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    I was so excited to see this

    *voluntarily and honestly reviewed the ARC I received from NetGalley* I really liked the first book, and wondered how the second one could be better. Now I know. After accepting her new role as a superhero, it isn't hard for her to slip into the suit and become the savior that the people of New Port- and the world -need. But while things had a HEA after a terrible accident in the last installment, it seems that Dany isn't quite done with the bad days. This totally got deeper and more personal, a whole lot uglier and scary. Cause it's really scary when you're having to bare the darkest parts of you that no one wants to even think about, let alone acknowledge. I loved that the story focused more on young Danielle and the things that weren't all wrapped up in the first book, and I appreciated seeing her struggles and acceptance with things that I hadn't even really thought about until they were brought up. I totally cried. The writing was great, with Dany's POV seeming a little more mature and harder, which I thought was cool. I liked the new characters introduced, thought maybe one wasn't as fleshed out as the others, though in their defense, they rarely appeared. I loved that there was a movement for more trans superheroes to be acknowledged, that Dreadnought was not the first. It really made the world seem a little real for me just by bringing up such real life issues. It was an overall great read with action, endurance, heart and a slightly dry sense of humor that made me laugh about as much as I teared up. You must read this.

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