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The Adventures of Dogg Girl and Sidekick

4.67  ·  Rating details ·  3 ratings  ·  2 reviews
Karissa Dogg grew up eyes open and fists raised on the rough edge of Commonland, a city protected by the superhero and sidekick duo Adamant and Aspect. Born in a neighborhood where heroes never turned up, the supers don’t cross the college student’s mind much until chance leads her to piece together Aspect’s secret identity. Kary would rather spar at the gym and drink with ...more
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Published August 26th 2020
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Andrew Tinney
Nov 30, 2020 rated it it was amazing
I received a free copy of The Adventures of Dogg Girl and Sidekick in exchange for an honest review.

Do not let the title mislead you. This is not some cosy superhero tale, of morally decent people and clear cut good versus evil. This is a modern cacophony of characters, each of whom make you want to applaud their decency and scream at their idiocy in equal measure.
We follow Karissa Dogg (Kary for short) who on the surface is a studious intellect, a tutor in the University whose life revolves aro
Heather Barksdale
May 12, 2021 rated it it was amazing
“Adventures of Dogg Girl & Sidekick” introduces Kary Dogg, a seemingly normal college student. She tutors and enjoys kickboxing in her spare time. But a random encounter with a superhero leads her down a path that she could never have predicted for herself.

Overall, I really enjoyed this story. It’s a nice little interesting twist on an oversaturated market of superhero stories. The book reminded me of “The Boys” in its portrayal of flawed superheroes controlled by powerful overlords. The author
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Jennifer deBie is a native Texan living in Ireland where she earned an MA in Creative Writing from University College Cork in 2017 and is currently pursuing a PhD in Mary Shelley. She has been widely published in the US and abroad, with works appearing in anthologies by Raven Chronicles Press, PactPress, Kallisto Gaia Press, and Manawaker Studios, and in journals like For Women Who Roar and True C ...more

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