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Robison E. Wells

Autor(a) de Variant

11+ Works 1,513 Membros 119 Críticas

About the Author

Includes the name: Robison Wells

Image credit: Sara Crowe, Literary Agent


Obras por Robison E. Wells

Variant (2011) 802 exemplares
Feedback (2012) 240 exemplares
Blackout (2013) 223 exemplares
Dark Energy (2016) 109 exemplares
Dead Zone (2014) 68 exemplares
The Counterfeit (2006) 21 exemplares
Wake Me When It's Over (2005) 17 exemplares
On Second Thought (2004) 16 exemplares
Going Dark (2013) 9 exemplares
Les Variants (2013) 1 exemplar

Associated Works

Life Inside My Mind: 31 Authors Share Their Personal Struggles (2018) — Contribuidor — 104 exemplares
Hunger for Dystopian Teen Sampler (2011) 45 exemplares


Conhecimento Comum



I think it was the Wells brothers' podcast the quoted: Just because a story is about something doesn't make it good.

For instance, just because it's about vampires, doesn't make it good.

And yet, if you give me something with superpowers, I'm going to like it.

Fun read.
Tom_Wright | 16 outras críticas | Oct 11, 2023 |
2.5 Stars rounded up to 3

Well that was an entertaining action story about some over-powered teens!

I liked the premise and the multi POV. I'd like to have seen a bit more use of their powers in battle situations but overall it was a satisfying story. What was missing was some much needed world building. We had no context for why there were terrorists and what they hoped to achieve. I will actually follow up with book two at some point however it will be a wee way down the TBR to be honest.… (mais)
Mrs_Tapsell_Bookzone | 16 outras críticas | Feb 14, 2023 |
I'm not sure I'll stick with this series if he writes more. Not much happened for most of the book, and Benson was less likeable. I think the author was trying to present Benson as just an average teenage boy who, by default rather than any special talent, is forced to save the day but doesn't know how to do a very good job of it. I could see that in how undecided he was about his next move and about the girls (ugg, love triangle, albeit short) in his life. I can get on board with that as the reason why I wanted to smack the main character so much, but it just didn't make for very interesting reading. And the sudden, horrible violence against Isaiah and the attack on Becky-that felt over the top. And Mouse's motivations for coming to Becky and Benson's rescue were unclear if she was a spy for Maxfield. … (mais)
Harks | 20 outras críticas | Dec 17, 2022 |
Holy hell! I am still reeling. What an ending! This book held me captive. Trust No One. My heart is beating so fast. I want to read more. The truly scary thing about this book? I could see reality in the whole scenario. Wow. Just wow.
Wulfwyn907 | 73 outras críticas | Jan 30, 2022 |



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