The Unstoppable Wasp: Built On Hope

The Unstoppable Wasp: Built On Hope[Reading] ➷ The Unstoppable Wasp: Built On Hope By Sam Maggs – Heartforum.co.uk Bestselling author Sam Maggs brings Nadia Van Dyne the Unstoppable Wasp and her genius friends to life in an all new original YA novel based on the world of The Unstoppable Wasp Marvel comics seriesNa Bestselling author Sam Maggs brings Wasp: Built PDF/EPUB ✓ Nadia Van Dyne the Unstoppable Wasp and her genius friends to life in an all new original YA novel based on the world of The Unstoppable Wasp Marvel comics seriesNadia Van Dyne is new to this New to being a Super Hero, new to being a real friend and stepdaughter to one of the founding Avengers, no less , new to running her own lab, and new The Unstoppable ePUB × to being her own person, far, far away from the clutches of the Red Room the infamous brainwashing assassin training facility She s adjusting well to all of this newness, channeling her energy into being a good friend, a good scientist, and a good Super Hero It s taking a toll, though, and Nadia s finding that there are never quite enough hours in a day So, when she s gifted a virtual Unstoppable Wasp: Built Epub Ú assistant powered by the most cutting edge AI technology that the world has to offer, Nadia jumps at the opportunity to do less, experience just like the advertisements sayThe device works really works Nadia has time to pursue her passion projects and to focus on new discoveries But it s never quite that simple, and not everything is as it seems This thrilling adventure finds Nadia confronting her past as she tries to shape her future, and learning that sometimes the best way to effect big change is to think small maybe even super small, Unstoppable Wasp style She ll need the help of her genius GIRL Genius In action Research Labs squad and found family to save herself and not to be too dramatic the entire world as we know it Along the way, Nadia discovers that when she teams up with the people who love her the most, they re totally Unstoppable Just another day in the life of your way, way above average teenage Super Hero.

SAM MAGGS is a bestselling Wasp: Built PDF/EPUB ✓ writer of books, comics, and video games, including Marvel Action Captain Marvel, The Unstoppable Wasp Built on Hope, Tell No Tales, Con Quest , and Marvel s Spider Man PS A Canadian in Los Angeles, she misses Coffee Crisp and bagged milk Visit her online at sammaggs or SamMaggs.

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    Import EPUB to the Program Import EPUB pursue her passion projects and to focus on new discoveries But it s never quite that simple, and not everything is as it seems This thrilling adventure finds Nadia confronting her past as she tries to shape her future, and learning that sometimes the best way to effect big change is to think small maybe even super small, Unstoppable Wasp style She ll need the help of her genius GIRL Genius In action Research Labs squad and found family to save herself and not to be too dramatic the entire world as we know it Along the way, Nadia discovers that when she teams up with the people who love her the most, they re totally Unstoppable Just another day in the life of your way, way above average teenage Super Hero."/>
  • Hardcover
  • 272 pages
  • The Unstoppable Wasp: Built On Hope
  • Sam Maggs
  • English
  • 24 July 2018
  • 136805465X

10 thoughts on “The Unstoppable Wasp: Built On Hope

  1. TJ says:

    If we can t have an Unstoppable Wasp comic book right now, this novel is the next best thing I was worried about how the transition to prose would go, but Sam Maggs perfectly captures the vibe of the comic and Nadia s voice here And this book is so in continuity with the original comic series, it s insane I ve read a few Marvel novels, but this is the first I ve read that tries to establish itself as apart of the comics continuity 100% I am the target audience for this novel, definitely, b If we can t have an Unstoppable Wasp comic book right now, this novel is the next best thing I was worried about how the transition to prose would go, but Sam Maggs perfectly captures the vibe of the comic and Nadia s voice here And this book is so in continuity with the original comic series, it s insane I ve read a few Marvel novels, but this is the first I ve read that tries to establish itself as apart of the comics continuity 100% I am the target audience for this novel, definitely, but it may be hard for readers new to the Unstoppable Wasp title to get into it There are references to all sorts of Marvel comics characters and events, and it may be overwhelming but I absolutely loved it The plot wasn t exactly unique or unpredictable, but it had heart It was so much fun to be back with Nadia and the G.I.R.L.s, and they re in good hands I d love to see the comics revived, but I wouldn t mind another prose novel as well if it ll be this high of quality 5 5 stars

  2. Kate (GirlReading) says:

    3.75 This was just SO MUCH FUN Nadia is such a wonderful character and is truly a gift to the Marvel universe She s funny, resilient, feminist, honest and beautifully flawed in a way she acknowledges, grows from and apologises for All I want is a Nadia G.I.R.L Ms Marvel MCU movie please and thank you G.I.R.L has everything I love in a girl gang It s messy, supportive, diverse and imperfect but also, like, so perfect The diverse cast of characters were everything Nadia is bipolar 3.75 This was just SO MUCH FUN Nadia is such a wonderful character and is truly a gift to the Marvel universe She s funny, resilient, feminist, honest and beautifully flawed in a way she acknowledges, grows from and apologises for All I want is a Nadia G.I.R.L Ms Marvel MCU movie please and thank you G.I.R.L has everything I love in a girl gang It s messy, supportive, diverse and imperfect but also, like, so perfect The diverse cast of characters were everything Nadia is bipolar and on the ace spectrum Shay is a black lesbian in a relationship with Ying, who s East Asian Priya is the daughter of Indian immigrants and Taina is latina and has cereal palsy and uses both a wheelchair and crutches Seeing positive representation of a superhero having therapy and taking medication in a Marvel book made my heart so freaking happy The relationships explored throughout were wonderful to follow As with everything, they weren t perfect but I loved that they were allowed to be and that Nadia, for the most part, accepted that I especially loved her relationship with Janet and Bobbi but the friendships were equally great and an awesome portray of teen friendship struggles The mini photo biographies for characters were so cute Whilst I didn t love the science explained elements science isn t my forte and I found they took me away from the story a little bit I can totally appreciate how some people might love it and how great they d be for a much younger audience For anyone who s read any of Nadia s previous stories comics, the first few chapters are a little bit info dumpy but it gets over that fairly quickly and those chapters would be great for those who are new Unstoppable Wasp I will never stop being jealous of the identity reveal of Nadia s driving instructor Overall this was super entertaining and perfect for anyone looking for a Marvel read that brilliantly balances the life and struggles of being a teen with those of being a superhero.TW bipolar, mental illness

  3. Katelynn says:

    3.5 5What I Liked Nadia was a great character I was apprehensive about her at first, but her character development throughout the book made me like herandas the book went on The pace of the story It felt almost like a superhero movie There was a bit of a lull in the middle, but other than that the story flowed really well I felt that the representation of a character with bipolar disorder was done really well The Marvel and pop culture references The science I love the 3.5 5What I Liked Nadia was a great character I was apprehensive about her at first, but her character development throughout the book made me like herandas the book went on The pace of the story It felt almost like a superhero movie There was a bit of a lull in the middle, but other than that the story flowed really well I felt that the representation of a character with bipolar disorder was done really well The Marvel and pop culture references The science I love the Nadia s Science Facts sections of the books It allowed for the author to explain complex scientific concepts prevalent to the story in easily accessible ways.What I Didn t Like There weren t any side characters that I felt any great attachment to They either weren t featured enough for me to take much notice or they had crappy behavior that was never explained through sufficient backstories There were a number of moments where the book felt a little like a self help book which many people might actually enjoy However, I fall in the group of people who find self help books cringy, so these moments marred the story a bit for me.Thanks to Netgalley and Disney Book Group for the Advanced Readers Copy

  4. USOM says:

    Disclaimer I received this book from Netgalley This has not impacted my review which is unbiased and honest I heard ace spectrum and I came running I can t keep up with all the recent novelizations of comic book worlds, but once I heard w w SC and ace spectrum MC plus Marvel I was so sold I immediately requested The Unstoppable Wasp on Netgalley The Unstoppable Wasp is such a great story because I think we can have this perception that being a superhero is a singular role But in realityDisclaimer I received this book from Netgalley This has not impacted my review which is unbiased and honest I heard ace spectrum and I came running I can t keep up with all the recent novelizations of comic book worlds, but once I heard w w SC and ace spectrum MC plus Marvel I was so sold I immediately requested The Unstoppable Wasp on Netgalley The Unstoppable Wasp is such a great story because I think we can have this perception that being a superhero is a singular role But in reality, it takes so many people to get a superhero where they need to be, for backup, for tech, for everything The Unstoppable Wasp examines us asking for help and for accepting help Nadia is on the ace spectrum, but she s also bipolar and deals with coping tactics as well as therapy Nadia feels this almost crushing sense of responsibility and also drive for productivity which felt too much pointed at my own life and so taking a breath and asking for help is a huge struggle Maybe it s because these two issues felt so close to me, that I loved Nadia so much She is juggling all these things and feelings of commitment, that she feels so overwhelmed and wanting to take onandI don t want to delveinto why we clicked so much, because that would expose me, but if you ever felt this obsession with productivity you would love Nadia.full review

  5. Randi says:

    I received an advanced copy of The Unstoppable Wasp Built on Hope through Netgalley, so that I could share my review with you Trigger Warnings This book contains a discussion of mental illness specifically bipolar disorder It is presented and discussed in a very skillful way, but if you are uncomfortable with this topic, you may want to skip this book.Finding balance is extremely important, especially when you re a teenage superhero trying to change the world Nadia has a lot of things to I received an advanced copy of The Unstoppable Wasp Built on Hope through Netgalley, so that I could share my review with you Trigger Warnings This book contains a discussion of mental illness specifically bipolar disorder It is presented and discussed in a very skillful way, but if you are uncomfortable with this topic, you may want to skip this book.Finding balance is extremely important, especially when you re a teenage superhero trying to change the world Nadia has a lot of things to focus on, but she s sure that she can do everything if she works hard enough Between thwarting saving the day as the superhero The Wasp and running GIRL Genius In action Research Labs , Nadia is struggling to keep up with everything in her life When she receives a special virtual assistant as a birthday present, Nadia thinks she just might ve found a way to truly maximize her productivity She might not be able to makehours in the day, but she can certainly make those hours count As Nadia becomesandlost in her own responsibilities, she beings to struggle to maintain control over her own life Relying on her virtual assistant only seems logical, but how can your balance life when things keep changing You can get your copy of The Unstoppable Wasp Built on Hope on July 14th from Marvel Books I recently attended an Epic Reads Pride panel moderated by the author of this book, Sam Maggs, which was so much fun I quite enjoyed reading this story, as it was one of the most unique superhero novels I ve read from the Marvel Universe Nadia is an interesting character and I thought the discussion of different mental illnesses was very well incorporated into the story I ve previously read quite a few comics about The Wasp, and I think that Sam Maggs did a fantastic job capturing Nadia in novel form I m always a sucker for girl power science teams, so this book was a naturally good fit for me My Recommendation If you have been wishing for a superhero story full of upbeat characters dealing with real world issues, The Unstoppable Wasp Built on Hope would be a great choice for your next read If you loved the Ant man movies, but wished they had focusedon Hope s story, this book would be a fantastic choice for you

  6. Aubree | Literately Speaking says:

    The Unstoppable Wasp is a super fun YA novel branching off of the comic series of the same name As someone only fairly familiar with the comic book story, I felt comfortable jumping into the plot without much context In fact, the Science Fact sections of the book were enormously helpful and a neat way of introducing exposition to the reader without weighing down the story While I wishcharacters had been fleshed out, I was impressed by the way they interacted with one another, making the The Unstoppable Wasp is a super fun YA novel branching off of the comic series of the same name As someone only fairly familiar with the comic book story, I felt comfortable jumping into the plot without much context In fact, the Science Fact sections of the book were enormously helpful and a neat way of introducing exposition to the reader without weighing down the story While I wishcharacters had been fleshed out, I was impressed by the way they interacted with one another, making the novel not just about Nadia, but about how she has the support from her team In this way, being a superhero is not just a one girl task but instead a venture that one does not have to be done alone, reflecting the realities of life superhero or not This very much allows readers to feel that Nadia is relatable, only underscored by the fact that the story also addresses mental health a very important subject, especially to be introduced in YA

  7. Jelke Lenaerts says:

    I received a galley of this book through NetgalleyOof, this one just wasn t for me The main character annoyed the living shit out of me She was so self centered and hypocritical I couldn t stand her I was kind of hoping to get some great girl group moments and we barely got any of it For the rest I think this book overexplained the most simple and unnececary things It honestly just felt like the author was talking down to the reader and those moments seemedaimed at a three year oI received a galley of this book through NetgalleyOof, this one just wasn t for me The main character annoyed the living shit out of me She was so self centered and hypocritical I couldn t stand her I was kind of hoping to get some great girl group moments and we barely got any of it For the rest I think this book overexplained the most simple and unnececary things It honestly just felt like the author was talking down to the reader and those moments seemedaimed at a three year old It just dragged the story down A LOT I also think this book relies too much on the fact that the reader knows a lot about Marvel already That kind of bothered me as this is supposed to be a stand alone book but it needs you to have A LOT of prior knowledge It especially bothered me as some unnececary sciency stuff was overexplained The author could have better put ineffort in actually explaining stuff nececary to the plot rather than random things But yeah, besides all that I do think the story was interesting and I read this pretty quickly so it could have been worse

  8. Mandy says:

    2.5 5A bit hard to follow if you re not familiar with the comics, and the plot was pretty predictable The secondary characters were great, though I want to seefrom G.I.R.L Check out my full review at Forever Young Adult 2.5 5A bit hard to follow if you re not familiar with the comics, and the plot was pretty predictable The secondary characters were great, though I want to seefrom G.I.R.L Check out my full review at Forever Young Adult

  9. Jaymie says:

    I received an electronic review copy of this from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review All opinions are my own 3.5 stars I had mixed feelings on this things I loved and things that were a struggle If I hadn t agreed to review this one, I might have been derailed early on and given up before finishing.A few examples of things I struggled with The AI plot was almost non existent for the first third of the book which gave a lot of character development time, but I was distracted waiti I received an electronic review copy of this from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review All opinions are my own 3.5 stars I had mixed feelings on this things I loved and things that were a struggle If I hadn t agreed to review this one, I might have been derailed early on and given up before finishing.A few examples of things I struggled with The AI plot was almost non existent for the first third of the book which gave a lot of character development time, but I was distracted waiting for the plot to kick in There were some stylistic things name dropping from the Marvel universe, calling Nadia and a 20 something character girls, which felt weird and jarring The teens, sure, but this woman with her own company who is at least 23 or 24, maybe older, didn t feel like someone who should be called a girl, especially in a book about empowerment, Nadia s Neat Science Facts were intrusive and interrupted the flow of the story almost every time they came up The only one that felt right was one that occurred at the start of a chapter They aren t footnotes there are plenty of those, too These just dropped right into the flow of the story Things I enjoyed Nadia s found family The AI plot once it got going The author s descriptions of the action sequences was exceptionally well done I have read lots of other superhero books, and this isn t always the case This author is very good at it Diversity race, sexual orientation F F romance , and a character with cerebral palsy The integration of Nadia s mental illness, bipolar disorder, into the book, and the normalization of her going to therapy and taking medication was excellent The emphasis on women in science.This was my first introduction to this character this is NOT the same timeline universe as what you will find in the MCU She comes across as naive in this story, but she has a support system that, when it is working well, can protect her and foster her growth LGBTQ

  10. LoAnna Berringer says:

    Thank you to NetGalley, Disney Book Group, and Marvel Press for sending me an early copy in exchange for an honest review This book was special for me not only is the author Canadian which is always exciting but the book also talks incredibly honestly about mental health and struggles that even heroes can have Naida the main character has bipolar disorder, and also likely has suffered from childhood trauma it s discussed a bit but not too much and anxiety I love how open and honest Nadia Thank you to NetGalley, Disney Book Group, and Marvel Press for sending me an early copy in exchange for an honest review This book was special for me not only is the author Canadian which is always exciting but the book also talks incredibly honestly about mental health and struggles that even heroes can have Naida the main character has bipolar disorder, and also likely has suffered from childhood trauma it s discussed a bit but not too much and anxiety I love how open and honest Nadia and those around her are about her mental health struggles, and the fact that she uses medication and therapy to stay in control and they help to keep her accountable Teens don t like to be different and all these teens are different in their own way and are diverse without feeling forced, two of the girls are LGBTQ and dating each other, while the other member of the team has Cerebral Palsy and uses crutches for mobility assistance This is my third Marvel novel, and I m a big fan of the comics and the movies This is probably my favorite of the three novels, the story was well done and fully executed I immediately wanted to readby the author There were science facts interspersed through the book that tied directly into what was going on in the story which was a fun way of explaining the science behind what was happening while enhancing the reading experience They even included some really helpful breathing techniques similar to what I use to manage my anxiety which can be really helpful and could potentially help readers which I love I think people who aren t familiar with Marvel characters, and the world might find it a bit confusing because it is all very intertwined, but for fans, there are tons of cool tie ins to some really big characters while also being able to stand on its own The Unstoppable Wasp Built on Hope is out July 14th 2020 CW TW mental illness, bipolar disorder, physical violence, cerebral palsy Will be cross posted to Instagram

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