Tuesday, February 15, 2005

RRClip: Paint It Black


The Black Arrow is many things: A tale of love in the midst of war. The story of a society in the process of collapse. A portrait of courage triumphing over fear. The time is the 2030s, but it could be today. The setting is Gotham, but it could be any American city. The characters are larger than life ... but any one of them could be you, because what makes them larger than life is nothing more than that they choose to live -- or die -- on their feet rather than on their knees.

Here's the rest of my review of Vin Suprynowicz's first novel, slated for release in April.

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