Summary: In a world full of superheroes, Thom appears as any average teenager—busy playing basketball, going to school, volunteering, and working. But as much as Thom appears normal, he’s started to develop powers. While most people would take this as a blessing, Thom considers it a curse, as his former-superhero father was ostracized due to a botched mission that killed hundreds of bystanders.
Soon, though, Thom is using his powers as part of a team of other superheroes, each with their own secrets and problems. Unfortunately, being a hero isn’t the only thing he’s hiding from his father — Thom is gay, a fact that threatens to rip his whole life apart.
Six Word Review: Fluffy, fun, action. Unusual queer literature.
How Many Stars Would You Give This Book: 6.5/10 stars. I liked this book. It was a fun, light read. Thom was a great narrator and the story written in a way that not only got readers interested but kept them engaged in the story. However, it wasn’t a book with a ton of substance, so while it was good for what it was, don’t expect anything else. Continue reading