This book had a great premise, but it did not suck me in. I got to about page 160 of this book and it was not interesting. Plus, when you can figure out the secret identities of everyone who has one, it's not going to surprise you. The characters were not that memorable or likable, either. I could have done without Tony, and he's the protagonist. This is the first book in a long while I haven't finished.
Maybe I'll be able to pick it up again later, because it's possible I just wasn't in the mood for this book. I'm still going to give his first book a try, but I might wait a little while.