Listen to the podcast episode here–> https://open.spotify.com/episode/0rE7ofVqG45R6ULaws1Iep
Bestselling author and award-winning screenwriter, Dwain Worrell, spoke to me about making the move from the writers’ room to the cafe, the art and science of suspense, and his debut novel ANDRONE.
Dwain Worrell is an award-winning Marvel and Disney+ TV producer, filmmaker, and novelist whose writing credits include Marvel’s Iron Fist, CBS’s Fire Country, Amazon Studios’ The Wall, and the Disney+ series National Treasure, among others. Dwain also worked as a translator of Mandarin Chinese in Beijing for nearly a decade.
His bestselling debut novel, Androne, is described as a “… near future … highly cinematic and propulsive story [centered] around a terrifying event called the Ninety-Nine, where all major military installations on Earth [are] eviscerated, heralding humanity’s start of a war with an unknown enemy.”
Niels Arden Oplev, Director of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo called the book “A crazy-cool ride into the unknown …. [Androne] reads like a high-end videogame on steroids with a destiny of Shakespearean magnitude.”
Publishers Weekly wrote, “… taut intrigue … reels readers into a thrilling yet thoughtful narrative about the futility of war and the cost of doing the right thing…”