Charles Soule is a New York Times-bestselling, Brooklyn-based comic book writer, musician, and attorney. He is best known for writing Daredevil, She-Hulk, Death of Wolverine and various Star Wars comics from Marvel Comics, as well as his creator-owned series Curse Words from Image Comics and the award-winning political sci-fi epic Letter 44 from Oni Press.
"Here's my prediction: this book will seep into your soul. The Oracle Year is about knowing the future-and what you do with that knowledge. As you meet Will Dando, you can't help but reevaluate yourself. Get ready for the best kind of fun." -- Brad Meltzer, New York Times bestselling author of The Inner Circle
"Anyone will enjoy this comically fast-paced tale about Will Dando, who wakes up one day with 108 wacky and world-shattering predictions." -- Washington Post
"Soule's The Oracle Year is like a sliding puzzle, except every time you think you can predict what the image will be, new pieces slide into place. It's a wonderfully mysterious thriller that proves Soule is as much a master of prose as he is of comic book script." -- Chuck Wendig, New York Times bestselling author of Invasive and Blackbirds
"A thrilling, noodle-bending adventure that keeps readers guessing until the very end." -- Kirkus
"Wildly entertaining. . . . the relentless pacing, richly developed characters, and brilliant ending make this apocalyptic speculative thriller an undeniable page-turner." -- Publishers Weekly
"With The Oracle Year, Soule has created something truly special, both a globe-spanning thriller, and a razor-witted look at the modern human condition. The Oracle Year is easily one of the best debuts I've read in years." -- Scott Snyder, New York Times bestselling author of Wytches, Batman, and A.D.
"Soule's background in comics shows in this dark, rollicking tale." -- Booklist
"This volatile and unpredictable novel will entertain and keep you guessing until the very end." -- New York Journal of Books
"The Oracle Year has all of the elements of a straight-ahead action thriller, while exploring faith, politics, and personal responsibility with heart and a sly, satirical wit straight out of the funny pages." -- Barnes & Noble Sci-Fi Blog