Wild Cards


Author: George R.R. Martin

When an alien virus strikes Earth, people randomly affected around the world find themselves either dead or transformed. To some-the “aces”-the transformation is great and wonderful. For others-the “jokers”-the transformation is horrible and grotesque. Earth has now become a world where anything goes; a world of Wild Cards.ContentsWild Cards • (2003) • interior artwork by….Read More

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