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Liberty & Justice for All

A Marvel: Xavier's Institute Novel

Published by Aconyte
Distributed by Simon & Schuster
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Two exceptional students face their ultimate test when they answer a call for help, in the first thrilling Xavier’s Institute novel, focused on the daring exploits of Marvel’s mutant heroes

As part of their training at the New Charles Xavier Institute, Triage and Tempus are allowed to attempt their first solo flying mission. Some way into their mission, they pick up an urgent SOS message – Sentinels are attacking a superpowered mutant, who is struggling to protect an injured politician. When they abandon their lesson and answer the call, however, the identity of both will cause the two young X-Men far more problems than they bargained for.

CARRIE HARRIS is a geek of all trades and proud of it. She’s an experienced author of tie-in fiction, former tabletop game executive and published game designer who lives in Utah.

  • Publisher: Aconyte (November 3, 2020)
  • Length: 336 pages
  • ISBN13: 9781839080593

"An action-packed adventure… this is definitely worth checking out."

– Track of Words

"New and exciting. And incredibly good… Triage and Tempus rule. They’re richly written, funny, interesting teens battling their insecurities… This book really is a giant triumph for Harris… This is an incredible book. Highest recommend."

– The Omniplex

"Harris adds a depth to the antagonists often missing in other depictions of these characters in other media and uses it to remind readers that just as no hero is infallible, no villain is without their better angels. Harris favors nuance over mustache-twirling, and in that choice lies the heart of the story... an engaging and entertaining story."

– Geek Dad

"Liberty & Justice For All isn't your standard X-Men adventure, it's one that focuses more on the human (or mutant) journey that happens to these characters, it spends quiet moments with its characters and lets the reader get into their heads and see the effect this life would have on someone. It might not be what you'd be initially drawn to an X-Men book for, but it's what you'll come away loving and wanting more of."

– Trans-Scribe

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