Superheroes Anonymous

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4.2
33 reviews
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336
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Everybody in Chicago has a "superhero sighting" story. So when a villain attacks editorial assistant Gail Godwin and she's rescued by superhero Blaze, it's a great story, and nothing more. Until it happens again. And again. Now the media has dubbed her Hostage Girl, nobody remembers her real name, and people are convinced that Blaze is just her boyfriend, Jeremy, in disguise.

Gail's not so sure. All she knows is that when both Jeremy and Blaze leave town in the same week, she's probably doomed. Who will save her now?

Yet, miraculously, the villains lose interest. Gail is able to return to her life … until she wakes up strapped to a metal table by a mad scientist who hasn't read the news. After escaping—now more than human herself—she's drawn into a secret underground world of superheroes. She'll have to come to terms with her powers (and weaknesses) to make it in the new society, and it's not easy. After all, there's a new villain on the rise, and she has her sights set on the one and only Hostage Girl.

4.2
33 reviews
A Google user
May 14, 2018
I absolutely adored this book! I can understand why some might not, but this is exactly the kind of story I love! The most fun - superhero fiction wise - I've had since the first 1 1/2 books of Brandon Sanderson's "Steelheart" series!
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Philip E. Taylor
November 25, 2014
This is an awesome amount of fun y'all! The plot is interesting, the characters are well done and the story telling is fast paced and easy reading! And there are Superheroes!
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Cordero Epps
December 13, 2014
I loved reading this novel, and can't wait till the sequel.
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About the author

Lexie Dunne is a woman of many masks, all of them stored neatly in a box under her bed. By day a mild-mannered technical writer and by night a novelist, she keeps life interesting by ignoring it completely and writing instead. She hails from St. Louis, home of the world's largest croquet piece, where she can be found reading comics and spoiling her dog. Supervillains Anonymous is her love letter to the caped evildoers of the world. She does not count herself among their company, no matter how many cliffhangers she writes.

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