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The Last Superhero (A Review)

The Last Superhero, courtesy of The Blazing Center.

The Last Superhero, courtesy of The Blazing Center.

The Last Superhero truly is a novel of Danger & Supense, as the cover suggests. It’s a fun little novel published on Kindle, and you can get it for $0.99! The story is the self-aware and sarcastic musings of the Wagner family-a grandfather, a dad, and a son who all have super strength. They have to fight classic, stereotypically evil super villains armed only with huge biceps and cutting wit. Who will win?

I won’t give away too much of the plot because, well, the novel isn’t that long to begin with. It’s a fun little page-turner, and if you want something for a Saturday afternoon then this is a great choice.  It’s not going to win any Pulitzer Prizes, but it’s a great companion to curl up with on the couch.

Head on over to The Blazing Center to learn more about Stephen Altrogge, the author, and his work.

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