Adam Powerhouse: Birth of the Double Zero (Episodes 1 to 9)

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Adam Powerhouse is a superhuman boy with extraordinary strength and intelligence. Once a twin, he gains his powers when his mother is struck by lightning while pregnant. The first installment of the series tracks Adam from birth through the 6th grade as he makes friends, starts a band, and fights bad guys. Adam struggles with adolescence and human nature as he chooses between good and evil. More

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Published: March 31, 2012
Words: 36,440
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476000565
About Kevin T. Goddard

Kevin T. Goddard was born in Springfield, Missouri in 1975. He grew up watching shows and movies like Transformers, G.I. Joe, Star Wars, Star Trek, Dukes of Hazzard, A-Team, and much more action/adventure/science fiction. Kevin is currently a school administrator in Missouri. His family consists of a wife, 8 kids, and a chihuahua. Kevin earned a Doctorate of Education, Ed. D., in Educational Leadership in 2010. He started writing when he was a kid, but as he worked on his advanced degrees in the field of education, his writing turned academic.

About 9 years ago, Kevin wrote a short book entitled Adam Powerhouse: Birth of the Double Zero. After finishing it, he didn't know what to do, so Kevin saved it on his computer and forgot about it. When he reopened the file in 2010, Kevin was surprised to find that many of the things Adam invented in 2001 were now a part of reality...cell phones that connected to the internet, skateboards that work more like a snowboard, video games that allow you to be a rockstar, and more! So, he's had to update Adam's world. It continues to evolve and Kevin hopes Adam lives for a long, long time and you enjoy every adventure Adam has.

Kevin plans on starting more characters with the help of his two oldest daughters and chronicaling those characters lives through episodes as he has Adam's.

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Review by: Dionne Washington on Oct. 22, 2013 : star star star star star
I totally enjoyed reading this though I did purchase the first three before I did this one. The thought of Adam having two more superpowered friends is great especially since their his friends. I hope those two are the only ones. Besides, any chance of more about him? Because I totally loved this 'series' and wish for more.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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