The world says those possessing superpowers are either heroes or villains. But what if you’re both?
Mathilda Brandt isn’t the angry, out-of-control teenager she was before she got out of jail. She’s hungry for a chance at a normal life, but when a gang threatens her sisters, she has no choice but to use her illegal superpower to protect them.
A secretive government agency gives her a choice: go back to prison for life, or infiltrate a notorious super-villain group in order to stop a psychotic Empowered.
To save her city, her family, and herself, Mat must become the last thing she ever wanted to be again: a criminal.
Good story, a bit over the top teen age angst in the beginning, but progressed into a well crafted, enjoyable story
The characters are very lovable. The author did a great job and character development. I love secret agent plots. They are deeper than just somebody fighting against their enemies.
I appreciate that the author writes stories. There was little or no sex, drugs or occult
I would say this book is good for anyone older than 12 or 13 years because of the violence and profanity