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Publisher's Summary

With great power...comes great corruptibility.

Titan is dead. And the world needs heroes more than ever.

Hugo’s dream of becoming a superhero blows up in his face. And the impossible rage that remains pulls him deeper into darkness.

After several successful battles, Greyson’s ragtag team rides a wave of stardom. But what people love more than celebrating their heroes is tearing them down.

And Quinn’s investigation into Titan’s murder gets derailed, leaving her reputation in shambles. But this journalist’s relentless pursuit of the truth could cost more than her job. These strangers are on a collision course with destiny. And each other. 

Warning: Contains cursing, mild teen angst, and badass superhero action. If you’re easily triggered by cursing, mild teen angst, or badass superhero action, this novel might not be for you.

©2019 C. C. Ekeke (P)2019 Podium Publishing

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Struggling with this one...

I find myself completely engaged by the story and cannot wait to see what comes next.. but the dialogue... oh Lord.. the dialogue is atrociously bad. Particularly with the female characters. And the female narration (there are multiple narrators) is so, so cringe worthy. Remember that scene in "Jaws" when Quint drags his fingernails across the chalk board? It's like listening to that but sustained for three or four minutes... Overall, the story is interesting enough that I'm willing to suffer through the bad parts. But be warned... they are QUITE bad.

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Excellent

Excellent story and narration one of the top superhero stories available on audible. The character development continues.

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a literal rollercoaster from start to finish

this story had me on the edge of my seat the entire time. can't wait for the next one

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Great Story But 15 Yr Old Bedroom Relationships???

I am now on the third book. The stories are really strong, but the caveat is all the casual "bedroom" scenes between kids who are 15 and 16. It is amazing how much is thrown into these books and it has not real value to the plots. I am not a prude, but it is really off putting when one second there is a bedroom scene with grown adults, and then it switches to the same scene with kids. Weird. But like I wrote in the review of the first book, I love the race/gender/ethnic diversity of the superheroes, the character development of the main protagonist is great, and each book does a good job moving the story forward. There are a few quibbles I have, like Grayson's rapid switch in the first book from great guy to terrible guy. They seemed really , really forced, and could have been done better. That being said, these are great additions to the superhero genre.

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unexpected pleasure

They had a lot of twists and turns and I honestly did not see a couple surprises coming the Lady Liberty reveal is absolutely priceless

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Well done #proudface

I enjoyed this book tremendously!! The characters, the plot, everything!! Lol Keep them coming! I love the diversity!

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Wow added to my favourites (included)

I will admit I love superhero stories so I'm biased. This one had been amazing amongst amazing stories. Great flawed characters, unusual motivations and situations (for the genre) and pleasant twists. Like most good superhero stories, it focuses on the people. I'd rate this up there with any of my many Spider-man comics. If you're interested, here are my top recommendations in order: ”Super powereds”, Drew Hayes; ”Ex-Heroes”, Peter Clines; ”The Pantheon Saga”, C. C. Ekeke; ”Supervillainy Saga”, C. T. Phipps; ”Wearing the Cape”, Marion G. Harmon. Now off to buy book 3! Excelsior!

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I actually cheered and teared

This is a Good book. I sense the writer was motivated by DC and Marvel ,non the less I like this spin. I love the flaws of Superhumans being exposed in a way that speaks to power in General. if you have racial ,serial and or gender bias. You will hate this book. If not grab it . You won't be disappointed.