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    The Power Broker

    What do you think about action-packed superhero stories? Svolos has a compelling story about super humans that will engulf readers into a tailspin of action. Normal people by day and superhero personas by night, you could say…sounds dreadfully tiresome and quite difficult to reel it all in, doesn’t it? What happens if you make a tiny slip about your true identity? What happens if a whole team of superheroes were detained and you had to bail them out? Little ole you? We are back at the daily grind with reporter of the Beacon, Reuben Conway, in this second installment. Conway gets a visit from the homeless superhero, Panhandler, to discuss a missing kid. This kid ran away from his family to learn how to better handle his superpowers after an accident, but now he is gone! Just poof…disappeared and Conway is Panhandler’s only hope at sniffing out what happened. On top of that, Conway gets mixed up with someone else who happens to be behind several protests throughout the United States to ban superheroes from using their powers. With these two highly confidential cases up and in the wind, Reuben barely has any time for himself, much less his girlfriend. On the one day that he takes her to the beach, these massive robots come out of the water and it is back to protecting the city again. So much for a date, huh?! Slowly, little breadcrumbs start to fall and Reuben finds himself thinking that all three cases may actually be interwoven together into one disturbing end of the world master plan. With no powers and no help from the Angels due to a detainment in North Korea, how can he ever hope to save them and the world at the same exact time? Svolos turns up the heat with the second installment of the Conway Series. The characters are captivating and well-developed. They all have some attributes that may have been inspired by well-known comic characters in movies and illustrations today; however, they also have uniqueness and creativity to them as well. The plot is original and the pace is nice and steady throughout the entire read. If you are reader of superheroes and paranormal fiction, you may want to pick this one up. Fair warning, once you do, you may get sucked into Reuben’s world rather quickly. We do recommend the first installment, The Hero Beat, to be read prior to this one since it is a direct continuation. A copy of this book was provided to Turning Another Page by Loving the Book and in no way affects the honesty of this review. We provide a five-star rating to The Power Broker by Nick Svolos.

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