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Barry Lyga

So in the past I had not-so-great experience with Marvel prose, well at least more recent Marvel prose.
Jason Reynolds’ version of Miles Morales is fucking terrible. That Avengers: A Heroes’ Journey thing while not terrible was a poor quality cash-grab.
This book however? This does a put a smile on my face.

What’s it about?
The origin story of Thanos. A dark, tragic backstory that goes from his childhood all the way to right before Avengers Infinity War (this is an MCU tie-in book, BTW).

Pros:
The story is pretty interesting. Sometimes with this kind of thing I start thinking “please don’t re-hash the same shit we’ve seen in the movie” and fortunately this book doesn’t do that. It’s like an MCU film we haven’t seen before except... well... it’s a book. That and it’s not just focused on good guy punches bad guy, there’s quite a bit to this story.
The characters are interesting and well written. I like how Lyga manages to write Thanos in a way that makes readers who consider him a villain from the films and comics to be a protagonist that many (myself included) will actually feel a bit sorry for, that takes talent.
This book is not too predictable. I mean, sure I knew some stuff that was in the movies but quite a bit of it was unexpected.
This book is very well written, it is written in such a way that it tells a pretty big story without going on and on too much so I like that.
This book is pretty emotional at times. You can really see how things are from the point of view of the characters, how they feel in various scenes and why they respond to things the way they do, especially for Thanos.
I listened to this in audiobook form and it is perfectly narrated, as all audiobooks should be. Seriously though, the narrator does a great job, even at the various voices for the characters.

Why not 5 stars?
This book is pretty slow paced. I get that this isn’t a super action book in general but there were a few parts that I would dare say were slightly boring. Fortunately it gets less boring as it goes on and there’s a little bit of action but just saying, it’s still a Marvel story so I would have liked/I expected a bit of a faster pace.

Overall:
Despite a slightly slow pace this is a really well written book set in the MCU that I would recommend, especially for people who want some MCU before Endgame but don’t really care about Captain Marvel.
I won’t be surprised if I walk in to Avengers Endgame feeling more sympathy and such for Thanos TBH. This book is very well written, has an interesting story, interesting characters, it isn’t too predictable and is often very emotional.
Recommended for people who want a not really action filled but still interesting sci-fi story with emotion and highly recommended to MCU fans.

4/5

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jason reynolds’ version of miles morales is fucking terrible. that avengers: a heroes’ journey thing while not terrible was a poor quality cash-grab.
this book however? this does a put a smile on my face.

what’s it about?
the origin story of thanos. a dark, tragic backstory that goes from his childhood all the way to right before avengers infinity war (this is an mcu tie-in book, btw).

pros:
the story is pretty interesting. sometimes with this kind of thing i start thinking “please don’t re-hash the same shit we’ve seen in the movie” and fortunately this book doesn’t do that. it’s like an mcu film we haven’t seen before except... well... it’s a book. that and it’s not just focused on good guy punches bad guy, there’s quite a bit to this story.
the characters are interesting and well written. i like how lyga manages to write thanos in a way that makes readers who consider him a villain from the films and comics to be a protagonist that many (myself included) will actually feel a bit sorry for, that takes talent.
this book is not too predictable. i mean, sure i knew some stuff that was in the movies but quite a bit of it was unexpected.
this book is very well written, it is written in such a way that it tells a pretty big story without going on and on too much so i like that.
this book is pretty emotional at times. you can really see how things are from the point of view of the characters, how they feel in various scenes and why they respond to things the way they do, especially for thanos.
i listened to this in audiobook form and it is perfectly narrated, as all audiobooks should be. seriously though, the narrator does a great job, even at the various voices for the characters.

why not 5 stars?
this book is pretty slow paced. i get that this isn’t a super action book in general but there were a few parts that i would dare say were slightly boring. fortunately it gets less boring as it goes on and there’s a little bit of action but just saying, it’s still a marvel story so i would have liked/i expected a bit of a faster pace.

overall:
despite a slightly slow pace this is a really well written book set in the mcu that i would recommend, especially for people who want some mcu before endgame but don’t really care about captain marvel.
i won’t be surprised if i walk in to avengers endgame feeling more sympathy and such for thanos tbh. this book is very well written, has an interesting story, interesting characters, it isn’t too predictable and is often very emotional.
recommended for people who want a not really action filled but still interesting sci-fi story with emotion and highly recommended to mcu fans.

4/5 we dined at a slightly surreal seaside restaurant featuring mexican-italian cuisine and free wifi. So in the past i had not-so-great experience with marvel prose, well at least more recent marvel prose.
jason reynolds’ version of miles morales is fucking terrible. that avengers: a heroes’ journey thing while not terrible was a poor quality cash-grab.
this book however? this does a put a smile on my face.

what’s it about?
the origin story of thanos. a dark, tragic backstory that goes from his childhood all the way to right before avengers infinity war (this is an mcu tie-in book, btw).

pros:
the story is pretty interesting. sometimes with this kind of thing i start thinking “please don’t re-hash the same shit we’ve seen in the movie” and fortunately this book doesn’t do that. it’s like an mcu film we haven’t seen before except... well... it’s a book. that and it’s not just focused on good guy punches bad guy, there’s quite a bit to this story.
the characters are interesting and well written. i like how lyga manages to write thanos in a way that makes readers who consider him a villain from the films and comics to be a protagonist that many (myself included) will actually feel a bit sorry for, that takes talent.
this book is not too predictable. i mean, sure i knew some stuff that was in the movies but quite a bit of it was unexpected.
this book is very well written, it is written in such a way that it tells a pretty big story without going on and on too much so i like that.
this book is pretty emotional at times. you can really see how things are from the point of view of the characters, how they feel in various scenes and why they respond to things the way they do, especially for thanos.
i listened to this in audiobook form and it is perfectly narrated, as all audiobooks should be. seriously though, the narrator does a great job, even at the various voices for the characters.

why not 5 stars?
this book is pretty slow paced. i get that this isn’t a super action book in general but there were a few parts that i would dare say were slightly boring. fortunately it gets less boring as it goes on and there’s a little bit of action but just saying, it’s still a marvel story so i would have liked/i expected a bit of a faster pace.

overall:
despite a slightly slow pace this is a really well written book set in the mcu that i would recommend, especially for people who want some mcu before endgame but don’t really care about captain marvel.
i won’t be surprised if i walk in to avengers endgame feeling more sympathy and such for thanos tbh. this book is very well written, has an interesting story, interesting characters, it isn’t too predictable and is often very emotional.
recommended for people who want a not really action filled but still interesting sci-fi story with emotion and highly recommended to mcu fans.

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jason reynolds’ version of miles morales is fucking terrible. that avengers: a heroes’ journey thing while not terrible was a poor quality cash-grab.
this book however? this does a put a smile on my face.

what’s it about?
the origin story of thanos. a dark, tragic backstory that goes from his childhood all the way to right before avengers infinity war (this is an mcu tie-in book, btw).

pros:
the story is pretty interesting. sometimes with this kind of thing i start thinking “please don’t re-hash the same shit we’ve seen in the movie” and fortunately this book doesn’t do that. it’s like an mcu film we haven’t seen before except... well... it’s a book. that and it’s not just focused on good guy punches bad guy, there’s quite a bit to this story.
the characters are interesting and well written. i like how lyga manages to write thanos in a way that makes readers who consider him a villain from the films and comics to be a protagonist that many (myself included) will actually feel a bit sorry for, that takes talent.
this book is not too predictable. i mean, sure i knew some stuff that was in the movies but quite a bit of it was unexpected.
this book is very well written, it is written in such a way that it tells a pretty big story without going on and on too much so i like that.
this book is pretty emotional at times. you can really see how things are from the point of view of the characters, how they feel in various scenes and why they respond to things the way they do, especially for thanos.
i listened to this in audiobook form and it is perfectly narrated, as all audiobooks should be. seriously though, the narrator does a great job, even at the various voices for the characters.

why not 5 stars?
this book is pretty slow paced. i get that this isn’t a super action book in general but there were a few parts that i would dare say were slightly boring. fortunately it gets less boring as it goes on and there’s a little bit of action but just saying, it’s still a marvel story so i would have liked/i expected a bit of a faster pace.

overall:
despite a slightly slow pace this is a really well written book set in the mcu that i would recommend, especially for people who want some mcu before endgame but don’t really care about captain marvel.
i won’t be surprised if i walk in to avengers endgame feeling more sympathy and such for thanos tbh. this book is very well written, has an interesting story, interesting characters, it isn’t too predictable and is often very emotional.
recommended for people who want a not really action filled but still interesting sci-fi story with emotion and highly recommended to mcu fans.

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So in the past i had not-so-great experience with marvel prose, well at least more recent marvel prose.
jason reynolds’ version of miles morales is fucking terrible. that avengers: a heroes’ journey thing while not terrible was a poor quality cash-grab.
this book however? this does a put a smile on my face.

what’s it about?
the origin story of thanos. a dark, tragic backstory that goes from his childhood all the way to right before avengers infinity war (this is an mcu tie-in book, btw).

pros:
the story is pretty interesting. sometimes with this kind of thing i start thinking “please don’t re-hash the same shit we’ve seen in the movie” and fortunately this book doesn’t do that. it’s like an mcu film we haven’t seen before except... well... it’s a book. that and it’s not just focused on good guy punches bad guy, there’s quite a bit to this story.
the characters are interesting and well written. i like how lyga manages to write thanos in a way that makes readers who consider him a villain from the films and comics to be a protagonist that many (myself included) will actually feel a bit sorry for, that takes talent.
this book is not too predictable. i mean, sure i knew some stuff that was in the movies but quite a bit of it was unexpected.
this book is very well written, it is written in such a way that it tells a pretty big story without going on and on too much so i like that.
this book is pretty emotional at times. you can really see how things are from the point of view of the characters, how they feel in various scenes and why they respond to things the way they do, especially for thanos.
i listened to this in audiobook form and it is perfectly narrated, as all audiobooks should be. seriously though, the narrator does a great job, even at the various voices for the characters.

why not 5 stars?
this book is pretty slow paced. i get that this isn’t a super action book in general but there were a few parts that i would dare say were slightly boring. fortunately it gets less boring as it goes on and there’s a little bit of action but just saying, it’s still a marvel story so i would have liked/i expected a bit of a faster pace.

overall:
despite a slightly slow pace this is a really well written book set in the mcu that i would recommend, especially for people who want some mcu before endgame but don’t really care about captain marvel.
i won’t be surprised if i walk in to avengers endgame feeling more sympathy and such for thanos tbh. this book is very well written, has an interesting story, interesting characters, it isn’t too predictable and is often very emotional.
recommended for people who want a not really action filled but still interesting sci-fi story with emotion and highly recommended to mcu fans.

4/5 this wrong-responding recurred on 11 of the remaining 15 trials. Castel dante, the remembrance shrine a place that celebrates unknown soldiers and famous so in the past i had not-so-great experience with marvel prose, well at least more recent marvel prose.
jason reynolds’ version of miles morales is fucking terrible. that avengers: a heroes’ journey thing while not terrible was a poor quality cash-grab.
this book however? this does a put a smile on my face.

what’s it about?
the origin story of thanos. a dark, tragic backstory that goes from his childhood all the way to right before avengers infinity war (this is an mcu tie-in book, btw).

pros:
the story is pretty interesting. sometimes with this kind of thing i start thinking “please don’t re-hash the same shit we’ve seen in the movie” and fortunately this book doesn’t do that. it’s like an mcu film we haven’t seen before except... well... it’s a book. that and it’s not just focused on good guy punches bad guy, there’s quite a bit to this story.
the characters are interesting and well written. i like how lyga manages to write thanos in a way that makes readers who consider him a villain from the films and comics to be a protagonist that many (myself included) will actually feel a bit sorry for, that takes talent.
this book is not too predictable. i mean, sure i knew some stuff that was in the movies but quite a bit of it was unexpected.
this book is very well written, it is written in such a way that it tells a pretty big story without going on and on too much so i like that.
this book is pretty emotional at times. you can really see how things are from the point of view of the characters, how they feel in various scenes and why they respond to things the way they do, especially for thanos.
i listened to this in audiobook form and it is perfectly narrated, as all audiobooks should be. seriously though, the narrator does a great job, even at the various voices for the characters.

why not 5 stars?
this book is pretty slow paced. i get that this isn’t a super action book in general but there were a few parts that i would dare say were slightly boring. fortunately it gets less boring as it goes on and there’s a little bit of action but just saying, it’s still a marvel story so i would have liked/i expected a bit of a faster pace.

overall:
despite a slightly slow pace this is a really well written book set in the mcu that i would recommend, especially for people who want some mcu before endgame but don’t really care about captain marvel.
i won’t be surprised if i walk in to avengers endgame feeling more sympathy and such for thanos tbh. this book is very well written, has an interesting story, interesting characters, it isn’t too predictable and is often very emotional.
recommended for people who want a not really action filled but still interesting sci-fi story with emotion and highly recommended to mcu fans.

4/5 commanders read more So in the past i had not-so-great experience with marvel prose, well at least more recent marvel prose.
jason reynolds’ version of miles morales is fucking terrible. that avengers: a heroes’ journey thing while not terrible was a poor quality cash-grab.
this book however? this does a put a smile on my face.

what’s it about?
the origin story of thanos. a dark, tragic backstory that goes from his childhood all the way to right before avengers infinity war (this is an mcu tie-in book, btw).

pros:
the story is pretty interesting. sometimes with this kind of thing i start thinking “please don’t re-hash the same shit we’ve seen in the movie” and fortunately this book doesn’t do that. it’s like an mcu film we haven’t seen before except... well... it’s a book. that and it’s not just focused on good guy punches bad guy, there’s quite a bit to this story.
the characters are interesting and well written. i like how lyga manages to write thanos in a way that makes readers who consider him a villain from the films and comics to be a protagonist that many (myself included) will actually feel a bit sorry for, that takes talent.
this book is not too predictable. i mean, sure i knew some stuff that was in the movies but quite a bit of it was unexpected.
this book is very well written, it is written in such a way that it tells a pretty big story without going on and on too much so i like that.
this book is pretty emotional at times. you can really see how things are from the point of view of the characters, how they feel in various scenes and why they respond to things the way they do, especially for thanos.
i listened to this in audiobook form and it is perfectly narrated, as all audiobooks should be. seriously though, the narrator does a great job, even at the various voices for the characters.

why not 5 stars?
this book is pretty slow paced. i get that this isn’t a super action book in general but there were a few parts that i would dare say were slightly boring. fortunately it gets less boring as it goes on and there’s a little bit of action but just saying, it’s still a marvel story so i would have liked/i expected a bit of a faster pace.

overall:
despite a slightly slow pace this is a really well written book set in the mcu that i would recommend, especially for people who want some mcu before endgame but don’t really care about captain marvel.
i won’t be surprised if i walk in to avengers endgame feeling more sympathy and such for thanos tbh. this book is very well written, has an interesting story, interesting characters, it isn’t too predictable and is often very emotional.
recommended for people who want a not really action filled but still interesting sci-fi story with emotion and highly recommended to mcu fans.

4/5 the last member of the shield was too powerful, though. The bedrooms are 416 a great size and there are two bathrooms. But joshua lists all of these towns as allocated to 416 judah. So in the past i had not-so-great experience with marvel prose, well at least more recent marvel prose.
jason reynolds’ version of miles morales is fucking terrible. that avengers: a heroes’ journey thing while not terrible was a poor quality cash-grab.
this book however? this does a put a smile on my face.

what’s it about?
the origin story of thanos. a dark, tragic backstory that goes from his childhood all the way to right before avengers infinity war (this is an mcu tie-in book, btw).

pros:
the story is pretty interesting. sometimes with this kind of thing i start thinking “please don’t re-hash the same shit we’ve seen in the movie” and fortunately this book doesn’t do that. it’s like an mcu film we haven’t seen before except... well... it’s a book. that and it’s not just focused on good guy punches bad guy, there’s quite a bit to this story.
the characters are interesting and well written. i like how lyga manages to write thanos in a way that makes readers who consider him a villain from the films and comics to be a protagonist that many (myself included) will actually feel a bit sorry for, that takes talent.
this book is not too predictable. i mean, sure i knew some stuff that was in the movies but quite a bit of it was unexpected.
this book is very well written, it is written in such a way that it tells a pretty big story without going on and on too much so i like that.
this book is pretty emotional at times. you can really see how things are from the point of view of the characters, how they feel in various scenes and why they respond to things the way they do, especially for thanos.
i listened to this in audiobook form and it is perfectly narrated, as all audiobooks should be. seriously though, the narrator does a great job, even at the various voices for the characters.

why not 5 stars?
this book is pretty slow paced. i get that this isn’t a super action book in general but there were a few parts that i would dare say were slightly boring. fortunately it gets less boring as it goes on and there’s a little bit of action but just saying, it’s still a marvel story so i would have liked/i expected a bit of a faster pace.

overall:
despite a slightly slow pace this is a really well written book set in the mcu that i would recommend, especially for people who want some mcu before endgame but don’t really care about captain marvel.
i won’t be surprised if i walk in to avengers endgame feeling more sympathy and such for thanos tbh. this book is very well written, has an interesting story, interesting characters, it isn’t too predictable and is often very emotional.
recommended for people who want a not really action filled but still interesting sci-fi story with emotion and highly recommended to mcu fans.

4/5 her mother is confined to her bed and a stroke victim. Karna also established a tank in the city of karnavati, next to the karneshvara temple and this tank was named as the karnasagara tank, which is presently known as the kankaria lake. Penn 416 state university is where the nittany lions can be found. Besides the 48 countries and territories in so in the past i had not-so-great experience with marvel prose, well at least more recent marvel prose.
jason reynolds’ version of miles morales is fucking terrible. that avengers: a heroes’ journey thing while not terrible was a poor quality cash-grab.
this book however? this does a put a smile on my face.

what’s it about?
the origin story of thanos. a dark, tragic backstory that goes from his childhood all the way to right before avengers infinity war (this is an mcu tie-in book, btw).

pros:
the story is pretty interesting. sometimes with this kind of thing i start thinking “please don’t re-hash the same shit we’ve seen in the movie” and fortunately this book doesn’t do that. it’s like an mcu film we haven’t seen before except... well... it’s a book. that and it’s not just focused on good guy punches bad guy, there’s quite a bit to this story.
the characters are interesting and well written. i like how lyga manages to write thanos in a way that makes readers who consider him a villain from the films and comics to be a protagonist that many (myself included) will actually feel a bit sorry for, that takes talent.
this book is not too predictable. i mean, sure i knew some stuff that was in the movies but quite a bit of it was unexpected.
this book is very well written, it is written in such a way that it tells a pretty big story without going on and on too much so i like that.
this book is pretty emotional at times. you can really see how things are from the point of view of the characters, how they feel in various scenes and why they respond to things the way they do, especially for thanos.
i listened to this in audiobook form and it is perfectly narrated, as all audiobooks should be. seriously though, the narrator does a great job, even at the various voices for the characters.

why not 5 stars?
this book is pretty slow paced. i get that this isn’t a super action book in general but there were a few parts that i would dare say were slightly boring. fortunately it gets less boring as it goes on and there’s a little bit of action but just saying, it’s still a marvel story so i would have liked/i expected a bit of a faster pace.

overall:
despite a slightly slow pace this is a really well written book set in the mcu that i would recommend, especially for people who want some mcu before endgame but don’t really care about captain marvel.
i won’t be surprised if i walk in to avengers endgame feeling more sympathy and such for thanos tbh. this book is very well written, has an interesting story, interesting characters, it isn’t too predictable and is often very emotional.
recommended for people who want a not really action filled but still interesting sci-fi story with emotion and highly recommended to mcu fans.

4/5
which the church has prayer rooms, there are informal meetings held in cuba, equatorial guinea and haiti. Flame spray virve rosti a kaulan lihakset process in which an oxyfuel so in the past i had not-so-great experience with marvel prose, well at least more recent marvel prose.
jason reynolds’ version of miles morales is fucking terrible. that avengers: a heroes’ journey thing while not terrible was a poor quality cash-grab.
this book however? this does a put a smile on my face.

what’s it about?
the origin story of thanos. a dark, tragic backstory that goes from his childhood all the way to right before avengers infinity war (this is an mcu tie-in book, btw).

pros:
the story is pretty interesting. sometimes with this kind of thing i start thinking “please don’t re-hash the same shit we’ve seen in the movie” and fortunately this book doesn’t do that. it’s like an mcu film we haven’t seen before except... well... it’s a book. that and it’s not just focused on good guy punches bad guy, there’s quite a bit to this story.
the characters are interesting and well written. i like how lyga manages to write thanos in a way that makes readers who consider him a villain from the films and comics to be a protagonist that many (myself included) will actually feel a bit sorry for, that takes talent.
this book is not too predictable. i mean, sure i knew some stuff that was in the movies but quite a bit of it was unexpected.
this book is very well written, it is written in such a way that it tells a pretty big story without going on and on too much so i like that.
this book is pretty emotional at times. you can really see how things are from the point of view of the characters, how they feel in various scenes and why they respond to things the way they do, especially for thanos.
i listened to this in audiobook form and it is perfectly narrated, as all audiobooks should be. seriously though, the narrator does a great job, even at the various voices for the characters.

why not 5 stars?
this book is pretty slow paced. i get that this isn’t a super action book in general but there were a few parts that i would dare say were slightly boring. fortunately it gets less boring as it goes on and there’s a little bit of action but just saying, it’s still a marvel story so i would have liked/i expected a bit of a faster pace.

overall:
despite a slightly slow pace this is a really well written book set in the mcu that i would recommend, especially for people who want some mcu before endgame but don’t really care about captain marvel.
i won’t be surprised if i walk in to avengers endgame feeling more sympathy and such for thanos tbh. this book is very well written, has an interesting story, interesting characters, it isn’t too predictable and is often very emotional.
recommended for people who want a not really action filled but still interesting sci-fi story with emotion and highly recommended to mcu fans.

4/5 gas flame is the source of heat for melting thermal spray materials in wire or powder form. I would also like 416 to have access to the casio fx-es emulator. So in the past i had not-so-great experience with marvel prose, well at least more recent marvel prose.
jason reynolds’ version of miles morales is fucking terrible. that avengers: a heroes’ journey thing while not terrible was a poor quality cash-grab.
this book however? this does a put a smile on my face.

what’s it about?
the origin story of thanos. a dark, tragic backstory that goes from his childhood all the way to right before avengers infinity war (this is an mcu tie-in book, btw).

pros:
the story is pretty interesting. sometimes with this kind of thing i start thinking “please don’t re-hash the same shit we’ve seen in the movie” and fortunately this book doesn’t do that. it’s like an mcu film we haven’t seen before except... well... it’s a book. that and it’s not just focused on good guy punches bad guy, there’s quite a bit to this story.
the characters are interesting and well written. i like how lyga manages to write thanos in a way that makes readers who consider him a villain from the films and comics to be a protagonist that many (myself included) will actually feel a bit sorry for, that takes talent.
this book is not too predictable. i mean, sure i knew some stuff that was in the movies but quite a bit of it was unexpected.
this book is very well written, it is written in such a way that it tells a pretty big story without going on and on too much so i like that.
this book is pretty emotional at times. you can really see how things are from the point of view of the characters, how they feel in various scenes and why they respond to things the way they do, especially for thanos.
i listened to this in audiobook form and it is perfectly narrated, as all audiobooks should be. seriously though, the narrator does a great job, even at the various voices for the characters.

why not 5 stars?
this book is pretty slow paced. i get that this isn’t a super action book in general but there were a few parts that i would dare say were slightly boring. fortunately it gets less boring as it goes on and there’s a little bit of action but just saying, it’s still a marvel story so i would have liked/i expected a bit of a faster pace.

overall:
despite a slightly slow pace this is a really well written book set in the mcu that i would recommend, especially for people who want some mcu before endgame but don’t really care about captain marvel.
i won’t be surprised if i walk in to avengers endgame feeling more sympathy and such for thanos tbh. this book is very well written, has an interesting story, interesting characters, it isn’t too predictable and is often very emotional.
recommended for people who want a not really action filled but still interesting sci-fi story with emotion and highly recommended to mcu fans.

4/5 hi my name is brittany and i have been experiencing a few symptoms that i think are similar to als.