The Vilification of Aqua Marine by Megan Mackie – Review by Santana Hicks

The Vilification of Aqua Marine (Working Mask, #1)The Vilification of Aqua Marine by Megan Mackie
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Aqua Marines mother was a supervillian while her father was a superhero. She wants so very badly to follow in her father’s footsteps. Her powers are quite weak compared to the other superheroes so she tries harder than anyone else to make a name for herself. Aqua can only manipulate a cup of water at a time. One evening when she is taking on a villain called The Overlord of the Dance, she accidentally grabs the water from his heart, killing him in the process. This sends Aqua into an existential crisis and gets her to rethink her future as a hero.

Aqua finds out that the Overlord of the Dance actually didn’t die and is now out for revenge. Calling her out of her depression, she finds reason to continue her journey of becoming the superhero she always wanted to become with the help of her new nemesis.

This book was exciting enough to maintain the interest of multiple audiences. It is geared for a younger audience but I enjoyed it quite immensely. There was action, emotion, heroes, villains, a bit of politics regarding both things and even a little splash of romance. I highly recommend this book if you are looking for a fun read.

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