The Phobia of Renegade X

The Phobia of Renegade X Chelsea M. Campbell
  • Title: The Phobia of Renegade X
  • Author: Chelsea M. Campbell
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  • Page: 151
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  • The Phobia of Renegade X Chelsea M. Campbell The Phobia of Renegade X Damien s always been afraid of heights but he s never been afraid of fieldwork or of being in the spotlight At least he wasn t before the gala the one where his grandpa nearly caused a massacre and
    Damien s always been afraid of heights, but he s never been afraid of fieldwork or of being in the spotlight At least, he wasn t before the gala the one where his grandpa nearly caused a massacre and heroes from the League almost killed his best friend Now he finds himself dreading the very things he used to love, and all he wants is to skate by in school, avoid fieldworDamien s always been afraid of heights, but he s never been afraid of fieldwork or of being in the spotlight At least, he wasn t before the gala the one where his grandpa nearly caused a massacre and heroes from the League almost killed his best friend Now he finds himself dreading the very things he used to love, and all he wants is to skate by in school, avoid fieldwork, and keep a low profile.But avoiding his fears isn t as easy as he hopes, especially when the school decides to send him and his best friend to hunt down a dangerous criminal And as if that isn t bad enough, it turns out he also has to pass a flying test if he wants to make it through the school year, even though his debilitating fear of heights means it s pretty much impossible.In order to pass the test and catch a criminal, Damien accepts help from unlikely allies But when his mission goes south and he accidentally lets a terrible weapon fall into the wrong hands, he ll have to overcome his doubts and save his friends from a psychotic killer bent on using his worst fears against him.
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    About Chelsea M. Campbell


    1. Chelsea M Campbell grew up in the Pacific Northwest, where it rains a lot And then rains some She finished her first novel when she was twelve, sent it out, and promptly got rejected Since then she s written many novels, earned a degree in Latin and Ancient Greek, become an obsessive knitter and fiber artist, and started a collection of glass grapes Besides writing, studying ancient languages, and collecting useless objects, Chelsea is a pop culture fangirl at heart and can often be found rewatching episodes of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Parks and Recreation, or dying a lot in Dark Souls.


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    1. Oh wow Phobia feels like a bit of a tonal shift for the Renegade X books They ve always been lighter reads for me, even with the heavier elements, but this time around, Campbell puts Damien through the emotional wringer Damien is really struggling now The fallout of his grandfather s betrayal and Riley s accident is weighing on him, he s feuding with Zach of all people , and he s facing the fact that he may not be cut out for hero work of any kind now Things are bleak, man.I don t want to recap [...]

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    2. The Phobia of Renegade X took a departure from the previous books In those there was a main bad guy, a plot or story that Damien needed to overcome and defeat It was a tangible person, or group like The Truth from The Betrayal of Renegade X In Phobia, Damien still had something to overcome and defeat but this time it was himself, which made the story feel different.At first I wasn t sure it was enough to carry a whole book, Damien trying to overcome his phobia s, but the I read the I enjoyed t [...]

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    3. These books never fail to make me crack up or smiled and of course it was a great book by the rest But for a minute I thought Kat would die I was seriously crying but everything turned out okay lol And when Damien convinced his uncle to give him a second chance at the end that was hilarious

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    4. 4.5 stars I liked the book I expected to like the book, since I d liked the first three in the series and two novellas whee , but of course, sometimes that doesn t work out I got a bit annoyed with Damien in this volume, but at the same time, his self pity made sense The events of those three books and two novellas have been taking an emotional toll on Damien, and it shows up here It didn t make the book any less readable I was still eagerly turning the pages to find out what happens next That h [...]

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    5. Toxic main character Writer makes the main character toxic to everyone around him I ve never read a book with so many negatives hitting the main character It s almost a running gag where every chapter he hurts his family friends, screws their relationship up, or just completely fails at something The only thing that turns out good is bittersweet because of the person he has to deal with No spoiler but the end of the book you will see what i mean Read this if you want a main character who is alwa [...]

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    6. The characters feel like real people and not cardboard I especially loved the interaction between Damien and his sister and father Those, along with finally addressing the fear of heights, were the best part of the book.The main framing story about super hero assignments works a bit poorly and I somewhat dislike that Damien didn t try to squirm from the flying test on behalf of acing electricity All in all, this book was improvement over the previous one.

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    7. Damien is a typical teenager everything seems like or death, but in this case he s right a lot than he is wrong As he battles his fears and decide whether he wants to be a hero Damien deals with his siblings, parents, a flying test and a scary villan named Frank Chelsea Campbell gives each of the side characters depth as the story goes on Though it is painfully slow, Damien or hero also matures here and there.

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    8. I enjoyed this book but not as much as 3 Maybe this is all on me but I m used to an antagonist Someone trying to stop the hero And often times I don t find that in this series There s events that conspire against the protagonist but because there isn t a person orchestrating them it feels almost random And it doesn t build tension like a big antagonist.

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    9. 1 How does the healing power via shape shifting thing work As Kat can transform to inanimate objects without a bloodstream, wouldn t that expel the poison I am confused.2 REGARDLESS, this series continues to be fun.

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    10. 3.9 starsDamien was wallowing in self pity and self doubt the whole time and it really bogged down the story.

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    11. Great I think that says it allDone Stop putting minimum amount of words I like to read not write

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