Origins – The Guardian Anthology

A Puerto Rican engineering student battles Multiple Sclerosis--and experiments with dangerous body modifications. A girl in a red hijab leaps into the flames of a rotting convenience store--to save someone who hates her. An Asian-American 9th-grader catches a doctor poisoning his city's water supply to "cure" cancer. An Irish-American kid scarred by his alcoholic father turns his own broken, twisted psychology into a super-weapon. A restless Black girl from the South uncovers a human trafficking ring, and as she navigates the complexities of police-victim relationships, she roots out a conspiracy that could change her planet forever. This neurodiverse, ethnically open anthology uncovers the origins of the Guardian superhero team from the highly-anticipated Becoming Hero comic-within-a-novel. Based on real teen struggles, these stories follow the team's creation as new heroes are born, built, broken, and forged. Click the picture to buy from me directly, or purchase from Barnes and Noble, Amazon, Kobo, or Indigo.

A Puerto Rican engineering student battles Multiple Sclerosis–and experiments with dangerous body modifications. A girl in a red hijab leaps into the flames of a rotting convenience store–to save someone who hates her. An Asian-American 9th-grader catches a doctor poisoning his city’s water supply to “cure” cancer. An Irish-American kid scarred by his alcoholic father turns his own broken, twisted psychology into a super-weapon. A restless Black girl from the South uncovers a human trafficking ring, and as she navigates the complexities of police-victim relationships, she roots out a conspiracy that could change her planet forever.

This neurodiverse, ethnically open anthology uncovers the origins of the Guardian superhero team from the highly-anticipated Becoming Hero comic-within-a-novel. Based on real teen struggles, these stories follow the team’s creation as new heroes are born, built, broken, and forged.

Click the picture to buy from me directly, or purchase from Barnes and Noble, Amazon, Kobo, or Indigo.

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