Wednesday, June 5, 2013

One Review and One Comic Teaser #7

One Review:

Have you ever thought about having a superpower? Merrin has one! But one in Merrin's world is not enough. To be normal you need two superpowers or none at all. Merrin feels incomplete and she happens to be quite the angsty teenager. Combine these things and you get one determined girl who uses her intelligence to find a way to "fix" herself. I was immersed into this world from page one and didn't want to put it down. I enjoyed the characters with Merrin loving drums and science and Elias being caring and sensitive (not to mention he wears glasses, sigh). The plot has a sweet romance and some awesome twist that I didn't see coming. It was enjoyable from start to finish!

Without further ado, here is comic teaser #7:
Amazing tease! Check back here on June 10th for the final comic teaser before One comes out on June 11th!

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About ONE (a novel by Leigh Ann Kopans:)
Release date: June 11, 2013
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When having two powers makes you a Super and having none makes you a Normal, having only one makes you a sad half-superpowered freak.

It makes you a One.

Sixteen-year-old Merrin Grey would love to be able to fly – too bad all she can do is hover.

If she could just land an internship at the Biotech Hub, she might finally figure out how to fix herself. She busts her butt in AP Chem and salivates over the Hub’s research on the manifestation of superpowers, all in hopes of boosting her chances.

Then she meets Elias VanDyne, another One, and all her carefully crafted plans fly out the window. Literally. When the two of them touch, their Ones combine to make them fly, and when they’re not soaring over the Nebraska cornfields, they’re busy falling for each other.

Merrin's mad chemistry skills land her a spot on the Hub's internship short list, but as she gets closer to the life she always wanted, she discovers that the Hub’s purpose is more sinister than it has always seemed. Now it’s up to her to decide if it's more important to fly solo, or to save everything - and everyone - she loves

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