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Released: December 29th 2020
Genre: Young Adult
Series: DC Icons #5
Published by Random House Books for Young Readers
“Very Handmaid’s Tale!”~ Under the Covers
I was so excited to read this book! First, I’ve wanted to continue reading this series but somehow I keep forgetting to. And second because the Black Canary is not necessarily one of the most commonly featured superheroes and I couldn’t wait to see how this story would be twisted.
If you’re looking for a young adult that features some very relevant modern day issues and twists them into the story of this dystopian world, I think you’ll enjoy this one. Very Handmaid’s Tale!
And while the concept of this book and the “world building” was what kept me reading, I wanted the characters to be fleshed out just a bit more. They felt one dimensional and we didn’t get to explore them as much as I was hoping.
It started out really great and I got invested so I definitely would’ve liked to see more character development. Still, this was an entertaining and fast read and I’ll certainly be on the lookout for more books from this author.
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