Heroes Divided

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Now they are all falling apart, a family that is no more. Heroes turned into fugitives, heroes turned into villains. A war waged between legions who worship chaos and those who follow freedom has begun.

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About Alquir Black

It's been almost ten years of writing.
It began as a hobby, publishing for free, bringing Aaron, Luke and Dalton to life, and then fans suggested a crossover. And so Heroes United was born.
Now, it's been two amazing years of self-publishing, two years of amazing reviews and a lot of love from readers, and I can't thank you enough for all of your support.
It is time to go on now, to create something new.
New stories full of romance and tension, full of action scenes and heart-breaking moments, full of incredible characters and fun for you.
Diamond Girl is just the beginning, because I have returned.
My name is Alquir Black, a Mexican boy with a dream... And a lot of cats.

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About the Series: Superheroes - Superhero stories - Heroes United
Young, powerful and misunderstood, super humans lived their lives while hiding in plain sight trying to deal with common challenges every day.

But things have changed.

Now they must learn how to work as a team, knowing they are not alone, because every time the villains try to win the battle, new heroes will join to stand on their way, united, decided to fight against the extra-terrestrial and supernatural threats that attempt to conquer, curse, rule and eliminate humanity.

They are here to save the day, even when there is something bigger awaiting for them each time they defeat the minor forces of evil that seem unstoppable on their own.

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Reviews

Efron Drive reviewed on on Nov. 30, 2018

When I began reading this, I felt it was a lot of characters to handle (for the author) because the intro scene gathers eight heroes, but it came our just fantastic, then, we get another hero, and then, a new villain (Not new if you have read Prisoner of a Witch) and so, I began to imagine what it would be like when the heroes clashed against each other. It was amazing. I thought it couldn’t get any better but we get action scenes one after the other. Then we find another villain, and another one, and another one and another one, literally, this is a reunion of all the villains we have seen from the previous books, Balicus, Skaylax, Nevent, Yecum, literally, this was epic. Then we get new heroes, old ones, I mean This is a massive display of characters with a great plot, great action scenes and yet, I am not yet talking about from the middle of the book to the end.
The Grey Island battle and the warehouse showdown were the best scenes past the middle of the book. The battle is so massive, so well written, the fight against Dalton Hood/Michael was amazing, the new powers Amber develops is just so creative it hurts, not to mention the Fitzwilliam/Amber romance.
By the final chapters, many heroes and villains have already perished and it feels so natural, the character development is fantastic, seriously, this is a masterpiece of superhero books. The author has written something not even the MCU could with Civil war or Infinity War.
By the end of the book, when the four horsemen fight together, you are so excited and feel like this book was worth it. It is a shame this author is not well positioned in the charts, because these books are a must read for any superhero fans out there.
If I could, I would give six stars to this novel.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Naomi Mayers reviewed on on Nov. 21, 2018

I must ask again; why isn’t this guy writing the DC extended universe? I gave this guy the chance by reading his horror books, but for Gods sake! This book series is so good! Just when I got tired of marvel and DC movies, this guy came to the rescue with new and amazingly hot – I am talking to you Fitz – heroes.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Vivian Ursine reviewed on on Nov. 19, 2018

Captain America Civil War, eat your heart out.
The colossal showdown that is Heroes Divided is nigh upon us, bringing together Heroes United‘s greatest heroes (more than thirteen) and its biggest villains (Yes, all of them, Balicus, Nevent, Skaylax and Yecum) in a battle of epic proportions.
It’s an onslaught of action, thrills, gags, and gasps, played out with an ensemble so gigantic it leaves all other superhero crossovers in the dust. As you’ll probably have guessed, this probably isn’t the best place for an uninitiated newbie to start. If you haven’t already done so, you should probably go back and read the previous books (at least Heroes United and Reunited) for context before you dive in with Heroes Divided.
Even if you haven’t entirely kept up with the whereabouts of the artefacts to this point, you’ll fare just fine. The action scenes are also delivered with flair and crunch: and as ever, the best involve characters working in unison and combining their powers in special moves. Crucially, you can always tell what’s going on in big fight scenes, and you never lose sight of the characters.
By the way, I am in love with Fitzwilliam, he literally is the best character so far.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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