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Guardians of the Galaxy: Collect Them All

3.86  ·  Rating details ·  112 ratings  ·  22 reviews
We are Groot!

When the Guardians attempt to evacuate a Kree prison planet and end up in a fight for their lives - what else is new? - they discover their old pal Groot is stretched a little thin. Someone is planting stolen branches of the monosyllabic hero and selling the saplings across the galaxy! The search to find Groot's missing pieces forces the Guardians into an all
Hardcover, 392 pages
Published April 18th 2017 by Marvel
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I had mixed feelings about this book. I was thinking two stars, at first [2.3 - 2.5ish] at first. I felt it could probably have been cut in half, in some respects, as it started to feel like it was dragging just past the half-way mark. The ending, though, in various respects, brought it up to three stars for me [well, 2.8 - 2.9, rounded up]. It was odd; while there might have been a lot of "internal movement" it felt like the story was barely moving forward. The character development was pretty ...more
Jul 15, 2017 rated it really liked it
Devoted fans of the Guardians of the Galaxy will have observed in the latest GOTG movie Groot is still a baby. In most comic book continuities, Groot's regeneration isn't slow; Groot seems to be able to grow at will. Even when he "dies" if Rocket can recover just a splinter, he can have an instant Groot - at full strength and size - in a matter of time. The current "All-New Guardians of the Galaxy" story-line addresses an idea of what could possibly stunt Groot's growth, and so does this prose n ...more
Ashley Tidwell
Jun 06, 2017 rated it it was amazing
I adore the Guardians of the Galaxy, they were the next comic I picked up after Jane-Thor and Captain Marvel because they team up so often. I learned that the movie characters and the comic characters tend to be very different, I mean the original weren't the ones we get to see on screen but they came later. That actually doesn't matter to someone who didn't start reading them until the big run in 2014 because these are the characters you get, so when this book came out I couldn't wait to get my ...more
Corinne Duyvis has published two original novels, and for her third book, she's giving us some nice little Marvel YA. Though it's not my favorite Marvel YA - that honor, of course, still goes to Margaret Stohl's Black Widow books - Duyvis gives us a pretty unique and unexpected novel that proves to be a quick, fun read. It's not perfect, though. Some of the characterization feels a little off to me - Quill comes across as less respectful of women than even his film counterpart, Gamora feels a ta ...more
Oct 20, 2017 rated it did not like it
just a cheap cash in on the newly released movie GOTG vol 2. the characters are lame, not enough tension and excitement. granted there are parts where i liked it but the overall story is boring and just drags on and on. the rag tag team of misfits go up against Tanleer Tivan aka The Collector portrayed by Benocio DelToro in marvel films. He is an Elder of the universe as in the last remaining/surviving member of an powerful ancient alien species. why and how dare just the guardians even think of ...more
Aug 20, 2018 rated it it was ok
The voices of the characters in this book could not have been more perfect. I heard the GotG characters speaking from the very first line of dialogue, and yet I didn't even come close to finishing this book. Why? It was written for children. Grade 4 and up. Age 9-10 years old. Sadly the story itself was too basic and didn't grab me at all.

GotG is my favorite of the Marvel movies, and the characters were written perfectly. I wish I could have finished it, but life is too short (and my To Read pil
Jan 26, 2018 rated it it was amazing
This was a fun & funny romp with lots of heart. I love the interaction of the Guardians, Rocket's snarkiness and seeing Gamora's soft side. And, as usual, Rocket & Groot's friendship is too pure:
Joseph A. Crosbie
Fun read

I didn't realize how much I would enjoy the Guardians of the Galaxy movies, but I think I like them the best of the Marvel Cinematic Universe groups. I never read any of the comics, but I have read a couple of the Marvel prose novels. I have not been disappointed.
Aug 31, 2018 rated it it was amazing
What a fun story. I wasn't quite sure about the voice choices on the audiobook, in particular the nasal narrator (and Peter's voice so similar to Rocket's), but the story was engaging, and the characters were interesting.
Fun read and with spot-on voices for all the main cast, but it was more convoluted than it had to be. On an Avengers Ultron level, rather than a quick, simple, protect the planet from an invading alien army. Nice to see Gamora steal the spotlight though!
Craig Russo
Sep 13, 2017 rated it liked it
Shelves: audio
Okay. The audio was excellent. The story dragged for the first 80%, and then it picked up right at the end. So much so that it raised my eating from 2 stars to 3 stars.
Nov 03, 2017 rated it really liked it
Duyvis knows how to do the Guardians. It was funny, sappy, scary, adventurous all at the same time.
Chasia Lloyd
Jun 19, 2017 rated it really liked it
Really fun, zippy YA with the main characters from Guardians of the Galaxy. Lots of Groot! Bonus side queer girl character. :3 Said character also has a lot of symptoms matching PTSD so tw for that.
Adam Heine
Aug 30, 2017 rated it really liked it
Such a fun book. Corinne got the voices spot on, and I feel like I got to see/read a secret third movie.
Mz. Diana Gagliardi
May 20, 2019 rated it really liked it
More like a 3.5 but for its genre it is excellent :)

Dec 27, 2016 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: meh
Strong beginning, but I started skimming, and I hate skimming.
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Courtney Lavallee
Sep 07, 2017 rated it it was ok
Shelves: owned
This book was not a favorite. It was very boring to me. It had a lot of filler dialogue and scenes that didn't need to be added.
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A lifelong Amsterdammer, Corinne Duyvis spends her days writing speculative MG and YA novels. She enjoys brutal martial arts and gets her geek on whenever possible.

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