Publish date: March 20th 2011
Pages no: 51
Edition language: English
Series: Talent Chronicles
Wow, I don't know what I was expecting but it wasn't that! It was like the X-men meets an involuntary Hogwarts. Instead of a shorter graphic novel, it was a short story...and I kind of think this deserved to be the shorter graphic novel! Anyhow, it was good, I am not against reading more of it...
This has promise and even though it has been compared to X-Men will reserve judgement until finish book one [b:Hush Money|8768472|Hush Money (Talent Chronicles, #1)|Susan Bischoff|http://d202m5krfqbpi5.cloudfront.net/books/1281060077s/8768472.jpg|13641934] which am reading next.
This was a fun, but a little creepy short story about some talents who are currently in state school. Knowing what they are going through is making me understand Joss and her friends even more for doing all that they can staying FAR away from being found out! It also made me think that Joss' fathe...
A great intro to this series. Even though it was short, I connected to the characters and loved reading this story. It flowed really well, and you were swept up in this alternate universe, that could be quite scary. The only drawback, as I said, was the length. It was too short, I felt like I was je...
Part of [b:Kiss Me, Kill Me|10629471|Kiss Me, Kill Me (Includes Dulcie O'Neil, #1.5; Wild, #3)|H.P. Mallory|http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51ayluCREhL._SL75_.jpg|15538006]. This is a side story to the Talent Chronicles, but with different characters so you can still enjoy it without having ...