elisa_rolle (elisa_rolle) wrote,

2020-2021 Rainbow Awards Honorable Mention: Never Too Late for Heroes (The Superheroines Collection)

Never Too Late for Heroes (The Superheroines Collection) by A.L. Brooks

My first impression which held throughout the book: The writing, the characters, everything sparkles. A.L. Brooks obviously had a ball writing this book and it totally shows. This is one smooth and most enjoyable ride with heroes aged from their twenties to their sixties. And best of all: Of course there is a lot of action, but there are tender, thoughtful moments enough to make this a top-notch read. And the cherry on the cake? There is a female, queer, PoC, …. Oh wait, that would be a spoiler. So read. This. Book.


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