Jessica Bronder's Reviews > Ted Saves the World: A Novella

Ted Saves the World by Bryan Cohen
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Sep 12, 2011

it was amazing

Ted is not the most manliest of men. He is rather shy and doesn’t really like confrontation. The story starts with Ted’s girlfriend breaking up with him because he doesn’t do anything. Then some bikers plan on killing everyone in the diner where Ted just got dumped. Ted is surprised to learn that he just got new super powers. He protects the diners and gets the bikers thrown in jail.

In the mean time Erica, a cheerleader from Ted’s school that disappeared a month prior, is brought back to life by a guardian that is on this plane to help Ted learn how to use his powers. Now the bikers are out a jail and on the way to take care of Ted.

I really liked this story. Mind you it is very short, roughly 70 pages. But it is worth it. I admit that I really like the stories where the nobody saves the world. This is one to keeps your eye’s out for. I cannot wait to read the full-length novels.
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