Dream Angel #5 starts a whole new roller coaster of fun:
After deciding it best to resume their regular lives despite the possibility of attack at any time without prior warning, Arora and Ellie enjoy a peaceful visit to the mall – briefly disrupted by Gina bullying a smaller girl – and soon after, their lunch is interrupted by a visit from Stygere, who reports to the girls the presence of several bombs in the mall and security’s inability to be any assistance. He leaves them with the challenge of finding them or evacuating the mall within 2 hours.
Overhearing some of the bomb-related conversation, Gina causes mass panic and draws unwanted attention to herself. As Katherine, Shin and Hanaji arrive, Gina caused worse panic and in the midst of that, is attacked by a human-size insect.
Who is this large bug and what does he want? Will our heroes be able to save Gina?
Mile-a-minute excitement just waiting to be enjoyed! Immersive, fascinating, interesting, fun, witty, delightful. There are dozens of ways to describe these books and their full-color digitally rendered pages.
This is a series designed for all ages, so you won’t find blood, extreme violence, sex or swearing in it. Yes, there is some fighting, but nothing over-the-top violent. You won’t find fighting for the sake of fighting, either. There’s fighting, yes, but there’s a reason behind it and usually a few jokes to counter it and make it more fun and enjoyable.
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So, sit back, relax and enjoy the charm of the series. As you read the books to follow, you’ll find a few changes artistically, but still the same delightful and fun characters through it all.
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