What happens when darkness threatens the world? What becomes of heroes when they must fight their own battles? Two years after the defeat of Cyber Shadow and the Young Guardians now face an enemy unlike any other. However, when it comes to fighting great evil, our heroes will soon realize that their greatest enemy . . . is within!
|Publisher:||Outskirts Press, Inc.|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.48(d)|
About the Author
Grady P. Brown, a longtime science fiction devotee, is a young man who envisions a world very different from our own. He is a college student in Southern California, and a lifelong writer. In his writing, he creates a place where young men and women are empowered superheroes responsible for changing the course of history. Grady hopes you enjoy his story and welcomes you to his world . . .
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The Young Guardians and the Great Darkness based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
There is a young college man who has written 2 books and is now on the 3rd book. A trilogy and maybe the start of a series? At first I thought only adventure stories as I began to read, but it has a depth of problems faced and overcome. It is not just the fight of good and evil. It deals with problems that many people face. Loss of family members, finding a new primary group. Putting the past behind, to strive for a worthwhile future. And that's only in the first book. As the main characters continue they are met with humor as well as adventure by adding in new characters. Added in are struggles with self in not being more of whatever might have been possible in the past. Learning to be a stronger person with faced limitations. What depth of hidden human understanding it is! Just in a group of teenagers binding together to fight a common evil foe. I am looking forward to reading Grady Brown's future books. I believe these stories from a highly imaginative new writer could be the start of something for movies or TV series once they are on the market with a large following. Even though the main characters are young , these could be for several generations to enjoy. I am not a teen or young adult. As a senior citizen I am looking forward to older people ( except for the evil ones) to be introduced.