Did you finish Superhighway?

Discuss the June 2017 Book of the Month, Superhighway by Alex Fayman. Superhighway is the first book in the Superhighway Trilogy, so feel free to use this forum to discuss not only the first book but also the other books in the series.

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Did you finish Superhighway?

I finished it.
54
79%
I did not start it.
3
4%
I started it and plan on finishing it.
7
10%
I started it, but do not plan on finishing it.
4
6%
 
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Re: Did you finish Superhighway?

Post by LV2R »

I finished reading Superhighway. I thought it was an interesting book that kept me reading to find out where and what would happen next. I liked most of it, but not the parts about violence, especially what happened to the main character's date. (I won't say unless you haven't read that part yet.) I haven't reviewed the book officially, but I may.

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I enjoyed reading this book a lot and finished it, even though it lost me in some places because it moved so quickly from situation to situation.

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Post by Eryn Bradshaw »

I finished the book today. The last half was kind of like trudging through mud for me though. I got bored and distracted after a few pages or chapter.
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I wasn't able to finish the book because I found it boring and not that easy to understand.

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Despite not really caring for it, I did finish it. The main character wasn’t likable as he made many questionable decisions.
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Yes, I have finished reading it. It is an okay book. It has unique concept, but execution is poor.
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I read it to the end. I personally liked it.

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Yes, I finished the book and I wrote a review. I really enjoyed the book.

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Post by bootsie0126+ »

I just finished reading this book and completed a volunteer review. For the most part, I enjoyed this book but was disappointed with the ending. Ended with a cliff-hanger and one that was not that good. Some books in a series will at least have a resolution even though there is a continuation in the next book. This was not the case for this one.

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Post by Tracy Rowan »

I kinda hated it, but I finished and reviewed it. :cry: Y'know what the worst part about it was, for me? (apart from it being a blatant male Mary Sue, that is) was that there's a story here lost in the questionable writing. A good editor could have knocked it out of the park.

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Post by Yerenzhu »

Of course, I finished it. I thought it was an interesting "super-power". Almost reminded me of Static Shock in a way. I thought the idea was well thought out, but I would have liked him to use his powers other than just transporting himself back and forth basically.

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I just finished this book. I'm excited to read the second one in the series to see what happens next.
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Post by sarahmarlowe »

I did finish it, but it got pretty painful. I was hoping for a robust sci-fi novel, but this book's plot was weak.
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I did start to read this novel but I was not really into it. I would have finished it though if my last phone did not break.

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I finished this book. I didn't care for the dialogue between the characters. I thought it was boring. And I didn't care for the one night stands either. However, the concept of being pulled into cyberspace and traveling to where ever your heart desires is a pretty cool idea. Overall, I thought the book was okay. It was a quick read, which I totally appreciate. But I wouldn't run out to get the author's second book in this series.

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