"I feel this work has a lot of intrigue for potential readers, and with its sharp, visual qualities, making a dystopian graphic novel makes a lot of sense," says Huneke.
"I think that my vision for the grim 2020's world built in the novel will fit extremely well into one of my favorite realms of literature, the graphic novel. I have been a huge fan of comic books for most of my life, and I owe them with my starting to read and create art (and writing) in my life; at four I began making my own comics, and I have yet to cease to read/write in some kind of medium. I am going to greatly enjoy this process and see where this work - which I think has innumerable possibilities - can take me. Anything's possible!"
There is no word yet on who will be penciling the graphic novel, or its title, but we are busting in anticipation to find out more.