unOrdinary Volume 1 (Hardcover)

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unOrdinary Volume 1 (Hardcover)


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This is book number 1 in the unOrdinary series.

From WEBTOON, the #1 digital comic platform, comes unOrdinary, the popular, action-packed series about John, an ordinary teen trying to survive high school in a world where superpowers dictate social status, and betrayal and conspiracies make up every turn. 

**This hardcover edition features exclusive chibi case art!**

Nobody pays much attention to John—just a normal teenager at a high school where the social elite happen to possess unthinkable powers and abilities. John prefers it that way. The more he stays under the radar, and stays close to the Royal’s most powerful Ace, Seraphina, the safer he is in the halls of Wellston High.

But John has a secret past that threatens to bring down the school’s whole social order—and much more. And when the other students start to suspect John has something to hide, he becomes their latest target. Suddenly, John is pulled into a world of turf wars, betrayals, and deadly conspiracies. 

uru-chan (Chelsey Han) grew up in Acton, Massachusetts. She always had a love for manga and anime, and taught herself how to draw and write her own stories. As a teen, she enjoyed posting short comics online for others to read. Now, she is the creator of the action webcomic unOrdinary.

Twitter: @uruchanOFR

Instagram: @uru.chan

Product Details ISBN: 9780358467786
ISBN-10: 0358467780
Publisher: HarperAlley
Publication Date: November 7th, 2023
Pages: 336
Language: English
Series: unOrdinary

“Built around an enduring friendship, this engaging read adapted from a popular, long-running WEBTOON series offers an accessible exploration of fairness and justice…Readers will eagerly await the next volume of this superhero adventure.” — Kirkus Reviews

“A unique superhero story fused with sci-fi and fantasy elements that’ll delight many YA readers.” — School Library Journal

“A magnificently illustrated and entertaining first volume.” — Shelf Awareness