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Can a half villain ever be a full hero?
Damien Locke didn't choose for his supervillain mom to disown him - just because he sort of defied her and ruined her evil plans to take over Golden City - and he didn't choose for his superpower to be flying, a superhero ability that involves his least favorite thing: heights. But now that he's living with his dad's superhero family and enrolling at Heroesworth Academy, he's ready to embrace his new life, get his H, and finally belong somewhere. But belonging isn't as easy as signing up for classes, and Damien finds himself struggling to fit in more than ever.
Just when he's sure his fate as a hero has been decided, though, he gets a new villain power that he can't control. And things only get worse when he accidentally screws up one of his sidekick Sarah's gadgets, altering her personality and turning her into a crazed, anti-supervillain vigilante - leaving him no choice but to team up with her annoying superhero boyfriend if he hopes to have any chance of getting the old Sarah back, before she captures - or kills - another supervillain like him.
©2013, 2014, 2015 Chelsea M. Campbell (P)2015 Chelsea M. Campbell
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By Amy Wright on 11-24-15

Funny, great read, great narrator

I LOVE this series. CMC is a terrific writer. She's funny, and the teenage characters are real (with superpowers) not just stereotypes. Renegade X is a misfit underdog hero who sees things in shades of gray. The narrator nails it! This is a first person narrative, and the exaggerated voice of the teenager imitating his mother is hysterical. I would bet the editors had fits about the unrepentant teenage sex (not that it's graphic). To me, it's just another thing that makes the story feel so real (with superpowers). Great job Chelsea and Phillip. Keep them coming!

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By hannah on 12-10-15

Another wonderful Super Hero story

Love this series, reader is amazing and the writing is funny & intense when needed.
Looking forward to the 3rd book becoming available. :-)

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