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  • Posted November 26, 2010

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    Another Superhero Novel?!

    The second installment of the Icarus Project books by Jackie Kessler and Caitlin Kittredge is just as thrilling as the first. For those that have read the first book Black and White, our heroes Jet and Iridium are left dealing with the consequences of their actions in the previous book. Once again it is filled with drama and humor that is hard not to love. I would highly recommend it to anyone that liked the first one because it is as good, if not better, than Black and White which was excellent itself. By the end of Shades of Gray we are once again craving more of the world in which our two superheroines inhabit.

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  • Posted May 25, 2010

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    This is a great work of speculative fiction

    In New Chicago, Jet and Iridium know their relationship is still changing. Once the pair was the best friends forever; soon afterward they became the best of enemies forever; recently out of desperation they teamed up to defeat the Night (see Black and White) though each believes this changes nothing between them.

    However an unintended consequence of their victory over the rogue superhero is in destroying the brainwashing transmitting gizmo that controlled Squadron loyalty has posed a new threat. With no one pledged to Corps-Co any longer since the transmitter failure, the Squadron members are outraged, divided and confused. Extrahumans wants revenge while normal humans are turning catatonic as an old enemy of superheroes Everyman has surfaced with vengeance in mind. While Doctor Hypnotic has escaped incarceration using his mesmerizing power to cause further mayhem for everyone especially the former BFFs who still want to remain on the side of the law though that is increasingly turning impossible as their former allies, their enemies, even a dad, and the humans they pledge to protect are after them.

    This is a great work of speculative fiction that rotates past and present through the viewpoints of various characters. Fast-paced with plenty of action as seemingly everyone residing in New Chicago wants to either kill or ate least kick the butts of Jet and Iridium. With a nod to The Watchmen, fans will relish the second Kessler-Kittredge superb superhero world as the heroines learn an inconvenient truth about the past and unintentional second and third order effects.

    Harriet Klausner

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