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H.E.R.O. - Paragon: H.E.R.O. (Volume 6) Paperback – March 7, 2012
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Born in 1970, I've been interested in fantasy and science fiction since perhaps the age of 10. I believe my love of medieval knights came about when my father built a wooden shield and sword for me to use in elementary school for some event. Through my school years I read hundreds (or thousands? - it's hard to recall at this point) of fantasy and science fiction novels. Comic books and super heroes came a bit later, although I recall seeing the Christopher Reeve Superman movies at a very young age (and loving them). Since my later teens I believe I've watched nearly every major fantasy, science fiction, and super-hero movie that has come out. I still love reading fantasy and science fiction, although I wish there were more novels based on superheroes. This is something that drove me to create my own supers universe and heroes in written form. I love supers, but I've always wanted more character depth than a comic book can provide. (Not to mention the immense length of time it takes for a comic series to do a story is just plain too long to me.) Writing is a hobby for me, I'm a full-time computer programmer and systems administrator for a small company. Fortunately the skills I've learned allow me to work with 3D programs to render the characters (and covers) for my books. My hope is to put out a novel or two a year, time allowing. At this point I'd like to grow the H.E.R.O. Universe with more novels, as well as start a fantasy series at some point.
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Borgz is developing into an interesting villain. He breaks a bunch of villains out of jail (technically they are being transferred to another location) including Arissa the evil telepath, and Hordemaker, the guy who was responsible for killing him and his friend Aimee. He is also running an interesting business with Lady Celeste - who has made it clear that she's not interested.
The one-armed hero Gatecrasher makes a welcome reappearance and he is accompanied by his superdogs. (I'm surprised that one of them wasn't named Crypto.) A massive fight ensues.
I really enjoyed this book and recommend it for a fun, light read. I've already bought the next two "shorts" in the series, although it seems that they are more stand alone short stories and do not further the continuing plot.