(is that or is that not a spectacular cover)
Albany and her twin sister, Brooklyn, have gotten more comfortable in the superhero world. But when Blaze starts acting secretive and weird monsters attack, the girls realize there is more going on that they still don’t know about. Before long, they discover that Blaze is hiding something—or someone. With FOE still hiding in the shadows, the girls must decide who they can trust… before it’s too late.
- Really fun and cool in general
Honestly, this is just a hard book to not like. It’s fun adventures with superheroes, a lot of different settings, great characters and neat concepts all thrown together in a lil novel together. It’s a really light, awesome book to read if you want a fun story.
Yeah, I’m always a sucker for characters, and this book has a whole boatload of really different, awesome cast members.
The twins, our heroic leads as always. Maddie is always adorable. Anvil I like more in this book (the cookie makin’ tough dude). Buuuut as always Blaze is my favorite. He’s awesome.
- Fast moving and twisty
Loootsa stuff happening so there’s no space for boredom. Also plenty of twists which I am not allowed to talk about. –covers mouth-
But yeah, FOE has plenty of tricks up their sleeve. O.o
Good people, good messages, no language or other stuffs like that. So yeah, it works for a wide range of audiences that way so it’s cool. 🙂
- More answers
I’ve been kind of hanging hope on the theory that we’d get more backstory on our favorite characters (Blaze, Jen and Anvil, for the most part) and that we’d figure out what the heck was up with all the stolen memories from the last book. Aaaand while this was a fun adventure and we got a little bit of backstory I STILL WANT MORE. (Obviously it’s gonna happen in a future book and I’m looking forward to that but that was my main disappointment.
- Could have gone more in-depth, writing wise
Honestly, for the genre, this isn’t as much of an actual problem and more of a personal preference. But I kind of would have liked just a leeetle more descriptions and like . . . more pushing of the characters and super hard choices that need to be made? Maybe I’m just trying to find nitpicks and have been watching Mission Impossible for too long. xD
A really awesome, fun, twisty superhero story that’s great for everyone.
Cool! And no problem, I love hearing the nerdy answers.
Good choice, Anvil’s definitely a hero. (A hero with cookies too, so hey bonus.)
Ah, it’s always good to have a friend that knows just what you want anyway.
Cool! And with how much photography has to do with light, I honestly don’t know how I didn’t think of it before. xD
Ah, the truth has come out. XD
Monday, June 11th
Writefury– Character Interview and Lightporter Review (it’s-a me-a *wave*)
Dreams and Dragons– Twinepathy & Lightporter Reviews
Light and Shadows– Book spotlight & Author Interview
Tuesday, June 12th
Reading Anyone– Lightporter Review
Wednesday, June 13th
Home With Hummingbirds– Character Interview and Book Spotlight
Thursday, June 14th
Ashley Bogner– Author Interview
Faith Blum– Book Spotlight
The Page Dreamer (Deborah O’Carroll)– Lightporter Review
Friday, June 15th
Lights And Shadows– Friday 5s: IDIA Edition
Purely By Faith Reviews– Lightporter Review and Book Spotlight
Saturday, June 16th(Release day!)
Marlene Simonette– Lightporter Review and Book Spotlight
Dreams and Dragons– Character Interview
Elven Padawan– Lightporter Review
Hope you guys all have an awesome Monday! 😀