Disney: The Zodiac Legacy: Convergence {Book Review}

Twelve magical superpowers
One sinister conspiracy
One unlikely hero

Disney The Zodiac Legacy - Convergence

Written by Stan Lee and Stuart Moore
Illustrated by Andie Tong
Published by Parragon Books Ltd
ISBN 9781474834056

Disney: The Zodiac Legacy: Convergence

Steven Lee’s school trip to China doesn’t go quite as expected when he stumbles upon ancient pools of liquid filled with powers connected to the Chinese Zodiac.

After receiving the powers of the Tiger, complete with super strength and killer reflexes, Steven joins a ragtag group bent on stopping the Vanguard: a corrupt organisation that will stop at nothing to use the Zodiac powers to anything – and everything – they want.  Steven may be a quick-thinking fourteen-year-old who can punch through walls, but the might of the Vanguard is unlike anything the world has ever seen.  Or so the Vanguard would like to think…

Disney The Zodiac Legacy - Convergence - illustrations

Boo Roo and Tigger Too’s thoughts…

Convergence is the first book in the new Zodiac Legacy series from Stan Lee and Stuart Moore.  The book is aimed at older children and whilst Roo is competent at reading above her age group I felt it was more appropriate to pass this book over to my teenage niece.  

‘You can tell that this book comes from the creator of the Marvel Universe, the storyline has many similarities to the Marvel comics that have delighted fans for many years.  The story has many different characters from a range of backgrounds some who are only in it a short time and I would have liked to have heard more about them.  I am looking forward to seeing what the second book brings’ – Charlie, age 13

Price and Availability

The Disney: The Zodiac Legacy: Convergence book is available from Amazon and all other good book retailers in either hardback or paperback editions. priced at £7.99-£12.99

Disclosure: We received a copy of Disney: The Zodiac Legacy: Convergence FOC for the purpose of review

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3 Comments

  1. January 18, 2016 / 7:37 am

    This sounds very different to any of the YA books that I have read, thanks for the review. I’m intrigued by the sound of this book.

    #readwithme

  2. January 18, 2016 / 9:32 am

    I agree in that it sounds a book for older readers, (including myself!) I do love to read YA books! xx
    #readwithme

  3. January 18, 2016 / 11:00 am

    Well this sounds exciting, definitely not one for the younger DIsney fans. Thanks for sharing with #ReadWithMe

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