Not really knowing anything about skateboarding, I had no idea what to expect. I liked the mixing of word narratives and graphic novel panels. It was interesting to move back and forth from those two styles. All of the mystery around Omar, his dad, and the 900 Revolution definitely piqued my curiosity. I hope more will be explained in the next books. Tony Hawk’s name will bring a built-in audience for these books, and I think that the people who do pick them up will be happy with what they find.I received an advance review copy from NetGalley. It was provided by Capstone.
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Read it with:
Impulse: Volume Two by M. Zachary Sherman
Fall Line: Volume Three by M. Zachary Sherman
Unchained: Volume Four by M. Zachary Sherman
Tony Hawk and Andy MacDonald Ride to the Top by Alice Dieterich