It seems like superheros have taken the world by storm! These larger-than-life characters fight crime, save lives, and somehow we still relate to them at the end of the day. If you're a superhero fan, I have a list that will satisfy your need for justice in between movie and comic book releases:
by Mike Lupica
Zach's father was a confidante of the president until he was killed by "the bads." Now Zach is starting to feel changes: sharpening of his senses, incredible strength and speed, and he's beginning to realize his father was no ordinary man.
by Brandon Sanderson
This inventive book by rockstar Brandon Sanderson turns the notion of Superheroes on its head, asking the question, "What if people got superhero powers and didn't do good with them?" David Charleston watched his father die when he was young, all at the hands of a heartless but incredibly powerful "epic." David wants nothing more than to stop Steelheart, but what chance does he stand?
Experience the superhero story from the side of the villain this time! Doctor Impossible is the world's smartest man with deep thoughts and observations on the world and the people around him, but he won't hesitate to shout, "You'll never take me alive, fools!" when the situation calls for it.
Miranda wakes up on a park bench with no memory, and in her panic she releases an energy that incites terror in everyone around her. Except one boy who doesn't look surprised at all by her ability. She must trust him in order to find out what has happened to her.
by Marie Lu
June is a prodigy who has been groomed for success in the highest military circles. Day is the country's most wanted criminal. When their paths cross and they are forced to work together, they realize they have more in common than meets the eye.