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Lightporter

(IDIA #2)

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(Light-por-ter)

n. someone who has the ability to manipulate light and can use that ability to teleport

Albany and her twin sister, Brooklyn, have gotten more comfortable in the superhero world. But when Blaze starts acting secretive and weird monsters attack, the girls realize there is more going on that they still don’t know about. Before long, they discover that Blaze is
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Published June 16th 2018
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C.B. Cook
May 11, 2017 added it  ·  (Review from the author)
Finished rereading in preparation for book 3, and I'm surprised how much I forgot!


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Finished my last round of edits! If you commented that you would like to help with the last round of betas (or if you didn't but you do want to join in), please send me your email address through a message! This will mostly be looking for grammar, spelling, typos, and such. I can't wait for you guys to read this!!!! :D

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I just finished my major edits on this book, and I'm going to read it th
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Deborah O'Carroll
Reread September 2019

I LOVE IT SO MUCH (it's even more fun on a reread, especially reading aloud) AND I NEED THE NEXT BOOK NOWWWWW!

Original Review:

(Review also posted on my book blog, here.)

Featuring superheroes with unique abilities, mysterious plots, and laugh-aloud humor, Lightporter is sheer fun. It’s a blast following the telepathic twin heroines and the rest of the agents at IDIA, as they face new threats—and secrets among themselves. A fun, thrilling read!

I’ve been looking forward to this
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Merie Shen
Jan 01, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Five stars, again! LIGHTPORTER was a fun sequel to TWINEPATHY. I can't wait for book three!
Sarah
May 28, 2018 rated it really liked it
A good superhero novel is hard to find. Thankfully, the search ends here.

Though the second in C.B. Cook's IDIA series, Lightporter brilliantly avoids the dreaded Second Book Syndrome. This is partially due to an increase in writing quality and partially due to Albany's character development. While she still makes mistakes, she behaves with much greater maturity and much less stubbornness, which means I liked her better.

Though still told from Albany's perspective, a fair portion of the book cente
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Ashley Bogner
Another fun superhero adventure from CB Cook!
Jenna
Jun 23, 2019 rated it really liked it
Not as good as the first, but I still loved it! It was so good to be reading about these characters again, and Albany is so relatable. 😊
R.F. Gammon
Jun 03, 2018 rated it really liked it
Super awesome! Review to come later today.
Alyssa
Jun 09, 2017 rated it really liked it
Aw, guys!! <3 This book is pure awesomeness! (Though does it beat Twinepathy??) It totally kicks second-book blues!

First off, I used this pic in my review for the first book, and I am using it here because it is just as applicable.

If any of you have read my review for Twinepathy (or have chatted with me via clicky keyboards), then you should know that I ADORE Blaze. (no, you don't seem to fully understand the deepness of this) He is everything. BUT. Lightporter is a lot about him. Without delvin
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Grace T
Aug 13, 2018 rated it really liked it
Definitely needs a sequel--several tantalizing loose ends that could go interesting places (looking at you, (view spoiler)
I feel like a little more Albany vs. someone conflict would add another layer of interest beyond saving the world/IDIA/various friends from villains; there was a bit of that here with Blaze's secrecy, but it felt too resolved too soon (yes this is strange coming from a reader who usually hates conflict xD). Though it could just be a pers
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Lilian
Aug 11, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: reviews, readtobuy
Synopsis:

(Light-por-ter)

n. someone who has the ability to manipulate light and can use that ability to teleport

Albany and her twin sister, Brooklyn, have gotten more comfortable in the superhero world. But when Blaze starts acting secretive and weird monsters attack, the girls realize there is more going on that they still don’t know about. Before long, they discover that Blaze is hiding something—or someone. With FOE still hiding in the shadows, the girls must decide who they can trust… before
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Rosey Mucklestone
Jun 08, 2018 rated it really liked it
Shelves: friends-books
Good stuff:
• Really fun and cool in general
Honestly, this is just a hard book to not like. It’s fun adventures with superheroes, a lot of different settings, great characters and neat concepts all thrown together in a lil novel together. It’s a really light, awesome book to read if you want a fun story.

• Characters
Yeah, I’m always a sucker for characters, and this book has a whole boatload of really different, awesome cast members.
The twins, our heroic leads as always. Maddie is always adorable
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Jes Drew
Jun 16, 2018 rated it really liked it
There are too few clean superhero books out there. Enter C.B. Cook to save the day! We get to learn more about Blaze, which is great, and learn some hidden talents of Anvil's. Plus, there are a few new characters introduced that seem to raise the stakes. Definitely looking forward to see how things develop in book three... Anyway, this fast-paced sequel has all our old friends plus some new- friends, enemies, and mysteries alike. Perfect for fans of superheroes, secret agents, and my (adopted) s ...more
Lemon
Apr 28, 2020 rated it really liked it
Time for a review.

Positives: CB Cook has managed to pull off a very fun world of superheroes. AND she's managed to bypass this secrecy thing from family (aka. Lying to family about hero work). I also thought we got some nice growth of characters, especially from our narrator, as well as a bit more information on the world. I also enjoyed the plot we had here, though I will admit I found it hard to remember what the main plot was (oops). It was light and pretty and just a fun romp through an adve
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Kate Willis
Very fun sequel! Review to come. ;)
Jemma
Jun 29, 2017 rated it really liked it
A fun action packed read with quirky characters and an awesome narrator.

I think it would make an excellent graphic novel.

Chloe (aka Crystal)
Previously published on Purely by Faith Reviews.

I have a hard time finding a great and original superhero series. Most of the ones I attempt to read just fall short of my expectations. Lightporter was not the case this round! I was super excited to come back to the characters I had gotten to know in the first book (Twinepathy review here), and I wanted to get to know each of them more. I have to admit I really enjoyed this book more than the last one, and the title was so clever!

Albany, the main
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Liz F.
Jun 12, 2018 rated it really liked it
Note: this took me slightly longer to read than normal books because it was on my computer and I have to blog and stuff too XD not because it was boring ;) Also I finished this yesterday afternoon (6/12/18)

I really liked this book! I thought it was even better than Twinepathy! ;)

C.B's writing skills have improved even more since the writing of Twinepathy and I loved this book!

But honestly though... there was this one time where I was waiting for like 5 tabs to load and I didn't know what else t
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S.G. Willoughby
Jun 22, 2018 rated it really liked it
*unintelligible fangirling noises* I read this book within about 24 hours. I stayed up way too late, but I just couldn't put it down! It was so fun to see all my favorite characters again, and even have cameos from the ones that "were off on other missions". Not to mention the interesting new characters. It had a large cast, but that didn't bother me at all. C.B. Cook did a great job managing them all. I loved the way it built on Twinepathy. It wasn't just another of the same thing... It was a g ...more
Merenwen Inglorion
A fast-paced superhero adventure with a few twists and new faces!

Albany has learned to control herself a bit, and so doesn't completely botch her new mission: find out what's eating at fellow IDIA member Blaze. Questions are raised, a few answers given, secrets revealed, alliances tested, friendships solidified (rather than broken up, per soap opera/dark drama trend)!

Like Twinepathy, Lightporter showcases a unique use of superpowers; even "lame" ones are used to great effect. It takes a few trop
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Deborah
Jun 24, 2017 rated it it was amazing
After reading Twinepathy last year, I was very eager to begin this new book to the series. In Lightporter, C.B. Cook takes the superhero world to a whole new level. A story of honesty, loyalty and trust unfolds before our eyes. In this new book we join both familiar and new characters as they fight for their lives, unaware of what lies just around the corner.

I was flabbergasted with how creative the superpowers were developed. I mean like seriously, that last battle was just jaw-dropping. To ke
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C.B. Cook is just a girl trying to find out where her King is guiding her, while writing the stories of the people she creates, the worlds she wants to live in, and the adventures she dreams about. Also known as a mysterious creature called an "author". She's a Christian, a college student, and a home school graduate dedicated to changing others' lives through the power of the written word.

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