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Publisher's Summary

Number-one New York Times best-selling author Marie Lu meets the Dark Knight himself: Batman!
Batman. The Dark Knight. The Caped Crusader. Whatever you know him as and wherever you know him from - the movies, the animated TV show, the millions of comics - Bruce Wayne is proof that you don't need superpowers to be a super hero.
Bruce has just turned 18 and as he returns home from his lavish birthday party, he stops a criminal's getaway - disobeying the police and crashing his car during the chase. He's sentenced to community service in Gotham City's Arkham Asylum, the mental hospital for the city's worst of the worst. In Arkham, Bruce meets a lot of sinister criminals but the most intriguing one is the teen girl his own age.
Madeleine has ties to the Nightwalker gang terrorizing Gotham City, and she'll only speak to Bruce. She's the mystery he has to unravel, but first Bruce has to figure out if he can trust her.
Because the Nightwalkers only target the rich, and Bruce's name is next on their list.
©2017 Marie Lu (P)2017 Listening Library
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5 out of 5 stars
By Kathy @ My Nook, Books & More on 01-21-18

5 Stars for Young Bruce Wayne!

Batman is one of my least favorite superheroes. But Marie Lu’s Batman: Nightwalker has changed my mind about the caped crusader. I loved this book!

Why did I love this book?
• Batman: Nightwalker is an interesting glimpse into the teen years of Bruce Wayne. We see his loneliness and isolation due to the death of his parents and his wealth. Everyone befriends him for favors or hate him for his money. But Bruce does have close friends who have become his family – his butler and guardian, Alfred Pennyworth, and childhood friends Harvey Dent and Dianne Garcia. Just like any teenager, Bruce makes impulsive decisions that lands him in trouble with the law. His passion for justice is clear and I got a better understanding of who Bruce Wayne really is. It was fun seeing the early connections he makes with Lucious Fox (CEO of WayneTech) that will ultimately make him into the legendary crime fighter.
• Marie Lu’s writing captured the gloom of the franchise and the story had action and suspense. I also enjoyed her introduction of new characters Dianne Garcia and Madeline Wallace. Both young ladies are of Asian descent, so I appreciate that the author always includes diversity in her writing. Madeline was a fascinating character, with her knowledge of technology and her spot-on perception of people. I was constantly questioning if she was a villain or an ally, which made the story even more interesting.
• Will Damron did a great job narrating this story. I loved his voices for the characters and he brought emotion to the story. He made the actions scenes come to life and even more exciting.

Overall, I thought this was an entertaining addition to the DC Icon series. This is a creative look into the teenage years of Bruce Wayne and has the action and suspense Batman fans will enjoy. I can’t wait to read the next books in this series.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Kenneth on 04-13-18


Would you listen to Batman: Nightwalker again? Why?

I would not only because it onse you get the plot twist it would no longer be fun.

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