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The Revisionists

Thomas Mullen

8 Reviews

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Fiction, Thriller / suspense, Science fiction

In present-day Washington DC, one man knows that the world is about to end. He's there to make sure of it. A fast-paced thriller which takes the reader into the terrifying heart of today's covert wars.

'My name is Zed. I protect the Events. This is my tenth day in Washington, 2011. Soon, the Great Conflagration will begin...'

A disgraced former spy. A grieving lawyer. A downtrodden illegal immigrant. And a time traveller whose job is to ensure that history happens as it's meant to - even when that means the end of the world. In this riveting, mind-bending thriller, a terrifying future starts today.

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Praise for The Revisionists

  • Compelling...What really makes it work...are four very different and well-drawn characters. Via their differing perspectives on events, the novel is able to explore notions of government and ideology. - Eddie Robson, SFX

  • An outstanding dystopic novel - Library Journal

  • Imaginative, elegant work...What transpires in the final act is as powerful for its well-paced revelations as it is for the ethical questions it raises. - LA Magazine

  • A devious and absorbing novel that challenges the reader at every turn, not letting up until the final pages. I loved it. - Olen Steinhauer

  • Mullen explores the ethical implications of time travel in this excellent thriller...a one-sitting read - Publishers Weekly starred review

  • Sharp as razors, savage and immense in its power and weird beauty. - Warren Ellis

  • Compelling...What really makes it work...are four very different and well-drawn characters. Via their differing perspectives on events, the novel is able to explore notions of government and ideology. - Eddie Robson, SFX

  • An outstanding dystopic novel - Library Journal

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Thomas Mullen

Thomas Mullen is the author of The Last Town on Earth, which was named Best Debut Novel of 2006 by USA Today and was awarded the James Fenimore Cooper Prize for historical fiction, and The Many Deaths of the Firefly Brothers. His books have been named Best of the Year by such publications as the Chicago Tribune, USA Today, and Amazon.com. He lives in Atlanta with his wife and sons.

Visit his website at www.thomasmullen.net or follow him on Twitter @Mullenwrites.

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