Category Archives: Super hero fiction

Kristian Clark and the American Agenda Book 1: Agents Adam and Eve by Jes Drew (2019)

Agents Adam and Eve is the first book in a new duology featuring the characters from Jes Drew’s Kristian Clark series. I should admit up front that I was a little lost when I first startee reading this book, but

Kristian Clark and the American Agenda Book 1: Agents Adam and Eve by Jes Drew (2019)

Agents Adam and Eve is the first book in a new duology featuring the characters from Jes Drew’s Kristian Clark series. I should admit up front that I was a little lost when I first startee reading this book, but

Vigilante by Robin Parrish. Bethany House Publishers (2011)

Robin Parrish’s Vigilante starts off well, but ends rather flat, but I’m getting ahead of myself. Vigilante is one part Batman, one part Darkman. A decorated soldier becomes the faceless Hand, pitting himself against organized crime and hoping to inspire

Vigilante by Robin Parrish. Bethany House Publishers (2011)

Robin Parrish’s Vigilante starts off well, but ends rather flat, but I’m getting ahead of myself. Vigilante is one part Batman, one part Darkman. A decorated soldier becomes the faceless Hand, pitting himself against organized crime and hoping to inspire

Relentless (The Dominion Trilogy: Book 1) by Robin Parrish. Bethany House Publishers: Minneapolis, MN (2006)

Robin Parrish’s Relentless opens up with one of the best hooks I’ve ever read: “Collin Boyd stepped off the Metro bus on his way to work, and across the street he saw himself strolling down the sidewalk.” In an instant,

Relentless (The Dominion Trilogy: Book 1) by Robin Parrish. Bethany House Publishers: Minneapolis, MN (2006)

Robin Parrish’s Relentless opens up with one of the best hooks I’ve ever read: “Collin Boyd stepped off the Metro bus on his way to work, and across the street he saw himself strolling down the sidewalk.” In an instant,