Uncanny is coming together more and more as it goes on and it definitely has a lot of appeal in what it's doing, though it's certainly not for everyone. It's playing the superpowered side in a realistic way with the methods some would utilize in order to gain power, money and position, while still ensuring that they remain under the radar to some extent. Morgan's attempts at bringing Weaver on board show his inability to read the room in a big way, but it helps that he has Ford with him in order to be able to get through to Weaver in the end. There's a good narrative flow to the book as it moves between the two stories, provides a little flashback material reinforce aspects of it, and sets things in motion for bringing things closer to impacting each other more directly. Read Full Review
I love the direction in which Diggle continues to take his story. Although I will re-iterate from my previous review, there is nothing new or ground breaking within these pages this doesn't stop it from grabbing my attention and keeping me fixated, and like all good stories, craving more by the end. Read Full Review
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