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Super Nobody (Alphas and Omegas Book 1) Kindle Edition
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In my opinion, there were a few things that weakened the book. For example, Meske sets the book in the future, but the main character's best friend (Charlotte) is hooked on the popular stuff from our time period (and before). Between all of her talking and sharing of "old time" favorites and the fact that nothing else is really different in the surrounding world, I kept wondering why Meske chose this time period. It would've been just as effective to set it in 2015 and then give some imaginary background information about the whole superhero gene. The updated e-reader isn't vitally important to the plot, and could simply revert to the conventional type or be introduced as a prototype.
The second half of the book didn't hold my attention as well as the first half. I got confused when the protagonist visited some kind of underground school and then the whole revelation about the Alphas and Omegas seemed rushed. Introducing this background information at the beginning of the book would've helped to set up the structure for later. I also found the second half of the book too intense with encounter after encounter and little downtime in-between.
Meske is a talented writer and, I believe, that once this series is a little more polished and the plot tightened, it will be popular among the middle grades.
I RECEIVED A FREE COPY OF THIS BOOK IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW.
Thank you for writing something I can enjoy.
I enjoyed this book and have already read the others in the series. It's not really a 'happy' book, but it wasn't completely depressing either. I recommend!