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Jack Blank and the Imagine Nation by Matt Myklusch
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Nov 18, 2012

it was amazing
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Jack doesn't know who he is or where he comes from. All he knows is the life he's had at St. Barnaby's Home for the Hopeless, Abandoned, Forgotten, and Lost, and his love of creating comic books.

One day he gets two visitors. The first is a deadly robot from one of his comics. The second is the fast-talking Jazen Knight, who says he's come to rescue Jack and take him back to his homeland, Imagine Nation, which turns out to be a hidden island where all of the fantastic and unbelievable things in the human world originate.

When Jack is discovered to be carrying a deadly robot virus, he soon realizes that he has superhuman powers, one of which is an immunity to the virus. When Revile, a deadly alien, attacks the city and Jack becomes the only one who can stop him, he must discover his origins and learn to control his powers in order to save his newfound home.

Can Jack master himself before it's too late?

JACK BLANK AND THE IMAGINE NATION is a great, action-packed fantasy adventure from start to finish. The characters are well-developed; the plot moves along quickly and keeps the reader's attention. Those who like fantasy, adventure, science fiction, robots, and/or superheroes will really enjoy reading this book - and the planned sequels.

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