I watched the movie, I am number 4, last night and I loved it.
Actually, I loved number 6 myself.
I’ve always loved X-men and this movie reminds me a little of X-Men.
My biggest regret is that I didn’t read the book first.
I’m certain I would have loved this book. I have so many books in my “to read” stack that I probably shouldn’t order a copy of it right now.
Here is a link for the book series:
Here is a trailer for the book:
I like the book trailer better than the movie trailer.
Here is a trailer for the movie:
Here is that link for the book again:
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