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“Only Superhuman is a heady comic book fix for the discerning SF reader, filled with a sense of wonder and a sense of seriousness.” ―Kevin J. Anderson, New York Times bestselling coauthor of Sisterhood of Dune
“Many writers have written about superheroes, but nobody does it like Christopher L. Bennett.” ―Stanley Schmidt, editor of Analog
“Only Superhuman is, to my knowledge, the first hard science superhero story. And the story is the better for it.” ―Mike W. Barr, author of Camelot 3000
“A tour de force that tells a fascinating story with flair, imagination, and weight.” ―TV Zone on Star Trek: Ex Machina
CHRISTOPHER L. BENNETT has had multiple works of short fiction published in Analog Science Fiction and Fact as well as the online magazines DayBreak and Alternative Coordinates, and has written critically acclaimed novels based on Star Trek, Spider-Man, and X-Men, all of them with a hard science slant. Only Superhuman is his first original novel. He lives in Cincinnati, Ohio.
In the early 22nd Century, Mankind has expanded into the Asteroid Belt, allowing people to set up all sorts of societies. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Paul Lappen
Surprisingly, there's a lot to like in this book. The world building is extremely well thought out feels not just plausible but actually kinda likely (although I would've been... Read morePublished 1 month ago by The Borgified Corpse
A very fun read. Dont stop after the first few pages. It really hooks you....Published 4 months ago by David Burch
I started this book about two years ago, and couldn't get past the first five pages. None-the-less, I put it back onto my shelf, thinking I'd give it another try. So, I did. Read morePublished 4 months ago by N. Bilmes
I enjoyed this book. I love the diverse collection of caricter the author assemble.Published 6 months ago by Ramon M. Alston
Really more of a 2.5 stars out of 5 but I'm generous and rounded up instead of down. I liked the idea of the story. People made into superhumans become superheroes. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Brandt Anderson
Good story about the future of mankind as they expand into the Solar system. Most of the action takes place on asteroids that remind me of Alan E. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Dennis J. McCarn
This book was awful. I felt like I was trapped in the mind of a teenage boy living out his superhero fantasy.Published 15 months ago by KG