Official Review: The Crashers by Magen Cubed

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Re: Official Review: The Crashers by Magen Cubed

Post by Sarah G » 16 Oct 2018, 12:08

Sahani Nimandra wrote:
16 Oct 2018, 03:24
I'm impressed with this review, and I'm not surprised that this read won your heart: it's evident in your work. Sounds like an interesting fantasy read. Thank you for your review!
Thanks for the feedback :-). Yeh I really enjoyed this book. There are some books you get to read which make you feel so lucky for this opportunity :-)
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Post by Sarah G » 16 Oct 2018, 12:10

Cotwani wrote:
16 Oct 2018, 05:48
The premise sounds intriguing. I like that the author is able to delve into intense themes without making them the focus of the book. Great review!
Thanks for your feedback. It was refreshing to see the themes dealt with as something that is normal under the circumstances.
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Post by Sarah G » 16 Oct 2018, 12:12

Debjani Ghosh wrote:
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but don’t expect your normal superhero spandex and cape.
These few words have me sold on to add this book to my TR list. Great review!
I know right! It really was refreshing to see people reacting how most of us would to super powers. Not everyone wants to use them. Some just want to be normal again.
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Post by stacie k » 16 Oct 2018, 17:33

The Camden Five are a diverse bunch! I’d like to see how they respond to their newfound superpowers. The author seems to have done a great job with character development and a unique plot line. Well done review!
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Post by Sarah G » 17 Oct 2018, 02:12

stacie k wrote:
16 Oct 2018, 17:33
The Camden Five are a diverse bunch! I’d like to see how they respond to their newfound superpowers. The author seems to have done a great job with character development and a unique plot line. Well done review!
Yet they really are. I think the diversity of the characters made it more interesting when they all react differently to the news. Thanks for your feedback :-)
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Post by LV2R » 20 Oct 2018, 03:57

Wow! You stated that this was the best book you have read from OBC so far. That makes me want to read it for sure. I find it interesting that the "Camden Five" that survived the train bombing ends up with superpowers, and the story is told from each of their perspectives.

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Post by Sarah G » 22 Oct 2018, 11:51

LV2R wrote:
20 Oct 2018, 03:57
Wow! You stated that this was the best book you have read from OBC so far. That makes me want to read it for sure. I find it interesting that the "Camden Five" that survived the train bombing ends up with superpowers, and the story is told from each of their perspectives.
Thanks for your feedback :-). A really good page turned that I didn't want to finish
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Post by Espie » 02 Nov 2018, 22:51

It seems like this book takes the thought that "things happen for a reason" a notch higher than normal; if an accident can give one a superpower, it shouldn't be that bad at all anymore. Thank you for your descriptive review.
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Post by fernsmom » 02 Nov 2018, 23:41

Great review and sounds like I would like the book. What an interesting concept, the "Could it possibly that the train crash gave them superpowers." Want to see what that is about!

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