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Fly Another Day: The Adventures of Powerhouse #1 and #2 Paperback – March 23, 2013
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About the Author
Mild-Mannered Goofball and Recovering Journalist Adam Graham is a strange visitor to Earth whose ancestors hailed from Scotland and Ireland. With his amazing powers of wit and poignancy, he writes science fiction stories appearing in Residential Aliens, Light at the Edge of Darkness, and in the Laser & Sword e-zine, and he writes a political column that appears on Pjmedia.com. With his astonishing ability to pack twenty six hours into twenty four, he is the host of the Truth and Hope Report podcast, the Old Time Dragnet Radio Show, the Great Detectives of Old Time Radio, and of course the Old Time Superman Radio Show. Our hero does all this with the help of a Journalism Associates degree from Flathead Valley Community College and his auburn-haired leading lady, Andrea.
High-spirited but serious-minded, Andrea Graham has been envisioning fantastic worlds since childhood and writing science fiction novels since she was fifteen. She studied religion and creative writing as Ashland University. She writes a devotional at www.christsglory.com and posts writing advice and book reviews at her freelance editing service’s website, povbootcamp.com.
Andrea and Adam live with their cat, Joybell, in Boise, Idaho.
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In FLY ANOTHER DAY mankind is revealed as being self-destructive, making them seemingly easy prey for "outside forces" to be able to come in and control them. For Dave Johnson aka Powerhouse this is not something that can happen without a fight. We are able to see not only how he goes about trying to help mankind but also how he is able to show what they can do to protect themselves from being controlled and dominated.
The book is interesting not just in the premise but also in the messages that it shares. Who wouldn't agree that the world has changed so much over the years, and not necessarily for the better. There is so much going on to "dumb down" each generation that it does make it so much more easier for us to be easily influenced and persuaded down an not so pleasant path.
It's up to us to say we are going to expect more of ourselves. That is what Dave Johnson shows us, and that is what the authors reveal as the story develops.
If you are looking for something that is not just entertaining but carries a powerful message as well then FLY ANOTHER DAY is one of those books you will find yourself enjoying.
Challenging him is Mitch "Pharaoh" Farrow, a professional cynic working with interdimensional aliens bent on world domination. Mitch, however, has a noble ulterior motive: the aliens promise to heal his wife and daughter of a debilitating disease once control over earth has been established.
Fly Another Day continues the themes in Tales of the Dim Knight. Dave deals with different aspects of balancing his normal life with his superhero adventures. This time, his family is well aware of his alien-derived superpowers, but conflict arises when Dave's wife and kids try to help out in various ways.
Adam Graham continues with the comic book references, puns, and situational humor. "Rise of the Robolawyers," the second novella, also contains some funny references to fictional lawyers. The characters are amusing and well-balanced. Once again, even the bad guy has realistic motivations.
I enjoyed this one as much as the first, and I'm looking forward to reading the next installment of Powerhouse.
I liked the plot and the characters as well as the fact that this superhero wanted to do good and help people and not just to save them but to do more than that for thse who needed extra help? Which I thought was very good. I gave the
book four stars as that is what I felt The Lord Jesus telling me to give this author,ok? It's hard to explain right Ne and I simply do not have the time, right now to try,ok? I recommend this book for those who like to read about superheroes and adventures of this sort and wants to read a wholesome Christian book and one that is not too long either. I received thos book in exchange for my then after reading the book I was to give an honest review, This is it! By Angela l.
p.s. Great job Adam!
The biggest problem I found was that he didn't put any division between the changes of location and characters, which is confusing when you move from one paragraph to the next, with no idea that things have changed.
Dave and his family are very nice, and their alien live-in 'cook/superhero' friend adds to the fun. I like that the story has a great Christian slant, as well.
I'm curious to see where this story will continue on from here...the evil aliens, the french super hero, Dave's wife with her little secret...it should be interesting!
I was given a copy of this through Story Cartel in exchange for my honest review.