The Superhero's Test

The Superhero's Test

by Lucas Flint

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Overview

For fans of Logan Rutherford's "The Second Super" and Tom Reynolds's "Meta"

Seventeen-year-old Kevin Jason starts his first day at his new school by unintentionally punching the local bully through the cafeteria wall. When Kevin's father, a legendary superhero, learns of this, he insists on training Kevin to master his new powers, though Kevin finds his father's training methods a lot less exciting than he thought they were going to be.

But Kevin's training takes on new urgency when the local bully's father-Master Chaos, one of the world's most dangerous supervillains-breaks out of prison and declares Kevin his new archenemy for harming his son.

Now Kevin must complete his training as a superhero before Master Chaos arrives. If Kevin doesn't complete his training in time, then all of the power in the world won't be able to keep him and his family safe from the madman who wants him dead.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780692733240
Publisher: Annulus Publishing
Publication date: 06/04/2016
Pages: 246
Sales rank: 1,139,712
Product dimensions: 5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.56(d)

About the Author

Lucas Flint is the pen name of fantasy author Timothy L. Cerepaka. Under this name, he writes young adult superhero fiction.

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The Superhero's Test 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Lovz-Books More than 1 year ago
17-year old Kevin discovers that he’s the son of a superhero soon after he displays massive strength at a new school in Texas. His father tells him that he was destined to come into his powers. Cool! Question was: What were his powers? That’s what we’re trying to find out in this story. Meanwhile, a master villain that was once defeated by his father escapes prison looking to exact revenge for his son. Who’s his son? Of course, it would be none other than the bully at school. So now Kevin must train to protect himself. This is basically about a young kid coming to terms with his adolescence while learning how to use his super powers. Story kinda has a Smallville (Superman’s young story) feel. This sounded kinda cool at first, but I could not get over how much the boy talked. He talked and talked and talked. What was he a girl? I also thought the whole discussion on Neohero biology was super dull. The bulk of the story centers on the boy being schooled. It’s just one, big, LONG test.