I'm not even sure what happened. All I know is that she's one of my least favorite rangers - sorry? Or I'm not? - but this had a color your own cover version, so, bam, snagged it.
It's actually more fun, and made me care far more for the character; Kimberly, on her own, without her ranger powers, has to save her mother, father, and the town they're now living in - in France *swoon, yeah, that helped* - which has been apparently overrun by monsters.
I found her less annoying on her own, and de-powered. Also more down to Earth: she was taking care of herself, and doing her best not to worry about her friends, and former superhero partners, while also caring about what happened to everyone in this town.
Fun, and I might just check out the rest of the series eventually. When I have more time than I do now.
I liked this less than volume three. It isn't even that it's less well written. Well, I do think volume three was a little tighter plot wise, so, yes, volume two was less well written - but not by much. The characters were still incredibly richly, the plot was far from bad, and I overall enjoyed this. Given that three gets darker, and this is what I truly like, however, I'm thinking of skipping volume one and moving right onto what comes after volume three, though.
Short review because catching up and I still have looooads of school work. I do have a light week next week - just some reading - but I want to get started on bigger projects that are due later next week, as well.
So it'll be short reviews as I catch up.