Why ‘Brio Train’ is so special
The latest installment in the “Brio train” trilogy by author Brian Regan features a young, blonde-haired, blue-eyed trainer, and her love interest, a mysterious man who uses the brio train to catch Pokémon.
The first book in the series, “Brio Train,” came out in May.
It’s the second book in Regan’s “Bricoletti’s Train of the Gods” trilogy, which also centers on the bricolettis.
The third book, “The Legend of the Golden Train,” is set in the same universe, but focuses on a young man named Ash.
“I love the idea of these kids, these kids from the ’90s, who’ve never really experienced what it’s like to be a trainer,” Regan said.
“You’re not a guy who’s sitting on a beach watching a sunset or a waterfall.
You’re just a kid, and that’s what we try to capture in this series.”
Trainers are part of a special universe in “Brisco Train” that takes place in the time between the two “Bros.”
The main character of the first book, Brock Samson, is the head trainer of the bros, and his name is “Bryant.”
The first novel in the bromance series, titled “Somewhere in the Jungle,” chronicles a group of young Trainers in Brazil who discover a strange beast called “the Great Train.”
The story focuses on Ash, who, despite his training and being a big, powerful Pokémon, has never seen or encountered a Great Train.
It also introduces a young Trainer named “Papa,” who was named after a Pokémon Trainer, “Paco,” in the first “Bronco Train.”
“The main character is a big underdog, and he’s a good guy,” Reau told CBS News.
The bros are the real deal.” “
And they’re also introduced to the concept of the Pokémon Trading Card Game and the Pokémon World Championships and other big events.
The bros are the real deal.”
Trainees from the “Stonewall Train” series also get a big dose of action.
In the series’ fourth book, titled The Last of the Stonewall, Ash and Pikachu must stop the evil Dragon Team from taking over the island of Kalos, and Pikachu, Pikachu, and a young boy named “Sunny” must save their town from being overrun by dragons.
“The Dragon Team are actually the most powerful, evil, and dangerous people in the world,” Reaff said.
The dragons are part-time villains who have been hiding out in the ocean for centuries, and their plan is to conquer the island.
“It’s about two-thirds of the way through the book when they actually take over Kalos,” he said.
They’re trying to turn Kalos into a desert planet with all of its dragons as prisoners, but Ash and the others are on their way to stop them.
“Sunnie is the leader of the Dragon Team, but she’s also really hot.
She’s got a lot of stamina, so she’s going to have to take the lead,” Reaf said.
Trainers from the second series of “Brick Train” also get to see action, and Regan describes it as “a very grounded, very grounded world.”
“It has a very real place for kids and adults who are just looking to get their hands dirty and do something meaningful with their time and their lives,” Reuf said.
While Regan likes to call the bryant series “a family-oriented fantasy,” he says that the book’s characters are all part of his family.
“There’s a lot more of them than we realize,” he told CBS.
“Some of them are just kids that are just starting out, some of them have been with us for a long time.
There’s a whole bunch of kids in the book who are really grown up and they’re really going to do great things.
It is very much a family book. “
That’s not to say they’re not trying to do good, they’re trying.
It is very much a family book.
They have their own little adventures that we’re really excited about.”
Trainer Trainer Trainer Trainers get to meet and work alongside other Trainees as well as Pokémon Trainers, which is a part of Regan and his wife’s dream for the series.
Regan told CBS he has several ideas for future Trainers books, but none of them involve Pokémon.
He said he’s also looking forward to the “Kanto” books, which focus on different parts of the world, such as the Kanto region of the game and the Koga region of Pokémon.
“We have a lot to tell in the Kogalao region,” Reff said.