The Games of Supervillainy : The Supervillainy Saga

  • by C. T. Phipps
  • Narrated by Jeffrey Kafer
  • Series: The Supervillainy Saga
  • 6 hrs and 55 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Get ready for the action-packed follow up to The Rules of Supervillainy. This time with zombies, zombified heroes and villains, cults, magic, super-science, a dragon, a giant Nazi robot, a Greek demigod, and so much more! Gary and Cloak have returned from the supervillain prison on the moon only to discover the city he plans to conquer and rule with an iron fist has been overrun with the living dead. Once again taking up the mantle of Merciless: The Supervillain Without Mercy(tm). Gary will have to pull it together quickly, find his wife, his gang, and a whole lot of help to stop the Brotherhood of Infamy from slaughtering the population of Falconcrest City and opening a portal to summon a primal force of destruction. But Gary has a plan, or at least he's sure he'll have one soon. Just give him a second.

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Merciless is back!!!!

Merciless is back!!! Having returned from the Supervillian Prison on the moon only to discover that his city is overrun by Zombies, Gary knows that he is the only one who can save the world, well with the help from his friends but you know, it's mostly him!! Oh and his wife has been kidnapped (well kind of) by a devastatingly handsome Greek god. What is a supervillian to do??

While a little more serious than the first, this is still thoroughly enjoyable. Poor Gary, he so wants to be a supervillian but things aren't going his way and he is forced (snigger) to do the right thing. Now he has to save his city from the undead and try to hide the fact that the Greek God is extremely handsome (You need to read it to understand ;))

Once again, the author has given us some truly funny quips between Gary and his cloak and made me laugh out loud multiple times, yet he also managed to squeeze a lot of different emotions from me in this book. Gary gets to meet someone and it pulled at my heartstrings, but the biggest gut wrench was what happened to his wife! I have to say though that I loved the twist the author did at the end!! I can't say much else because I'll spoil it, so I'll just say, go read it NOW!!!!

Again, the amount of different characters were extremely well written and developed. Usually in books with so many characters I find some of them are just back ground noise, not so here. The author really gives each character time to grow! I loved the Greek God!!

The plot is also well written and thought out. We kind of have a bit of everything. "This time with zombies, zombified heroes and villains, cults, magic, superscience, a dragon, a Greek demigod, and so much more!" We also have a load of awesome pop culture reference that made me giddy :)

In all, a really excellent second book. This has a bit of everything and I can't recommend it enough. I love the world and characters this author has created and look forward to the third!!

Once again, Jeffrey Kafer nails it. He is Gary!!! I don't know what else to say about his narration that I haven't said before. He always does an amazing job with the performance and I never find any faults.

*I received a copy of this for review. This in no way affected my thoughts.*
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- Natalie @ BookLoversLife

Wow, so much good stuff packed into this!

This is book 2 of the Supervillainy series, a comedic take on supers. After having been mistakenly sent the hero Nightwalker's magical cloak after he dies, Gary becomes Merciless: The Supervillain Without Mercy (tm). Thats right, he actually thinks of it that way. A hilarious romp as Gary and his minions Red Riding Hood (think Harley Quinn not quite as insane) and El Diablo, a down on hos luck former A list villain, Gary has to try and stop the Evil old god from being resurrected, stop the zombies from wrecking the town, and figure how to get paid at the end, while not having the wife, a vigilante hero named Night Huntress, leave him. Can Gary manage it, even with the help of Death herself (who bears a striking resemblance to his wife)? Well, you need to read it to find out. The characters are so funny, but have realistic motivations for their actions. There is a lot of snark that will keep you laughing the entire time. The setting, Falconcrest City, is a great setting, resembling Gotham and Metropolis, with a bunch of over the top villains adding character. Jeffery Kafer hits this one out of the park with his narrations, really bringing the characters to life. Any fan of Jim Bernheimer's D-List Supervillain books to Ben Bequer's Blackjack books will love this series.
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- Steve H. Caldwell

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-14-2016
  • Publisher: Amber Cove Publishing