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This is book number 1 in the Storm Shield series.
For young Fortnite players, this might be the ultimate reading experience—a graphic novel adventure with hundreds of full-color images that takes them into the world they love best!
The mission is simple: Four kids must save what’s left of humanity by crossing a Husk-infested landscape to a secret government installation packed with volatile rocket fuel and state of the art security systems. Then, they must launch a satellite into space before a gigantic maelstrom smashes them to bloody splinters.
If it were easy, it wouldn’t be Fortnite.
When 98% of the world’s population disappears in the blink of an eye, the isolated survivors, four teenagers named Cody, Sarah, Idris, and Kiki each cower in the ruins of their homeland, pounded by strange storms and hunted by ravenous monsters. One by one they discover a hopeful sign of life from afar, a Beacon, that calls on to them to keep moving in search of answers.
In their pursuit of the source of this signal, they find each other and struggle to get past their differences. It won’t be safe or easy, but their survival, and that of humanity, relies on them learning to work together in search of answers. They are, after all, humanity’s last hope.
Will they find a way to survive and start again in the aftermath of the deadly storm, or die trying?
About the Author
Nathan Meyer is a freelance writer with more than fifteen traditionally published novels in the work-for-hire, media tie-in, and ghostwriting fields. He's worked on various projects with gaming companies Wizards of the Coast, Green Ronin Games, and Privateer Press, as well as publishers such as Alloy Entertainment, Working Partners UK, Relay Publishing, and HarperCollins/Harlequin.
Alan Brown is a freelance artist and designer who has worked for Disney, Warner Bros., the BBC, and others. His work can be found in comics such as Ben 10 and Bravest Warriors, as well as several children’s books. He lives in Newcastle upon Tyne, UK.