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3.67  ·  Rating details ·  9 ratings  ·  4 reviews
Runaway. Experiment. Superhero?

The streets were the safest place for Dani, until the night she was caught by traffickers who sold her to a laboratory. She survived five years of experiments: biotech implants, gene therapy, and other things she could barely comprehend. The pain, though, that she understood. The lab pushed her body past its limits, drove her mind to its dark
Published September 19th 2016 by Sonya Clark
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She had been sold off the streets to science, a lab rat for genetic experiments, a slave to their brand of scientific breakthroughs for five years, but this isn’t where we find Dani. We find her after she has escaped, after her torture and pain, after she has become something “MORE.” Dani is still a loner, still surviving on the streets, but she no longer fears danger, because she can be danger’s biggest nightmare, and her heroics to save innocent victims makes her an urban legend called “The Gh ...more
Oct 02, 2016 rated it really liked it
Do you love stories about superheroes? Disruptor has all the elements necessary to feed your inner nerd.

Superhero  Dani lives in the streets and abandoned buildings of Point Sable since she escaped the Biotech lab that experimented on her for the past five years.  Her time there left her with super abilities like strength, agility, hearing and more. Despite her fear of discovery she finds it hard to ignore the cries of distress in the middle of night. She unexpectedly finds herself protecting
Feb 12, 2017 rated it really liked it
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Female superhero origin story! Disruptor was fun because it was so unique. It gets 3 stars for the story with 1 extra star for the premise. I could have used a more interesting nemesis. But like any other origin story, the best parts are yet to come. I hope the author continues to tell us the adventures of Disruptor and her trusted side-kick, Boy Toy.
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Sonya Clark discovered she was a writer at the age of thirteen. Ray Bradbury whispered it to her through the pages of his books. The Vampire Lestat encouraged this lunacy in florid fashion, and Pennywise the Clown muttered dire warnings of what would happen should she neglect her calling. It took many years – many, like, a lot, yo – for her to figure out how to actually finish a manuscript. Once s ...more
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