Black Widow Forever Red (A Marvel YA Novel)
If you’re a huge fan of Marvel Comics and Black Widow respectively, I would suggest going into this with an open mind. Yes, the story has Anastasia Romanov in it, but the story isn’t really about her. The story is about Ava Orlova, an orphan who had been saved by Black Widow herself, when she was a young girl. Once Romanov saved her, Ava was raised as an American and cared for by the government. That is until she ran away/escaped to New York City and jumped around from shelter to shelter. Another character that’s introduced is Alex, who Ava constantly dreams about; even though she’s never met him. The two form a lovey dovey relationship that I wasn’t fully convinced of. It was okay, but not the central point of the story. Which was full of action, just like a marvel movie. I still felt like something was missing. I wanted more, and in the end, I was a little bit disappointed. Overall, I still think the writing was good, and the story was compelling in a way that kept you reading. I do recommend this to those who are looking for a fresh new read, just don’t expect too much to happen.
|Page Count||416 pages|
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