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2HVØRHVNØT: To Have Or Have Not

4.76  ·  Rating details ·  17 ratings  ·  11 reviews
Welcome to Fellowship City, where the Haves are super-powered, and the Have-Nots are just like you.
The Mighty have all the wealth, fame, power, and superpowers, but even they are subject to the monastery’s control. To maintain peace, telepathic monks see into the past, present, and future to police the other Mighty and the minority of powerless Citizens, who have nothing b
Kindle Edition, 446 pages
Published September 8th 2020 by Apotheosis Press
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Adele Parsons
Sep 10, 2020 rated it it was amazing
I didn’t realize how much fun it is to read Science Fiction/ Fantasy/ Dystopian until I started reading this book. Oh man, I felt like I was lifted up out of “our world” and placed right smack-dab into a realm of existence in the future. One with all kinds of unique characters. I would recommend this to anyone (maybe not real youngish kids) for this book has opened my eyes up to the fun and Phantasmagoric.
R.H. Ben-Shalom
Sep 21, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Not previously hearing about this author, I found myself pleasantly surprised with a superhero story similar in style to that of the Amazon Prime series, "The Boys." A true-page turner, I had to stay up the whole night to finish it. This book will satisfy the craving for superheroes/villains, post-apocalyptic science-fiction, and equality themes. My only warning is that the story has some dark moments and adult themes that will make it uncomfortable (at the very least) for squeamish, sensitive, ...more
Jennifer Berling
Sep 09, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Vivid and Engrossing!

I love this book and would recommend it to anyone! The writing style is vivid you feel like you could be watching a movie. The story draws you in immediately. There are so many different genres drawn together but it works so well. Even though this world is utterly different than ours, it feels so familiar at the same time. Also it has an interesting interactive feel because as new things come up it includes entries from the MIGHTYbase, an online resource that you can actuall
Sep 19, 2020 rated it it was amazing
I love underdog stories, and Mario is the ultimate underdog. He wants to rise up against the supers (known as the Mighty) and avoid being a cog in the superhero wheel. He gets tied up with the Mighty in unexpected ways. Overall, I felt the book was fantastic, but some mature themes involve dark and adult subjects, not YA books. I won't spoil it, but I love the way this book combines several genres. It is a dark post-apocalyptic dystopian book in one hand and a dark superhero book in the other. I ...more
Nov 13, 2020 rated it it was amazing
My review may not do this book justice because it is not my normal genre but I will start by saying... Read it! I rarely go into the "superhero" realm when I read, I usually leave that for the movies. With that said, Chapman has created a world unlike any I've experienced before. Normals vs Abnormals then Citizens vs The Mighty, a feud fusing mutants, humans, monks, hybrids, revenants (not to be confused with zombies), superpowers, family, villains and heroes, love and loss, honor and duty, myst ...more
Nancy (The Avid Reader)
2HVØRHVNØT is a divided world. On one side you have the Mighty, the ones who have it all from fame to money to power to superpowers. And then you have the have nots or the Citizens who just live day today trying to survive and stay out of the way of the Mighty.

One of the Citizens, Mario goes into work one day and learns that his boss has been murdered and he is the number one suspect. To clear his name Mario decides to investigate his boss's murder to find the real culprit.

The world-building in
Adrian Murphy
Sep 12, 2020 rated it it was amazing
The author has created a complex dystopian future teeming with richly envisioned, colorful characters.

The plot revolves around the conflict between Normals - humans without special powers - and Mighties, mutants who have developed abnormal abilities. When his Mighty employer, the Realizer, is murdered, the central character - Mario, a Normal - is plunged into an investigation to discover the culprit.

While I found the story to be a bit slow-paced to begin with - and the details of the society som
Cameron Brinkhurst
Oct 04, 2020 rated it it was amazing
This book was different than many superhero stories since the superheros were the antagonists and humans were the victims. It was a battle against society and the battleground Jared Chapman created was very captivating. I felt it was geared toward young adults and although there were some disturbing scenes but I don't think it would be too intense. I enjoyed the writing style of the author. It was lively and entertaining. If Neal Stephenson were to write a book for young adults, this is how I wo ...more
Coral Bruni
Sep 28, 2020 rated it it was amazing
This book was an awesome read! Perfect mix that kept me wanting more. I am excited for this new author and looking forward to more in the future! Would recommend to anyone looking for a good book!
Pat Backley
Sep 26, 2020 rated it it was amazing
I bought this book for a young friend who loves fantasy novels (not my favourite genre) but found the cover intriguing and decided to read a few pages. Then of course I couldn’t put it down!
It is very well written, with enormous attention to detail, so much so that I could almost imagine myself witnessing some of the bizarre scenes. It would transfer well to the big screen.
Jared C
Oct 01, 2020 rated it it was amazing
The world building in this book is amazing and the fact that it’s mostly a back drop to a very grounded murder mystery is riveting as well as the mix of what our pop culture lore would morph into in a the strange future that’s been created.
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Jared K. Chapman is an author, filmmaker, and educator. He is a native Californian who spent his formative years at school in frigid Alberta, Canada with his father and summer vacation in arid central California with his mother. He holds degrees in psychology & religious studies and is currently a doctoral candidate studying the social psychology of extreme groups. He lives in a little oasis just ...more

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