Captain Marvel: Higher, Further, Faster
When Carol Danvers first arrives at the United States Air Force Academy, she is told to let herself learn. It turns out not to be that simple, as she has never followed the rules, and all she’s ever wanted to do is to fly planes. She might be dissuaded by the fact that in the USAF at that time, female aviators don’t exist. But she doesn’t underneath all of the things that she shows on the outside doesn’t match the fact that she is afraid of never being good enough. She does make a friend that is a would-be pilot.
Captain Marvel, Higher. Further. Faster by Liza Palmer was pretty bad. I disliked the storyline and the plot was not well thought out and not well written. I think the author could have improved the way that the character developed throughout the story. I think that this book was trying to get a boost off the Captain Marvel movie too but that connection didn’t help. This book was too boring and it did not have enough action to keep the reader engaged.
I think that this book might be good for kids ages ten through fourteen who love Marvel and superheroes and need to read everything about the MCU.
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|Author||Liza Palmer • Hannah Templer, Illustrator|
|Page Count||256 pages|
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