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In a world filled with superhuman powers, what is the true meaning of strength?

Braiten is the first human in hundreds of years to be born without a power. Oppressed by a civil war between the more powerful and the less powerful, Braiten and his friends must travel the desert to escape a brewing storm. But they aren't alone. A menacing threat will stop at nothing to capture the powerless Braiten.

Drake is the most powerful human alive, but even his great abilities can't protect him from the frailty of humankind. Haunted by the memories of a lost love and desperate to find an immortal named Delany, he falls prey to a weakness he can't escape.

When Braiten, Drake, and Delany meet for a final showdown, they must choose sides in a war that could transform the world as they know it.

ExtraOrdinary is a revelatory sci-fi story about superhuman abilities and true power. If you like intricately-built worlds, deep social commentary, and breathtaking plot twists, then you'll love Alex Gates' debut novel.

Buy ExtraOrdinary today to join the battle between power and strength.

©2016 Alex Gates (P)2016 Alex Gates

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Great story, great performance, a few errors

In a world where everyone has magical powers, what's life for the one who doesn't?

Ian S. Peake's performance with all the character voices was really enjoyable. The story grabbed me and kept me listening, without being too light or too heavy. There were a few minor editing errors in the first release audio, but nothing that disrupted the story overmuch.