I’m not overly familiar with the DC world, and haven’t read a lot of comics/graphic novels centred around Wonder Woman specifically, so this book was like my introduction into the DC World as well as her character. As I’m not familiar with Wonder Woman’s background (though it is fictional) I can’t make a whole lot of comments or judgement on the story, but I thought the descriptions of her island-Themyscira- were brilliant, beautifully written and created lovely images of what the island would look like in real life- including the field of invisible horses that only her lasso can reveal, being the Lasso of Truth. I did think that the battle in New York went on a bit long , but that is about the only thing that I can say against it.
I enjoyed reading it, but not enough to rate it any higher than 3 stars on Goodreads, which was partly because I haven’t a lot of knowledge on Wonder Woman, and it took a little while for me to get into it.
Stay true to yourself, and don’t ever let anyone deter you from the course you wish to take.
Drakenfeld by Mark Charan Newton
Will soon start : Prince Lestat and the Realms of Atlantis by Anne Rice