Diary of a Teenage Superhero

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A teenager wakes up in a seedy hotel room. He has no memory of his name or his past. A man lies dying on the floor next to him. Someone starts pounding at the door.

He runs. He is chased.

While staying one step ahead of his pursuers, he begins to assemble the pieces of his life. His name is Axel. He is the victim of an amazing experiment and he is not alone... More
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About Darrell Pitt

Darrell Pitt is a Melbourne-based writer with a lifelong interest in public speaking and communication.

As a long term member of Toastmasters International, he has achieved Toastmaster's highest educational recognition - the Distinguished Toastmaster award. In 2016 he was selected as the District 73 Toastmaster of the Year among a field of more than 3000 members.

He has delivered hundreds of presentations, as well as being a winner of many public speaking contests.

In addition to his interest in speaking, he is also an accomplished author. His thirteen novels include the 2015 CBCA Notable book, The Firebird Mystery, and the 2017 Russell Prize shortlisted novel, A Toaster on Mars.

His most recent work is The Fast Guide to Public Speaking. A concise guide to the art and craft of public speaking, one reader recently described it as, 'An invaluable resource. I learnt more from it in a day than I'd learnt in the last forty years combined.'

Together with his wife, Cleo, Darrell runs Speechly, a public speaking training company located in Melbourne, Australia. He is available for presentations on either speaking or writing, and can be reached through: www.speechly.com.au

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Review by: Jonathan Graham on April 19, 2013 :
Excellent fun read for everyone
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Review by: Alex Munroe on Feb. 20, 2013 :
A fun, free book! Liked the story and it made me want to pick up the next installment. I spotted a few errors but overall, I still enjoyed the book. Thank you, Darrell!
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Review by: Deborah-Ann on Jan. 18, 2013 :
Terrific book! I read it through nonstop in one weekend-total page turner,fast paced and no superfluous detail.
Oh, and in case the girls are put off by the macho title,I found the developing romance between the 2 protagonists rather sweet :)
Darrell Pitt's writing style reminds me of Alex Rider(Anthony Horowitz)and Jimmy Coates(Joe Craig), maybe Young Bond(Charlie Higson) too. Looking forward to the next book in the series.
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