Infiltration

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Infiltration

Infiltration Having a surfeit of super powers is great for battling bad guys and saving the world as Jim aka Kid Sensation is finding out but less useful in dealing with day to day situations like bonding with h

  • Title: Infiltration
  • Author: Kevin Hardman
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 291
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Having a surfeit of super powers is great for battling bad guys and saving the world, as Jim aka Kid Sensation is finding out, but less useful in dealing with day to day situations like bonding with his superhero father, adjusting to a team environment, and coping with what might be perceived as a growing rivalry between himself and another teen super On top of all thHaving a surfeit of super powers is great for battling bad guys and saving the world, as Jim aka Kid Sensation is finding out, but less useful in dealing with day to day situations like bonding with his superhero father, adjusting to a team environment, and coping with what might be perceived as a growing rivalry between himself and another teen super On top of all that, despite having a serious girlfriend, he finds himself inexplicably drawn to a new female super he s just met At the same time, some villain has just gotten himself a new toy an unknown weapon of tremendous power that is able to strike without warning, causing unprecedented destruction and loss of life Perhaps terrifying, the wielders of this weapon make no demands and issue no threats they simply attack Even the Alpha League, the world s greatest superhero team, is not immune, suffering an assault on their very own doorsteps It quickly becomes clear that the only way to stop this new evil is from within With his unique abilities, Jim is the only person capable of infiltrating the enemy s ranks It s up to him to figure out who is behind these attacks, what they want, and find a way to stop them and their secret weapon before they bring the entire world to its knees.

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    1. Justin on said:

      This is the third book in the series, and it's the third book I have gotten a free review copy of. I would buy the rest of them right now if not for the hope that the rest will be given out for review as well. This isn't my normal kind of series, and maybe that's why I'm enjoying it so much. If you are thinking about getting the audible versions don't hesitate, they are very well narrated.

    2. Jean on said:

      Teen Super Heroes This is the third book in the series and it does not disappoint.The book is a fast and fun read about Jim, the main lead, dealing with new powers and his confusing feelings about the new girl.Overall, an enjoyable readMikael Naramore did well with the narration.Note:"This audio book was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review."

    3. Holly Lenz on said:

      Infiltration is a fun teen superhero story that is the third part of the Kid Sensation series. While I'd recommend listening to/ reading all the books in the series, this book would be fun by itself as well.The story has a bit of a slow start, but it's very good once it gets going. The audiobook narrator for this series is terrific!

    4. Alan on said:

      Really enjoying this series! Kid Sensation, a teenager endowed with a ridiculous number of superpowers, infiltrates a lair bristling with super villains. Can he find out and thwart their nefarious plans without getting caught?

    5. David Teachout on said:

      I was happily surprised by the revelation of who Jim's father was in book 1 and wondered how that relationship would evolve. It could have been glossed over or gone down the simplistic path of petty angst. Instead, Hardiman does a lovely job of showing the anger within the context of the world he's created and still maintained the quality of nuance in relationships that has created a great series. The father-son duo find themselves getting closer, not only as father-son but as equals in a world [...]

    6. Colman C on said:

      This is officially the best series I have ever read. Elektra was introduced in this novel and she is a beast. Elektra has electric powers (Duh) and Kid Sensation took her on a first date to Paris and had dinner on the Eiffel Tower (He has teleportation powers). She is now my favorite character in this book. Another cool person in this book is Smokescreen, he can make a smokescreen instantly, hence the name. A ton of action in this one and it is S-O cool. Would also recommend this book to a class [...]

    7. Jordan on said:

      I liked the idea of a superhero competition and I really enjoyed seeing the reporter from kid sensations first tryout. I did feel it was a little rushed and I would have liked to see moreof the events but even still it was fun and I enjoyed it. Kid's takeout of white wyrm's castle was very well done using a good mix of his abilities and probably one of my favourite parts. I'm not sure what the point of the love potion was as it didn't seem to have much impact but I suppose it did add some flavou [...]

    8. Discfan2 on said:

      This is the third in the Kid Sensation series. You need to read the first two before this one as the cast is introduced in the first two books and are meet, mainly in passing, in this one.In the first book, Kid Sensation was definitely overpowered. But, from following the books it is definitely starting to grow on me. Why have the hero continually struggle with the same things. Kid Sensation is a hero with a lot of powers and he isn't afraid of using them. Kind of refreshing.

    9. Milan on said:

      Best of the series so far. Still an easy and straightforward read and pretty relaxing. Didn't like the whole love spell angle but glad it didn't end up hurting Electras and Jim's relationship. Also don't like the fact Jim still hasn't told AP about his brother or talked with Mouse about BT.Anyway for a YA novel, it was engaging and kept me reading which is the whole point.I keep saying I dislike YA novels even though I find myself reading them pretty regularly.

    10. Scott Wozniak on said:

      This book is much like the second: fun and exciting, with little character development. Don't expect big changes. It's a lot like a TV series where at the end of the episode everything is wrapped up. But along the way you will have a lot of fun.

    11. Amanda Kern on said:

      He does it againkid is growing up. he learns that working in a team is not easy. we also learn more about one of the more weirder members of the alpha team. if you enjoy the other 2.5 books you will definitely enjoy this one.

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