- File Size: 4922 KB
- Print Length: 354 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: A.B.Entertainment (March 1, 2014)
- Publication Date: March 1, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00J1AVI42
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,403 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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Savior (The Savior Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Basic summary: our Main Character, MC, has a lot of problems facing him, but in the process of overcoming them, he will slowly become a hero. Maybe not a perfect hero, there's really only a few that can do that. But a hero all the same.
Now I'm an avid fan of Superman, been reading him since I was 13. And all the other comics and heroes from both DC and Marvel. So I can see this character has a lot of growth to do yet. So I was very surprised by the 'adult' like words and somewhat off beat remarks a young teen hero would make. Pay attention and you'll notice that the MC and his supporting cast start speaking like 20 + yr olds instead of 16 + year olds...very jarring. It breaks my reading continuity. Hence I had to give this a 4 instead of a 5 star rating. I could understand it if one of the characters spoke at a high adult level, due to super intelligence...but our MC? He didn't seem like he had the same amount of crayons as the other kids, if you know what I mean.
Then there are other oddities that I won't go too much into details because I hate spoilers...but just remember this : how in the world do young teens acquire battlegear, tech and stuff?? Heck Peter Parker barely could afford his rent..and he was 20 +!! So yeah...that was a bit of stretching my sense of increduality at times...
Other than those odd details, this was a very excellent write!! I will still wait for book 2, and shell out my money.
Because as I've told others : You write. I will buy.
The protagonist of the story is Adam and he is always bullied at school. He faces personal tragedy when he loses his brother and in the search of his brother's murderers he ends up finding action-real world criminals, weapons and it becomes difficult for him and his colleagues to face with. Adam's superpowers helps him in his activities and his challenges as he faces them. Woven around pain, tragedy and superficial powers this book impresses reader's mind. I liked it very much.
Adam Reaper, a sixteen-year old, has a secret. He knows he's different, but not why. Constantly hounded by school bullies, he eventually learns he has super powers. He meets the girl of his dreams, who happens to be the principal's daughter. Things begin to change for Adam after being invited to the principal's house for dinner. Imagine his shock when Monica opens the door.
Joining forces with two friends, one a computer geek and the other, a magician with swords, they take on a group of thugs intent on causing murder and mayhem. When his brother is killed by the group, he swears to bring them to justice. He has no idea who's behind the group but makes a startling discovery. In the meantime, the government tries to enlist his assistance to take on a villain referred to as The Righteous. I don't want to spoil the ending, so you'll have to read the story yourself. I do look forward to the next installment!
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