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Project: Hero
     

Project: Hero

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by MR Rick L. Phillips
 

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An old homeless man is found lying in the gutter, dead from old age. They discover that he was once the World War II superhero called Flag-waver. Daniel Urich, a wealthy retired superhero, wants to make sure nothing like this happens to the currently active superheroes and finds a way to help them. But a threat from the past comes to the present and now this loosely

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An old homeless man is found lying in the gutter, dead from old age. They discover that he was once the World War II superhero called Flag-waver. Daniel Urich, a wealthy retired superhero, wants to make sure nothing like this happens to the currently active superheroes and finds a way to help them. But a threat from the past comes to the present and now this loosely gathered team of heroes must stand up to it. If you are a fan of the Silver Age or Bronze Age of comic books, then this is a novel for you.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781483998343
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
03/30/2013
Pages:
168
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.36(d)

Meet the Author

Rick L. Phillips was born in Covington, Kentucky to Louis and Margaret Phillips. He received a BA in Radio, Television and Film Communications from Northern Kentucky University. He is an announcer and voice actor and his agent is the Heyman Talent Agency in Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana. His first professional story was a short story titled "War Between Two Worlds" published in the book "It's That Time Again Volume 3". It was edited by the late, great writer and editor Jim Harmon. His next book that was published was a children's book. It was his creation called "Dinky the Elf". He is the author of the murder mystery "Last Train to Murder",the superhero book "Project:Hero" and wrote short stories for as well as conceived and edited the book "With Great Power". Both of his parents were Sunday School Teachers and his father was a Deacon in his church. Rick accepted Christ when he was 9 years old. He was a Sunday School Teacher for 3 years and is active in the church choir and has sang solos and as part of a group at other churches. Like his Father he is now a Deacon in the church. He lives in Kentucky with his wife Violet.

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Project: Hero 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Allthingsbook-ReviewRL More than 1 year ago
A great book for those who like comics and superhero's. Original and fun storyline will keep you entertained. I highly recommend to all YA, comic, and superhero fans. (Disclaimer- I received this book in exchange for an honest review)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The story was very well done. It was told from a unique perspective, The heroes have unique names that in some cases don't give away their abilities. The story is told with great detail and not filled with useless information that has nothing to do with the plot. The characters are developed well but not everything is told so more can be uncovred in future books. Everything is kept in balance and developed very well. If you like comic book superheroes or just the current movies based on them then you will like this book.