The Labyrinth

The Labyrinth

A world covered by ruins and ash, the remnants of an otherwordly phenomenon that has ravaged the earth’s atmosphere and forced the few survivors deep underground. Matt, Sigrid and Charlie leave the safe harbor of the enclave for an expedition onto the wastelands of the surface world. During their journey they are forced to confront dark secrets from the time before civilization’s fall.

Title:The Labyrinth
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9789189143173
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  • fióka

    Kicsit mĂĄs ez a StĂ„lenhag mint az eddigiek. EgyrĂ©szt sokkal több szöveg van benne, mĂĄsrĂ©szt kevesebbet foglalkozik Ășgy ĂĄltalĂĄban az emberisĂ©get sĂșjtĂł kĂŒlönbözƑ, apokaliptikus törtĂ©n...

  • Andrew

    I guess I should blame my brother for this one as he introduced me to the amazing art of Simon Stalenhag all those years ago. Ever since then I have been following his creations through role playing g...

  • Hćkan Carlsson

    Detta Àr Simon StÄlenhags femte bok, det Àr som vanligt en blandning av konstbok och roman.Om jag förstÄr rÀtt sÄ har denna inget att göra med hans tidigare böcker. Men jag kÀnner att denna ...

  • Marcel

    I'm torn, maybe this should have been 4 stars?While I'm a massive StÄlenhag fan, I prefer his previous books to this.While this, maybe, has more of a story arch, I find the paintings - while still ve...

  • Harrison

    "It was painful to have to see the world collapse as the politicians and the public spent all their time trying to assign blame to someone."The Labyrinth is the science-fiction brilliance that we have...

  • Tom

    This is Simon Stalenhag. In some ways I need say no more. Firstly, there's the artwork which is more than visually stunning. The artist is somehow able to evoke emotions from a simple view of a sink o...

  • Mikael

    The Labyrinth is a great sequel to Simon StĂ„lenhags previous books. Only much, much darker.My thoughts stray to classics like Vance’s The Dying Earth, Strugatskijs Roadside Picnic, and (or?) Vander...

  • Kim Pallister

    Stalenhag's books are so beautiful, and beautifully made. Same slow onion-peeling of a dark ominous truth as his other books, this one is a little more difficult, as its clearly inspired by current ev...

  • Kevin

    Great art and a grim story, but essentially a dystopian science fiction short story told in graphic novel form, though that's not exactly it either. All the art is full-size panels or sometimes even t...

  • Simon

    Recent Reads: The Labyrinth. Simon Stalenhag's latest illustrated novel is his bleakest and saddest yet. In a shelter under the ruins of a broken Earth a handful of survivors struggles to hide the gui...