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Pedro Monteiro Monteiro de Ribeira Grande de Santiago, Cape Verde de Ribeira Grande de Santiago, Cape Verde

Lecteur Pedro Monteiro Monteiro de Ribeira Grande de Santiago, Cape Verde

Pedro Monteiro Monteiro de Ribeira Grande de Santiago, Cape Verde

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Ceci est l'un des premiers livres de Rankin. Ce n'est pas de la série Inspector Rebus. J'aime parfois lire les premiers travaux d'un auteur, il est intéressant de voir comment leurs compétences en écriture se sont développées au fil du temps. Même si ce livre n'était pas aussi bien conçu que ses œuvres ultérieures, c'était une lecture décente et un roman d'espionnage intrigant.

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** spoiler alert ** I liked my second Hulk book better than my first one. In this book, however, the Bruce Banner Green Hulk did not even make an appearance. Red Hulk drained Banner’s powers in the last volume, but in this story we see the two teaming together. Even though I have been spoiled concerning some of the plot points, this was still a lot of fun to read. The Red Hulk is a great protagonist, and, in my opinion, a far more interesting character than Green Hulk. Also, Bruce Banner may in fact be more interesting as a super intelligent human rather than an uncontrollable Hulk. On top of the fact that Banner and Red Hulk were fun to watch as allies, this volume also included appearances by the Fantastic Four, the Avengers, and the X-Men. One complaint…the cover of this volume features Green Hulk, Skaar (Hulk’s son), and the Green She-Hulk, Jennifer Walters, all of whom do not actually appear in the story.