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The Side of Good / The Side of Evil (The Super Series) Paperback – December 1, 2015
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This is a very highly entertaining book and a very enjoyable read. - Sam Tomiano, SFRevu
This book is definitely a keeper, and worth making into a doujinshi/ comic. - Penny for My Thoughts Reviews
About the Author
Peter David is a prolific author whose career, and continued popularity, spans nearly two decades. He has worked in every conceivable media: Television, film, books (fiction, non-fiction and audio), short stories, and comic books, and acquired followings in all of them. In the literary field, Peter has had over a hundred novels published, including numerous appearances on the New York Times Bestsellers List.
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6/25/2017 - I have completed "The Side of Good" - the best of this side is The Hand Job with Ghost Wolf a close second.
Ghost Wolf by Gail Z. Martin and Larry N. Martin - From the Martins continuing "Story and Fury" steampunk world, this short story works great as a superhero standalone as well as part of their greater world.
Don't You Know Who I Am by Bryan JL Glass - Part of being a hero is going beyond who you were.
Fiery Justice by John L. French - Traps for heroes in a corrupt city can bring unexpected justice.
Third Time's a Charm by Walt Ciechanowski - Part of being a hero is discovering how to be one.
The Hand Job by Kathleen David - Even the puppets of villains can become heroes.
Making a Difference by Robert Greenberger -Part of being a hero is realizing there is more than one way to fight the Good Fight.
Eight Million Strong by James Chambers - How do villains win? By teaching people they are victims and can't be heroes. It's a hard lesson to unlearn.
Okay, super villains really do have more fun or at least make for lighter reading-- "Doth Protest too Much," "Henchmonster," and "The Shtick."But it's not all about picking cool names and costumes, something makes a person choose the side of evil, "Marvelous Man: Birth of Anarchy," "the Fan Job," and "The Last Great Monologue of Evil Intent." Sometimes evil is just strange, "Send in the Clones."
So which side would you choose- Good or Evil? Lucky for you, you get both in this book.