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Twenty-year-old Leia Hamilton discovers that she can move things—and set them on fire—with her mind, a result of her father being a former superhero and her mother, the deadliest of supervillains. Unlike other superhero-related novels, the focus in Mindfire isn’t on secret identities, costumes or evil plots endangering the world. Instead, the female protagonist’s self-discovery and adaptation to her circumstances take precedence. This novel is also a psychological thriller, delving into mystery, alive with action, unafraid to show love and explore spirituality. But at its heart, Mindfire pulls you into a diverse world of human and superhuman heroes and villains, unapologetically revealing who they are and why none of them are perfect.
Leia’s father and step-mother tried to hide their past from her until she was ready: a time when they were part of a team of superheroes. That team disbanded two decades ago after a series of tragedies but that didn’t prevent their problems from being passed on to their children. Making life and death decisions with virtually no experience and incredible power, some of Leia’s choices have terrible consequences. For Leia, this leads to a personal crossroads and a search for redemption.
|Publisher:||Emerald House Group, Incorporated|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x (d)|
About the Author
Allen Steadham created comic books and webcomics before he started writing novels. He has been married to his wife, Angel, since 1995 and they have two sons and a daughter. When not writing stories or drawing comics, Allen and his wife are singers, songwriters and musicians. They have been in a Christian band together since 1997. They live in Central Texas.