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Mind Over Easy Viral Superhero was previously published as Ted Saves the World All books in the series have been re released with new titles and covers Books in the series include The Dark Souls previously publis

  • Title: Mind Over Easy
  • Author: Bryan Cohen
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 276
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Viral Superhero was previously published as Ted Saves the World All books in the series have been re released with new titles and covers Books in the series include 1 The Dark Souls, previously published as Ted Saves the World.2 The Telepath, previously published as Mind Over Easy.3 The Candidate, previously published as Portal Combat 4 Enemy Territory, previously pViral Superhero was previously published as Ted Saves the World All books in the series have been re released with new titles and covers Books in the series include 1 The Dark Souls, previously published as Ted Saves the World.2 The Telepath, previously published as Mind Over Easy.3 The Candidate, previously published as Portal Combat 4 Enemy Territory, previously published as The Light, the Dark and the Ugly 5 The Devil Within, previously published as Veil to the Chief 6 The Rebellion7 The Final Battle Ted Finley thought being a teenage superhero would make life easier until friends and foes began taking sides in an escalating war.Between fighting crime, ignoring the growing Go Home Alien movement and fielding recruitment offers from the federal government, Ted s world is growing complicated by the day His one saving grace is his budding romance with Erica LaPlante, a light soul from another world in the form of his dream girl Erica is falling for Ted too, but she s also keeping secrets from him to preserve her mission As Ted, Erica and the rest of the team cope with the fallout from their battle against the dark souls, a new evil ascends on the town with the ability to control what they think, see and feel Erica s secrets may hold the key to winning the battle but revealing them could sacrifice the war Mind Over Easy is the second novel in a YA sci fi fantasy series that features breathtaking action, frightening horror, laugh out loud humor and a hint of romance Author Bryan Cohen continues to adapt his love for Buffy the Vampire Slayer and all things Joss Whedon in the second book of the Ted Saves the World Series Q A with the AuthorQ How would you describe the Ted Saves the World series A That s a stumper I ve always loved reading books and watching TV shows that mix genres together It s like a buffet How can you choose just one Ted Saves the World is a combination of several different genres It has the elements of a YA sci fi fantasy series, but you might also call it a collection of paranormal books for teens and young adults I ve always loved horror books for teens and coming of age series best sellers as well, so you ll find a few dashes of each in the series too Q Why did you want to write superhero novels A I love challenges Every year, I try to take on something new I d written some nonfiction, but I wanted to try writing young adult books for boys and girls alike That s why it was important for me to write super powered male and female characters Also, given the recent boom of Marvel superheroes on the big screen, I wanted to take my own crack at the genre Q What does it mean to you when readers buy your books A It s an honor Who knows if I ll ever be one of the young adult best sellers at the top of the list, but it s so amazing to see people reading my books Like most writers, I used to think I wasn t good enough, so I didn t try With the encouragement of my friends, family members, and readers, I was able to give this series a go I m eternally grateful for each reader who puts my books on their virtual shelf Ted Saves the World YA Sci Fi Fantasy Series eBook Categories Superhero Novels YA Sci Fi Fantasy Series Paranormal Books for Teens and Young Adults Young Adult Best Sellers Horror Books for Teens Coming of Age Series Best Sellers Young Adult Books for Boys

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    1. PJ Lea on said:

      This is one of those series that I can see is just going to keep improving.Ted's powers are growing, as are his relationships. He still has the occasional mishap, though he wouldn't be as likeable if he didn't. There are ever more enemies to defeat with the aid of his group of friends and moral decisions to make, as even he can't be everywhere at once. It's really good to read about a superhero whose identity isn't a secret and who admits that he can't do it all alone. A fun and exciting story f [...]

    2. Silver Screen Videos on said:

      NOTE: The author graciously provided me with a copy of this book and asked me to write a review.In The Telepath, authors Bryan Cohen and Casey Lane continue the YA-science fiction/fantasy saga of Ted Finley, an ordinary and somewhat geeky high school junior who suddenly finds himself with amazing superpowers and learns that he's now responsible for saving the earth from an attack by a bunch of bad guys with pretty amazing powers of their own. The authors have called Ted’s saga the Viral Superh [...]

    3. Ibi Anugwom on said:

      Predictable and yet entertaining This series so far (and I have only read books 1 and 2 so far), is a young adult about a teen taking on the responsibility for saving the world. In this book it implies he can save the universe or multiverse depending on what school of thought you studied.That being said none of that seemed to be conveyed. Also, most YA books focus on stereotypical teen angst and there wasn't much of that here. I sometimes lament the use of this type of plot device when used in o [...]

    4. PJ Lea on said:

      This is one of those series that I can see is just going to keep improving.Ted's powers are growing, as are his relationships. He still has the occasional mishap, though he wouldn't be as likeable if he didn't. There are ever more enemies to defeat with the aid of his group of friends and moral decisions to make, as even he can't be everywhere at once.It's really good to read about a superhero whose identity isn't a secret and who admits that he can't do it all alone. A fun and exciting story fo [...]

    5. Judith Cohen on said:

      The mark of a good series is when the characters continue to grow and become more mature and complex while the overall story arc gets increasingly layered and complex even while individual series book plots remain complete and fun. It's a neat trick to pull off, but Bryan Cohen and Casey Lane have done it in this series book 2. Ted and Erica are still going strong, but increasingly becoming more equal partners as Ted grows in power and maturity. Supporting characters get further developed (espec [...]

    6. Thomas Merrick on said:

      Good storyI enjoyed this rewrite of Ted Finley. I read the first release and this one is faster packed but seems to be missing in depth characterization. Otherwise an improvement on the first effort.

    7. Tina on said:

      This is one of those series that just keeps getting better. A strong plot and characters that keep growing along with the story make this entry in the series a worthwhile addition. I look forward to seeing where Ted and his gang go next.

    8. Prashant on said:

      Yup, finished one more book in the series. Either the series is improving with new book or i am getting more familiar and hence liking it moreEnjoyed it!

    9. Tony Parsons on said:

      Theodore Ted Finley lived in Treasure with his mom, dad & sister Christina. He was quite the local superhero, so most of the PPL say. He also has now become a very unusual wealthy teen. Dhiraj (classmate) was a teenage entrepreneur & Ted’s business manager. Erica LaPlante (cheerleader) was not your average teen, she was dating Ted.Erica had the ability to communicate between the Realm of Souls & Earth to Gan (commander light soul army) or Reena (commander light soul army).Ted, Eric [...]

    10. Bonnie Keck on said:

      Kindle Unlimited, which is probably a good thing if you like this type of book and then realize it's going to be The Viral Superhero Series (5 Book collection total} by Bryan Cohen and Casey Lane that will include 1 The Dark Souls 2 The Telepath 3 The Candidate 4 Enemy Territory 5 The Devil Within. I got this as a review mobi copy, a here's free book we really hope you find time to actually review it type, no payment just free book, own opinions as ALWAYS, oooh superheroes *POW*.In our last th [...]

    11. Cherri-Anne on said:

      You’re freakin’ Super Bryan!!! “You can do whatever the hell you want!” Man I love that quote from Natalie! Ok, it is actually Ted she is talking about but I think it fits for Bryan. This is the second book in the Ted series and in my opinion it is so much more interesting & engrossing and I just loved it!!! In fact I loved it so much I read it all in one go!! I love how it picks up from where we left Ted and the gang. I found that because everything was basically established - peop [...]

    12. Liquid Frost on said:

      Cohen’s “Mind Over Easy” picks up the story several months after the conclusion of the series launch, “Ted Saves the World.” Things have changed in Treasure: Ted and Erica have been training hard, the Department of Homeland Security is keeping tabs on the teen superhero, Dhiraj has crowd funded the hi-tech lair, and the anti-Ted movement: ‘Go Home Alien’ is growing at an alarming rate.If you haven’t read the first book, I’d recommend starting there. It isn’t absolutely necess [...]

    13. Carol-Ann on said:

      This is the second book in the series and picks up the story several months after the conclusion of the the first one. Things have changed in Treasure: Ted and Erica have been training hard, the Department of Homeland Security is keeping tabs on the teen superhero, Dhiraj has crowd funded the hi-tech lair, and the anti-Ted movement: ‘Go Home Alien’ is growing at an alarming rate.If you haven’t read the first book, I would suggest starting with that first. Although you will be able to read [...]

    14. Jeff Adams on said:

      This is the second book in Bryan’s "Ted Saves the World" series. "Mind Over Easy" is a great sequel, picking up shortly after the events in the first book. Ted’s training to control his powers, but Erica is keeping secrets from him so that he doesn’t become too powerful.The stakes ratchet up significantly in this book as Ted faces backlash from those who don’t think he’s a hero, but simply someone who should be locked up for having alien powers. These anti-alien group is nearly as evil [...]

    15. Kate on said:

      “Mind Over Easy” picks up the story several months after the conclusion of the series launch, “Ted Saves the World.” Not only does Ted now have to get to grips with his new found powers with the help of endless training (courtesy of Erica) but he also has the GHA (Go Home Alien) group to contend with. Ow and don’t forget the Department of Homeland Security is also keeping tabs on the teen superhero as well. This instalment introduces Albert Redican (English substitute teacher) to us wh [...]

    16. Jada Ryker on said:

      Young Adult Science Fiction Fantasy - Second in the SeriesIn the second book in the series, Ted continues to learn about his powers. He has a hot girlfriend, a lair, and a team. Can't get much better, right?There are some challenges ahead for Ted. Bryan Cohen's Mind Over Easy (Ted Saves the World Series Book 2) is an excellent science fiction fantasy for people of all ages. If you missed the first book, now is a great time to snag it and read it. And don't forget, we have Book 3 to look forward [...]

    17. Penelope on said:

      The second book in the series and it is as good as the first.It's nice to get the friends together working on saving the world but it's even better when issues that have been haunting them are resolved. The book leaves a nice opening to the continuation of Ted's training but it leaves his friends and Erica at home. I wonder what book three has in store for Ted whilst he is out of town.Thank you Bryan for another great book.

    18. Mikael Barstow on said:

      This one moves full speed toward a great ending. In my opinion, this is because the author got rid of a lot of the flashbacks that were prevalent in the first (slowed that one down just slightly.) Ted learns new powers and gets into more trouble. The dialogue is still my favorite part of this series. I'm definitely going to read the next one.

    19. Legina Mendenhall on said:

      After reading the first book "Ted Saves the World" I knew I was hooked. I had to find out what came next. It is very interesting to have a front seat to all the developing characters. Author Bryan Cohen keeps a good pace going without rushing the story line. I can't wait to see what other developments are coming Ted's way!

    20. Scotts Kindle on said:

      Definitely a transition bookI am cutting this book some slack since I know it is not the end book. IMHO there was not much going on in this book of the series. This book wouldn't stand on its own. If I had not read the first book I would not have liked it at all. With that said I have already bought the next 2 books in the series. I hope I am not disappointed.

    21. Raven Lokison on said:

      The hits keep coming in this amazing series! Ted and the gang are back in a rip roaring roller coaster of action, adventure, andProm! Aside from Ted's, and the author's, growing confidence and abilities there's plenty of surprises to delight the reader. Join Team Ted, it's great for the head! ;)

    22. Wesley B. Caldwell on said:

      This is the second book in the series and it picks up where the first one left off and quickly gains momentum and doesn't confuse as much as the first book. I am eagerly awaiting the third book. This is an awesome series. Wes Caldwell

    23. Jordan on said:

      A strong continuation from the last book even if in my opinion it wasn't at the level of the first book.

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