When superhero Magno Girl discovers her ex-boyfriend turned super villain has stolen some magic rice from a Chinese restaurant, she suspects there’s more to the plot than some Moo Goo Gai Pan. Luckily, she’s met a ninja biker with a nice stash of samurai swords, and he can’t wait to help. He’s just the kind of rowdy guy her mom wants her to avoid – and he’s just the kind of guy she can’t keep away from. Can she get to the bottom of a supernatural scheme that involves the wreckage of her past love life? And will the sparks from her latest struggle create a new romance?
“Magno Girl and the Beast of Brooklyn” is a novelette filled with action and absurdity. It’s a tale of “boy-meets-girl” – but the girl’s a little different, and the guy likes it that way.
You can read about Magnolia’s further adventures in the full-length novel, “Magno Girl.”
Disclaimer: There is no rice in Moo Goo Gai Pan. I’m a fiction writer, not a restaurant blogger. – Joe
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About the Author
Joe Canzano is a writer and musician from New Jersey, U.S.A. His short stories have appeared in a half-dozen literary journals, as well as in the Akashic Books online series, "Mondays are Murder." His debut novel, "Magno Girl," is available worldwide. For more information, please visit his web site at www.happyjoe.net.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Very funny story with a cool female superhero named Magnolia. It's wacky but in a good way. It's a love story,too, in its own weird way. Check it out.