I'm so glad I finally picked up the next volume. I seriously can't get enough of Kamala Khan, she's my absolute favorite. I love everything about her.
I think that these volumes are just getting better and better and I can't wait to see were things will go. I need the next volume, as soon as I will get the chance to buy it. I want it right now but well...
This volume had so many great moments, that made me squeal and go awww....IT WAS AMAZING!!!!
Good writing, editing, getting facts right. That's not how any of this works.
It's like someone who was totally bored and/or hated Transformers wrote this, and just wanted it done as quickly as possible without any fact checking.
Burn it. Burn it with fire.
Or, y'know, read it if you want to be totally misinformed as to what happened before, with a bridge between Phase 1 and Phase 2 that leaves out much of the important information.
First off, Norm Macdonald did such a great job with this book. In the beginning when he was doing the voices of a young man, an older man, his father - they were all just great. He should really look into doing more audiobook narrations.
And speaking of the beginning of the book. I was feeling so sorry for Norm's family and the family friend with the squirrel. When I started the book I was telling my husband (a huge Norm Macdonald fan), "He's hit rock bottom Danny. He's drinking, doing drugs, has no money, people are tripping him as he gets off stage. It's horrible." Danny said he hadn't heard a thing and he still liked him. Then the next chapters started and I was thinking, "Wait a minute that doesn't sound right." I went online and he wasn't even born where he said he was and he wasn't dirt poor. Norm was interviewed and he said that the only part that was true was when he said there was water in a river. So the next day, I get home and tell Danny it was all a lie - or not really a lie, fiction.
Norm does use living people in this book especially his friend Adam Eget who according to the book was giving hand jobs under a bridge when Norm made him his ASSistant. The difference between ASSistant and assistant went on a little too long.
Overall, I loved the book. I'm listening to this book and trying not to smile and laugh like a loon while I'm on the train. The gambling bit went on way too long too but other than that, a real funny book of fiction.
Wow, I just did not enjoy this book at all. The main character is just walked all over by seemingly everyone and just takes it. When she finds out who did her wrong or confronts people who are overly mean, she does pretty much nothing except mumble under her breath. Now, if it were me, there would be a HUGE amount of swearing, some cake throwing or whatever is handy, maybe hair pulling and scratching faces of a certain someone in this book - but definitely the first two. I didn't care for anybody in this book.