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The Siege of X-41

A Marvel: School of X Novel

Tristan Palmgren



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03 May 2022
Series: School of X
Omega-level mutant Elixir must come to terms with his anti-mutant upbringing while fighting off vampiric mermen and a leviathan of ancient lore in this intense survival adventure from Marvel's School of X
Once, Joshua Foley hated mutants, then he became one. It's... problematic. When his healing powers manifested, the violent anti-Mutant Reavers rejected him and only the X-Men offered sanctuary. Now he's surrounded by mutants who still see him as their enemy. A deep-sea training mission isolates him with a select team of new X-Men, which is bad enough, but then the attacks begin. A sect of sea monster-worshiping vampire mermen besiege the base, leaving them stranded and trapped. As the attacks escalate, their chances of survival plummet. Things go from awful to even worse when one of their team begins sabotaging their attempts to call for help, all in the name of a sleeping behemoth soon to awake...
Imprint:   Miscellaneous
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 197mm,  Width: 130mm,  Spine: 23mm
Weight:   263g
ISBN:   9781839081286
ISBN 10:   1839081287
Series:   School of X
Pages:   352
Publication Date:  
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

TRISTAN PALMGREN is a Missouri, US-based author and computer game writer, known for the critically acclaimed genre-warping novels that blend historical fiction and space opera, Quietusand its sequel Terminus.

Reviews for The Siege of X-41: A Marvel: School of X Novel

This book is bangin'! If you miss Domino from our run, she's back, with a great espionage/thriller take. Tristan Palmgren nailed it! -- Gail Simone, author of Domino and Hotshots, on Domino: Strays An action-packed blast of balletic violence and snappy dialogue with an unexpectedly thoughtful, psychological core... All told it's tremendously entertaining and compulsively readable, with a wonderfully strong voice and fresh identity all its own. * Track of Words, on Domino: Strays *

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