The startling saga Robert Repino created with Mort(e) continues in D’Arc, the epic sequel to the first War With No Name book. In the twilight of all life on earth, love survives, but at a cost only the desperate and reckless are willing to pay.
After the “War With No Name,” the surviving humans live in uneasy peace with the sentient animals they battled. Housecat-turned-war-hero Mort(e) lives with his long-lost love, the dog Sheba. But chaos resurfaces. Mysterious amphibious creatures rise from the seas, intent on fulfilling the Colony’s goal to rid the earth of humans. Mort(e) and Sheba are ready to fight again, but they’ll have to learn what’s worth living for, what’s worth dying for, and what can be sacrificed.
Robert Repino grew up in Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania. After serving in the Peace Corps, he earned an MFA in Creative Writing from Emerson College. He lives in New York and works as an editor for Oxford University Press. D’Arc follows the novel Mort(e) and the novella Culdesac in the War With No Name series.
The startling saga of Mort(e) continues . . .
After the war with no name a cat assassin searches for his lost love in Repino's strange, moving sci-fi epic that channels both Homeward Bound and A Canticle for Lebowitz.
The war with no name rages on, setting the world on fire. Humanity faces extinction at the hands of the Colony, a race of intelligent ants seeking to overthrow the humans and establish a new order.