I finished reading Wonder Woman: Warbringer by Leigh Bardugo. It is part of young adult book series of DC Comic heroes. There is Catwoman book too that I will read later. This book is not part of the new Wonder Woman movie. It is totally different.
Big Warning: there is a little bit of violence.
This book also is in modern times with some of the myth of Wonder Woman in it. In this book, Diana is a teenager. She lives on a isolated island where people of the outside world doesn’t know about it. Diana was running in a race, but she sees a shipwreck happening near the boundary of the island. She hears a voice and goes to rescue that person. She saves a girl named Alia. She brings her on the island. This is a violation of the island and almost everyone on the island gets sick which is unusual for Amazons. Diana wants to make it right so she sees the oracle which tells her that Alia is a warbringer. The oracle tells Diana to take Alia to Greece to a spring and she will no longer be a warbringer. Diana tries to, but Alia’s brother has other plans. He wants to bring war to everywhere.
At first I didn’t like the book, but the book grew on me with each page and I ending up loving the book. Now I’m listening to A Wind in the Door by Madeleine L’Engle. It is the second book of the A Wrinkle in Time book series.