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Super Powereds: Year 2

Super Powereds, Book 2
Written by: Drew Hayes
Narrated by: Kyle McCarley
Length: 32 hrs and 4 mins
5 out of 5 stars (62 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

Despite having their secret revealed, the residents of Melbrook Hall return to Lander University for another year in the Hero Certification Program. Good thing the focus of this year is teamwork, because with their origins known, they'll have to lean on each other more than ever.

Now finally sophomores, their curriculum expands, allowing them to train in the majors that Heroes specialize in. The new classes will test their minds, bodies, and determination in ways never anticipated. In a year filled with the unveiling of secrets, unexpected entanglements, and, of course, super-powered battles, who will be left standing is anyone's guess. Because if all that weren't enough, more light is being shed on last year's kidnapping attempt, and the results point at something far bigger than mere rogue educators.

Something that isn't even close to being over with.

©2013 Andrew Hayes (P)2016 Tantor

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Sensational

Drew Hayes had an extraordinary talent for writing, what I consider, exceptionally long books that are also multi-parted or many books to one story line. And they are truly captivating!! What a spectacular story teller!!!

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well written well read

the book gets more and more interesting and the characters are becoming more words words words words

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Great sequel

This book is formatted strangely so here:

10:42:00 - start
00:00:00 - chapter 64
21:26:27 - chapter 129

I love this book and I love this series. The secret is out and the Melbrook residents must stick together. Luckily this year they fight in teams. Amazing character development across the board including some minor side characters. The overall tone is not as light as the first book but I suspect that will continue throughout the series. If you enjoyed the first book this is a must read. The narrator is amazing. Such a broad range of voices makes all the characters come alive.

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Great series!

Even as an adult I enjoy this series. Super powers and real life mix pleasantly in this fun and exciting chapter of the kids’ adventures!

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Great book, love this series

Great book I highly recommend to anyone looking for an adventure and a intricately engaging storyline

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  • Joshua
  • 2016-07-22

One of my favorite stories

I love this whole series. Drew Hayes creates a wonderful world that keeps your attention the whole time

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  • Dave B
  • 2016-07-21

Holy crap that was good!

I really enjoyed year 1 and was anxiously awaiting year 2, but I would never have anticipated how beyond satisfying it would be.

I rarely have time to sit down and read but am seriously considering reading year 3 instead of waiting a month. For the moment, my soul is happy and satiated. For the moment...

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2016-07-27

WOW!

Once again Drew Hayes wrote a winner!!! I didn't want to miss a word and when it was over I still wanted more!

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  • Nicholas C.
  • 2016-07-25

worth the credit

this author has very good character development and the plot for this book was quite good. I am eagerly anticipating the next book

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 2018-08-13

I hate Drew Hayes!!!

I picked up this series to kill a little time.

I am now hopelessly addicted to it and saddened to know there is an end to this glorious tale.

There is a character(s) for everyone to identify with in this book. We have all been in these situations and felt the insecurity that these characters have been though.

I am unable to get anything done, I have to find out what becomes of these characters that feel like friends and family to me.

So, in closing "F" Drew Hayes.... I had a life before starting these books!!!!!

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  • Racheal
  • 2016-07-27

Perfect addition to the series.

The author is a bit heavy handed with the "he replied" and "she said" which can make parts of a group conversation a bit of marathon. I respect unabridged is as described but when the narrator goes into easy to follow characters it's tedious. I still absolutely loved it. I also really value that its not the typical 10.5 hour audiobook so you can really get into the story.
Fight scenes can drag a bit at times but thats more of a personal opinion. I am also frustrated with the ongoing cliffhangers that were started in Book 1 with the fantasy answers were coming in Book 2. Then again that's what will likely keep me interested.
I accidentally started with Corpies which lead me to year 1. By the end I was searching for year 2 weeks before it's release. I can't wait until 3 arrives.

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  • Joseph
  • 2018-10-15

good book

the thing is whoever recorded it. messed up, starts ypu on chapter 65. then middle of book goes back to beginning. fix and score will be 5 for overall

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  • Paul
  • 2019-02-01

amazing

This series is amazing. Other than a couple of dream-state sequences that I could have lived without, the story just keeps you hooked the whole time. The author knows exactly how much to reveal to keep you satisfied and how much suspense will keep you hungry for more.

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  • betsy hart
  • 2017-08-29

love drew hayes books

some slow parts, but enjoyed the story and couldn't put it down at times; will definitely finish the series.. good reading, multiple voice fluctuations for various characters.

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  • Coredapple
  • 2017-04-06

A bit more perceptive than the usual spoof

If you take out the slightly annoying "...so-and-so said." that becomes redundant when the conversation is acted out, the story is quite engaging. The characters are believable, and the author exposes the different levels of understanding a given situation might have. I really found myself empathizing with the characters despite the sappy descriptions by the narrator. I was surprised at the depth of detail provided while keeping the story moving quickly. The story is very character driven and the protagonists experience an appreciable amount of change. The narrator has a good range of convincing voices and personalities. Totally recommended series.

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