A Class Apart, by Stephen Henning is the first book in the Class Heroes series of thrillers for teenagers and adults alike. I will be spotlighting this series this week, so be sure and check back to see what’s happening with the superhero teenagers, James and Sam.
I read this book quite a while ago, before I started blogging. I am sharing a mini review now, because I be will publishing my review for the second book of the Class Heroes series, What Happened in Witches Wood tomorrow. You can see it HERE. No spoilers.
Where’s Lolly, the third book in the Class Heroes series is being released and will be free on Amazon on January 15, Wednesday, and Thursday, January 16. (Follow the links below to check it out on Goodreads or click on the covers for Amazon.)
All I can say is WOW! I was blown away. I read it straight through, it took me six hours. I devoured it. The cover was interesting and caught my eye. I really liked the clean, crisp, simplistic look. The cover and the title were both descriptive of the book. It was very well written and the story flowed smoothly. The suspense built from the beginning and continued to the last page. A lot of times, the books by authors from the UK can be difficult to read and the flow can be interrupted by the phraseology. Definitely not so here. The characters were both likeable and hateable. I loved Samantha for her goodness and naivety. I loved James for all his heroism and willingness to risk his own life, but he left me wondering what he would become in the future. I even felt empathy and sadness for the “villain”. I can hardly wait until I can get my hands on the next book. A Class Apart would make an interesting movie that would be enjoyed by people of all ages, just like the book. I received this book in exchange for an honest and unbiased review.
5 STARS Would Buy It For Them (lol)
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