Nobody Gets the Girl: A Superhero Novel

Nobody Gets the Girl: A Superhero Novel

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by James Maxey
     
 

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Richard Rogers was an ordinary man until he met the super-genius Dr. Nicolas Knowbokov. Now trapped in a world that has no memory of him, Richard is an invisible, intangible ghost to everyone but Dr. Know and the scientist�s two superheroine daughters, Rail Blade and the Thrill. Assigned the codename Nobody, Richard becomes the world�s ultimate spy, invisibly battling

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Richard Rogers was an ordinary man until he met the super-genius Dr. Nicolas Knowbokov. Now trapped in a world that has no memory of him, Richard is an invisible, intangible ghost to everyone but Dr. Know and the scientist�s two superheroine daughters, Rail Blade and the Thrill. Assigned the codename Nobody, Richard becomes the world�s ultimate spy, invisibly battling the super-powered terrorist army run by the mysterious mastermind Rex Monday. The fate of the free world is at stake as the superhuman battles escalate, wiping entire cities from the map, threatening the survival of all mankind. Who can save us from the looming apocalypse? Nobody!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940012175304
Publisher:
James Maxey
Publication date:
01/25/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
288
Sales rank:
412,898
File size:
688 KB

Meet the Author

James Maxey lives in Hillsborough, NC. His novels include the Bitterwood Trilogy, the superhero tale Nobody Gets the Girl, and the upcoming fantasy epic Greatshadow.

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Nobody Gets the Girl: A Superhero Novel 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
DonMassi More than 1 year ago
I thought this was a terrific read. It really captures a comic book sensibility, slam bang action, outlandish villains and a pseudo-scientific setting that's just plausible enough to suspend your disbelief yet still wild enough to make you say wow! The characters are slightly more complex than their comic book counterparts except for the main protagonist, Nobody, who's completely unexpected. I couldn't get enough of him. Add to that a heartwarming, unexpected ending and you've got a real winner in "Nobody Gets The Girl".
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