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22gigantes.com - An Average Boy Magical Adventure! On a dark and balmy Floridian night, a strange and mysterious dark haired woman stalks the shadows of the local college football stadium, on the prowl for secrets buried deep beneath the Earth. These secrets, she knows, may change everything including this small town. While knocking back illegal drinks with his friends at the hallowed Orangetown Pickers' college football stadium, average kid Joe Black finds himself desperately trying to save the life of a beautiful dark haired woman after a deadly explosion violently interrupts his fun and games. While trying to fathom why he would even do something so reckless he soon finds himself entangled in a dangerous game of terrorist plots, mistaken identities, hard boiled detectives, the criminal underworld, and of all things magic as he tries to escape with his life and make sense of it all. Average Joe faces many challenges from all new enemies, assassins, and even his own friends. Can Joe navigate all this danger, escape with his life, and handle his biggest challenge to date, finding something about himself that is truly extraordinary? Find out within the pages of Average Joe and the Extraordinaires. A heart warming and humorous tale filled with teen action and adventure, high school pranks, magical realism, female shifters, humorous high school bullies, and mysterious characters and locations. It's a true action packed adventure.
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Most helpful customer reviews 5 of 5 people found the following review helpful. Fun read! By Alexandra I received a copy of the book from Belart Wright for the purpose of reviewI'm thoroughly surprised with this book. Usually I spend a week on a new book, slowly savoring all the details, characters, and the world in it. But this one didn't leave me a choice.The excitement was so strong, I'd probably just read it in one sleepless night (if I didn't pass out after 4 hours). It reminded me of my teen age years when there was no goodreads and such, and to find a good action novel like this one was a true miracle. Especially, when the ending actually makes sense and brings more magic into reading. I think it's a perfect book for both kids and teenagers, with no excessive violence and yet interesting, but what's more important is that it can be a fun reading for adults, too.The characters are realistic and believable, the writing is remarkably descriptive for such a fast-paced book, so there's no chance for boredom once you start reading. The ideas behind it never fully unfold, and it's mysterious and fascinating, never satisfying your curiosity about the world that the author has created. The plot that seems simple in the beginning, grows complex but not overly complicated by the end.I can't remember the last time a story had my full attention like this one and can't wait to read the second part of it! 7 of 8 people found the following review helpful. Solid debut By Donte M McNeal If I’m being honest (which I am more often than not), even though I attempt to support promising indie authors, I most likely wouldn’t haven’t even discovered this book if not for certain recommendations. The premise didn’t really jump out at me, but I suppose that’s due to my book before last having a similar premise (in that extraordinary people had shown up, there were secret organizations and magic). Minor spoilers ahead…Now then, let’s jam!Pros:• The humor in this book flows so naturally between the characters. I found myself literally laughing out loud (not that phony lol you put in texts when you don’t really know how to respond to something) at most if not all of the comedic lines, which there are a ton of. Comedy is my second favorite genre behind horror, so you can imagine my delight when I came across so much of it, and it was believable! I can’t tell you how irritating it is to read a book that tries to do comedy and it falls as flat as the chemistry between the leads of the Fifty Shades film (Yes, I went there).• Joe’s reactions to the sudden and drastic changes in his life are realistic and believable. I understand some people are more adept at adapting, but most of us would react the same way that Joe does (though if I saw a person changing what they look like, I would run away as fast as I could…then run back to them to see if I could be taught to change as well). Plus, I doubt I would have tried to save Beauty in the beginning, though the power of boners is indeed strong, so who knows?• Mod. Need I say more? That guy is a true friend, and hilarious as hell.• The execution of the story was simple. There aren’t any instances of Wright attempting sound smarter by using a thesaurus every other few words, which is something I absolutely abhor. Apart from poor grammar/punctuation usage, trying to “smarten” up your writing by inserting words that disrupt the flow of the read….that’s something I can’t, don’t and won’t endorse. Wright treads the line between simple and sophisticated conversation expertly.Cons:• Though while the simplistic writing style allowed for a quick and easy read, I did expect a little more sophistication in the dialogue than was presented. For instance, there are secret organizations and underground crime groups in this world, so I thought there would have been more backstabbing, double meaning in conversations and things of that nature. Not that this lack of sophistication took away from the experience but it definitely could have benefited from more backdoor dealings and betrayals (who doesn’t love a good betrayal, right?).• Subpar character development can hinder the immersive capacity of a book, and it did for me hence the three stars (which could have been four). When it comes to Joe, our main character, we learn about him through his actions, reactions and thoughts, but I couldn’t tell you that I really cared about what happened to him. I cared more about Mod and Melissa (who we know even less about than Joe, though maybe I just have a protection complex when it comes to children). I understand that Beauty, Dahlila and Melissa are secretive and can’t reveal much about themselves to Joe, who we’re supposed to relate to, but I don’t know much about a character, it’s that much more difficult for me to make a connection with them and care about what happens to them. Maybe the sequel will touch on more backstory, which I understand, because no author wants to give away everything in a series in the first book. I just hope that more is revealed about these characters that have begun to grow on me.All in all, Average Joe and the Extraordinaires is a fun, quick read from a promising indie author. This debut was ok, and it has a solid foundation to build on, so I look forward to what Mr. Wright has in store for us next. 3 of 3 people found the following review helpful. This book is quirky and fun and fantastic. By Kelly St. Clare: Author of Fantasy of Frost This book is quirky and fun and fantastic. It's not often I feel a children/young teens book fully captures the humour and storyline which this age bracket loves. As a child, I loved the kookiness and the radical storylines of Roald Dahl, Margaret Mahy and Enid Blyton and this book is in a similar (albeit more modern) strain.Good vs. Evil, magic, shape-shifters and more. Each chapter holds some exciting twist or subtle piece of humour and the author's style is direct, with enough challenging words to help educate without overwhelming the story.The dialogue is not set out as typical, though technically correct. I actually can see this being enjoyed by younger audiences (If they noticed the difference) It certainly doesn't take long to get used to.Favourite quote:"Joe was so tired that he had slept through first hour Spanish, second hour history, and most of third hour English. The English teacher, Mrs. Lane, hadn't taken a liking to that. She decided to send Joe to the principal to discuss why he was so sleepy, which Joe hadn't taken a liking to."Suitable for ages 9 and up. See all 20 customer reviews...
"The humor in this book flows so naturally between the characters. I found myself literally laughing out loud (not that phony lol you put in texts when you don't really know how to respond to something) at most if not all of the comedic lines." - Donte M. McNeal"I'm thoroughly surprised with this book. Usually I spend a week on a new book, slowly savoring all the details, characters, and the world in it. But this one didn't leave me a choice." - Alexandra Engellmann, author of Sky Ghosts: All for One"This book is quirky and fun and fantastic. It's not often I feel a children/young teens book fully captures the humour and storyline which this age bracket loves." - Kelly St. Clare, author of The Tainted Accords series"This is an adventure that begins with action and ends with action. In between there is a lot of mystery and even more humor." - Christina McMullen, author of the Eyes of the Sun series"Above all, the writing was actually witty. I didn't realise just how important that is to a story until I came across this." - Mr A J McKechnie About the Author Belart Wright was born and raised in Detroit Michigan with a short but adventurous stint in St. Ignace during his childhood. Always poor, Belart had to learn to use his imagination to fuel the fun he had. Whether it was drawing cool and dangerous looking heroes to creating fully fledged storylines with his action figures to writing stories about kids similar to himself with fantastic abilities and destinies, Belart was always an expert in delving into other worlds that were not his own. Always naturally talented at writing, it took the advice of his brother, and a little creative boost from his high school creative writing teacher to get him to realize that writing was something he could do really well and pursue as a career. To this day he revels in building worlds and characters from the ground up such as the worlds of Hell Warriors, Story of K, Cyborgs and Deadmen, and Pannam which are all working titles. In his spare time Belart tries to update his two blogs whenever he can, but mostly just ends up writing or editing. As a huge gamer he plays a lot of games online and off with his favorites at the time being Borderlands 2, Phantasy Star Online, X-Men Legends, and Dark Souls. He just wishes he had more time to whittle his impossibly long gaming list down which goes all the way back to PS1 and Sega Genesis classics. He and his buddies at FlubberKnuckle Studios are also working on several new game IPs. He is also patiently waiting for the next installment of the superb Legacy of Kain series.
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