Mass Market Paperbound
304 pages, 6.88 × 4.19 × 0.73 in
May 27, 2014
The following ISBNs are associated with this title:
ISBN - 10: 1783292253
ISBN - 13: 9781783292257
From the Publisher
The official movie prequel to the eagerly anticipated Dawn of the Planet of the Apes movie, scheduled for release in July 2014.
No Planet of the Apes fan should miss out on this original Apes story written by New York Times bestselling author Greg Keyes, whose previous works include the Star Wars: New Jedi Order novels Edge of Victory I: Conquest, Edge of Victory II: Rebirth, and The Final Prophecy.
Bridging the gap between the events of the box office smash Rise of the Planet of the Apes and the eagerly anticipated sequel Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, this movie prequel takes readers on a journey through the build up that leads to the action on screen.
About the Author
Greg Keyes is the New York Times bestselling author of the novels The Waterborn, The Blackgod, and The Age of Unreason tetralogy. He has also written the Star Wars: New Jedi Order novels Edge of Victory I: Conquest, Edge of Victory II: Rebirth, and The Final Prophecy. In addition, Keyes has also written tie-ins for Elder Scrolls including Lord of Souls, and The Infernal City, both published by Titan Books. His most recent series is the ambitious The Kingdoms of Thorn and Bone.
"A smartly realized extension of the story, one that is genuinely engaging, infused with a solid sense of dread, and sets a pretty exciting stage for "Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes." - The Playlist"A quick, entertaining read that will get you pumped up for the new film." - Geeks of Doom "Fans of the Planet of the Apes franchise will greatly enjoy this book. Reading it right before going to see the new Dawn of the Planet of the Apes film is an extra added bonus." - Geek Girl Project"Firestorm” is a great bridge between the Planet of the Apes films." - Retrenders"If you’re a fan of the Planet of the Apes franchise and the rebooted series, then this is worth a read." - Pop Cults"Keyes’ prose in Firestorm is lean and to-the-point, and sprinkled with zoological and anthropological insights. But the book’s main selling-point is its plotting, which juggles storylines that accelerate quickly, as the world begins to fall apart." - The Dissolve"I thoroughly enjoyed the novel, and would recommend it for anyone intending to see the movie." - Red Orbit"Books that are tie-ins to movies don’t have the best track record, but this as an exception, with great pacing, some deep character building, and smart writing all around. Plus it’s got me hyped for the next movie so from a marketing perspective I’d call that a total success." - Ain’t It Cool"An entertaining and engrossing read." - City of Films"Entertaining and fast paced." - Horror Talk "I read it in a single sitting just because I could