Secret Six, Vol. 2: Depths (Secret Six #2)
As much as I enjoyed Unhinged, I have to agree wholeheartedy with other reviewers who've pointed out the improved writing in Depths. From the opening scene with Scandal, Liana and Insignificus, Simone displays her trademark ability to blend the banal with the extraordinary: the encounter in the supermarket is layered, funny and revealing.
(as an aside, I love Insignificus: Simone's skewering a very particular kind of misogyny here and I think it's brilliant. Even while he's superficially obsequio...more
I definitely love the humorous story lines more than the serious ones, though that isn't to say that I dislike the darker tone. The funny story lines just jump off the page, letting the characters fully shine and banter off each other, which is my favorite part of this series. I like Deadshot an ...more
I'm a big fan of the Amazons and I usually love the stories involving them, but this one didn't particularly caught me, the slavery issue and all. That's why I gave the 4 stars and not 5.