Shock and Owe (Bookburners S2 Ep11) REVIEW

30738488Shock and Awe by Andrea Phillips

Published August 31st 2016

Genre: Urban Fantasy

Pages: 33

Source: Netgalley – in exchange for an honest review

The Bookburners face their worst nightmares.

This episode is the direct continuation of the last episode.

I could clearly see how Asanti changed in this last season. Everyone is on edge, arguing but it was wonderful to see the team working together.

I wasn’t expecting it but there was some character development in Monsignor Agiuli, it was really interesting. All the teams were featured in the episode and I loved to see them working together properly instead of what happened in the first season when Balloon and Stretch were still around.

Now I really want to read the next episode. I can’t wait to see how this season ends.

Rating: 4 stars


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