NAD09 Exodus



Lisa Farrell


Katrina Ostrander

Ken “Express” Tenma was built for speed, which helps when you’re on the run from Jinteki Biotech, the corp that made him. After his underworld contact is murdered, he receives one last delivery job from her: rescue a clone and help her get to ChiLo, the “promised land” clones whisper of. Express isn’t wild about playing chauffeur, but the money’s too good to refuse. When he picks up his mark from a clone recycling facility, however, he realizes this job is going to be even more trouble than he bargained for: his mark is the famous sensie star Miranda Rhapsody, and she doesn’t know she’s a clone yet.

Together, they must escape from the Jinteki facility and make their way from the heart of New Angeles to the Colombian border, all while being dogged by a mysterious assassin and the psychic detective, Caprice Nisei. Can Express complete his delivery before Jinteki or the NAPD catches up with them for good?

Brace yourself for an adrenaline-laced, high-speed chase through the streets, skyways, and underways of New Angeles. Written by Lisa Farrell, Exodus follows the story of Ken “Express” Tenma as he races toward the Colombian border, trying to stay one step ahead of the NAPD, in order to deliver a stolen package.

However, this job isn’t your standard snatch and deliver. This is high-stakes clone smuggling, and it all starts to fall apart when Express realizes his package is the worlds-famous sensie star Miranda Rhapsody. And she doesn’t even know she’s a clone.

Filled with riveting action and closer looks at such popular characters as Express, Miranda Rhapsody, and Caprice Nisei, Exodus is a fast-paced page-turner that’s sure to delight with its unique take on clones, cybercrime, black-market trade, mysterious assassins, and Jinteki Biotech. Additionally, this limited edition hardcover version comes with fifteen full-color pages of backstory and setting details that offer greater insights into the celebrity culture, sports vehicles, and illegal clone markets of the not-too-distant future.

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