By James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge
“The Greatest Superpower…is the power to create.” Daniel is not your average ordinary teenager. He remembers the night that his parents were brutally murdered by the worst alien in the galaxy. So now Daniel has taken up the mantle his parents left behind: he has become an Alien Hunter; even though he happens to be one himself. Along with the aid of his best friends, he goes in fists flying to destroy number 6 on the infamous list of Dangerous Aliens, and ends up in the fight of his life…literally.
Okay, this was surprisingly fun to read, and I could not tell what was going to happen next. It was thoroughly entertaining, and it makes me want to pick up others of Patterson’s books. Daniel is quite easy to relate to, even if he does hunt aliens for a living. One of the coolest parts of his powers is his power to create things that aren’t truly there. He gives a life to his own imagination. And the trip you take with Daniel is one you’ll never forget. This was a book I picked up at Wal-Mart for six bucks, and I’m really glad I did. It was great, and I can’t wait for the follow-up books to Daniel’s life!
Fun Fact: James Patterson is the Bestselling author of Maximum Ride, which I have been meaning to read forever, but the first book is never in the library or in the stores. If this book is any indication, I know why he is a bestseller. And he’s clean! Hallelujah!