Synopses & Reviews
In a mall like any other, two gangs of teenaged girls are about to embark on an orgy of shopping and designer violence. In the battleground of cool, they'll fight for their lives to prove that "image is everything." And in another place, within a sealed room, a lone man fights an equally desperate war against a new virus and the scientists who have developed it. If anyone gets out alive, it will be a small miracle.
"Sullivan's near-future fascinates, the pace of the conflict in the mall and Meniscus' personal development contributing to a very satisfying read." Booklist
"One of the finest new talents in the field." David Brin
"A challenging, disturbing, often compulsive read." Time Out
"This is the new face of Feminist SF....Maul is most definitely a book that makes you think." Cheryl Morgan, Emerald City