Pitched as X-Men meets Ocean's Eleven. A group of underground high-class thieves with super powers become embroiled in a deadly race against the government to find the formula for the vaccine that gave them their powers.
Pitched as X-Men meets Ocean's Eleven.
A group of underground high-class thieves with super powers become embroiled in a deadly race against the government to find the formula for the vaccine that gave them their powers.
Pages no: 416
Edition language: English
This was billed on Goodreads as The X-Men meets Ocean's Eleven in this edge-of-your-seat sci-fi adventure about a band of "super" criminals. For the most part it delivered on that claim. The superhero elements of the story and the world building was very good. The plot was interesting, even if I do ...
Initial Thoughts: This started out slow and did not pick up until the last quarterish of the book. It is an Interesting take on a semi dystopian world, though. Synopsis: When the MK virus swept across the planet, a vaccine was created to stop the epidemic, but it came with some unexpected si...
Well, it is a lot like X-Men and Ocean’s Eleven at its bare bones. Oh, the plot is good. If you like action and reading about action this is your book. Me though? While I might like watching Bruce Willis blow up things on the big screen, it doesn’t really work so much in a book unless I feel...
As the blurb suggests, this was the perfect blend of Ocean’s Eleven style thievery with X-Men style characters. To me, this book felt very similar to Steelheart by Brandon Sanderson, but with slightly stronger characters. I enjoyed the criminal parts of this book, but I didn’t feel like we got a ver...
Note: I received an eARC of this title in exchange for an honest review. My thoughts and opinions were not affected because of this. Illusive by Emily Lloyd-Jones was a thrilling story. She created an intriguing futuristic, dystopian world where a vaccination caused an “unexpected side effect” in ...
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