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    Because he's!...not yet Batman...but, still, awesome...

    Awwww. My heart. It was so short. So sweet. Sigh. Over so quickly. Can I just say again how short it was? Sigh. Felt good to connect with a teen non-weepy Bruce. Here's looking at you, CW. Or whoever the heck produces Gotham TV series. Your Gordon is good (Mckenzie!!), your Riddler is alright, your Joker was Joker (don't care what anyone says about him NOT being the Joker, that red-haired kid IS scary), but your Bruce was...ok, fair. Weepy. Fair. Thank God for your Alfred. And, of course, I'm comparing this to wonder woman Warbringer, seeing as that I read that one first. This one is all Bruce though. Other youths were more involved in the wonder woman story, unlike this one. We got only Bruce's POV throughout... Engaging writing. Not mind blowing, but I like the way the author flowed from scene to scene. My first time reading her, Lu, and I appreciate what she's done for the GOAT. Just the fact that she didn't spoil him, that she wrote the caring pragmatic Bruce I wanted is enough for me. Ok, gotta sign out here. I think I'll skip Catwoman unless I'm absolutely bored. The trinity is all I want for now. Dawnbreaker 2019, here we come. DO NOT SUCK.
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    Great read

    An entertaining instalment in the Batman canon. The characters of Madeline and Bruce had excellent on page chemistry and the story was action packed and entertaining.
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    I’m sorry but what?!

    This dragged so much after the first chapter. It was awesome when Bruce was introduced and reading his interactions with Alfred had me smiling. But I wasn’t feeling the plot at all. And Madeleine was such a flat character she might as well not exist. There were multiple things I found irritating about this book but the most glaring was how Bruce was apparently fascinated by bats. I’m sorry, he was afraid of them. He became Batman so he could conquer that fear.

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