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Urban Yogini: A Superhero Who Can't Use Violence (The Adventures of Urban Yogini) (Volume 1) Paperback – December 4, 2015
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Bretigne Shaffer spent many years as a journalist in Asia. She is now a mom, a ballet and yoga enthusiast and writer.
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The story centers around a woman who becomes a superhero who cannot use violence. What an inspired idea. We are so accustomed to superheroes using violence that it must strongly condition people to believe that this is the way to solve problems in the real world. But is that really the case? Maybe not and Shaffer deals with these issues with honesty, intelligence, and humor, in a story filled with colorful characters, villains, and evil plots. I will not go into the specifics here, but would encourage people to read this book for themselves.