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4.50  ·  Rating details ·  4 ratings  ·  2 reviews
Susie Smith has no idea where she came from or who she used to be. Even her name is one she was given at the hospital where she woke up after a serious brain injury.

The only thing she knows about herself is that she was caught in a super battle and was just one more of the collateral victims of Malice’s attack on the Megalopolous parade. One among hundreds of wounded peopl
Kindle Edition, 1st Edition, 206 pages
Published August 17th 2011 (first published August 16th 2011)
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Harper Kingsley
Aug 17, 2011 added it  ·  (Review from the author)
Shelves: i-wrote-this
Listed it as YA when I put it on Amazon because the main characters for the most part are teenagers, there's not a bunch of bad language (there's a reason I'm nicknamed "Foul-Mouth"), and it's at base just a superhero story.

"Susie Smith" was dug out of the wreckage of a collapsed building and was named by a nurse at the hospital where she was cared for. She is placed with a nice foster family and basically settles in to become a normal girl--never mind some of her weird habits and reactions. "No
Mar 19, 2012 rated it really liked it
Shelves: science-fiction
Susie has amnesia and no one came to find her after a supervillain attacks and kills a bunch of people. She settles into life with her foster family and and has friends and everything, then something happens while she's at the mall and she helps save Teen Steel from the Teen Demis (they're like the Teen Titans.) That's when she finds out she used to be Ashley Ross, who was the superhero Sonic Pulse. She meets her dad and she tries to figure out why no one came for her after her accident and why ...more
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Things to expect: Plot over porn. Superheroes duking it out in violent action scenes, sometimes followed by emotional fallout. Sarcastic romance, sappy sentimentalism, and genuine jerk behavior. Cutting edge technology discussed, dismissed, and developed by superscientist billionaires. Strange and possibly disturbing blog posts that might be funny, b

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