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Letter 44 Volume 2: Redshift (Paperback)
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Letter 44 Volume 2: Redshift (Paperback)

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Paperback 160 Pages / Published: 07/04/2015
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Sixth months into his first term, President Stephen Blades is attempting to salvage his administration from the revelation he received on his Inauguration Day - an alien presence is building something in the asteroid belt, and the previous president covered it up while sending a manned mission aboard a ship named the Clarke to investigate. Blades has a plan to end the Middle Eastern wars begun by his predecessor, and to start preparing America for the truth about what's coming... but he's facing serious threats from within his own government and a new, mysterious danger from abroad. Meanwhile, the brave astronauts of the Clarke finally meet the aliens... but what they learn seems likely to doom the Earth!

Publisher: Oni Press,US
ISBN: 9781620102060
Number of pages: 160
Weight: 440 g
Dimensions: 257 x 168 x 13 mm

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Another instalment in this great series arrives. The star of the piece has been the story on Earth as that feels more tangible and relatable. But developments in space start to hot up.

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