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The Oracle Code The New York Times Bestselling Author Marieke Nijkamp This Is Where It Ends And Artist Manuel Preitano Unveil A Graphic Novel That Explores The Dark Corridors Of Barbara Gordon S First Mystery HerselfAfter A Gunshot Leaves Her Paralyzed, Barbara Gordon Enters The Arkham Center For Independence, Where Gotham S Teens Undergo Physical And Mental Rehabilitation Now Using A Wheelchair, Barbara Must Adapt To A New Normal, But She Cannot Shake The Feeling That Something Is Dangerously Amiss Within These Walls, Strange Sounds Escape At Night Patients Go Missing And Barbara Begins To Put Together Pieces Of What She Believes To Be A Larger PuzzleBut Is This Suspicion Simply A Result Of Her Trauma Fellow Patients Try To Connect With Barbara, But She Pushes Them Away, And She D Rather Spend Time With Ghost Stories Than Participate In Her Daily Exercises Even Barbara S Own Judgment Is In QuestionIn The Oracle Code, Universal Truths Cannot Be Escaped, And Barbara Gordon Must Battle The Phantoms Of Her Past Before They Swarm Her Future



10 thoughts on “The Oracle Code

  1. says:

    A YA retelling of Barbara Gordon s origin as Oracle Barbara is hanging out with her friend Ben and suffers an accident or is shot The storytelling is very unclear on this point as she is shown falling off a rooftop but then it s referenced that she was shot later on in the story and is paralyzed from the waist down Arkham has been reimagined as a rehabi


  2. says:

    This is a young adult version of the Barbara Gordon mythos of Batgirl fame Although she is no longer paralyzed, in the comic books, there was a time that she was, and she solved crimes from her wheelchair, being a hacker.In this version, she is a teenager, and is partially paralyzed, and has to solve the mystery of the rehabilitation hospital where she is re


  3. says:

    I have been increasingly interested in these YA DC Comics adaptations and when I saw The Oracle Code I knew I had to read it I am not as well versed in the DC universe, but The Oracle Code is a compelling read either way I adored the disability representation and the overwhelming message that disabled people do not require fixing to be considered whole Disclaimer


  4. says:

    Not only is the plot of this graphic novel so well developed, but the way it is told is fantastic Barbara uses the metaphor of a puzzle to describe many of the problems facing her in her life Her life in the wheelchair since the accident, her friend Ben who won t text her back, the ghosts who may roam the halls, and the odd history she has uncovered These are all piec


  5. says:

    I love this and can t wait to add it to the graphic medicine collection I think it s something both the intended audience younger teens and the health profession both need Received an advance copy at ALA Midwinter 2020.


  6. says:

    I received an ARC of this via netgalley in exchange for an honest review DC does it again I m having so much fun reading all of these DC YA graphic novels The Oracle Code was definitely a favorite and of all of them it feels the most concrete one The story does not feel rushed at all and its actually pretty detail oriented for a comic This graphic novel follows Barbara Gordon a


  7. says:

    Look for my review on thebatmanuniverse.net on March 10, 2020


  8. says:

    This YA graphic novel explores a young girl s determination, self revelation, and healing after a tragic shooting has left her paralyzed While on her journey through recovery at the Arkham Rehabilitation Center, Barbara Gordon finds new friendship and the meaning of self awareness While she adapts to her new normal she feels like something is just not right with this facility and it s up


  9. says:

    Barbara Gordon is a teen hacker who is harmed when she gets in the way of a police chase She must learn to use a wheelchair, and her father, Commissioner Gordon, sends her to the Arkham Center for Independence for rehabilitation Babs has trouble getting used to the center, but starts to make a few friends as she also suspects something weird is going on when a new friend disappears and she st


  10. says:

    This title follows Barbara Gordon as she tries to heal physically and mentally from being bound to a wheelchair Some of the patients are disappearing and this mystery helps her realize she is not any less then she was before We need protagonists and super hero teens with disabilities like Oracle.


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