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Review: Failstate: Legends

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Review: Failstate: Legends

Reviewed by: Jill Williamson
Genre: fantasy/superhero
Publisher: Marcher Lord Press
Publication Date: April 2013

Teen superhero Failstate thought life would get easier now that he’d earned his superhero license. But when a legendary superhero returns from the dead and brings with him a horde of zombies, Failstate is a bit flustered. Dozens of professional superheroes come in from all over the world to help, and most of them are treating Failstate like a kid when New Chayton is HIS town to protect!

Nobody thinks he can get the job done. Plus his older brother, Gauntlet, and his best friend, Veritas, aren’t helping like they could; two beautiful girls are vying for Failstate’s affections; and his own powers are going wacko. What’s a superhero to do?

The Failstate series might look like books for kids, but like so many other young adult titles out there, these are fun for grownups too. The humor, rousing action, and mystery are totally addicting! Boys will especially love it. John Otte is going to be a major figure in science fiction and fantasy. If you enjoy superhero movies, do yourself a favor and read these books. You won’t be disappointed.

Rated PG-13: There is a lot of superhero/zombie killing violence in this book and some adult themes.

Review copy provided by the publisher. Thank you!


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