- File Size: 2447 KB
- Print Length: 220 pages
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- Publisher: What the...?!? Publishing (March 28, 2018)
- Publication Date: March 28, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07BSWDVS2
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This one starts with Kaitlyn, call sign Hellkat, She works for a group that pursues strange happenings. The Colonel who runs the department comes in and tells her the whole episode is being broadcast on live TV. A man has a woman dangling off the ledge at the Rapier building. Kaitlyn is ordered to go with her team to see if they can stop what is about to happen. The man holding the woman is a cyborg and he's yelling for Newton.
Kaitlyn has quite a team. All with special powers. Hers is the ability to flame. The be it, to throw it. Right now she and her team will be heading into the city to see if they can stop the cyborg.
Rick is just entering his favorite diner. The Crusty Kettle. All the customers are staring at the TV and Rick asks Barbara the owner what's going on. She tells him about the man on the roof of the Rapier building holding a woman over the edge and yelling for Newton. She's wondering why he's asking for cookies while threatening to throw the woman off the roof.
Rick knows this is about him. Twenty years ago he left the Army and worked for an outfit called Maelstrom. His commanding officer was his brother Hal, a cyborg. Hal was someone he idolized for his abilities with anything mechanical. He was always the one who protected his geeky brother during school. After one mission where he found out the people he killed weren't enemies of the US he took Maelstrom down and thought he had killed Hal.
Rick has been hiding for the last twenty years and hasn't used his powers in all that time. Now he will have to kick the rust off and take on the cyborg who he recognizes as his dead brother Hal. He has powers no one else has. He uses kinetic energy in all its forms. That's what powers him and gives him an edge.
So begins one damned fine read.
This one has Rick, Kaitlyn, her team, a team who thinks Rick is the enemy, a Rick who takes her team apart while not hurting them, a Rick who saves the woman as Hal drops her, a Hal who uses every thing he has to kill his brother, a Hal who fails, a Rick who tries to talk to Kaitlyn, a Kaitlyn and her team who continue to attack him, a Rick who finds his powers growing even more, a Rick who finally convinces Kaitlyn he's one of the good guys, a Colonel who doesn't want to meet Rick and leaves the room every time Rick enters, a Kaitlyn and her team who know they have never seen anyone as powerful as Rick, a Rick who by using his powers looks like he's twenty again instead of the forty he really is, a Rick who can heal any wounds he takes, a Rick who can heal others and Rick Newton doing his best to save who he can, work with Kaitlyn and her team as a consultant, survive and stay alive.
Plenty of action and entertainment along with sprinkles of humor in the right places. I am looking forward to the next book and hope the writer continues with this series. I think as more and more people read the series, it will be successful.