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    Emotional and Weird

    Definitely an interesting take on the affect of climate change! To be fair, the book does try to make an important statement on the impact humans have on the planet and its ecosystems, and I don't disagree with any of it. Even though giant vegetable men are a little more hilarious than scary. While ANTI-HERO does have its silly moments, as it's had throughout its run, this story does pack some serious emotional punches. There were a few moments near the end regarding Felicity that had me on the edge of my seat. I absolutely loved the direction Arthur's character went, staying true to his values and his commitment to do good, despite the heavy costs and pain it brought him. I may not agree with some of his options (still mulling them over), but I understand them. I was also hugely entertained by Clyde and Felicity, two of my favourite characters, and the paths they took. They are both complex and strong and I was cheering for both of them, especially in the many moments of action. The entire book felt like a long drawn out final-showdown, but I was never bored or uninterested. I'm having a pretty good time reading this series and look forward to the next instalment.

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