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Summary

Ant-Man and the Wasp are about to take flight.

In the aftermath of the Avengers' civil war, Scott Lang, the incredible Ant-Man, is grappling with the consequences of his choices - as a superhero, a father, and a friend. While he struggles to rebalance his life (and get used to living under house arrest), Hope Van Dyne and Dr. Hank Pym have been forced into hiding, and Hope has taken up her own superhero mantle: the Wasp. 

With Hope and Hank on the run and Scott stuck in place, the incredible Pym Particle technology might be the only key to getting all their lives back on track - and solving the mysteries of the Quantum Realm.

©2018 & MARVEL (P)2018 Produced by Blackstone Publishing

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If you have listened to any of the other Marvel Press audiobooks then you will be familiar with the style & quality. This book is excellently read & the story, such as it is, is mostly interesting. So why such a poor overall score? Well that is because a large chunk of the audiobook is just repetition of what came before in Antman (plus a bit from Civil War). And the story finishes about halfway through where the story in the film got to. So, as a stand-alone book, it is good but, as part of the on-going MCU storyline, it is very disappointing indeed.