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Venom's Wrath (Spider-Man)

by Keith R. A. DeCandido

Series: Spider-Man

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Not one of my favorite Spider-Man novels but a good read none the less. Venom's Wrath was a bit of a bore at times, but a must have if anyone collects the novels as I do. ( )
  nocturnewytche | Feb 17, 2011 |
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NEW YORK UNDER SIEGE!
Venom is loose on the streets of New York, and only the amazing Spider-Man can stop his latest rampage!

When lawyer Ann Weying--Venom's ex-wife--is snatched from her apartment by a group of radical terrorists, Spider-Man knows its only a matter of time before Venom becomes involved in the city-wide search. But if Venom finds the kidnappers first, he's likely to eviscerate the kidnappers and cause his ex-wife to be executed at the same time!

Spider-Man must find out why Ann and Daily Bugle editor-in-chief Joe Robertson have been kidnapped--and what the real motives of the terrorists might be.

Racing against time, Spider-Man must keep New York from becoming the victim of VENOM'S WRATH
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0425165744, Mass Market Paperback)

Ann Weying, ex-wife to Eddie Brock--aka the super-villain Venom--has been kidnapped, along with Daily Bugle editor Robbie Robertson and a police captain. Spider-Man must work with the NYPD to find the kidnappers before Venom carves a bloody swath through New York City to find his beloved!

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