The Beginning of the End

Paul Phipps Ronnell Porter

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The Beginning of the End

The Beginning of the End Meta City Home to former superheroes and super villains home to hundreds of thousands of metahumans who just have a few powers or advantages that % of humanity doesn t have Meta City a prison with

  • Title: The Beginning of the End
  • Author: Paul Phipps Ronnell Porter
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 480
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Meta City Home to former superheroes and super villains home to hundreds of thousands of metahumans who just have a few powers or advantages that 99 % of humanity doesn t have Meta City a prison with walls of velvet, so comfortable, so inviting, that once you are there you really never want to leave Meta City Home to Christopher Colvard, a young man of nine wMeta City Home to former superheroes and super villains home to hundreds of thousands of metahumans who just have a few powers or advantages that 99 % of humanity doesn t have Meta City a prison with walls of velvet, so comfortable, so inviting, that once you are there you really never want to leave Meta City Home to Christopher Colvard, a young man of nine who was arrested and had an explosive collar placed around his neck by the police because he was a newly discovered metahuman who had hit a baseball a little too hard at a little league game This is mostly his story mostly.

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    1. Brock Saunders on said:

      This book has some major flaws in it. One of the first flaws is that it had major grammatical errors such as capitalizing a word in the middle of a sentence, incomplete sentences, no punctuation, etc.Also its main character (Chris) was basically the jackpot of all superpowers and he could have just been the only person in the book because the story and plot did not really on them much. I think this book has a good premise but just needs to be built on and added to. In general this book fells lik [...]

    2. Ryan Mangrum on said:

      Terrible. I couldn't even make it to 10%. The dialog is wooden, the narration can't maintain it's point-of-view, and the author can't use a semicolon correctly. It reads like something you'd find on writing.

    3. Booksgotit on said:

      This book is a solid four stars. Sadly, the first thing I noticed was the books bad grammar; you would find several grammar mistakes that would make you cringe. Seriously, cringe. So the grammar is on the down side, but the story is where you get lost. The main character, Chris, is an amazing person, and it's not just because of his 'special power'. (I'm trying not to spoil too much of the book, so Chris's power will remain a mystery.) His power is really unique, it's much different than anythin [...]

    4. Michael Chatfield on said:

      Okay, this one is a bit of a mix bag for me, I love Meta based books, and this one was a nice fun light read. It made it solely YA. There was a lacking depth, actions weren't explained they were just completed and then tossed around. At a point in the book the main character makes an amazing invention and literally tosses it to someone and say's 'make it better' and goes off to do other awesome things.There was too much awesome and not enough of a kid just being a kid and dealing with the litera [...]

    5. Andy Schmidt on said:

      Nice story. A really fun read!I loved this book. You know when you play a video game and you come across a weapon or skill or cheat that just about makes you invincible? This is that experience put into words. I know his skills are just too over the top but it makes this just a nice fun read and keeps you wanting more and more and ends before you become bored with it. I like this type of book, it gives you a breather between reading Tolkien, Crichton, or King, which require you to follow stories [...]

    6. Thom Rowe on said:

      Decent premise butI like the basic premise of this story: a city-sized internment camp for meta humans with changes outside that threaten it. The problem with it is the protagonist. He's a textbook example of Miss Mary Sue, more powerful than every other superhero, having every single superpower imaginable and doing everything in the story himself. The story would be pretty much the same if there were no other characters since they really don't do anything except marvel at the protagonist's amaz [...]

    7. Bob C. on said:

      Meta City: Book 1 Is Awesome!I liked EVERYTHING about this book, the plot, the characters, the Interaction of the characters and the abilities of the characters. I really really hope that there's a sequel to this book, cause I really want to read more about Meta City and it's defenders. I'm also looking forward to reading everything else I can by this author. Keep up the great writing! :)

    8. Dwight Harris on said:

      Best to meAlthough plotwise it wasn't great, I enjoyed the book very much. Read it in two sittings. A coming of age story that holds your interest.If you are serious about sci- fi and super heroes, this is not for you. However if you want a good quick read please do get this and enjoy it.

    9. Lindsey on said:

      Makes you thinkAlmost too much happening for connection with the characters but the idea of what the main character goes through through adolescence and then the connection to mainstream syfy and fantasy ideas was interesting. The author style reminds me of Connie Suttle.

    10. Jack on said:

      It was fantastic as it was disturbing. Great book as long as the author doesn't try to promote something funny. Also, at times I thought it was written by Bruce Jenner. However, I don't really know the author's motivations.

    11. Brant P on said:

      DecentInteresting, but man there are a ton of typos and grammar issues. Needs an awesome editor and then it'll be five stars

    12. Patrick McDowell on said:

      Very good readI was constantly reminded to put it down so I could sleep, I didn't want to stop.When is the next one coming?

    13. Amir lampkins on said:

      Fun readNeeds more conflict and definite much more proofreading. Why are certain random words capitalized? This is not German. Might read more by this author.

    14. Philda Todzaniso on said:

      I loved this book . This young boy who is ripped from everything he knows straight into a new life and a real family and these strange powers. Great book , can hardly wait for the next instalment !

    15. Carlos Parada on said:

      Fun readFun and easy to get immersed in. Not too violent or sexualized, I'd recommend it for young readers who are looking for some escapism.

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