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Fallout (Lois Lane) von Gwenda Bond
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Fallout (Lois Lane) (2015. Auflage)

von Gwenda Bond (Autor)

Reihen: Lois Lane (1)

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Lois Lane is the new girl at East Metropolis High, and her instinct to ask questions brings her and her online friend, Smallville Guy, into conflict with some bullying video gamers called the Warheads, who are being used in a dangerous virtual reality experiment.
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Titel:Fallout (Lois Lane)
Autoren:Gwenda Bond (Autor)
Info:Switch Press (2015), 304 pages
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Bewertung:****
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Fallout (Lois Lane) von Gwenda Bond

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I liked this book a lot. Yeah it was cheesy in some places, yeah it was a little silly in others but overall I really, really enjoyed this one. There aren't many stories about young female journalists and as someone trying to pursue a career in journalism I really liked that aspect of the book. I like the way Lois Lane was adapted into a 16-year-old girl and I really enjoyed the additional cast of characters. I hope in the sequels we will get t learn more about them, especially James because he only really started being a part of the group of reporter friends at the very end of this book but I really liked his character. I think some people could think that the story that Lois and her friends are investigating in this book is a little silly, but I really enjoyed it and I think the other did a good job making it interesting, fun and intriguing, while including a little bit of the campiness that can go along with the early comics of the good vs. evil superheroes like Superman. I was fun to see such well-known characters at a different age in a very different setting (high school) and I had a ton of fun reading this one it was a very quick, easy read but I enjoyed the whole thing. And think it is really good to have Lois Lane be her own person and show her chops as a reporter because she gets side-lined as the love interest so easily otherwise and it's important for girls to see that they can be something like reporters and have fictional role models like Lois. Loved this one and I can't wait to pick up the sequel. ( )
  AKBouterse | Oct 14, 2021 |
With a plot so predictable that nothing in this book came as a surprise this is the kind of book that leaves me annoyed with the characters for not seeing what's been set out before then. I'm constantly thinking "how can they not notice?".
Somewhat frustrating, but it was also a super fun, wizzy book with an excellent strong female lead (yay), though she did do a little bit of that annoying "oh, I needs my Superman" bollocks.
Very readable escapism, just don't expect to learn anything new. ( )
  mjhunt | Jan 22, 2021 |
To be honest, thought I enjoyed the mystery aspect of this book, I think boys in grades 6 - 9 would be very bored with the romance, not to mention the fact that Smallvilleguy never truly shows his face. I know that this is the first n a series, but I do not think there is enough villainy in Lois' world to keep me wanteing to hear more... Sorry Lois, this is one editorial that I will skip. ( )
  MrNattania72 | Mar 17, 2020 |
Not a lot I can add to the other reviews... 4 stars seems about right.

What I will add is that the Switch Press edition I read was a real beauty. Crisp, bone white pages, clear print, not even a crease in the spine when I finished. ( )
  GuyMontag | May 20, 2019 |
Well, I should say right off the bat that Lois Lane is my alltime favorite comic book character. Okay maybe tied with Clark Kent/Superman. But definitely my favorite FEMALE character. So I went in to read this book with great anticipation, and maybe a little bias. But it turned out that my expectations were exceeded! This is a fun teen novel about a spunky, hardheaded, curious, brave and feisty girl who just happens to be the same Lois Lane as in the comics. The author got the character right as a teen. She's new to Metropolis High, and hopes to implement her plan to stay out of trouble and make a friend. But on her very first day, her irrepressible nose for news and her stubborn nature get in the way of fulfilling that promise so easily. Lois steps up to defend a girl who's being bullied, which I love about her--the "real" Lois would totally do that!--making herself a potential target too, as she begins to investigate the weird group of virtual reality gamers who are doing the bullying. There's a cool gaming/sci fi element to the plot. She does start to make friends by the end, kind of despite herself. And, Lois keeps up her online friendship with "SmallvilleGuy," a teen with whom she has been instant messaging for a couple of years, ever since they met on an online board for conspiracy nuts and debunkers. (I LOVE how they first connect!) She knows he is her age but that's about all she knows, because he won't tell her his real name or share a photo. The whole Lois/SmallvilleGuy relationship is priceless, knowing what we as readers know about the characters' futures. The way SmallvilleGuy dances around telling her who he is and what he can do, just had me chuckling. And by the end of the story it's really quite romantic. The story progresses quickly, with lots of snappy comebacks and good high school interactions and ambiance. Lois is recruited to be on the "Daily Scoop," a teen-reported webpage that's run by the Daily Planet, and I love that too, that she's not just a reporter for her high school paper but for a real paper already. Totally plausible and cool. The relationships between Lois and her father and Lois and her sister are great too. There's mystery to the plot as well as some action. ( )
  GoldieBug | Nov 27, 2018 |
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