Good guys charging in at the end and vanquishing the bad guys would ring false and hollow. Survivors bloodied and battered but unbroken and unbowed would be equally trite. By making the hard choices - and making them work, Tynion has again demonstrated his talent as a writer. Read Full Review
But even if Tynion/Rock decide not to revisit this universe (which would be a crime worse than any eldritch horror could impose upon humanity), we definitely got our money's worth on this one. Amelia's story will break your heart, chill your spine, and make you yearn"or hunger"for a second volume. Read Full Review
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