ê Dogboy (Dogboy Adventures Book 4) ✓ Download by ✓ Bill Meeks PRAISE FOR EYE OF THE SCARAB Bill Meeks Delivers Another Page Turner Amazing Story Another Great Dogboy Story The Action Continues From The Previous books In The Series It S The End Of The World As He Knows It Colta City Is A Timeless Old Town But Time Is Catching Up To It Old Friends And Old Enemies Close In Around Bronson Black, And An Impossible Choice Hangs Over Him As The Modern World Bleeds Through Dogboy Considers The Past His Decision Could Spell The End Of His Crime Fighting Career But Maybe That S A Good ThingUS When The COLTA CITY SHADOWS Including Girl Reporter Cindy McNeil Wake Up In An Underground Arena They Face Off Against A Group Of Extraordinary Teens Can The Shadows Iterate Through The Cycles, Or Will They Become Brainwashed Soldiers In Mayor Lane S Super Powered Army
The dogboy adventures by Bill Meeks are getting better by the book I just finished reading episode 1 of The Eye of the Scarab Colta City starts to feel a bit like Gotham in the sense that everyone in power seems to be bad.
I do feel that it is time for Cindy to come clean She is upset about Bronson breaking trust while in previous books spoiler she has wiped his memory than once I am happy to see Dogboy getting support from certain characters and am wondering if Ash Girl is friend or foe.
Episode 2 of Eye of the Scarab is dogboy lite which was strange but great all at the same time because we finally get to learn a bit about Cindy and the Colta City Shadows.
I felt like Bill Meeks is building his army of Heroes and villains in the episode and sometimes the line between those two and between good and bad is a This was my first introduction to the world of Dogboy It was an interesting mashup of superhero and children s story Dogboy is a 10 year old superhero in a Gotham like dark and dangerous city full of double faced politicians and dangerous or corrupt grownups Initially, I thought this was a children s story due to the pre teen age of the protagonists and the relative innocence of a superhero called Dogboy , but the darkness and overall themes of the book make this a bit of a YA age bracket than middle grades The themes for betrayal and solidarity and trust are universal, however I liked that there was a lot of grey to the good guys, especially Cindy s actions though it made me feel sorry for Bronson since she might end up being a villain There are some violent and disgusting scenes, but I loved that the superpowers were simle and straightforward The author did a great job tell