The Superhero's Test

The Superhero s Test For fans of Logan Rutherford s The Second Super and Tom Reynolds s Meta Seventeen year old Kevin Jason starts his first day at his new school by unintentionally punching the local bully through the ca

  • Title: The Superhero's Test
  • Author: Lucas Flint
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 264
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • For fans of Logan Rutherford s The Second Super and Tom Reynolds s Meta Seventeen year old Kevin Jason starts his first day at his new school by unintentionally punching the local bully through the cafeteria wall When Kevin s father, a legendary superhero, learns of this, he insists on training Kevin to master his new powers, though Kevin finds his father s training meFor fans of Logan Rutherford s The Second Super and Tom Reynolds s Meta Seventeen year old Kevin Jason starts his first day at his new school by unintentionally punching the local bully through the cafeteria wall When Kevin s father, a legendary superhero, learns of this, he insists on training Kevin to master his new powers, though Kevin finds his father s training methods a lot less exciting than he thought they were going to be.But Kevin s training takes on new urgency when the local bully s father Master Chaos, one of the world s most dangerous supervillains breaks out of prison and declares Kevin his new archenemy for harming his son.Now Kevin must complete his training as a superhero before Master Chaos arrives If Kevin doesn t complete his training in time, then all of the power in the world won t be able to keep him and his family safe from the madman who wants him dead.

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  • I knew what I was getting into, and I am pretty satisfied. This book is a mainstream superhero fantasy novel. Don't expect anything else. The story happens in a modern America where some human has awakened neogenes due to the passing of halley's comet. Neogenes provides superhuman abilities to the awakened humans. The story revolves around Kevin jake jason. His dad is a superhero, obviously. Kevin is an immature, fame seeking, compassionate teen. He is bullied in his new school and he punches th [...]


  • This book has a lot of potential, but it just seems to struggle with getting to it, a bit like the main character.This is the story of a teenager who finds out that he has super powers that have evolved from the something called the ‘neogene’. This ‘neogene’ apparently just appeared the last time Haley’s Comet flew past, were it activated the gene in a bunch of lucky people. This was a somewhat ridiculous preposition given that Haley’s has been past so many times in Human history, an [...]


  • FrustatingIf the point of this book was to make me hate this kid then the author succeeded. The "hero" of this book was the whiniest, most ignorant person. Never listening and always making the worst choices.


  • Cliché. No novel idea to set this book apart in the genre. Even his super powers are served up on a platter rather than having the suspense to know what powers he has. The main reason I gave this book three stars is the immaturity of the main character despite his given age. Otherwise the novel in itself is average.


  • Great book One of the best books I have read in a while. Everything about the book really pulled you in and there really weren't any boring parts.


  • 17-year old Kevin discovers that he’s the son of a superhero soon after he displays massive strength at a new school in Texas. His father tells him that he was destined to come into his powers. Cool! Question was: What were his powers? That’s what we’re trying to find out in this story. Meanwhile, a master villain that was once defeated by his father escapes prison looking to exact revenge for his son. Who’s his son? Of course, it would be none other than the bully at school. So now Kevi [...]


  • First of all, I won this book from a giveaway. And boy, am I glad I did! This is an absolute must -read for anyone who loves superheros. Author Lucas Flint (pen name) gives us a new, exciting, non DC or Marvel, universe of superheros and villains. What I loved most about this book is the fact that it's an origin story, with Kevin Jason (or is it Johnson) just beginning to learn how to control his newly discovered powers. No spoilers here, but sometimes he's referred to as one, sometimes the oth [...]


  • Loved this 1 as part of the 3 book set. (The Superhero's Son Omnibus: Books 1-3 (The Superhero's Son Omnibus Series)Very good story, great characters and a good idea of what being a teen superpowered person would do and feel. Can't wait for more from Lucas Flint. Recommend this author and all 3 books


  • Liked itI enjoyed the story although the names could be much better. I look forward to book 2. I hope that it will be far more impressive then this one. :)


  • Good book to read. Love to read about superhero's and these 5 superheroes where the best start for these books! Also my sons (15 and 18 years, dutch) loved to read it.



  • It was okay.A few grammatical errors aside, it was an enjoyable read. I'm looking forward to the rest of the series. K.R. status.



  • It was not a great book. But it wasn't TERRIBLE. The fighting was very descriptive and intense, but there were many problems. The rest of the book was not that well written. Especially the dialogue. There unnecessary repeated sentences, WAY too many questions (which makes the book quickly turn SUPER boring), and even a couple of misspelled words. And the story it self was too cliché. It was your typical superhero origin story, there was really nothing special about it. Also, Kevin Jason (Bolt) [...]


  • I won this book in a giveaway. I have to say it is an amazing book and I really loved it. Everyone should read this book. Everything on the book was perfect and now I want to read the other series. It is an honest review from me, and if you do not trust me than read it. I enjoyed this book a lot.


  • Typical story, boy just got his powers, thinks he can defeat everyone, very full of himself, luckily he has his father to help him. It is a very good story, but it feels like a children's book, not YA. Maybe I'm getting too old, but I got kind of tired of Kevin challenging his father, thinking he knows better and proving again, and again that he made bad decisions and that his father had to save the day. In other books like Please Don't Tell My Parents I'm a Supervillain we have the same thing h [...]


  • This is one novel that I would have to say I did not enjoy at all nor would I recommend reading itThe concept of the novel is a good one that could have been explored and developed a lot more than what it was - it could have had great potential - this could also be said for the characters. I feel that the author failed in going anywhere with the story line or with any of the characters.The characters are shallow, the scenarios are disjointed and the overall reactions by the characters make them [...]


  • Overall, the book was pretty good. I thought it was quite unique in the idea that the story is about a superhero prepping to be attacked for his actions. I did think however, that the dad was a bit strange in the story, it seemed like he had Aspergers or something. I don't know if the point was that. Also, I really did not like that Kevin revealed his identity to someone he barely knows. Very annoying. Besides that, and the ending, I think it wasn't that bad.


  • Interesting world The world sounds interesting, but the characters needed work. The kid was too rebellious but in strange ways. When he had an idea he rashly runs into it threatening everyone around him. He acted more like 12 than 17. The mother had a mysterious illness that poor her in the hospital but no other mention of it.


  • A promising startI liked the plot and the authors ability to get inside the story without becoming too cliche. I will get the next one just too see how the story developed. I look forward to bigger and better as time goes on.


  • This is a quick read. It wasn't a great read but I did read all 3 books he has out after it. The issue I have is the characters seem incredibly stupid. They do things that are obviously such a bad idea. I wish they had more common sense.


  • Decent book but could be better 2.5 stars. Though the premise is good, the book felt a bit too silly. The main character acts more like a 10 or 12 year old kid than a 17 year old teenager. The character development also needs improvement.


  • 2.5 stars. Though the premise is good, the book felt a bit too silly. The main character acts more like a 10 or 12 year old kid than a 17 year old teenager. The character development also needs improvement.


  • Ok book Stole a lot of ideas from other books and movies, like the memory taker from Men in Black, g men sounds suspiciously like x men, and the suit in the watch from the Flash comic books.But, not a horrible read


  • Great read Good book. A little short and I feel like more action could have been involved with a better plot line.


  • A fun readMichael Vey meets Sky High. I will be recommending this series to my children and grandchildren. Can't wait to read the next book in the series.


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