*** Volumes 2 & 3 now available! ***
"Dude! I blew through Volume 1 on the plane to Omaha! So good! I'm so hooked!"-- Matt Chapman, Co-Creator, Homestar Runner
"If William Gibson had any literary heirs -- the family tree would include Warren Ellis, Jonathan Hickman, and now... Joe Peacock, a powerful youngster in a genre that could use a jolt to the system. Peacock writes with expediency and para-military precision. His characters don't just leap off of the page -- they strap on jetpacks -- and blast out of it. If you are into Black Mirror, Bruce Sterling, or the cyberpunk genre, this IS the book you need to have in your life."-- David Gallaher, Vampire: The Masquerade, Green Lantern, Incredible Hulk, Iron Man
"If Ghost in the Shell and Neal Stephenson's novels are things that catch your interest, you owe it to yourself to check out cyberpunk expert Joe Peacock's first scifi novel."-- Olliver Kirby, Funimation
In book 4 of 9, we open on the aftermath of the events of book 3. It has been 16 days since The Tragedy at Terminus Citadel. An EMP detonated by an unknown faction during the Next Top Soldier finale has left Atlanta in ruins. Millions of people are dead. Hundreds of thousands are without homes or power. And Marlowe Kana is missing. While the Sovereign struggle to keep refugees safe and alive, President Cook continues his publicity campaigns. Something's gonna give.
This eBook contains Volume 4 (chapters 31-44) for easy reading in your reading platform of choice. Read new chapters of the Marlowe Kana series for free at the website -- a new chapter is published every Monday!
About the Author
Joe Peacock is an author, screenwriter, producer, web developer and culturenaut. His latest book is the start of the Marlowe Kana series, a three book, fifteen volume story borne of his love of cyberpunk, near future sci-fi, anime and vaporwave. 2017 has seen a massive resurgence of Peacock's work. He wrote and produced the critically-acclaimed documentary series Screenland (on Hulu and RedBull.TV), released the new Marlowe Kana series, and consulting on the new tour of the Art of Akira Exhibit (which he owns and curates). Previously, Peacock wrote two books of hyperbolic autobiography, both called Mentally Incontinent, and Everyone Deserves To Know What I Think, which collects from his work from CNN, Huffington Post, AOLNews, PC Magazine, and his blog. He also worked for Fark.com, which if you know what that is, I'm sure you're very impressed with.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This book reached through my eyes, grabbed me by the brain stem, and took my mind for the ride of its life. I read through it far faster than I anticipated and enjoyed ever minute of it. There is an immediacy to the writing that draws you in and won't let go. This is just the beginning of the series, so I raced to find the next volumes and can't wait to see where the story goes. The author builds a world with a future that is familiar enough to be recognizable, but different enough to be surprising. You can't go wrong with this book at this price!