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  1. 4 out of 5

    Romanticfae

    If u like p s powers This won’t disappoint you can tell a p s powers book easily there is definitely a flavour to them. I enjoyed this new series, I personally prefer when his main characters are men but that’s a preference it’s still a good read with a message, but if you’re new to his work it’s good he writes good superhero books enjoy.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Tony Hisgett

    This was a speculative download that seemed intriguing, however when I started the book, but I didn’t realise it was full of people with ridiculous ‘superpowers’. I very rarely like superhero books so I nearly gave up on this one, but it had a weird quirky charm. Actually some of the things that occur are just bizarre and on several occasions the ‘world’ created by the author didn’t really make sense. As for the story it was both enthralling and at times, just rubbish. By the end I really didn’t This was a speculative download that seemed intriguing, however when I started the book, but I didn’t realise it was full of people with ridiculous ‘superpowers’. I very rarely like superhero books so I nearly gave up on this one, but it had a weird quirky charm. Actually some of the things that occur are just bizarre and on several occasions the ‘world’ created by the author didn’t really make sense. As for the story it was both enthralling and at times, just rubbish. By the end I really didn’t know what rating to give, so I just went for three.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Eric

    Has its points, some parts are even very good, but a distressing carelessness (not the good kind) in language and its use suggests hurry, lack of craft, the things that separate neat idea from well-told tale. So no, only 3 stars I think.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Patrick

    Fun The story was interesting but the biggest problems were a lack of proofreading and editing. I'm not an expert in any way but proofreading would have removed broken sentences, at least. The dialogue had sections that should have been rewritten. The narration had flaws that could have have been overlooked in the dialogue as part of the character's stress, confusion or whatever in a moment an event or whatever but which make no sense in the narration. The characters existing in a Marvel-like uni Fun The story was interesting but the biggest problems were a lack of proofreading and editing. I'm not an expert in any way but proofreading would have removed broken sentences, at least. The dialogue had sections that should have been rewritten. The narration had flaws that could have have been overlooked in the dialogue as part of the character's stress, confusion or whatever in a moment an event or whatever but which make no sense in the narration. The characters existing in a Marvel-like universe was great. The origin stories that were referenced had a nice variety. The personalities and powers followed suit. It reminded me of the old British comedy "No Heroics" more than "The Boys". The MC is one step away from being an antihero. In any other universe, the relationships and worldviews would be awful but here they seem normal. The powers create superheroes or supervillians, not just people with powers. If they are vigilantes they are heroes, if not they are villains. It's very clear comics reality and got me involved, until the editing of lack thereof broke the story flow for me. I bailed at about 50% in but would have liked being able to finish it. It might not throw a lot of other readers off, so it should be entertaining. I tend to lose interest if for any reason the story flow drifts or fragments.

  5. 5 out of 5

    William H Merlin

    Start of another great series! If you've never read any PS power books you are missing out! Great story. Lines, well developed characters. Hanna is a bit of a Paris Hilton party girl/heiress who,after her fourth apparent kindling attempt, has had enough! She cleans up her act and decided to learn to defend herself and then some. One catch, there are those who have powers in her world, some use them for good and others for bad things. Hanna is pretty much just a normal person...... Not! Start of another great series! If you've never read any PS power books you are missing out! Great story. Lines, well developed characters. Hanna is a bit of a Paris Hilton party girl/heiress who,after her fourth apparent kindling attempt, has had enough! She cleans up her act and decided to learn to defend herself and then some. One catch, there are those who have powers in her world, some use them for good and others for bad things. Hanna is pretty much just a normal person...... Not!

  6. 4 out of 5

    jacqueline

    Fantasy Fiction At Its Best Hannah has it all - money, looks and time on her hands. Unfortunately, she's also a magnet for kidnappers. After numerous kidnappings she decides enough is enough and enlists the aid of some weird strangers to help her achieve her goal out being a Damsel: No More! Hopefully the start of another intriguing series of books by PS Power. Well worth a read and a great intro into PS Power's back catalogue Fantasy Fiction At Its Best Hannah has it all - money, looks and time on her hands. Unfortunately, she's also a magnet for kidnappers. After numerous kidnappings she decides enough is enough and enlists the aid of some weird strangers to help her achieve her goal out being a Damsel: No More! Hopefully the start of another intriguing series of books by PS Power. Well worth a read and a great intro into PS Power's back catalogue

  7. 4 out of 5

    Mike Goodman

    Funny Walking This book will make you get up and try the technique of walking funny. Great news is there was no Tor Baker in any form in this book This story of a heiress who was preyed upon too many times, breaking and turns herself around to be prey no more was Awesome. Thanks P.S. When are you going to do a Gamelit story?

  8. 5 out of 5

    Ed And

    Another winner from P.S Power. This book begins a new story arc, with all new characters (maybe with one exception). It is extremely readable and the plot move smoothly and logically. The new reality has super and mid-sized beings all working towards a good goal. Have fun!!! 😁😆🤗

  9. 4 out of 5

    MKenfield21

    Decent PS Power book that ultimately becomes pretty bogged-down in the typical PS Power stuff. E.g., setting up philanthropic enterprises; being on reality TV shows; radical truth-telling; up-talk; protagonist being pretty capable but not realizing it; "that way;" etc. It doesn't wallow in misery like the Tor series though, which is something. Decent PS Power book that ultimately becomes pretty bogged-down in the typical PS Power stuff. E.g., setting up philanthropic enterprises; being on reality TV shows; radical truth-telling; up-talk; protagonist being pretty capable but not realizing it; "that way;" etc. It doesn't wallow in misery like the Tor series though, which is something.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Queen Suga

    Solid story slow pacing I actually enjoyed this story a lot. The plot itself was a good one. However I found the pacing to be slow. Took me a week to finish the book when it usually takes me about a day on average. Even with pacing issues the plot was legit really good and I’ll definently be picking up book 2

  11. 5 out of 5

    Robert Haxton

    A very unique character I was just looking around for something easy to read, and I found Damsel. This book is an close as you can come to an original plot. There aren’t many new ones out there. A quote from the book seems appropriate: “she could walk up to a street gang and ask for directions. Nine times out of ten she would get them”.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Pam Bales

    Good read. Sadly, I often read books based on their cover. I tipped my toe into this one for that reason and am glad I did. Interesting take on "super" powers and the world in general. Ready for the next. Good read. Sadly, I often read books based on their cover. I tipped my toe into this one for that reason and am glad I did. Interesting take on "super" powers and the world in general. Ready for the next.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Richard

    Easy read I’ve read some of Powers other books which is why I took on this. There are some glitches grammar wise but nothing that disturbes greatly. Not much to say, the synopsis capture the book rather nicely, I think. I really do like the world we know but now with a twist.

  14. 4 out of 5

    David

    A really new and interesting take on supers I really enjoyed the approach to the usual super hero origin story that instead of wanting revenge or seeking justice the main character was only looking to not be a victim anymore

  15. 4 out of 5

    Darla Maybee

    Fun plot but annoying writing Fun but annoying writing Author uses question mark to excess. Sounds like a Valley girl talking but Carrys it over to other characters. Good plot mostly makes up for it.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Alan Clements

    The story itself isn't bad but I found the overuse of commas annoying. I'm sure the intention was to add a dramatic effect or possibly hesitation on the part of the characters but it became such a distraction that I had to keep putting the book down and do something else. The story itself isn't bad but I found the overuse of commas annoying. I'm sure the intention was to add a dramatic effect or possibly hesitation on the part of the characters but it became such a distraction that I had to keep putting the book down and do something else.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Michael Wooten

    New series? I hope so I have enjoyed some of Power’s works, and to be honest some not so much. This series in part reminds me of the Tony series, but with Supers and magic. I hope we see more of Damsel.

  18. 4 out of 5

    michael hooper

    Loved it As usual from this Author the book was good. It has interesting characters and a great plot line. I will definitely be getting book two and hoping for more.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Joe Wolfenden

    Cool super woman An interesting story. Wish there was a sequel. Just start getting into the characters as the story comes to its end.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Helen Bilson

    Wow! Great book! Great book. I hate the angst so many authors count on for drama. Damsel actually talks to people, solves problems, wow. Great job. Thank you.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Linda U. Dickens

    Poor Got halfway through and just could not finish the book. Normally I like this author and this has to be the worst book he has ever written.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Hud Russo

    Great story I am interested to see how her life goes onward. Was a interesting world and people and powers. Hopefully you will explore this world at some point.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Charlididityahoo.com

    Enjoyed the ride. Fun and entertaining. Reality stars turned secret supper heros. Like they could keep that kind of secret " or Any other. Still fun. Enjoyed the ride. Fun and entertaining. Reality stars turned secret supper heros. Like they could keep that kind of secret " or Any other. Still fun.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Lance E Droy

    Great fun! Just a romp! After starting, but not finishing, so many hyper complicated, violent sci fi, it was a great to read this charming, almost silly,quirky fairy tale!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Olusunmade Ejiwunmi

    Great The premise is excellent, what can you achieve even without superpowers. Power's writing style is unique as always but very compelling. Great The premise is excellent, what can you achieve even without superpowers. Power's writing style is unique as always but very compelling.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Mike

  27. 5 out of 5

    bruce

  28. 4 out of 5

    Douglas Ward

  29. 4 out of 5

    Steve

  30. 5 out of 5

    Steven Leiper

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