Now Karen has new teammates, a new code name, and the daunting responsibility of trying to be the hero everyone thinks she can be. Becoming a champion for truth and justice is going to be rough, especially for the ex-girlfriend of the notorious Doctor Maniac. Karen will have to do everything in her powers to keep her past from ruining her future. It was so much simpler being the bad guy.
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By Rob R on 31-07-16
A nice change on the Hero story.
I liked this book and enjoyed the narration. I wouldn't say it was a clever plot but it was one that kept me entertained and once finished I looked for the next book but that wasn't available at the time but is as I write this review. I can't decide whether to just read it or wait for the audio book as that added significantly to my enjoyment of the first. When I read this book I was reading a lot of hero books and this was a nice change from the normal, if you like books on heroes then I would say get this and if you can the audio version as well, if you only like traditional heroes then think hard and check the samples both audio and book but I still think you should give it a go.
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By The Blue Canary on 17-05-16
Graphic Suprrhero Sex
This book would have been perfect without all the 'extra' details. I had to skip the last half of chapter 13. It isn't that it didn't work in the story line, I just didn't expect it to because adult erotica. Other than that one chapter, the rest of the book, and characters were great.
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By Eric Kimball on 11-05-16
Male power-fantasy with a female protagonist.
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This is an odd one. Generally I liked the book, it's a first person narration with an interesting enough narrator. It's just, well, the women are written like men and the men are written like either angelic paragons or irredeemable perverts. Any man in this book that isn't the perfect male specimen with out fault or flaw, is actively trying to rape the main character. And there are rape scenes in this book but with little or no consequence to the story at large. The character being raped responds with the same reaction as someone getting a parking ticket.
Honestly on the elements alone I would say this is a bad book. But the book is first and foremost a superhero story with spectacular fights and amazing feats. And it does that part well enough (Although there are MANY descriptions of the main character's naked ass during the fights). The really poor characterization is not a huge problem because that's not really the what the book is about. Granted any time the story tries to dip it toe into the deeper end of the character pool it's painful but these moments are few enough that it's not an over all painful read.
Generally this book is like reading a comic from the 90s. Lots of spectacle and a good deal of titillation. Plot an characterization are an after thought at best. If you a male comic book fan it's not horrible. Women and people who enjoy character driven stories should stay very far away from this book.
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