Book Review: The Madrona Heroes Register

18670060Title: The Madrona Heroes Register

Author: Hillel Cooperman

Genre: YA Superhero Fantasy

Rating: 9/10

Purchase: Buy part one from Amazon

Someone in ten-year-old Binny Jordan’s family has a super power – and it’s not her. Binny’s seven-year-old sister Cassie can turn herself invisible and now a strange man is keenly interested in what Cassie can do. Binny’s parents seem more distracted than ever, and her older brother Zach is hiding something of his own. Binny needs to find a way to protect her sister, but she’s never felt more alone.

Binny Jordan has a superhero in her family. Unfortunately, it’s not her, but her annoying, thieving kid sister Cassie. She can make herself turn invisible. Her newfound skills have made her the target of a strange man, who Binny doesn’t trust at all.

While their parents are distracted, Binny and her older brother Zach try to protect Cassie from the strange man. When they find out he worked for an organisation that doesn’t seem too friendly, they realize their sister is in danger. If they want to save her, they’ll have to work together. And in doing so, they find out Cassie isn’t the only one who has superpowers.

A charming novel about kids struggling to find their place in their changing family, struggling with their parents’ detachedness and troubles, and with…well, becoming superheroes. Written in a clear, distinct language suitable for kids, imaginative, with an intriguing plot and characters kids will love, this is a must read for all superhero fans.

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