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“Take nothing with you, but two mules, a rifle, and ten bullets.”
Those words echo in ex-surgeon Frank Quinn’s head as he flees across mid-19th century America to escape the demon known as Thousand Faces, an evil entity that uses blood to enslave others and will stop at nothing to conquer the world.
Philippe Thirault, writer of the acclaimed Miss: Better Living Through Crime and Balkans Arena, collaborates with artists Marc Malès (Different Ugliness Different Madness) and Mario Janni to chronicle a sweeping historical epic where science and the supernatural blend in a fusion of horror and redemption.
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About the Author:
Philippe Thirault is a French novelist and comics writer who was born in Paris in 1967. In the late 1990s, he published the novel Feathered Serpent, the trilogy Hemoglobin Blues, and his first comic series, the critically acclaimed Miss: Better Living Through Crime. He has since become a very prolific comic book creator, writing series such as Thousand Faces, The Hounds of Hell, Balkans Arena and Mandalay. He often writes stories with a historical or fantastic setting and runs writing workshops in Paris.
"Thousand Faces is perfect mix of western and horror genres...The story is fast-paced and dramatic, jumping around in time to present new revelations and tense, dreadful encounters... It also has a great ending, with a few surprises saved for the book’s gripping resolution."
"This book succeeds in telling its wide sweeping and epic story taking you to different times and places as any good historical fiction should."
"Moral decay affects the characters throughout the tale, sparing few men and even grabbing a few supposedly innocent animals in its clutches."
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- Publication date2005
- ISBN 10 1401206352
- ISBN 13 9781401206352
- Number of pages136