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  • Love it!

    I definitely have a new author that I love! My 2nd read from this author and I love this book as much as the first (Jordan's World - fabulous read). So this book is so different with some superpower discoveries and a past that collides with the present. It will keep you glued to the pages and you will not want to put it down. An excellent story that is intense, well-written, and absolutely riveting. Add wonderful characters and you have THIS book. Great job with blessings added. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • An engaging story with amazing characters

    "Seeking revenge is like purposefully keeping your own wound open until you inflict it on someone else, making you as bad as the person who hurt you." Leia Hamilton is a daughter born out of a superhero and a supervillain's affection. She has an ordinary life taking off until one day she begins to listen to some unnatural voices inside her head and it makes an effort to lead Leia. Her meeting with Black fox and Shadow brings about some disclosures about the voice and that comes like a surprise to Leia. The voice that is trying to lead her is of none other than the extremely dangerous and the psychotic woman who was also the strongest psychopath in the world. Who is she and why is she bothering Leia with her voices? What discoveries does Leia have to make about herself and her family? Will those acknowledgements lead to an altogether unexpected transformation in Leia's life as an ordinary person? Mindfire is a superhero thriller Christian fiction which has depicted what it means to be a superhero and how their existences are. The story is intriguing since the onset and the flings it takes in the preceding is great to read. That kept me rolling the pages. The best in the book was Maleovalence who is an alter ego character and I enjoyed that character very much. All in all, a book to peek into the lives of superheroes

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  • Right or wrong...but will Love win out?

    Sometimes the sins of the parents are visited on the kids..... An engaging book with layer upon layer to be digested. A different kind of superhero story, where the protagonist must come to terms with her life and powers, after never having known about her parents lives. The overarching theme is what the protagonist will do with these powers snd will they be used for good or for bad. Spirituality and love factor strongly in the story as the characters come to terms with who and what they are. Will Love conquer all? Well written, well conceived and perfectly executed, this story begs to be read and reread. A great book for a discussion group.

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  • Highly recommended

    Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite Mindfire is a work of fiction in the science fiction and fantasy sub-genre and was penned by author Allen Steadham. The work is suitable for the general adult reading audience due to the presence of some violent content and references to death. Centered on Christian themes, the story follows central protagonist Leia Hamilton in a world where superheroes are not only real, but some of them have tried to put those days long behind them. Leia’s parents are two such heroes, but when their daughter begins to move things with her mind and set things on fire, a new chain of events will lead Leia into the fight of her life. One of the features I enjoyed most about Allen Steadham’s new take on the superhero genre was its solid grounding in morality and spirituality. Mindfire certainly has all the fantastic action sequences and cinematically described scenarios that a reader might expect from this sub-genre, but Steadham also weaves in Christian themes and faith-based ideas that fit perfectly with Leia’s character development and add a new layer of reality and meaning to the story world. I also found Leia’s overall character arc to be well thought out and emotionally resonant, with dialogue that characterized her youthfulness but also showed her psychological and spiritual growth. The plot pacing starts off with a gradual introduction to the overall concept of the world, and once the action really gets going, readers are in for an exciting ride. Overall, I’d certainly recommend Mindfire to fans of the superhero genre and well-penned science fiction, but especially those seeking a refreshing new direction in this kind of storytelling.

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  • Mesmerizing story!

    Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite Mindfire by Allen Steadham is a superhero story with a twist. On the surface, Leia is your average college student who has a boyfriend, a job, and a family she loves dearly. However, that all changes when Leia discovers that she has the power to move things and control fire. Surprised and a little scared, Leia does some research and finds out that many people in her family (including her father and stepmother) were superheroes a couple of decades ago. Before she knows it, Leia has to take control of her abilities, figure out why her father and his fellow superheroes abandoned their duty, and why she and the next generation of superheroes must fight their old battles. In the meantime, Leia has to figure herself out, understand her abilities, and come to terms with why she is a superhero. Mindfire is focused more on Leia’s journey of self-discovery and self-acceptance than fighting the villains. While there is action in the story, this is more like a hero origin story than a classic battle between good and evil. Leia’s character is humble, thirsty for information, and looking for a way to understand what her life has become. There is no white and black in this story, there are shades of grey, and Leia has to find a way to find the perfect balance. Allen Steadham gives readers an insight into the mind of a superhero, the moral battle inside their heart, and the emotional upheaval they go through every single day. There are memorable characters, there is emotional overload, and reality that will make you feel like a part of the story.

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