- Title: Marshall Conrad: A Superhero Tale
- Author: Sean Cummings
- ISBN: null
- Page: 234
- Format: Kindle Edition
Someone is murdering the good people of Greenfield, and there s talk of a serial killer on the loose Finding him should be an easy job for a guy with super powers too bad he keeps falling out of the sky If Marshall Conrad has any hope of ending the killing spree, he ll need a little help from a morbidly obese shop keeper who just happens to be a witch and a hard drinkSomeone is murdering the good people of Greenfield, and there s talk of a serial killer on the loose Finding him should be an easy job for a guy with super powers too bad he keeps falling out of the sky If Marshall Conrad has any hope of ending the killing spree, he ll need a little help from a morbidly obese shop keeper who just happens to be a witch and a hard drinking senior citizen with a penchant for lifting heavy objects like auto mobiles Corrupt cops, ogres, thirty six year old Siamese cats, and of course, the netherworld All in a day s work when you re trying to save your city from a simmering evil that s about to be unleashed.
Recent Comments "Marshall Conrad: A Superhero Tale"
Marshall Conrad is not a superhero. Oh sure, he can fly, has unnatural strength, can move things kinetically, and spends a lot of his time protecting the citizens of Greenfield from would-be criminals, but he's still just a stubborn and anti-social middle-aged crank. After all, it's not like he wears a costume or has a special crime-fighting name.Reading the first chapter, I wasn't sure how well I'd take to the main character. Marshall is sarcastic, grumpy, and doesn't care much about what other [...]
I think this is a 3.5 for me, so I'm rounding up to 4 stars.Marshall Conrad is a 40-something grumpy bloke. He lives with Walter, an overweight Siamese cat, and makes a living designing websites and selling things on Ebay. In his spare time, he's a superhero. He spends his nights thwarting crime and protecting the town of Greenfield. He can fly—well, mostly; sometimes his power deserts him and he falls out of the sky. He's somewhat psychic—he learns of crimes via foresight that comes with a [...]
First off, I have to say that I've been a huge fan of Sean Cummings since I read Shade Fright and Funeral Pallor, books 1 and 2 in hia Valerie Stevens series. I was really excited when I found out he has a new book coming out. Unseen World is the first book in the Marshall Conrad series.The first chapter of Unseen World is a blog post written by Marshall Conrad. The main character is claiming that he wants to explain the strange events that have been happening in Greenfield. From that post, we g [...]
I love mixed genres this is a super hero story + an urban fantasy (witches and fairies) story. I enjoyed this book immensely, and am planning to read everything this author has written.
SurpriseAs I was reading the first few chapters I was ready to put down a boring book. Then zap i was hooked. Marshall conrad turned out to be an interesting character. I really enjoyed reading the rest of the book. It was action packed.I am looking forward to reading more of his adventures.
Entertaining but needs editing and a bit of refinementThis was a fun read. Generally action packed story with some interesting twists on traditional memes. But there were some obvious misspelled words or homophones used incorrectly. Also, the main character's development could have used a bit more time. Overall, I recommend the book and I would like to see a sequel but I would hope for a bit more character development and time to build explanations for the implausible bits of the story.
Marshall Conrad: A Superhero Tale does for superheroes what Charlaine Harris does for vampires. Conrad, the book's reluctant hero, puts the everyman into Superman in this spandex-free Urban Fantasy. A mighty read!
Amusing fantasy novel with a well thought out anti-hero. Cost me 2 Euros at a book fair, read it cover to cover on a rainy Sunday.
Delightfully witty and thoughtful. Now I must find other stories by the author.
Review coming soon!
A little too angry, a little too bitter for me too like. As in some inconsistencies that kept distracting me from the sorry and you get an okay superhero book, but nothing great.
UnusualI really liked the pace of the book. All the elements came together. The characters we unusual and likable. I would recommend this book to anyone that likes fantasy books
Fun read. Hope for another one.
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