Based on the eagerly awaited new feature film–the exciting origins of the ultimate crime fighter!
Bruce Wayne is dead. The young heir to the Wayne empire disappeared seven years ago. His vast fortune has been given away, and the crime wave that began with the brutal murder of his parents has turned Gotham City into a living hell. The last holdouts against corruption–the cops who can’t be bought, the D.A.s who can’t be intimidated–are outnumbered and outgunned. They need help . . . fast.
A world away, in a dank Himalayan prison, a nameless, hardened man fights every day to survive. He has spent seven years scouring the globe, studying the criminal mind, looking for an answer to the ugly riddle of his childhood. But something has been looking for him, too. Here, in the darkest places of his own anger, Bruce Wayne will discover his destiny–and an ordinary man will become a legend.
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I'd seen the movie years ago and wasn't overly impressed. Honestly, it was a good movie - I just think the timing was wrong for me to really enjoy it. So instead of watching the movie once more and possibly being disappointed a second time, I went for the novel. And I thoroughly enjoyed it. =) Read full review
Batman is making his way in the city with no one knowing who his real form is. Also he is the head of the Gotham city impostors building. He is the one that they call batman because he was raised by bats and the bats gave him the power to hold the potential of the bat ways. Batman is actually the Bruce Wayne that is in book two and one.
I think he dd a great job on the book keeping me in suspense and the book had lots of interesting parts in it.