V by Kenneth Johnson & A.C. Crispin
The Original Miniseries

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Kenneth Johnson’s Warner Bros. television series V swept the nation and drew in hundreds of millions of viewers worldwide. Now, the novel V is finally back in print, with an all-new, never-before-seen revised ending.

V tells the exciting story of mysterious Alien visitors who are ready to solve Earth’s problems. But soon after arriving, the Aliens’ true nature is revealed, and like so many oppressive regimes of Earth’s past, as long as people are not directly under attack, they will turn a blind eye to their tyrannical overlords. Now it is up to a small band of resistance fighters who know the aliens’ true nature to stand up for all of humanity. Few people are quick to join their cause, and the fight to expose the aliens to the public will not be an easy one.

With fast-paced action, political intrigue and memorable characters, V is sure to stir fond memories for fans of the original miniseries, as well as make fans out of a new generation.

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About Kenneth Johnson & A.C. Crispin

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KENNETH JOHNSON has written, directed and produced dozens of film and  television productions including The Incredible Hulk and Alien Nation. In 1984, his Warner Bros. television mini-series "V" was the highest rated show on NBC for two and a half years; in 2002, the DVD of the miniseries sold more than two and a half million copies Johnson has been nominated for both the Writers Guild and the Edgar Awards. He lives in Los Angeles. A.C. CRISPIN is the author of many science fiction novels. She lives in Maryland.
 
Published October 28, 2008 by Tor Books. 300 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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