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Wonder Woman: Warbringer (DC Icons Series) Hardcover – August 29, 2017
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About the Author
LEIGH BARDUGO is the #1 New York Times bestselling and USA Today bestselling author of Six of Crows, Crooked Kingdom, and the Shadow and Bone Trilogy. She is the first author in the DC Icons Series, where the DC Comics super hero icons are written by megastar young adult authors. Forthcoming books include Batman by Marie Lu, Catwoman by Sarah J. Maas, and Superman by Matt de la Peña.
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I know next to nothing about Wonder Woman so this story was an amazing introduction to her character for me. I really loved Diana's character. She is brave, dedicated, and just wants to prove that she belongs. She struggles with not being like her sisters and being a mistake. While everyone other Amazon on the island lived a mortal life and died courageously in battle Diana didn't and many people on the island think she doesn't belong on Themyscira especially her mother's best friend Tek. Tek takes every chance she can to put Diana down. I hate Tek. I have a HUGE hatred for all characters who are bullies and especially adults picking on kids. Being the daughter of the Queen makes her life even harder because her mother can't come to her rescue without making both of them look weak.
I really loved Alia's character. She is very shy and very smart. I loved how Alia though she was dreaming or crazy when she was on Themyscira. Alia of course in the beginning doesn't believe she is a Warbringer but really starts to believe when she remembers all the fights that seem to break out around her for no reason. I can't imagine how it feels to feel responsible for making people hurt others. Alias has an over protective big brother called Jason who has been taking care of her since the death of their parents in a car crash. Jason is such a great brother but is so uptight and high strung. He has so much on his shoulders since the death of his parents. I found his character very intersecting. I loved Nim Alia's best friend. She was so unique and had just vibrant personality. Jason's best friend Theo was a hoot. I loved Nim and his banter.
This book had a great pace to it. There was never a point when I thought this book has too much action and not enough story or vice versa. Leight Bardugo is an amazing writer and has a way of making me connect and relate to her characters. I loved this book. If you love a good save the world story with fun characters and a great story I highly recommend this book.
Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
Content Rating: PG-13
Diss to Theseus aside, of course. :P
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