The world sings to me but I shut it out, because my parole forbids me from using my power.
I went to prison because I didn’t want to join the Hero Council, become one of the so-called “good guys” and give up my freedom. I just wanted a place where I could be free, with other Empowered “renegades.” My friends died trying to be free, but I was captured and sentenced to Special Corrections.
I just turned twenty-one and have been paroled. But a gang wants to use my power for crime, threatening my family when I refuse. A secretive government agency gives me a choice—go back to prison for life, or work for them, and infiltrate a dangerous criminal group.
Not only is my freedom at stake, but the lives of my grandmother, my sisters, and thousands of others are on the line.
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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