Superheroes in Prose, Volume Three: Paradigm : Superheroes in Prose

  • by Sevan Paris
  • Narrated by Bryan Reid
  • Series: Superheroes in Prose
  • 3 hrs and 9 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Have you ever been really good at something and not allowed yourself to do it? And I'm not talking about something small, like making cappuccinos (but that's a real talent, too, especially when you add the milk leaf, which Grace the barista is either incapable of or unwilling to do).
No, I'm talking about something hugely, mind bogglingly big. Creating Star Wars Episode IV big. I'm talking about saving people. Thankless idiot people who don't have the sense to move out of a town where you're just as likely to run into a Super as you are to catch the flu. (That's no joke - I looked it up: one out of 10.)
My name is Gabe Garrison, and this is the third volume of my story....


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A Great Return From the Supers

PARADIGM was a great story and continuation of the Supers. It was like revisiting an old friend, Gabe. He's smart, witty, and has to outsmart the sinister Dr. Villainous. The story has some awesome characters, even the robotic ones. This is a smart book that I think anyone would enjoy. SEVAN PARIS does a great job with this series.

BRYAN REID is a fantastic voice actor. He's versatile and shows it with his capability of handling several characters with multiple inflections.

Audiobook gifted for an honest review.

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- Teresa "It makes me happy to wake up everyday and look forward to listening. Many times I listen while doing artwork. I find it very relaxing."

Best in the series so far!

What made the experience of listening to Superheroes in Prose, Volume Three: Paradigm the most enjoyable?

Bryan Reid has an excellent reading voice, and he manages to give life to multiple characters very effortlessly, switching from the evil Dr. Villainous to valley-girl Pink to the enigmatic M with ease.

Any additional comments?

Much like movie sequels, now that the first books have gotten the origin stories out of the way, the series can finally start really getting into the meat of the saga. The stakes are raised higher as Gabe begins to discover more about what it means to be a Hero and what his place really is in this world. And the cliffhanger ending will definitely leave you excited for the next installment! Great job all around!

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- Jeremy Moran

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-24-2016
  • Publisher: Sevan Paris