Longing to be with his wife turns to hatred for his enemy as Moses comes down on the Lieutenant of children known as Ilakut like a hammer. And the crucible of violence that erupts burns away the old Moses forever.
Unknown Soldier is an extremely difficult book to read. It's meant to be. Alberto Pnticelli's visuals are horrifying, and the questions asked by Dysart are not ones most of us enjoy contemplating. I'd nevertheless implore you to give this book a shot, because it's one that needs to be read. It's that good, impressive and important. If you haven't been following along, hunt down the trade the minute it hits the stands. Read Full Review