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Jo from Kingsclere, Hampshire, UK from Kingsclere, Hampshire, UK

Reader Jo from Kingsclere, Hampshire, UK

Jo from Kingsclere, Hampshire, UK

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It's a cross between the talkie I Am Number Four (never read the book) and Prickle, a offbeat by BJ Rowley. This book will really appeal to youngsters (my youngest woman read it in two sittings). If you liked the Peak Ride continuity, this book has a similar plot - youngsters with superpowers are out to save the world. There are going to be more books so the questions - will Mike find and save his mommy? Will Taylor come to braces with her evil twin? and others will be answered.

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Disappointed conclude to a series I very much enjoyed.

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ok, so not the best written book ever, but i loved the relation of port central l.a., the racial politics between blacks and asians, and the back story of the internment. plus the main crasis is a homosexual without it being a Homosexual Book.

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Dainty engrossing- in intellect analysis of "retribution of the jerks" "freeks and geeks" and goes into the origin of the term "nerd"- the author also consultations about his own era, torture chambers and wyverns, anime, etc. funny and fact-filled