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Mockingbird Vol. 1: I Can Explain Paperback – November 1, 2016
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About the Author
After working as a creative director at a public relations firm in Portland for several years, Cain began writing humor books in her spare time, including The Hippie Handbook: How to Tie-Dye a T-Shirt, Flash a Peace Sign, and Other Essential Skills for the Carefree Life (Chronicle Books, 2004), Confessions of a Teen Sleuth (Bloomsbury, 2005), and Does this Cape Make Me Look Fat? Pop-Psychology for Superheroes (Chronicle Books, 2006), which Cain co-wrote with her husband. Cain also composed a weekly column for Portland's alternative newspaper, The Portland Mercury and started contributing to Portland's major daily, The Oregonian in 2003. when she left marketing behind to focus on writing full-time. Her last column with The Oregonian was posted on December 28, 2008.
She wrote her first thriller Heartsick in 2004, while pregnant with her daughter. It was published on September 4, 2007, and was an instant New York Times bestseller. Sweetheart and Evil at Heart, the second and third in the series, respectively, are also New York Times bestsellers.
Cain and her family currently reside in Portland, Oregon.
Top customer reviews
Well the first issue isn't exactly linear time wise and doesn't make a lot of sense, although it's fun seeing Hercules at the SHIELD walk in clinic. Get by that as an intro and it gets very entertaining.
Consciously clever writing means witty dialogue & storylines that trust you to catch the various background jokes, but the author is also willing to show Bobbi's mistakes and emotional flaws.
Definitely worth continuing on to Volume 2, though honestly, I'd read the last chapter found in Vol. 2 (a New Avengers story) and then read Vol 1 and the rest of Vol 2 in order. I think they needed the "padding" in Vol 2 because of the series' cancellation, but reading them in the order I just described makes a lot more interesting of an arc, especially if you're somewhat new to the character (as I was).
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Bobbi Morse, A.K.A Mockingbird, is a superhero. Not that her bosses at S.H.I.E.L.Read more