I think what most impressed me about the story and what I enjoyed the most about the book is that it surprised me. I expected these monsters to band together to fight a threat; the cover led me down that path, after all. Instead, the conflict is among them. The Starseed is not only benign but potentially benevolent, but these monsters, unable to control themselves (save for Ghost Rider), turn out to be the both the heroes and the villains in their own stories. These monsters are pitiable, and that they unwittingly allow their salvations to slip through their fingers because they give into the monstrous natures they want to cast off is, in an odd way, tragic and a little touching. Read Full Review
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