The Bug Boys Vs. Professor Blake Blackhart

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The fantastic superhero adventure that began with The Bug Boys continues! Alex Adams and Ian Harris take on Blake Blackhart, a disgraced Oxford professor. He discovers the boys source of power and plots to use the Sectis alien technology to wreak havoc across the galaxy. With a proper real-life supervillain in the village, the boys must step up their superhero game if they are to put a stop to the professors nefarious schemes. Along the way, they make new friends, and they encounter new bugs and superpowers. With the fate of the galaxy in the balance, the boys dig deep within themselves to truly understand what it means to be a hero!
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Stewart Hoffman was born in Doncaster, England, and spent the first ten years of his life growing up in the nearby village of Rossington. After that there were several hops around the globe before he settled again in sunny Southern California. Stewart is a web developer, a world traveler, and a story teller. A reader (science fiction mostly) and a film fanatic armed with his own blog. He’s a Whovian and a Trekkie, and a fan of the unaltered original trilogy. He also knows the answer to the ultimate question!

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iUniverse
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Published on
Aug 25, 2017
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Pages
202
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ISBN
9781532031250
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Science Fiction / Action & Adventure
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This content is DRM free.
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