KABUKI: Scarab : Lost in Translation

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Diamond Comic Distributors, Dec 10, 2002 - Fiction - 256 pages
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KABUKI VOL 6

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Review: Kabuki, Vol. 6: Scarab, Lost in Translation (Kabuki #6)

User Review  - Darrell - Goodreads

This volume is entirely devoted to Kabuki's fellow assassin Scarab. We learn about how she grew up and got recruited into the assassin business. David Mack doesn't do the artwork this time around, but ... Read full review

Review: Kabuki, Vol. 6: Scarab, Lost in Translation (Kabuki #6)

User Review  - Chris - Goodreads

I tore through this one. It's different from the others, but it fits in just the same. I love the art of Rick Mays, and the story is great as well. Read full review

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About the author (2002)

David Mack is the national bestselling author of more than a dozen books, including "Wildfire", "Harbinger", "Reap the Whirlwind", "Road of Bones", and the Star Trek Destiny trilogy ? "Gods of Night", "Mere Mortals", and "Lost Souls". His first original novel, the supernatural thriller "The Calling", debuted in July 2009 to critical acclaim. In addition to novels, Mack's diverse writing credits span several media, including television (for episodes of "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine"), film, short fiction, magazines, newspapers, comic books, computer games, radio, and the Internet. Recent?novels?include "The 4400: Promises Broken", "Star Trek Vanguard: Precipice", and an expanded edition of his Mirror Universe tale "The Sorrows of Empire". Mack has been to shows in every Rush concert tour since 1982, and he finally met two-thirds of the band in 2007. He currently resides in New York City.

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