Scarred

Scarred Superpowers don t make you a hero Verity Fortune s crime fighting days are over In exile defeated by her smug supervillain nemesis her shady past exposed even her own superpowered family condemn her

  • Title: Scarred
  • Author: Erica Hayes
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 282
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Superpowers don t make you a hero.Verity Fortune s crime fighting days are over In exile, defeated by her smug supervillain nemesis, her shady past exposed even her own superpowered family condemn her as a traitor Whatever it takes, Verity s determined to prove she can still be a force for good.Now, Sapphire City faces a new threat A delinquent duo with extraordinary poSuperpowers don t make you a hero.Verity Fortune s crime fighting days are over In exile, defeated by her smug supervillain nemesis, her shady past exposed even her own superpowered family condemn her as a traitor Whatever it takes, Verity s determined to prove she can still be a force for good.Now, Sapphire City faces a new threat A delinquent duo with extraordinary powers and a terrifying talent for destruction Outmatched and on the run, her telekinetic powers faltering, Verity can t defeat this menace alone but who can she trust, when the only person who believes in her is her arch enemy

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    1. Mon avis en FrançaisMy English reviewI enjoyed the first book and I found it very interesting to follow superheroes for a change. I must say that Verity went through many things in the previous novel and I was curious to find out what would happen to her now.Left to herself and facing her family who doesn’t trust her anymore, our heroine tries to regain her place little by little. Yet her relationship with the mayor and her sworn enemy makes her a pariah in their eyes and that’s why she is [...]

    2. Read the entire review on That Bookshelf Bitch!I received a digital copy of this book (via NetGalley) in exchange for an honest review. Thank you, Erica Hayes and HarperCollins!Before I proceed with the actual review, I would just like to clarify that I did not read the first installment of this series, Scorched.I am a massive sucker for superheroes, really – I embarrassingly cry out of sheer happiness during Marvel and X-men movies, and I am a huge fan of televisions series such as Arrow, The [...]

    3. What I liked:Action and angst packed, two of my favourites. Verity borders on the line between good and evil, and hero and anti-hero, forever questioning herself, while some of the superheroes in the story behave less than heroically. I love that there's no clear divide sometimes. Vincent also makes for one twisted, complex, evil to the bone villain. But Glimmerwhat a hero, in all senses of the word. This dude has had his life wrecked and gets saddled with the most conflicted super 'hero' in the [...]

    4. I loved the first book, gave it 5 stars in fact. I did not want it to be a stand alone, so I was incredibly stoked to see this book come up on Netgalley. Our superhero heroine spent the entire book twisting and turning to discover who the villain was, Only to find out that in many ways, it was her all along. This book picks up shortly after the end of book one. The bad guy had won, but the truth is, there was still so much we did't know. It still doesn't feel like we have the truth of everything [...]

    5. I received this from NetGalley in exchange for a review so here it is :Truth be told, I actually have not read the first book in this series(Scorched). I jumped into this not knowing it's a sequel, so I was left out on all the events that took place in the first book. Erica did a pretty good job in mentioning all the important parts that happened, so I was not completely clueless and had a rough idea of how the last book ended. This book on its own was a very entertaining read and I would like t [...]

    6. Once again we have a supervillain who is hyperintelligent, handsome and (literally) hot and our heroine is obsessed with him. Addicted to him. Imagine reading a story about a superhero who is a recovering alcoholic and every other page rambles on about how beautiful whisky is, and eventually realises the only way to win the day is to get really smashed.It's tiresome, tedious in the extreme. If you're a fan of OTT angst and super-hot know-it-all psychopaths then maybe you'll enjoy it, but I was s [...]

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