Swan Song (Mass Market)

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Swan Song (Mass Market)


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Nominated as one of America’s best-loved novels by PBS’s The Great American Read.

New York Times bestselling author Robert McCammon’s prescient and “shocking” (John Saul) vision of a post-apocalyptic US comes to life in his classic epic of terror and renewal.

In a wasteland born of rage and fear, populated by monstrous creatures and marauding armies, Earth’s last survivors have been drawn into a final battle between good and evil that will decide the fate of humanity. There’s Sister, who discovers a strange and transformative glass artifact in the destroyed Manhattan streets…Joshua Hutchins, the pro wrestler who takes refuge from the nuclear fallout at a Nebraska gas station…and Swan, a young girl possessing special powers, who travels alongside Josh to a Missouri town where healing and recovery can begin with her gifts. But the ancient force behind earth’s devastation is scouring the walking wounded for recruits for its relentless army…beginning with Swan herself.
Robert McCammon is the New York Times bestselling author of Boy’s Life and Gone South, among many critically acclaimed works of fiction, with millions of copies of his novels in print. He is a recipient of the Bram Stoker Lifetime Achievement Award, the Grand Master Award from the World Horror Convention, and is a World Fantasy Award winner. He lives in Alabama. Visit the author at RobertMcCammon.com.
Product Details ISBN: 9781501131424
ISBN-10: 1501131427
Publisher: Pocket Books
Publication Date: July 26th, 2016
Pages: 928
Language: English
"A wild ride into terror....A grand and disturbing adventure."
— Dean Koontz

"A broad, compelling story... a long, satisfying look at hell and salvation."
— Publishers Weekly

"Distinctive and engrossing... McCammon combines gritty realism with magic... you'll wish there were more [of SWAN SONG]"
— Rave Reviews

"A chilling vision that keeps you turning pages to the shocking end."
— John Saul