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Storm Forged

The Darkest Storm, Book 1
Narrated by: Bill Burrows
Length: 10 hrs and 33 mins
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The X-Men meets the Hunger Games in this thrilling debut superhero novel! 

Tommy Ward just wanted to go through life like everybody else. Go to school, make friends, meet girls, play video games. You know, the stuff normal high school kids do. But Tommy isn’t normal, and the silver collar around his neck lets everybody know it. 

Tommy is one of the Gifted, people born with special abilities that are locked down by the collars. But being a Gifted was outlawed after massive terrorist attacks destroyed half the world’s population. 

Now, Tommy’s father is trapped as a participant in a terrible game show, where the only prize is death. Tommy and his friends vow to save his dad, but without their powers, how will they do it? 

Tommy is about to find out that everything has a price, and sometimes you have to pay more than you can afford. 

Storm Forged is the first novel in The Darkest Storm, a dark superhero series from Falstaff Books.

©2018 Patrick Dugan (P)2018 Falstaff Books

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Super Powers, Friendship, and Coming of Age

Teenagers have enough problems without being alienated because you have been gifted with powers. Join Tommy and his friends as they struggle to find some normalcy, try to survive among the Reclaimers, and, by the way, save his dad.
Bill Burrows does a great job reading, drawing you into the story, and giving the characters appropriate personalities. You will love listening to it.
This book is one of my favorite books and I can’t wait to read more from Patrick Dugan!

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not worth the credit

really bad book super slow and depressing for the vast majority the protagonist is stupid.

the book has a love interest that is all most a rap victim which make her a tremendously dull person for most of the book.



SPOILER ALERT
if he did not kill windy for a close to the book it was looking like a 2-3 star but I totally hate excessively sad ending just to prove that the protagonist is fucking retarded.

PS singularly worst hero story for 2018 I'm going to get my credit back

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