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There are many twists and turns you’ll never predict. You
won’t know who the bad guys are and who is good. Things
seem so bleak and dark at times you can’t imagine how
anything good will turn out.
Maisie Danger Brown can actually say “Danger’s my middle
name.” Her parents were funny like that. Maisie is not a
typical teenager. She’s been pretty sheltered. She lives in
Salt Lake City and she’s home schooled. Being raised by two
scientist parents makes her very book smart. Her only
friend is Luther, a boy from her neighborhood. She always
dreamed of being an Astronaut. When an opportunity to
attend Astronaut summer boot camp in Texas comes along
she jumps at the chance. She wants to get out and see more
of the world.
When I first heard about this book I was excited to read
about a female superhero. This story wasn’t what I expected.
I thought it would be more comic book style. You know a lot
I was pleasantly surprised the story was even better. It has a
realistic scientific feel to the process of becoming a
If you read Sci-fi books like “Ender’s Game” or enjoyed the
movie you’ll love this book. It sort of reminds me of the
1986 movie Space Camp. But only at the beginning of the
book, this story takes on a whole new original twist.
I loved Luther and his usage of “Frak.” (It made me think of
Battlestar Galactica. The old and much better one. My
husband doesn’t agree. But turning Starbuck into a girl was
detrimental in my eyes.)
Dangerous even has a great romance. This is my kind of
story— a mix of Superheroes, Sci-fi, Romance, and all
wrapped nicely in a YA novel.