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Cal Stringel returns in the fourth volume of the D-List Supervillain series! One of the few heroes he respects has been captured, and now, Cal must rely on his wit, technical skills, and a healthy dose of The Big Lie, to pull off a daring rescue from inside a villain's base.

Along the way, he and his team of New Renegades will have to worry about an imposter, human/animal Manglermal hybrids, a naked woman, an evil scientist, a terrifying plan, and the ever intrusive presence of Big Brother. Can Cal keep the fact that he's really alive a secret? What hidden truths has Aphrodite been holding onto and how will it change their relationship?

All these questions await Cal, but, most importantly, why are you still reading the description? You should already be listening to chapter one!

©2017 James Steven Bernheimer (P)2017 James Steven Bernheimer

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Too good too short

A fine addition to a good series but the ending always comes too soon. The biggest problem is waiting for the next book.

7 of 7 people found this review helpful

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of two minds.

so I really the love d-list supervillain series. is one of my all-time favorite book series out there at this time. I really enjoyed this book but I don't know if it's because we had to wait for some long for it or if or for other reasons that I can't quite put my finger on it this book from a little lacking. That is of course in comparison of the other books in the series which I absolutely love. Jen this is a great book and I had a lot of fun but I listen to it twice right in the world. However there's just something missing not a hundred percent sure what it is but it was missing. if you're a fan of the series you will like this book and you might have a different feelings I love the book and I still I'm going to listen to this one over and over again like I have the others, but I am wondering what else that could have been put in to make this book complete. But that's just my own opinion.

5 of 5 people found this review helpful

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I have enjoyed the series but it’s too expensive for too many books

As I said I’ve enjoyed the series unfortunately this book is only set up for the next and should’ve been two books in one

3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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feels like half a story

Feel like half a story with no real point. Sadly, narrator was a little flat.

2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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A disappointment...

It is unusual for me to write a negative review about a book. In this case, I strongly feel I should make an exception. All Jim Bernheimer managed to produce this time is an utterly unimpressive sequence of mostly dull and insignificant events that terminated in a cliffhanger. It feels like the author isn't even trying anymore...

2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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Great continuation, too short for a credit

The story moves along in a fun way, but it's too short to warrant a credit. I know the previous books weren't much longer in length, but in order to handle the recaps (which weren't excessive and were generally fun) etc., later books need more meat, not less. Of all the series I've read in installment form, this was the closest to being offensively short and I almost returned it in protest. If the author/publisher pulls this again, I won't hesitate to return the next book. Keep up the good writing, but have some integrity and respect for fans.

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Well done. Too short though.

Need more. Apparently I need fifteen words to submit feedback. One Two Three Four Five.

2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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Great read!! a definite addition to the series.

i love this series, the inly drawback is its too short. cant wait for more.

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wonderful

The story continues and Jeffrey Kafer sounds so much better my iPhone reading the kindle version.
Many questions are answered as the series moves along. If you have not read the first book buy this one but don't listen to it until you have bought the rest and caught up.

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Stale story, nothing new in this book

The D-Villain series started off promising. They were a fun listen, nothing spectacular, but still fun. I think the fun is all gone by now. The story is stale, the same characters run around doing exactly the same things they did in the previous 2 books, and the central character, believable in the first book, is now becoming a little too cartoonish and two dimensional. The books are cartoonish to begin with, but now they are too much so. I won't be reading the next book..

1 of 1 people found this review helpful