Being the son of a superhero isn't all it's cracked up to be.
The only time you get to fly is when fleeing from your father's nemesis.
Games of catch are about as fun as dodging incoming artillery.
And getting your hands on all that power? Turns out, it's not exactly a hereditary thing.
Unless you want to hand yourself over to Uncle Sam. No, not the World War II era Augment with mind control powers, but the U.S. government - specifically the D.O.D.'s not-so-aptly named Project Peacemaker. Oh, and once they've powered you up and tagged you into inventory, you can forget about them paying for college.
Superheroes? Please. They're all weapons with one mission - wreck my tender teenage years and make my initiation into adulthood a suicidal mission to do what my weaponized father couldn't: rescue my mother from a psychotic super genius.
But I'm game. Two years trapped in dad's Fortress of Solitude may not have helped my social skills, but I'd wreck a whole army of killer robots to get a decent cheeseburger.
Look out world, I may not be the hero you want, but I'm all you've got. Just me, my l33t hacking skills, and a multitool between you and Armageddon...
Crimson Son isn't your typical superhero novel. Fast-paced, engaging, with all the action you'd expect but set in a believable world and helmed by a hero with an unmistakable voice. Mr. Robot meets The Winter Soldier in this unique superhero series you'll love. Buy now and launch into action with Spencer today!
Interesting YA felling book
Crimson Son is a fun take on a superhero story. Got a little complicated in the end. I couldn't totally follow the details but I think that's okay. I got the jist. Fun ready. Feels young adult. Enjoyed it.