Justice League: In Darkest Night

Version: Abridged
Author: Michael Jan Friedman
Narrator: Erik Bergmann
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Juvenile & Children's, Fiction & Literature, Fantasy
Publisher: Random House (Audio)
Published In: January 2003
# of Units: 2 CDs
Length: 2 hours
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Superman. Batman. Wonder Woman. Green Lantern. Hawkgirl. The Flash. Martian Manhunter.

Together they are the Justice League - sever super heroes working together to save the world.

In the middle of a battle pitting the Justice League against a solar-powered computer with a will of its own, Green Lantern blacks out. When he wakes up, he has the strangest feeling. Was he fighting evil in his unconsciousness or did something more sinister occur? An original story based on Cartoon Network's newest hit series.

Reviews (3)

Justice League: In Darkest Night

Written by Anonymous on July 9th, 2005

  • Book Rating: 4/5

Originally got the book for my son to listen to in the car and the whole family enjoyed it. The reader was wonderful and the sounds effects were great.

Justice League In the Darkest Hour

Written by Anonymous from Duncan, SC on May 23rd, 2005

  • Book Rating: 2/5

The story was very interesting to my 5 and 6 year old boys but...there were some overtones of "chemistry" if you know what I mean ...between the characters that I did not think should be in there. Would not really recommend if you do not want to hear about Martian Manhunters secret longings for women. Will not rent more Justice Leagues due to this.

JLA: In Darkest Night

Written by Kris Banwart on January 19th, 2005

  • Book Rating: 4/5

My three boys, ages 9,8, and 5, loved this book. It wasn't any story they had heard or seen before. Unfortunately, now I have it memorized. I love that these are on CD!

Author Details

Author Details

Friedman, Michael Jan

"Michael Jan Friedman, a New York Times bestselling author, has written twenty-two novels over the course of his career, including fifteen Star Trek and Star Trek: The Next Generation books. Friedman has also written more than 150 comic books, most of them for DC Comics.

His most prominent work to date is Reunion, the first Star Trek: The Next Generation hardcover. In 1991, Reunion was included by the New York City Library system on its recommended reading list. Friedman has been profiled by the New York Times, Newsday, CBS radio, and various television stations in the United States as well as by science fiction magazines around the world. He lives on Long Island with his wife and two sons."