In this installment of the Wildcard Universe, Maryam Shahidi experiments with the power of growing thirty feet tall by striding through local football games.

  • Excerpt

    A larger frame required more strength to carry itself around, much less be able to move or run or do anything at all. There had been cases of wild-card victims who’d grown to twelve, fifteen, twenty feet—but still maintained the proportional muscle mass and strength of a normal human. They were incapacitated. They couldn’t move. But some got the strength they needed, and it made them powerful. 

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