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Secrets and broken promises. Questions that need answers. Drive can overcome Destiny.

Gus is thrown back in action, still reeling from the sacrifices needed to protect the manor. He’s been thrust into a leadership position he feels ill-equipped to handle and finds himself in a race to find answers. The fraying threads of his past are unraveling, and one mistake can mean they’ll be lost forever.

He teams up with ‘"he Crew", a singular group of supers assisting Gus’ father - Tempest - as he seeks to right a wrong from the past...but it may be too late. The Crew is tasked with finding the hybrid’s secret headquarters, hacking impregnable AIs, and making deals with criminals all while in enemy territory.

Powerful forces are watching Gus and want him as a pawn in their global game of conspiracies against all supers. Against his will, he has become the tipping point everything is balanced upon.

It’s all in a day’s work for the average super, but Gus isn’t sure if he can rise to the occasion, or if the pressure will crush him.

©2021 Carl Stubblefield (P)2020 Mountaindale Press

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another amazing entry!!

Can't give it more stars for the characters, the plot, and Travis really brings the story alive!! should you get this book? YES absolutely!!

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Great world, irritating internal monologue

The world, narration, and storyline are actually extremely good. The universe, setup is all great. The problem that makes me almost put the book down several times are that the main character (MC) is so OVERLY self detrimental, and vacilates between brilliance and stupidity. As such we are forced for long sections to listen to his internal monologue where all growth never sticks, and the negatives could be summed in several lines, but takes forever. It's not that he has blind spots, that's a positive. It's that he, for no reason, backs out of revelations and self reflections where he realizes growth, and then acts like those entire parts of his life never happened. He is brilliant in many things, and thinks deeply about quite a bit, but for no reason given or shown immediately forgets the growth he just made less than a day before. This wouldn't be so bad, if the MC were dumb, or had some other issue causing it, but there isn't one. I also wouldn't be as annoyed if the author didn't spend EXTREME amounts of time on the internal dialogue where the MC is growing, and then putting himself down the next section. You actually see/hear his internal thoughts of growth and overcoming the negatives in his life for multiple minutes, and then for no reason, less than a day later in the story, he has a multi-minute self deprecation fest harping on how useless and pointless he is after just spending as much time realizing he isn't pathetic and that he is helping. Then he ignores his companions who tell him otherwise, or his campanions don't mention the growth he displayed in the past (even the one IN HIS HEAD who had to suffer through the long internal monologues as we do). The Author is spending way too much time setting up angst, and growth (that does nothing the next section), when the MC has actual world impacting issues to face.. And finally we get entire scenes where the MC doesn't use his signature powers because who knows why. If the narrator wasn't as good as he is and the universe setup so intriguing in it's possibilities, I'd probably drop it.

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Awful...couldn’t finish

Awful and gets more awful. The story is all over the place and the MC is spoiled emo douche bag. Seems like a different author wrote this book from the first books. Spoiler: Seriously, a divorce custody battle!

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Stubblefield has leveled up!

If you've gotten this far in the series, you know that Gus has a lot of issues. To quote another character, he has the "angsty super act down pat!" In this book, we see him come to terms with his own idealistic dreams and do his best to justify the gifts he has received for the good of the world. With the prior books having fleshed out the world, there are almost none of the info dumps that were hard to deal with in the first book. The cast has grown to include wonderfully colorful and varied characters, and the accents are done excellent on the audio version. Congrats on another great release!

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New characters to love

I feel like this was the best time to introduce all the new characters in this book and I think will become some favorites of everyone.
if you enjoyed all the references in the last books dont worry the well is far from dry.
The world Carl has made is quickly becoming something I will be engrossed in making the next in his series and any new series he makes a top pick to spend my credits on.

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book 📖 got boring in some spots but still good


the main character acting very foolish in a lot of spots like not leaching the doctors power and the general use of his power just made you want to say f*** this book

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deep

very deep, great character development. love all the new powers and abilities. best so far in the series!

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Loved it!

Another awesome story and I can’t wait for the next one!! Super creative and fast paced.

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DAMMIT, This is Excellent series.

with this, I got a new series, to wait for more of and a new author to check out his other works. This is GREAT series, but if you made it this far then you should already know that. Bring on the next installment Mr. Stubblefield.

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blew my mind

Not only do you get amazing character growth but there were concepts and view point that blew my mind. By far one of the most quote worthy books in my collection. I enjoy how you can go from fun and quirky litrpg to deep conversation and back. A must read in any litrpg fandoms.

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Super heroic Superheroes

Gus continues his growth, the villans get more numerous and the teams bonds break and regrow.
The story is building nicely, I look forward to the next book,
A couple of missing pieces of continuation, or are they? I guess only future books will reveal.
The book is well read again.
This series is one I can recommend.