Review: Six Pack: Emergence

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Title: Six Pack: Emergence

Author: B.W. Morris

Stars: ★★★★

If you liked Runaways (comic or show), Six Pack: Emergence gives a grittier science fiction edge where it’s not just their parents involved but the government too. Dystopian to the nth, this novel draws a group of friends into a strange arena. They each have their different quarrels about being involved – or about the conspiracy they face.

Of all the perspectives, I enjoyed Tyler’s the most – probably due to my love of Charles Xavier, but the ring of First Class won me over to even those I wasn’t entirely thrilled with at first.

Perspectives switch around in this book between the main cast. At times, the close third person veers somewhat loosely back and forth, but the major shifts stick to the chapters. There are a few -ed /-ing errors, but they’re few and far between.

All in all, I’d highly recommend this book.

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