Life During Wartime
DC Comics, 2005 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 128 pages
Tim Hunter, the celebrated boy magician created by Neil Gaiman, returns in a new series plotted by Neil Gaiman himself! Taking place ten minutes into the future, in alternate universes where battles on Earth and Faerie overlap, this new take on the Hunter is loaded with dystopian undercurrents and psychological horror, set against a background of contemporary global politics. As a war rages in one universe, trapping John Constantine and Zatanna in a deadly siege, their only hope, Hunter, seems happily ensconced in another universe where not even a hint of magic exists. But can Tim truly escape his destiny as the most powerful magician in existence? And if so, what will the consequences be? Suggested For Mature Readers.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Ron18 - www.librarything.com
The main body of the story (issues 1-12) start off beautifully, such a fun set-up - then it peters out and falters through about 40% to the end - - but the follow-up short (issues 12-15) has the job ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - soniaandree - LibraryThing
So far, this latest book in the 'Books of Magic' series is not to my liking - the plot starts pretty far (chronologically) from when we left off Tim Hunter in book 8 (The White School in 'The Names of ... Read full review