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Some Kind of Hero

Some Kind of Hero Kayo s back and kicking ass It s been a hard six months since Karen Hashimoto quit being Crushette number one henchwoman of Doctor Maniac and super villain extraordinaire and became Kayo member of th

  • Title: Some Kind of Hero
  • Author: S.J. Delos
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 336
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Kayo s back and kicking ass It s been a hard six months since Karen Hashimoto quit being Crushette number one henchwoman of Doctor Maniac and super villain extraordinaire and became Kayo, member of the superhero group, The Good Guys After winning a candidacy for the most prestigious award possible, Kayo s not so far gone past comes back full swing, determined to showKayo s back and kicking ass It s been a hard six months since Karen Hashimoto quit being Crushette number one henchwoman of Doctor Maniac and super villain extraordinaire and became Kayo, member of the superhero group, The Good Guys After winning a candidacy for the most prestigious award possible, Kayo s not so far gone past comes back full swing, determined to show the world that changing the name doesn t really change the girl Facing off against friends, foes, and everyone in between, Karen must prove once and for all that she truly is some kind of hero.

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    1. I've been waiting for Kayos second appearance for some time now. After starting reading i could not quiet get what some of the comments i saw at amazon where about, Karens little "anger management problem" and her impulse issues were to be expected within an interesting (albeit a little predictable) storyThen came the last 1/4 or so of the book and especially the last (say) two chapters + Epilogues.Those were kind of disappointing. It kind of read like S.J. was in a hurry to get it over with. A [...]


    2. The problem I have with many Super Heroes is that they either become too powerful and their encounters become ludicrous, or they just become arrogantly stupid and we have to put up with the ridiculous banter before they finally get around to doing their job.For example Karen could have simply taken out a few criminals, but she decided to strut around and tell them how stupid they were. While she was doing this they just set off a bomb and walked away. Of course the bomb doesn’t hurt her becaus [...]


    3. Better than the first. Good character growth from the consequences of the first one, better prose, a fun ride all around. Worth sticking around for, no doubt in my mind. Good female friendships. Bechdel Test pass, if you worry, plus a really lovely set of character arcs.


    4. Enjoyed the world building and liked the characters and story as much as the first but constantly jarred by missing words and fragmented sentences. A better edit would have got another star!


    5. As with the previous book, there were enough editing mistakes to cost this entry a star from its four-star rating, but the story was still worthwhile and I look forward to a sequel. Karen's world is eminently plausible as a take on "the real world, with existing comic books, plus supers," and the A-plot is set up rather well. In fact, it is in part that excellence of story and world that makes the grammatical issues so frustrating; a good proofreading pass would have put this in contention for a [...]


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