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Publisher's Summary

"Some relationships are built on trust and mutual respect, others are built on using someone as a pawn in a game of global domination."
Mild-mannered janitor and superhero fanboy Dave Johnson gets all his wishes at once when an alien symbiote gives him supernatural powers. But what's he to do with them? Follow the zany adventures of the clueless custodian as he fights crime and corruption while trying to keep his family together and avoid being sued for copyright infringement....
©2010 Adam Graham (P)2012 Adam Graham
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1 out of 5 stars
By Anthony on 05-16-13

Quite possibly the worst book ever..

Would you try another book from Adam Graham and Andrea Graham and/or Scot Wilcox?

No not ever!

What was most disappointing about Adam Graham and Andrea Graham ’s story?

Christian theme and poor writing !

Would you be willing to try another one of Scot Wilcox’s performances?

Perhaps but i would want to research the book more carefully

You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?

No

Any additional comments?

None i would share with polite company

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3 out of 5 stars
By Adam Shields on 03-19-13

Has potential, doesn't really live up to it

I would like to give this a 2.5 star review because I think it has potential. But it needs a good story editor and it needs to figure out what it is trying to do. Conceptually the idea is good. What if the world biggest comic book fan was given super powers. Lots of good science fiction potential. I am not a huge fan of making the guy an idiot, but I can deal with that. There are some issues with story telling because a lot of the story feels like filler and some of the filler stories introduce problems into the plot (like how are there other superheros).

The biggest problem is probably not a problem for everyone. But as a Christian, I am not a fan of Christian fiction that knock you over the head with salvation and then all the problems go away. I don't think that is how the real world works. This story is a superhero story and then makes a hard right turn into a divorce story of the superhero because he is a dufus that hasn't actually paid any attention to his wife and family and refuses to talk about the fact that he is now a superhero. Of course she is going to leave him. And the anti-marriage divorce lawyer also just minimize the potential of real problems instead of making the story better.

I like the potential. I picked up the second book in the series and I think I will read it eventually. But it was not a great book.

My full review is on my blog.

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