Milo’s Louisiana bayou is overrun with alien bug invaders and magical creatures in this start to a breathtaking series from bestselling author Jonathan Maberry.
In a world filled with Bugs—monsters that ceaselessly ravage the Earth—Milo Silk has a hard time keeping his dreams separate from reality. So he keeps them locked up in his dream journal and hopes they’ll never come to pass. But too often, they do—like when his father disappeared three years ago. Lately, the Witch of the World has been haunting his dreams, saying he is destined to be the hero who saves everyone. But all Milo can think about is how he fears the Bugs will attack his own camp, and bring something even more terrible than ever before.
What Milo doesn’t know is that the Earth is already fighting back with its own natural power in the form of Nightsiders, magical creatures who prefer shadows to sunlight and who reside in trees, caves, and rivers. And the Nightsiders are ready to find an ally in Milo…
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“Hold on tight to this book because Jonathan Maberry’s Orphan Army will take you on a breathtaking sci-fi adventure that’s loaded with mystery, mayhem, and imagination. There’s a surprise on every page and full throttle action from beginning to end. Best of all, this first volume is only the beginning!”
D. J. MacHale, New York Times bestselling author of Pendragon
About Jonathan Maberry
Jonathan Maberry is a New York Times bestselling author, five-time Bram Stoker Award–winner, three-time Scribe Award–winner, Inkpot Award–winner, and comic book writer. His vampire apocalypse book series, V-WARS, became a Netflix original series. He writes horror, science fiction, epic fantasy, thriller, and more. He is the president of the International Association of Media Tie-in Writers, and the editor of Weird Tales Magazine.
About Kirby Heyborne
Kirby Heyborne is a musician, actor, and professional narrator. Noted for his work in teen and juvenile audio, he has garnered over twenty Earphones Awards. His audiobook credits include Jesse Kellerman’s The Genius, Cory Doctorow’s Little Brother, and George R. R. Martin’s Selections from Dreamsongs.