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Shattered (The Superheroine Collection) by Lee Winter

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Book in The Superheroines Collection

Author: Lee Winter

Shattergirl, Earth’s first lesbian guardian—a brilliant but aloof alien superheroine who can hurl and destroy large objects—is refusing to save people and has gone off the grid. Lena Martin, the street-smart tracker with a silver tongue and a disdain for the rogue guardians she chases, has only days to bring her home. As the pair clash heatedly, masks begin to crack and brutal secrets are exposed that could shatter them both.

Publication Date

June 2017

Formats

epub, mobi, and pdf

Length

69,000 words

Language

English

ISBNs

978-3-95533-564-9 (mobi), 978-3-95533-565-6 (epub), 978-3-95533-566-3 (pdf)

Publisher

Ylva Publishing

1 review for Shattered (The Superheroine Collection) by Lee Winter

  1. Jane Shambler
    5 out of 5

    :

    This was a really interesting read. My first book by Winter. It is a fast paced action packed read that literally left me feeling mentally shattered. I loved it. It had a bit of everything. Sometimes I really wish these books were true. No I haven’t lost my mind I just guess I wish there was more than what we have.

    Anyway back to the book :). It has two main characters with several characters making the story more believable. You have Lena aka Silver a serious competent tracker and Nyah a superhero who just happens to be a black lesbian who loves science. Who has the superhero name of Shattergirl. My childhood dreams all rolled in to one. What’s not to love.

    The cover of the book gives it a comic book feel but I didn’t buy into that. It is a story of life, a story of losses and a story of discrimination. It also talks of equality, friendship and shared experiences. It also talks of being over looked, ignored and wrongful perceptions. Now you know why I felt shattered when I finished the book. It covers a lot and in some detail I might add.

    I’ve read a few other reviews and I’ll admit I agree that the ending isn’t exactly what you expect. But I’ll also admit I liked the end. The two leads will make better friends and companions than lovers.

    The story is mainly about breaking down walls and rebuilding trust amongst different people. Or in the case of this book building a new trust between different worlds. I think the author has done an excellent job combining two very different worlds into a world of trust with a positive future for all. It is well worth your time reading this book. Just be aware you may feel shattered at the end. Enjoy!

    *ARC provided by publisher via Ylva Publishing*

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