Superpowered isn’t a book necessarily about super heroes, but more about people that have super powers. We’re always presented with stories of heroic adventures, or villainous acts of those with special abilities. Isn’t time that we see a story from the point of view of someone who has super powers, doesn’t like them, and in fact loathes others with super powers? I mean, they fly around in sparkly colors, and spandex that is often WAY too tight for them. Is it too much to ask to just be left alone to live your life, raise a family, and find success?
Apparently so. Dennis Neidrich has his entire world turned upside down in a matter of hours. He soon learns that no matter how careful you are, no matter what you do, and regardless of what you want, you WILL be dragged into the game that others so willingly embrace. The Superpowered novel takes you on a ride with Dennis, putting you there at every victory, every death, and every stomach-churning misfortune that befalls him.