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    Reading this book is incredible FUN.

    This book had an animated-movie-film feel, you know that cute feel where even the most complex of concepts seem simple, wonderful and throughout the movie you keep smiling because it is just so delightful. This book has the exact same effect, it is so funny and cute. Patrick West is the son of a challenger a.k.a supervillian, who works as a night manager in the mansion house of the superhero a.k.a hoagie Silver Paladin a.k.a Nicholas Anderson who doesn't like to be called Nick. Patrick is this really funny guy who is accidentally mistaken as a prostitute by Nicholas...and the rest as they say is history. Pat and his antics kept me entertained throughout the book. Nicholas is a very fresh outtake on a superhero. Instead of having that confident, social animal persona he is devoid of the concept of fun and is formal to the point that he has no idea about how to deal with people outside of saving them. He really stretched the borders of how I imagined superheroes but I totally got why he was the way that he was. All of Pat's sisters Hell, Cea and Zen were so awesome that they could have a book dedicated solely to themselves. This book's assembly of side characters is populated with superheroes and supervillians so you get what I am trying to say when I say that they are all awesome (especially the descriptions for Star Knight made me smile every time). Not to say that the common humans featuring as side characters weren't awesome because AHM Suze made a big impression on my not-so-serving heart. The romance was really cute and for once it wasn't overly dramatic. In fact their romance felt real and I loved the way they both made it work. The world building in this book was kind of deficient because my mind kept on zeroing to the conundrum of how a government in such a city would function with the constant fighting between the superheroes and the challengers, or if it didn't function how the city managed to keep itself from falling into anarchy. The ending kind of didn't live up to my expectations I wanted a bit more of Nick and Pat in the end and less of the fighting. Overall this book is a really enjoyable and extremely fun book.

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