BATMAN: Fear Itself Review
By Nicholaus: 4 out of 5
This is a book written by Michael Reaves and Steven-Elliot Altman. I was thinking one day while I was at my local Barnes and Noble: I wonder if they have a novel about a comic book...? Well after a bit of browsing I found a couple. Ironman and Batman the dark knight ,both movie novels, I wasn't interested in because I already watched the movies. So after a bit of browsing I found Batman: Fear itself,it along with two other in the series. Another one of which I will be doing a review for once I finish it. Fear Itself was a very good read! I am not one to read much so finding a book I'd be willing to read was a task. This book read very easy. It was also simple to follow and was never boring. It had you constantly wondering which one of batman's famous rouges was behind the evil doing on in Gotham. This book let's you get even deeper into the characters you love. Helped me understand what it actually might be like to wear the famous Cowl. In the story there is a book that is, well maybe I better just let you read it. I gave it a four out of five for good reason! It would have got a 5 outta 5 but it had spelling and grammatical errors and some parts of it were slow (but not for more than a few pages). A must read for a batman fan!
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