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Hidden Powers

By: Tara Lain
Narrated by: Michael Mola
Series: Superordinary Society, Book 1
Length: 8 hrs and 13 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (22 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Jazz Vanessen is weird - and not just because he’s a werewolf. For most of his life, he’s felt different from his alpha male brothers and friends. Since he’s adopted, he can’t even blame it on family. 

Now 18, Jazz meets his idol, the social activist Lysandra Mason, and her breathtaking nephew, Dash Mercury. When Dash is around, even stranger things start to happen, including Jazz falling hopelessly in lust. Not only is Jazz having visions, making people disappear, and somehow turning invisible, but somebody’s following him and threatening to reveal his pack’s secrets to the world. 

Together with Dash and Jazz’s equally amazing friends - Carla, BeBop, Khadija, and Fatima - they discover the danger is even more lethal than they thought, and Jazz’s weirdness may save all their lives.

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Teen Super-Ordinary Romance

Werewolves, Mages and various Paranormals flourish in this teen fantasy romance. Not your usual HEA but a nice ending just the same

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Enjoyable start to a series.

I did find out, like others, that this series is a spin-off of the Harker Pack series and while it made me curious about the characters from that series that appeared in this one, I don't feel like I lost anything by not reading that series first. Also because I didn't read that series, I had no idea of how these characters especially the main character Jazz would behave other than what is presented here. And I like what I read so this might be a win win as far as what I've seen in other reviews. I like that it was almost YA in the characters maturity levels and how far much sex is included. Jazz and Dash are immediately attracted to each other but they don't act on it for a little while. Not while Dash is holding secrets about why Jazz feels different from most werewolves, and not while Jazz is being pressured to become an alpha for another pack that has no other alphas to rule. Jazz's family seems awesome and so do the friends he and Dash end up forming the Superordinary Society with. There are a lot of different magical beings and a few humans with the bravery and brains to help fight a half werewolf/half mage enemy. I saw a few dnf reviews for this book and I'm glad I don't read reviews until I read the book because I really liked this book, the plot, and the characters.

The narration was good. I thought the narrators female voices made him sound so different, it was hard to remember that it was the same person voicing all these characters. I thought he did a good job differentiating between characters but there were one or two voices that were a little annoying to me. All in all, the narration did add to the book and I would listen to him again.

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disappointing story.

thus book is great for a teenager now getting into reading novels, for me it was disappointing.

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