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  • Despite the repetitiveness of this story it is entertaining and mildly interesting

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      The Adventures of Blue Avenger is a novel by Norma Howe about a high school aged boy detirmined to always do the right thing.

      In an effort to become a superhero, David Schumacher changes his name to Blue Avenger on his sixteenth birthday. As

      if that isn’t weird enough, his costume consists of a fishing vest and a towel, much to the embarrassment of his little brother.

      In this story Blue accomplishes many feats previously thought impossible. Such as solving gun violence through an exceptionally poor take on “guns ...

      • don’t kill people ”

        Throughout this novel, the question of free will vs. fate is posed exasperatingly often. Of course, in the end it is never solved.

        Even though this story is fictional, Blue Avenger is

        just too unrealistic of a character. He always knows what the right thing is and he always does it. In addition, he fixes problems that older, more intelligent people were never able to resolve.

        Despite the repetitiveness of this story it is entertaining and mildly interesting.

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