Batman has been looking after Gotham city since the day he became the owner of everything his father left for him. Justice has prevailed surely because of Batman and Gotham city looks more secure than it was a decade ago. One man however with no superhuman strength cannot keep an eye on everything especially when the problems are scattering globally. More and more villains are appearing on the streets of different states and Batman thought that even he can get some help from the trustworthy allies.
Batwing is the first to get on the list and when Batman has to leave Gotham for a while everything comes under the newly hired Batwing. Batwing is trustworthy no doubt but his potential is not sufficient to control the whole criminal gang marching on the city streets. Catwoman who was once a part of city slums has also returned and she has planned to make herself known in quick succession. Sarah J Maas writes this quickly and efficiently. The author’s real strength is to portray heroic female characters in most of her novels.
The Assassin’s Blade and A Court of Thorns and Roses also show the talent of Sarah’s pen completely. Sarah never writes about a woman who is weak and running away from the worries of life. Rather the women in Sarah’s stories are strong and cunning as they pay the enemy back in the same coin. A little more effort by Julia Whelan in the narration would have improved the impact of the story even further in the minds of the vast audience. Still, no complaint has ever been made by any fan regarding the narration.
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