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Powers are determined by geographic birth locations, and only the rich and powerful are permitted access to prized sites. SC is the first person born in space.

The punishment for unauthorized births is death. Out of fear, SC keeps his strange abilities as his darkest secret. He pretends to be nothing more than a mere Regular while his peers develop unique powers, varying from controlling lightning to producing diamond-hard skin. But when his mother is kidnapped by an unknown organization, SC has no choice but to act.

SC ventures into a school of talented students to learn to fight, where he must learn to master his powers without revealing their true nature. But soon he realizes that the school is more than it appears and that it may hold the secret to his missing mother. To rescue her, he will have to reveal powers never before seen in all of history.

By award-winning author Leonard Petracci, a master of tension and suspense.

©2017 Henry Marcacci (P)2017 Henry Marcacci

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Good story and fun to listen too.
the only bad thing is that chapter 87 repeats again as chapter 88.

12 of 13 people found this review helpful

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They fix the audiobook

there were problems with the audiobook but they have fixed it. So have fun, open your mind, and look to the stars.

4 of 4 people found this review helpful

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good start to a series!

really like the book slowish start but picks up quick. although there's a problem towards to end I repeats a chapter and loses a chapter so you kind of get lost. still ok book

9 of 11 people found this review helpful

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Good book

Fairly well written. The performance was great, though chapter 89 was just a repeat of 88 literally. Towards the end Star Child magically gains more power / change of power to let him easily fix the problem. The ending just felt like it was rushed and not fully thought out at times.

2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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Not bad, but

Overall great story, but two chapters are the same and narrator skips the lost chapter.

7 of 9 people found this review helpful

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couldn't finish

The idea of the powers is cool but there were a few problems I just couldnt overlook.

This dude can literally create black wholes; focal points of gravitational pull and pocket dimensions. and your telling me that he has to hide and cower 24/7. Sure when he was like 8 ok and hes still only 13 but he literally could have walked up to those two dirty cops that took his mom created a black hole inside theirs skulls and then subsequently disposed of the bodies into another dimension. Quite frankly there,s not a whole hell of a lot that coulda stopped this kid. But your telling me he spends a stupid amount of time trying to get into some school that is without question some crazy experimental shady as hell place that he also spent his life trying to avoid so he can learn how to fight with his powers....that he cant use... nor can anyone train him on............jesus -_- ...

15 of 22 people found this review helpful

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I liked it

I enjoy the story but it does skip over a part at the end there.

5 of 7 people found this review helpful

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A great take on superpowered society.

This book contains the perfect mix of action and touching coming of age story. A main character who matures and evolves naturallly.


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Great book all the way!

We need a movie!!! I absolutely loved the book and it kept my mind involved through out the whole thing.

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An excellent coming of age story

Filled with simplistic morality and a burgeoning world of possibilities centered around a young man just exiled from the relative normalcy of his life in hiding. Perfect for the sci-fi and teen drama fan alike. This smart and interesting gem in the rough was a delightful surprise. Each character is unique, interesting and well fleshed out within the limited confines of a short novel. Will M. Watt does this book justice with his excellent narration and ear for voices, lending to the already immersive story. I see this as a great new adventure that I look forward to following as the series progresses and the conspiracy surrounding the protagonist deepens. Cheers Mr.Petracci! Fine job!

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  • Lola Phoenix
  • 11-30-17

fantastic,. a well worth read

chapter 85 is repeated twice. otherwise it's a fantastic book. a.b v s a f