Repulsive

Zack Zurick loves superheroes Lives them Knows everything about them And hey, he is a classic underdog and has an alliterative name, so maybe he could one day be chosen to join their ranks.His life drastically changes when he becomes Repulsor He d hoped the fame and money would make Hayli see him as than a friend Instead, she can t even look at him without literaZack Zurick loves superheroes Lives them Knows everything about them And hey, he is a classic underdog and has an alliterative name, so maybe he could one day be chosen to join their ranks.His life drastically changes when he becomes Repulsor He d hoped the fame and money would make Hayli see him as than a friend Instead, she can t even look at him without literally getting sick And the whole saving the world thing turns out to be harder than he thought, too The villains have teamed up, and the heroes have a traitor in their midst Zack must figure out who s betraying them, defeat the bad guys, and, oh yeah, not get killed.Right Why not just go ahead and win the girl while he s at it Maybe he could If she weren t dating the most popular, most famous, and most handsome superhero of them all And if only he weren t Repulsive.
Repulsive Zack Zurick loves superheroes Lives them Knows everything about them And hey he is a classic underdog and has an alliterative name so maybe he could one day be chosen to join their ranks His life dr

  • Title: Repulsive
  • Author: Brian W. Foster
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 160
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “Repulsive”

    1. I didn't realize this was a teen book when I downloaded it. Since I don't read a lot of YA, I was pleasantly surprised by the caliber of this story. The reluctant protagonist had just the right amount of teen angst for an underdeveloped, bullied young man. He complained, but he didn't get too angry, whiny, or indecisive. In other words, I didn't have the urge to shake him. For someone recently blessed (or cursed) with superpowers, he makes the adaptation quite well. The writing is sound, and so [...]

    2. Kindle Unlimited though maybe have a copy on my computer but it's a chromebook so, well not going there. My roommate read this since had it keyed up and he's in to the superhero/litrpg and all, but he never reviews ANYthing, but said he didn't like the ending, and right now he's pouting at his computer reading something else.Zack Zurick loves superheroes. Lives them. Knows everything about them. And hey, he is a classic underdog and has an alliterative name, so maybe he could one day be chosen t [...]

    3. This review is very much based on my own opinion, my own likes and dislikes. First, I rather liked the characters. They were personalities that I could enjoy reading about. The writing itself was well done, the pace moved along and I enjoyed the action and the interaction.Spoilers here - I was frustrated by the two main characters and their constant fear of telling each other how they feel. A little is understandable, but I want my stories to have realizations and happy endings. I was really unh [...]

    4. The next era of superheroes. Conversion can and does happen to the most unlikely people. Zach hopes beyond all hope that he will be one of the lucky ones chosen for conversion. Then when he is, he finds that his powers are not quite what he expected. Will Hayli give him the time of day or will she be repulsed by his looks and his powers? Stay tuned for the new age of heroes. Enjoy!

    5. Brian Foster gives us a fabulous YA story. The characters are different and very likable. Can't wait for the next book.

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