Sky Girl and the Superheroic Adventures

My review:

DeDe Christopher aka Sky Girl has it hard. Besides being a teenage girl, she also saves the world as Sky Girl. Her superhero persona. She is joined by her friend and side kick, Jason. This time Sky Girl will be fighting the Quizmaster, Penny Pound, Jersey Devil, MissTick, and SkyBoy.

This book is my first introduction to Mr. Sergi and his Sky Girl books. The other book is Sky Girl and the Superheroic Legacy. Please note however that these books can be read as stand alone novels. Each one meant to portray a different adventure that Sky Girl finds herself in.

I had an enjoyable time reading this book. It did read like a comic book story but in a good way. I could see the teen readers really getting into Sky Girl and these books. There is a good amount of action and adventure happening in this story. That it makes reading this book a breeze and fast. The storyline is believable as well. If you are into superhero book then you should check out this book for yourself. Sky Girl and the Superheroic Adventures is a fun, supersonic, high-flying, good time!

 Book Summary

Being a teenage girl is hard enough, but for DeDe Christopher, it is proving impossible.
In addition to cliques, books, and boys, she has to worry about capes, apes, and aliens. Last year, DeDe discovered that she possessed fantastic abilities that were strangely similar to those of a comic book character named SkyBoy.

With the help of her best friend Jason, a self-professed comic geek, DeDe accepted her legacy and became Sky Girl. Now, DeDe must learn what it means to be a heroine as Sky Girl faces the all too real enemies and allies of SkyBoy, including the clever Quizmaster, the beautiful Penny Pound, the enigmatic Jersey Devil, and the magical MissTick.

DeDe must also face personal challenges as she discovers the secrets of her late father and his connection to Skyboy–secrets that will affect Sky Girl’s destiny. 272 pages

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