Review: Fandemic by Jennifer Estep

Fandemic by Jennifer Estep

Title:  Fandemic

Author: Jennifer Estep

Series: Bigtime #6

Pages: 137

4 stars out of five
4 stars – It was really good

Piper Perez has always wanted to be a superhero. Since she has no abilities she focuses on the facts, figures, and memorabilia of the superheroes. She knows everything there is to know about each superhero, including some superheroes real identities. When a supervillain starts killing Bigtime’s heroes and villains she is determined to help stop him, especially since Swifte seems like the next target.

This one was fun. I liked Piper because she is just an ordinary human who uses her knowledge of superhero’s abilities to thwart the villain. She was smart, kind, and just a great heroine overall. I do wish we had seen more discussion about her and Swiftie’s relationship because I felt that they made up very quickly.

Swiftie’s alter ego wasn’t a surprise. I had figured his identity out in book one.  I do really wish we had gotten Switfite’s POV during some of this book. Winter’s alter ego was a surprise though because she hasn’t been mentioned much so I never would have considered her. I really enjoyed the fact that it was the return of an old villain and that there is finally a concrete conclusion with him. 

Overall, a great addition to the series. I believe this is the last book but you never know if Estep will surprise us with a new one.

Goodreads / Amazon

Previous books in the series:

#1 Karma Girl 
#2 Hot Mama
#3 Jinx
#3.5 A Karma Girl Christmas
#4 Nightingale

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