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Apathetic Avengers

The Faction Stories, Book 1
Narrated by: Jamie Dufault
Length: 6 hrs and 6 mins
Categories: Young Adults, Ages 11-13
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The only thing Rachel Hingis hated more than swimming was having to play well with others. Edgar Fern, nerd extraordinaire, couldn't find anyone to play with. Life would have been just fine if they never crossed paths.

Instead, they collided.

The victims of an accidental experiment deep in the corn fields of Iowa, they and four others - Alex, Celeste, Laura and Susan - were changed, and not necessarily for the better. As a mysterious group (insert sinister title here) starts to pick off Red Bug's students, they have a choice to make: become victims, or become heroes.

The bumpy road to being a masked avenger is fraught with conflict, mystery, explosions - and freezees.

©2013 Jennifer Stevens & Orry Benevides (P)2016 Jennifer Stevens & Orry Benevides

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  • Pam
  • 09-09-19

Super Hero Comic Story of Six Young Teens

Book: Apathetic Avengers The Faction Stories Book 1
Authors: J Rose Alexander and Aurora Zahni
Narrator: Jamie Dufault

This book reminded me of those books where you chose you story but still end up with a great ending. Each chapter is like it's own story which begins weaving in a new story from another character till you basically get to the end.

This is definitely a young adult genre book. So don't judge it to harass as it has the flare for Judy Blum with some great movie feels like "The Breakfast Club" or "Speed" or other 80 movies. It made me laugh and had me on edge of seat.

We meet six teenagers in detention. Each one has a super power and you have to read to find out what they have but I will say they are blended just right. These teens end up working together and though the outcome is not always what you expect it makes this a fun book. In real life everything does not always work out smoothly so it really makes this book work.

I am lucky I don't have to wait to read the next! I can't wait to see what this bunch of teens does next.

The narrator did a great job on this book as well.