Twinepathy (IDIA #1) by C.B. Cook

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Published: July 4th 2016

Read Date: May 30th 2017

Stars: 4/5

Twinepathy is first book in the series IDIA. No! I’m not going to tell you full form of IDIA. But you can read more about book and my view here.

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Blurb (in my words)

Albany and Brooklyn are twin sister with telepathic superpower living normal life hiding their special connection from world. On one normal day of their life, weird things happens. An amnesic girl appears at their door steps. They find out that they are not alone with superpowers in the world, about IDIA organization, and about danger to all superheroes in the world. So, much in one day!!

Who is this amnesic girl? Will they able find out a way to get her memories back? What’s is this danger. How this new IDIA world is going to change their normal life?

My view:

Welcome to IDIA. Here are some rules to become IDIA agent.

  1. You should have superhero qualities
  2. Sworn to secrecy and abide by rules.
  3. Should have agent code name
  4. Always wear mask shown in the cover.

The fact- I don’t have IDIA manual. I just made it. I hope author will write one and include it in series to save readers from me. 😛

My favorite line from the book:

I’m your friend, and friends don’t let friends die.

So, about characters– I liked the difference author showed in the book for twin sisters. Albany curious reckless one and Brooklyn very friendly and lovable. I liked how their parents choose their names. All characters were amazing, special Maddie. I loved that little sweet girl, she was so adorable in the book. I can feel how twins felt for her. No characters went unnoticed in the book. Did I mentioned Blaze? He was funny and I enjoyed reading whenever he came into focus. He is second best character I liked in the book.

What I liked?– First of all the concept of the book.  It reminded me of those movies with secret organization and the agents working to save the world. Here the agents were superheroes and organization was supporting superheroes. I also like the how code names were chosen for all characters. Book started pretty fast and directly took me to the main point. Right from characters and organization to the mystery to solve. It’s to the point story. I liked terminologies used in the book like “serial memory stealer” and “mindprint”. That was funny and cool.

End was nice and open-ended one. I would like to read next book of the series to see what happens next.

Okay one thing it lacked (for me) was battle excitement. I am fan of Marvels. I love to watch the battle scenes and the excitement that I feel at that time— I don’t have words to explain that excitement. So, I wanted the same feeling in the book too, during battles. I got it the time when they were above IDIA (near mountain), but it didn’t last long. Same I was expecting for the end battle. But I didn’t feel it. I don’t know. I hope I get that in the next book of the series.

Otherwise, the book is through and through very clean and clear, I don’t have any other point to write in this section.

Overall, it’s good read. Teens, YA and superhero fan would love to read it.

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Author: C.B. Cook

You can know more about author HERE.

Read Author Interview HERE

*** Note: I received review copy of this book from the author, in exchange for an honest review. Thanks to author. I’m glad I got a chance to read this book. ***

What do you think about the book and my review? Share your thoughts in the comment-box below.

Happy Reading! 🙂

–BT&R

 

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