The first Kid Sensation novel was a very fun romp, well written for the demographic, and featuring a nice array of supporting characters. A lot of it was telegraphed, but again, it fit the young-adult/teen demographic.
The second novel is a more problematic, it falls into the trap of pitting our hero against a 'dark government agency" (is that a cliche yet in second superhero novels?) and although the story worked to some extent, it totally degenerates at the end.
The government agents attempt mass genocide against teen/kid supers, almost killing them all, yet afterwards, no one does anything to punish them, find out why it happened, or really bat a… Read more