Username: Evie by Joe Sugg Review

Wow! That was my first reaction when I opened up to the first page of Joe “ThatcherJoe” Sugg’s first ever comic book/graphic novel,

Username: Evie. The artwork is just gorgeous, and the stark contrast between the dark, ominous scenes and the warm, heartwarming scenes was
something to behold.

The story revolves around a young girl named Evie, who is considered a social outcast in school and feels alone in the world, (save for her
father). Worried about his daughter, the father creates a unique virtual world for Evie to escape into, giving her a chance to escape the
vicious real world and create a more pleasant, inviting experience to help her grow as a person. Yet when an unexpected visitor threatens to
corrupt the world her father created, Evie must venture forth and find a way to stop the corruption and save her world, and herself in the

Full of heart, emotion, action and great characters, Username Evie is a phenomenal read. The characters are wonderfully developed and
people that are identifiable to a lot of young teens out there, and the story moves at a fast yet invigorating pace that allows the reader to
invest in the book fully. I found myself unable to put it down and was able to finish it almost immediately, and I know that I will be
visiting the world created in Username: Evie a whole hell of a lot more in the future. I can only hope that more books from Mr. Sugg are
planned for the future, so make sure you pick up your copy of Joe Sugg’s “Username: Evie” today!

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