By Jeff VanderMeer
En un futuro no determinado, el Área X es un lugar remoto y escondido declarado zona de desastre ambiental desde hace décadas. los angeles naturaleza salvaje ha conquistado el lugar y su acceso está prohibido. l. a. agencia estatal Southern succeed in ha enviado diversas expediciones pero casi siempre han fracasado: todos los miembros de un a expedición se suicidaron; otros enloquecieron y acabaron matándose entre sí, y los integrantes de los angeles última expedición regresaron convertidos en sombras de lo que un día fueron. Ésta es los angeles expedición número doce. El grupo está compuesto por cuatro mujeres: una antropóloga, una topógrafa, una psicóloga y los angeles narradora, una bióloga. Su misión es cartografiar el terreno y recolectar muestras, anotar todas sus observaciones tanto de su entorno como de sus compañeras. Pronto descubren una gran anomalía geográfica y formas de vida más allá de todo entendimiento. Mientras se enfrentan a una naturaleza tan bella como claustrofóbica, el pasado y los secretos con los que cruzaron l. a. frontera se vuelven cada vez más amenazantes. Aniquilación es el primer volumen de l. a. Trilogía Southern achieve, una serie que crea un mundo como nunca has imaginado y que nos enfrenta al extraño que se esconde dentro de nosotros mismos.
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