Gods of Justice

Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Like mythical gods of the past, superheroes are a primal force of nature. This thrilling collection of ten original short stories features brand new heroes in action-packed adventures that will grip you and never let go.

Each is written by some of the most talented writers today, including DC Comics writer Ricardo Sanchez and Star Trek author Dayton Ward. More

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Published by Cliffhanger Books
Words: 78,950
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458135735
About Kevin Hosey

Kevin is an author, editor and cartoonist. His short stories have appeared in several publications, including two STAR TREK STRANGE NEW WORLDS anthologies (Simon and Schuster), GODS OF JUSTICE and PARAMOURTAL (both from Cliffhanger Books), HINT FICTION (W.W. Norton) and the sci-fi magazine, BEYOND CENTAURI.

Kevin is a member of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America. You can always find him on his website, participating in discussion panels at several speculative fiction conventions in Texas and signing books at Barnes and Noble.

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Like mythical gods of the past, superheroes are a primal force of nature. This thrilling collection of ten original short stories features brand new heroes in action-packed adventures that will grip you and never let go. Each is written by some of the most talented writers today, including DC Comics writer Ricardo Sanchez and Star Trek author Dayton Ward.

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Review by: S.P. Sipal on July 05, 2011 :
Gods of Justice is a great collection of entertaining superhero short stories. While I enjoyed them all, I especially liked Lisa Gail Green's story "Identity Crisis" with its wonderful twist on young superheroes. Leslie is an identical twin living in the shadow of her superhero sister, until she's called upon to use her own awesome powers that she didn't even know she possessed.

Told from the point of view of the less spectacular twin who is literally hiding in her twin's shadow, Green's young heroine must face her insecurities (and the villain) alone, and when she does, discovers that her powers even outshine her sister's. The characterization is richly developed and I found myself cheering on both twins as they saw themselves fresh from each other's perspective.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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