wonder Woman Series
Pages:
128
Product dimensions:
6.80(w) x 10.47(h) x 0.46(d)
Age Range:
14 - 18 Years

Meet the Author

Known for expertly blending provocative themes with family conflicts and difficult moral choices, Jodi Picoult keeps her readers riveted with heartfelt yet impeccably researched novels, like the moving The Pact, the richly suspenseful House Rules, and the poignant and controversial family drama My Sister's Keeper.

Brief Biography

Hometown:
Hanover, New Hampshire
Date of Birth:
May 19, 1966
Place of Birth:
Nesconset, Long Island, NY
Education:
A.B. in Creative Writing, Princeton University; M.A. in Education, Harvard University
Website:
http://www.jodipicoult.com/

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Wonder Woman: Love and Murder 3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have always been a huge Wonder Woman fan but never purchased a comic book in my life. When I heard Jodi Picoult 'my favorite author' was writing this next installment, I requested the book in advance anxiously awaiting the phone call from B&N. I felt the internal struggle Diana Prince was going through. It really humanizes the super heroine. Everyone can relate to her feelings. The ending is amazing and unpredictable. Of course, I can't wait to pick up the next issue to see what happens! The agony....
librachic More than 1 year ago
Love and murder has a great storyline though the art isn't so good.I recommend wonder woman:who is wonder woman,the storyline is even better and the art rocks.
Sean_From_OHIO More than 1 year ago
I have usually enjoyed when novelists tackle superheroes in comics. The idea is that they usually have a story they been dying to tell. Here, Jodi Picoult's story is just part of a larger DC Universe story and adds little to nothing to the character. In fact, at times I believe she makes Diana seem like she's brand new to man's world. The art is fantastic and the only thing keeping this from a lower rating. Overall, this was a huge disappointment for me.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
This is one of the worst things I've ever read, regardless of genre. The story construction: Poor. The 'mysteries' are by turns both predictable and nonsensical. You can tell Picoult thinks she's bringing something fresh to the super-hero genre, but the work comes off insulting to the reader, whether they're a long term fan of super-heroes or someone giving it a try. For someone who'd never written super-heroes or comics before, she manages to cram in every trite, hackneyed cliche possible, making this the most ham-fisted and definitely UNRELATABLE things I've ever read. I'd tell Picoult not to quit her day job, but her novels aren't much better than this.