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Once again...a really good book that falls short because of a few key errors
Reviewed in the United States on May 14, 2020
1. Once again Peter manages to come up with a clever title that foreshadows what is to come. Peter again as is expected does a great job of "staying on topic" and bringing out the title/theme of the book.
2. New characters introduced again that contribute towards the overall theme of the book in meaningful ways. As usual, Peter does a great job of...how do I put it....of writing in such a way for each character that as you read what they're saying you "hear" what their saying. Like the language he uses is distinct for each character that's introduced in the third book of this series...just as it is for each of the superheroes that have been featured in this series.
3. I liked how the 2nd book introduced something that the first book needed....a challenge for the heroes. Well...this book takes it to a whole new level with the "final boss" that's featured during the last quarter of this book. It's nice to see the heroes struggle and work together to overcome these struggles.
1. Eh...not gonna go into details cause I don't want to spoil anything. But let's just say a relationship between 2 characters develops....yet for some reason Peter decided to fast-forward months later... (so we weren't able to see this relationship truly manifest itself). And in some instances...that's ok as long as the relationship that we are "fast-forwarded to" is focused on and featured enough in the book/movie/episode. But that's not the case here... in fact, it's easy to forget these 2 characters are even in a relationship...which bothers me because the last book chose to focus on an eh "friends with benefit" relationship that wasn't even that important to the overall story. So why not focus on this new one that is?