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Batman: Nightwalker

Author Marie Lu
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5.56"W x 8.25"H x 0.82"D   (14.1 x 21.0 x 2.1 cm) | 10 oz (283 g) | 24 per carton
On sale Mar 05, 2019 | 320 Pages | 978-0-399-54980-9
Age 12 and up | Grade 7 & Up
Reading Level: Lexile 800L
Sales rights: US, Canada, Open Mkt
This dark and twisty BATMAN in the blockbuster DC Icons series is an action-packed thrill ride from #1 New York Times bestselling author MARIE LU.

THE INSTANT NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER

Before he was Batman, he was Bruce Wayne. A reckless boy willing to break the rules for a girl who may be his worst enemy.

The Nightwalkers are terrorizing Gotham City, and Bruce Wayne is next on their list. Bruce is turning eighteen and inheriting his family's fortune, not to mention the keys to Wayne Industries and all the tech gadgetry that he could ever desire. But on the way home from his birthday party, he makes an impulsive choice that leads to community service at Arkham Asylum, the infamous prison. There, he meets Madeleine Wallace, a brilliant killer with ties to the Nightwalkers. A girl who will speak only to Bruce. She is the mystery he must unravel, but is he convincing her to divulge her secrets--or is he feeding her the information she needs to bring Gotham City to its knees?

Bruce Wayne is proof that you don't need superpowers to be a super hero, but can he survive Madeleine's tense game of intrigue and deception?

"Masterful. . . . A great story for any Dark Knight fan."
--Den of Geek

Don't miss the rest of the DC Icons series! Read the books in any order you choose:
  • Wonder Woman: Warbringer by Leigh Bardugo
  • Catwoman: Soulstealer by Sarah J. Maas
  • Superman: Dawnbreaker by Matt de la Peña
  • The blood underneath her nails bothered her.
    Cheap, stupid, useless gloves, the girl thought in annoyance. She had even worn two layers of them tonight, but a rare errant slash from the knife had sliced through both layers, and now the blood had gotten on her hands. Stupid. On any other night, she would have stopped and—carefully, methodically—scraped the scarlet flakes out from under her nails, one line after another. But she had no time right now.
    No time, no time.
    Moonlight cut across the floor of the mansion, illuminating part of the man’s naked body. He bled strangely, the girl thought, compared with the others. The blood just pooled beneath him in a perfect circle, like a disk of smooth frosting on a cake.
    She sighed again and stuffed her canister of red spray paint into her backpack, then grabbed a few of the rags strewn on the floor. On the wall beside her was the symbol she had just hurriedly finished drawing.
    They had mistimed everything tonight, from the unexpected complications of Sir Robert Grant’s security system at the entrance of the mansion to the surprise of him seeing them first instead of being sound asleep. They were running late. She hated running late.
    She hurried around the bedroom chamber, gathering their tools and stuffing them all into her backpack. The moonlight illuminated her features in regular intervals as she moved past the row of win- dows. Her mother used to tell her that she had doll-like features, had been doll-like since birth—large, liquid-dark eyes; long, long lashes; a slender nose and a rosebud of a mouth; porcelain skin. Her eyebrows cut straight and soft across her brow, giving her an expression that looked permanently vulnerable.
    That was the thing about her. No one ever saw what mattered until it was too late. Until their blood stained her fingernails.
    Her hair had come undone in all the rush, tumbling in a river of black over her shoulders, and she paused to whip it back up into a knot. No doubt a strand or two had come loose and were now ly- ing somewhere on the floor, leaving a clue for the police to follow. But no matter—if she could just escape from here in time. What a messy getaway, so uncharacteristic of her.
    I’m going to kill them, she thought bitterly. Leaving me to clean this up—
    Somewhere in the night came the wail of sirens.
    She froze, listening intently. Her hand flew instinctively to rest on one of the knives strapped around her thigh. Then she started to run. Her boots made no sound—she moved like a shadow, the only noise being the faint bump of her bag against her back. As she went, she pulled her black scarf up across the bottom half of her face, hiding her nose and mouth from view, and fitted her pair of dark visors over her eyes. Through the visors, the mansion trans- formed into a grid of heat signals and green lines.
    The sirens were closing in rapidly.
    She paused again for a breath, listening. They came from differ- ent directions—they were going to surround her. No time, no time. She darted down the mansion’s staircase, her figure lost entirely in the shadows, then made a sharp turn at the bottom to head not for the front door but for the cellar. The security system had been rewired to seal the front door’s lock from the inside, but the cellar was their getaway route, all alarms cleared and window locks ready for her command.
    As she reached the cellar, the sirens outside turned deafening. The police had arrived.
    “Window A open,” she muttered into her mouthpiece. At the other end of the room, the rewired window unlocked with a soft, obedient click. The police would gather at the front and back doors, but they wouldn’t think to look on the side of such a huge house yet, not without knowing there was a tiny window at ground level. She ran faster.
    She reached the window and started pulling herself up and through it, snaking her way out in the span of a second. On the front lawn, she could hear a police officer shouting into a mega- phone, could see the heat signals of at least a dozen guards in heavy body armor crouched around the mansion’s perimeter, their faces hidden behind helmets and their assault rifles all pointed toward the door.
    She leaped to her feet in the darkness, pulled her visor up, and prepared to dart away.
    A blinding light flooded over her.
    “Hands in the air!” Several voices were shouting at her at the same time. She heard the clicks of loaded weapons, then the furi- ous barking of police dogs barely restrained by their partners. “On your knees! Now!”
    They had found her. She wanted to spit out a curse. No time, no time. And now it was too late. At least the others on the mission had already fled. For a fraction of a second, she thought about pull- ing out her knives and throwing herself at the closest officer, using him as a hostage. But there were far too many here, and the light had blinded her enough to make her vision inaccurate. She didn’t have the time to make such a move without the police unleashing the dogs, and she had no desire to be mauled to death.
    So instead, she put her hands up.
    Officers shoved her hard to the ground; her face scraped against dirt and grass. She saw a glimpse of herself reflected in the police’s opaque helmets, and the barrels of guns pointed directly in her face.
    “We got her!” one shouted into his radio, his voice hoarse with excitement and fear. “She’s in custody! Stand by—”
    You got me, she echoed to herself as she felt cold cuffs snap onto her wrists. But with her cheek pressed against the ground, she still allowed herself a small, mocking smile behind her scarf.
    You got me . . . for now.
    "Masterful. . . . A great story for any Dark Knight fan."
    Den of Geek, (for Batman: Nightwalker by Marie Lu)

    "A fast-paced story line, action-packed fight sequences, and hi-tech gadgetry expected from any Batman story make this a fun read with wide appeal."
    SLJ, (for Batman: Nightwalker by Marie Lu)

    “The trickiest aspect of any Batman narrative is getting into Bruce Wayne's head, and [Lu] doesn't miss a beat. . . . An engaging character piece with enough Batman allusions to intrigue fans and newcomers alike.
    Kirkus Reviews, (for Batman: Nightwalker by Marie Lu)

    "Doesn’t merely survive the hype, it deserves it.”
    The New York Times Book Review (for Legend)

    "An action-packed love story full of inventive details.” —The Los Angeles Times (for Legend)

    "Fine writing and excellent execution."Entertainment Weekly (for Legend)

    "Lu opts for a high simmer of intrigue." —PW, Starred Review (for Prodigy)

    "By permitting her characters some grand failures, she raises the stakes in the best way possible."—The New York Times Book Review (for The Young Elites)

    © Primo Gallanosa
    Marie Lu is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Young Elites series, as well as the blockbuster bestselling Legend series. She graduated from the University of Southern California and jumped into the video game industry as an artist. Now a full-time writer, she spends her spare time reading, drawing, playing games, and getting stuck in traffic. She lives in Los Angeles with her illustrator-author husband, Primo Gallanosa, and their dogs.

    Visit her online at Marielubooks.com or on Twitter @Marie_Lu. View titles by Marie Lu
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    About

    This dark and twisty BATMAN in the blockbuster DC Icons series is an action-packed thrill ride from #1 New York Times bestselling author MARIE LU.

    THE INSTANT NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER

    Before he was Batman, he was Bruce Wayne. A reckless boy willing to break the rules for a girl who may be his worst enemy.

    The Nightwalkers are terrorizing Gotham City, and Bruce Wayne is next on their list. Bruce is turning eighteen and inheriting his family's fortune, not to mention the keys to Wayne Industries and all the tech gadgetry that he could ever desire. But on the way home from his birthday party, he makes an impulsive choice that leads to community service at Arkham Asylum, the infamous prison. There, he meets Madeleine Wallace, a brilliant killer with ties to the Nightwalkers. A girl who will speak only to Bruce. She is the mystery he must unravel, but is he convincing her to divulge her secrets--or is he feeding her the information she needs to bring Gotham City to its knees?

    Bruce Wayne is proof that you don't need superpowers to be a super hero, but can he survive Madeleine's tense game of intrigue and deception?

    "Masterful. . . . A great story for any Dark Knight fan."
    --Den of Geek

    Don't miss the rest of the DC Icons series! Read the books in any order you choose:
  • Wonder Woman: Warbringer by Leigh Bardugo
  • Catwoman: Soulstealer by Sarah J. Maas
  • Superman: Dawnbreaker by Matt de la Peña
  • Excerpt

    The blood underneath her nails bothered her.
    Cheap, stupid, useless gloves, the girl thought in annoyance. She had even worn two layers of them tonight, but a rare errant slash from the knife had sliced through both layers, and now the blood had gotten on her hands. Stupid. On any other night, she would have stopped and—carefully, methodically—scraped the scarlet flakes out from under her nails, one line after another. But she had no time right now.
    No time, no time.
    Moonlight cut across the floor of the mansion, illuminating part of the man’s naked body. He bled strangely, the girl thought, compared with the others. The blood just pooled beneath him in a perfect circle, like a disk of smooth frosting on a cake.
    She sighed again and stuffed her canister of red spray paint into her backpack, then grabbed a few of the rags strewn on the floor. On the wall beside her was the symbol she had just hurriedly finished drawing.
    They had mistimed everything tonight, from the unexpected complications of Sir Robert Grant’s security system at the entrance of the mansion to the surprise of him seeing them first instead of being sound asleep. They were running late. She hated running late.
    She hurried around the bedroom chamber, gathering their tools and stuffing them all into her backpack. The moonlight illuminated her features in regular intervals as she moved past the row of win- dows. Her mother used to tell her that she had doll-like features, had been doll-like since birth—large, liquid-dark eyes; long, long lashes; a slender nose and a rosebud of a mouth; porcelain skin. Her eyebrows cut straight and soft across her brow, giving her an expression that looked permanently vulnerable.
    That was the thing about her. No one ever saw what mattered until it was too late. Until their blood stained her fingernails.
    Her hair had come undone in all the rush, tumbling in a river of black over her shoulders, and she paused to whip it back up into a knot. No doubt a strand or two had come loose and were now ly- ing somewhere on the floor, leaving a clue for the police to follow. But no matter—if she could just escape from here in time. What a messy getaway, so uncharacteristic of her.
    I’m going to kill them, she thought bitterly. Leaving me to clean this up—
    Somewhere in the night came the wail of sirens.
    She froze, listening intently. Her hand flew instinctively to rest on one of the knives strapped around her thigh. Then she started to run. Her boots made no sound—she moved like a shadow, the only noise being the faint bump of her bag against her back. As she went, she pulled her black scarf up across the bottom half of her face, hiding her nose and mouth from view, and fitted her pair of dark visors over her eyes. Through the visors, the mansion trans- formed into a grid of heat signals and green lines.
    The sirens were closing in rapidly.
    She paused again for a breath, listening. They came from differ- ent directions—they were going to surround her. No time, no time. She darted down the mansion’s staircase, her figure lost entirely in the shadows, then made a sharp turn at the bottom to head not for the front door but for the cellar. The security system had been rewired to seal the front door’s lock from the inside, but the cellar was their getaway route, all alarms cleared and window locks ready for her command.
    As she reached the cellar, the sirens outside turned deafening. The police had arrived.
    “Window A open,” she muttered into her mouthpiece. At the other end of the room, the rewired window unlocked with a soft, obedient click. The police would gather at the front and back doors, but they wouldn’t think to look on the side of such a huge house yet, not without knowing there was a tiny window at ground level. She ran faster.
    She reached the window and started pulling herself up and through it, snaking her way out in the span of a second. On the front lawn, she could hear a police officer shouting into a mega- phone, could see the heat signals of at least a dozen guards in heavy body armor crouched around the mansion’s perimeter, their faces hidden behind helmets and their assault rifles all pointed toward the door.
    She leaped to her feet in the darkness, pulled her visor up, and prepared to dart away.
    A blinding light flooded over her.
    “Hands in the air!” Several voices were shouting at her at the same time. She heard the clicks of loaded weapons, then the furi- ous barking of police dogs barely restrained by their partners. “On your knees! Now!”
    They had found her. She wanted to spit out a curse. No time, no time. And now it was too late. At least the others on the mission had already fled. For a fraction of a second, she thought about pull- ing out her knives and throwing herself at the closest officer, using him as a hostage. But there were far too many here, and the light had blinded her enough to make her vision inaccurate. She didn’t have the time to make such a move without the police unleashing the dogs, and she had no desire to be mauled to death.
    So instead, she put her hands up.
    Officers shoved her hard to the ground; her face scraped against dirt and grass. She saw a glimpse of herself reflected in the police’s opaque helmets, and the barrels of guns pointed directly in her face.
    “We got her!” one shouted into his radio, his voice hoarse with excitement and fear. “She’s in custody! Stand by—”
    You got me, she echoed to herself as she felt cold cuffs snap onto her wrists. But with her cheek pressed against the ground, she still allowed herself a small, mocking smile behind her scarf.
    You got me . . . for now.

    Praise

    "Masterful. . . . A great story for any Dark Knight fan."
    Den of Geek, (for Batman: Nightwalker by Marie Lu)

    "A fast-paced story line, action-packed fight sequences, and hi-tech gadgetry expected from any Batman story make this a fun read with wide appeal."
    SLJ, (for Batman: Nightwalker by Marie Lu)

    “The trickiest aspect of any Batman narrative is getting into Bruce Wayne's head, and [Lu] doesn't miss a beat. . . . An engaging character piece with enough Batman allusions to intrigue fans and newcomers alike.
    Kirkus Reviews, (for Batman: Nightwalker by Marie Lu)

    "Doesn’t merely survive the hype, it deserves it.”
    The New York Times Book Review (for Legend)

    "An action-packed love story full of inventive details.” —The Los Angeles Times (for Legend)

    "Fine writing and excellent execution."Entertainment Weekly (for Legend)

    "Lu opts for a high simmer of intrigue." —PW, Starred Review (for Prodigy)

    "By permitting her characters some grand failures, she raises the stakes in the best way possible."—The New York Times Book Review (for The Young Elites)

    Author

    © Primo Gallanosa
    Marie Lu is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Young Elites series, as well as the blockbuster bestselling Legend series. She graduated from the University of Southern California and jumped into the video game industry as an artist. Now a full-time writer, she spends her spare time reading, drawing, playing games, and getting stuck in traffic. She lives in Los Angeles with her illustrator-author husband, Primo Gallanosa, and their dogs.

    Visit her online at Marielubooks.com or on Twitter @Marie_Lu. View titles by Marie Lu

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    •     Thailand
    •     Timor-Leste
    •     Togo
    •     Tokelau Islands
    •     Tunisia
    •     Turkey
    •     Turkmenistan
    •     Ukraine
    •     Unit.Arab Emir.
    •     Uruguay
    •     Uzbekistan
    •     Vatican City
    •     Venezuela
    •     Vietnam
    •     Wallis,Futuna
    •     West Saharan
    •     Western Samoa
    •     Yemen

    Not available for sale:
    •     Antigua/Barbuda
    •     Australia
    •     Bahamas
    •     Bangladesh
    •     Barbados
    •     Belize
    •     Bermuda
    •     Botswana
    •     Brit.Ind.Oc.Ter
    •     Brit.Virgin Is.
    •     Brunei
    •     Cayman Islands
    •     Christmas Islnd
    •     Cocos Islands
    •     Cuba
    •     Cyprus
    •     Dominica
    •     Falkland Islnds
    •     Fiji
    •     Gambia
    •     Ghana
    •     Gibraltar
    •     Grenada
    •     Guernsey
    •     Guyana
    •     India
    •     Iran
    •     Ireland
    •     Isle of Man
    •     Jamaica
    •     Jersey
    •     Kenya
    •     Kiribati
    •     Lesotho
    •     Malawi
    •     Malaysia
    •     Malta
    •     Mauritius
    •     Montserrat
    •     Mozambique
    •     Myanmar
    •     Namibia
    •     Nauru
    •     New Zealand
    •     Nigeria
    •     North Korea
    •     Pakistan
    •     PapuaNewGuinea
    •     Pitcairn Islnds
    •     S. Sandwich Ins
    •     Seychelles
    •     Sierra Leone
    •     Solomon Islands
    •     Somalia
    •     South Africa
    •     South Sudan
    •     Sri Lanka
    •     St. Helena
    •     St. Lucia
    •     St. Vincent
    •     St.Chr.,Nevis
    •     Sudan
    •     Swaziland
    •     Syria
    •     Tanzania
    •     Tonga
    •     Trinidad,Tobago
    •     Turks&Caicos Is
    •     Tuvalu
    •     Uganda
    •     United Kingdom
    •     Vanuatu
    •     Zambia
    •     Zimbabwe