Updated on 16 October, 2021
"Diesel Comic Novel" by Joanna Lawford is the debut novel written by Joanna Lawford. It is the sequel to "The Princess of Mars Station," which was released in 2021. I enjoyed that book, but this one has more adventure and romance, it also has a great deal of twists and turns you didn't see in the first book. I also like how the main character, Diandra, isn't just an ordinary girl from everyday life. She is a famous princess, a fighter, a spy, a genius, and a survivor, who must learn to adjust to life after losing her entire family.
As the title says, "Diesel Comic Novel" follows the exploits of Diandra Diesel, a famous young woman from Mars Station, a planet that was once a colony of Earth. Her family was murdered by terrorists. Now she must struggle to survive on her own while struggling to understand her true destiny. When a long lost secret military force suddenly appears from under the clouds, one young woman must reclaim her father's legendary airship.
This book keeps reminding me of "Star Trek." In a future, humans will have flying spaceships and they will be able to travel throughout our solar system and beyond. We will explore planets unknown and travel to other times and space, to find out what the future holds for our species. This is a book about exploring a new era of human life.
I really enjoyed reading this book. The plot is fast paced with many action sequences. There is romance involved as well. I really liked watching how the relationship developed between Diandra and her brother, Victor. They are both very different, yet they have a great love of the planet and each other.
What I didn't like was the fact that the book kept putting the hero in dangerous situations. It made it difficult for me to relate to the story. It also was hard to follow the plotline because of the unusual events that occurred. I would have preferred more of a mystery style story.
One thing that really stuck out to me was how open-minded Victor was. He was so accepting of his father's disability and ability that he didn't feel the need to hide it from him. His willingness to accept his father and mother's faults was very endearing. This is a father who is willing to go through the pain of his disabled dad and learn to live without his limitations. I really like these traits in a father.
There were quite a few plot twists in this Diesel Comic. I didn't find them too surprising. I found them rather welcome. The twists were done so seamlessly and naturally that I don't even remember most of them. It just adds to the flow of the story. I also really liked the art that accompanied the comic.
Overall, I loved "Diesel." The quality of the story and artwork were excellent. The supporting characters were well defined and engaging. Overall, this was an extremely well written comic. I recommend this highly to any one who has ever seen a comic book.
You can also get a hold of "Diesel" in stores right now. It's available on Amazon as an electronic book. If you've never read the original book, I highly suggest that you do.
I also enjoyed "Diesel" because it was written in a very engaging way. It kept me interested throughout. I often found myself re-reading certain sections because I felt I had missed something until then. It's a great book.
This is a highly recommended book for all ages. The main characters are engaging and interesting. The storyline is exciting. I found myself wanting to read more about them. It's a must read for anyone who likes a good mystery or action/adventure book.
"Diesel" is definitely a must read for all ages. My Dad actually got me started with the first issue. I highly recommend this book if you have a father who is deaf. My mom is also deaf and she loved this book. No matter what age you are, I highly recommend "Diesel" as a top pick for your comics collection.