Thunder Head by David R. White (Book Review #1289)


Thunder Head is a YA action and sci-fi story filled with excitement and intrigue. It all begins when Tom Hadley, a sixteen-year-old rock lover, meets Obie, a boy with powers. The world of people with powers is run by an organization called the Conservatory, and since Obie is a Super, He has to register with them, and refusing to do so will not bode well.

I particularly enjoyed the relationship Tom had with Obie. The sense of protectiveness and willingness to do anything to help Obie was admirable. There are many sideline storylines alongside the main outline of the drama that keeps you wondering how it will continue till the end.

The pace of the story is steady and consistently filled with drama and interactions. The literature is written well and is descriptive. I recommend this book to science fiction readers.

Written by Jeyran Main

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