by Christopher Golden

Published by Pocket Star Books

A review by John Irvin


“Yellow reptile eyes flashed in the night. Talons sliced the air as the things reached out for him, ready to tear him open.”

            From the back cover blurb:

            When a mass outbreak of super-powered individuals threatens the world, the JLA determines that latent metahuman abilities are being triggered by an alien contagion, on that’s spreading throughout Earth as it transforms its hosts into monstrous engines of destruction.

            Racing to contain the infection, the world’s greatest super heroes link the parasitic plague to an alien invasion from the team’s earliest days and make a horrifying discovery: the JLA itself is responsible for the imminent disaster they now face.

(Justice League of America) JLA: Exterminators by Christopher Golden, A Review

            Even though DC isn’t necessarily coming out with an awesome franchise like Marvel is, I still love me some Justice League.

            I found this short novel intriguing and delightful.

            I believe it would be ranked in the urban fantasy genre as well as science fiction with the whole alien invasion apocalypse standing at the team’s doorsteps.

            It didn’t take me long to finish the read and I was content at the end—another mission close up and well done.

            Though the dark undertones will have you concerned if you care in the least for the Justice League and its charge: planet Earth.

            So, take my recommendation and click this link to go buy it: EXTERMINATORS.

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