The number-one New York Times-best-selling author writes about a different kind of champion.
Fourteen-year-old Billy Harriman can feel the changes. The sharpening of his senses. The incredible strength. The speed, as though he can text-message himself across miles. The confidence and the strange need to patrol Central Park at night. His dad had been a hero, a savior to America and a confidante of the president. Then he died, and the changes began in Billy. What Billy never knew was that his father was no ordinary man - he was a superhero, battling the world's evil. This is a battle that has been waged for generations and that knows no boundaries. And now it's Billy's turn to take on the fight. It's Billy's turn to become a hero.
©2010 Mike Lupica (P)2010 Penguin
Hearing the reader's voice made the character more exciting
_Dark Life_ by Kat Falls
His voices for each character were great
The further into the book you get, the more you want to finish it.
My 10-year old thinks it is an awesome book.
once was enough, but it was compelling the first time through.
yes he did a great job!
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