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Sunday, February 24, 2013

Super by Matthew Cody

Imagine a situation where super powers are normal and you, with no super powers are the freak.  Daniel Corrigan is a regular kid surrounded by superpower peers, how he develops his own coping mechanism and deals with the latest threat to Noble’s Green is the plot. 

This is a continuation of a coming of age for Daniel Corrigan.   Powerless, the first book in the series starts his story.   Not having read Powerless I can’t be sure but I suspect this book would read better if I had read Powerless first.   It works ok as a stand alone but context would have to be improved by reading the first book first. (redundancy rocks?)
Lots of tween acceptable action with Daniel taking a leading role in defending against the Shades. 

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