Faces Behind the Masks

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  • ebook
  • 325 pages
  • Faces Behind the Masks
  • Thomas J. Brodeur
  • English
  • 11 February 2019

2 thoughts on “Faces Behind the Masks

  1. says:

    Reviewed by E.Sutton (age 16) for Reader Views (1/18)

    “Faces Behind the Masks: So You Want to be a Superhero?” by Thomas J. Brodeur is an exciting story with a different take on superheroes. It is funny, creative and full of action from the very first page!

    Travis Warnofski is a twelve-year-old boy with a wild imagination and non-stop energy. With his mother in the hospital, Travis is sent to stay with his Uncle Alex for a while. Uncle Alex is old and cranky and doesn’t really know how to handle a kid, especially one that is so mischievous like Travis, so the two bump heads and never really hit it off. When Travis suspects that his uncle might be a superhero, he makes plans to blackmail him and expose his secret identity. When Travis ends up in his uncle’s underground office one day and he finds out what he really does for a living, Travis can’t believe it.

    I can’t really say more about the story without giving away the plot, but I can say that as a big fan of sci-fi and fantasy, “Faces Behind the Masks” is such a different story from anything I have ever read before, and I really liked it! The story is really well written and all the different characters held my interest through the entire book. I thought Travis and Uncle Alex were a lot alike, both stubborn and hasty to do things before thinking. Their characters were complicated – they seemed like the “bad guys” when they interacted with each other, yet were the “good guys” when battling the real villains of the story. This made my feelings for them jump from like to dislike and from being annoyed with them to rooting for them on their mission.

    Though the story revolves around superheroes and a twelve-year-old boy, I think adults will enjoy this story as well as, or maybe even more than teens because it does have a lot of humor in it that would probably be missed by the younger age group. Still, both teens and adults interested in the superhero genre will definitely love “Faces Behind the Masks: So You Want to be a Superhero?” by Thomas J. Brodeur. It’s action-packed and full of page-turning excitement!

  2. says:

    About halfway through the book I went to the author's website to see if he might have some additional info to shed some light on the tone of the book. I was trying to take the whole thing fairly seriously but when that meant I wasn't enjoying the book, I thought, maybe I've missed something. The author didn't have anything extra to add to the two-sentence summary here on Goodreads, but there were a few one-liner reviews that led me to believe that I might be reading a comedy.

    I admit that the shift came a little late in the reading and that has probably affected my rating. The reason I started off taking it seriously was because that's generally been my experience with superhero stuff. It's usually been a superhero-filled world overlaid on the real world - like if you just had the right glasses to see, you'd see superheroes in our everyday life - serious problems, serious solutions, a few jokes thrown in because we all need a good laugh. But I don't think that was Brodeur's intent.

    His characters are caricatures, which should have clued me in to the comedy (clearly I'm a bit thick). And as soon as my lens adjusted, it made much more sense. I still struggle with feeling like his characters lacked depth. Comparing this to other YA I've read, Percy Jackson for example, Brodeur's characters seem pretty one-dimensional.

    I wanted to love this book. The adventures of superhero tech support seemed like such a fun concept - but I feel like this fell a bit short of my expectations. I may give it another go in the future just to see if I was just off my reading game this time, but for now, 3 stars it is.

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