Exclusive Cover Reveal: Check Out the Newest Entry Into the Lunar Chronicles, Wires and Nerve, Volume 2: Gone Rogue

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We live in a world jam-packed full of new sci-fi, thanks to comic books and this … well, let’s say fascination with getting the heck off of our planet. Marissa Meyer is one of those voices pushing sci-fi forward, and  she’s back on the scene with this newest installment of her Lunar Chronicles graphic novel series. This particular volume is titled Wires and Nerve, Volume 2: Gone Rogue. Below, you can check out the cover art and a quick plot summary, which we’re premiering here exclusively to you, our lovely, lovely TMS readers.

Don’t forget to let us know in the comments if you’ll be picking up this excellent story when it comes out on January 2018!

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Summary:
“The second graphic novel from #1 New York Times and USA Today Bestseller Marissa Meyer!

The world of the Lunar Chronicles comes alive in this thrilling continuation of Wires and Nerve. Iko – an audacious android and best friend to the Lunar Queen Cinder – has been tasked with hunting down Alpha Lysander Steele, the leader of a rogue band of bioengineered wolf-soldiers who threaten to undo the tenuous peace agreement between Earth and Luna. Unless Cinder can reverse the mutations that were forced on them years before, Steele and his soldiers plan to satisfy their monstrous appetites with a massacre of the innocent people of Earth.

And to show he’s serious, Steele is taking hostages.

Cinder and Kai, Scarlet and Wolf, Cress and Thorne, and Winter and Jacin all feature in this epic new battle. But it is Iko who must face her deepest fears when she uncovers the truth about her own unusual programming. Questions of love, friendship, and mortality take Iko on an emotional journey that will satisfy and delight fans of this bestselling series.”

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