Super Born: Seduction of Being

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  • Title: Super Born: Seduction of Being
  • Author: Keith Kornell
  • ISBN: 9780982645208
  • Page: 490
  • Format: Paperback
  • Super Born: Seduction of Being

    An evolution in the female superhero, Super Born Seduction of Being is a romantic satire based on a quirky journalist s search for a reluctant Super Woman She is a single mother with thirty years of normal existence before super powers begin to show themselves and complicate her life As she searches for her new place in the world, a crowd of others search for her as wAn evolution in the female superhero, Super Born Seduction of Being is a romantic satire based on a quirky journalist s search for a reluctant Super Woman She is a single mother with thirty years of normal existence before super powers begin to show themselves and complicate her life As she searches for her new place in the world, a crowd of others search for her as well Told from both the journalist s and superhero s point of view, Super Born is a flowing unique read.

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    1. Alexander Crommich

      Super Born follows a single mom with a crappy job who has the misfortune of being stranded in Scranton, Pennsylvania. The book aims to be a straightforward but comedic superhero story that focuses on her struggle to fulfill her own needs and take care of her daughter, all of which her powers and sense of responsibility to the public at large complicates. The humor is hit and miss, and it occasionally veers too far into the absurd, but it does its job well enough. The author’s use of multiple p [...]

    2. Eric

      Eight women born in Scranton, PA, on January 18, 1976, during the Super Bowl, all grow up to be superheroes. What was going on in Scranton during that time? And why only women? A superhero comedy/mystery with lots of laughs and sex. In a word: screwy! Full review here: superheronovels/2011/07/10

    3. Trista

      When I first saw this book cover I immediately thought it was about a blonde who fought against criminals. My second thought after that was maybe it was about a girl who used masks and followed along the lines of 50 Shades of Grey. This is the actual synopsis from : An evolution in the female superhero, Super Born: Seduction of Being is a romantic satire based on a quirky journalist's search for a reluctant Super Woman. She is a single mother with thirty years of normal existence before super po [...]

    4. Katy

      The narrator of the story is a freelance journalist who ends up becoming involved with Dr. Jones, who is convinced that Scranton, PA is home to superwomen due to a surge in episilon radiation. Jones has a whole formula set up and has determined that those most likely to be superwomen were born on 1/18/1976, close to half-time during the Super Bowl. So, the narrator sets out to find a superwoman and becomes obsessed with one that he called B.I.B. (beeoyatch in black). The B.I.B. is responsible fo [...]

    5. Cheryl

      First off let me say that this book cover is really sexy and eye-catching. Second, when I read the title for this book I was expecting it to be kind of like erotica. Not that I have anything against erotica. In fact I do enjoy reading these types of books. You can imagine my surprise when this book was nothing like an erotica book. There was minimal sex. So don’t let the title of this book turn you off from reading it. Actually this book reads more like a comic book. So fans of comics, sci-fi, [...]

    6. Angela

      It took me a while to glance through this book. I know others have said that the cover was great but I wasn't enthused. It looked too much like a cheesy romance novel. That finally put aside, the book is comical and an enjoyable read. Switching between the characters for different first hand accounts was a good twist. The book centers around one woman with super powers that is just trying to live her life and has all the same issues we all suffer from. Throw into the mix super powers and hilarit [...]

    7. Bruce Arthurs

      SUPER BORN: Seduction of Being by Keith Kornell (Harper Landmark Books, 2013).I'm a pretty easy mark for "ordinary person gets superpowers" story. This one, ehhh, sorry; it had problems.There are several PoV characters. They switch back and forth, frequently in the same chapter, with no clear demarcation between the switch. That last is exacerbated by all the PoVs being 1st-person viewpoints, all expressed in similar speech patterns and phraseology. To try and make clear which character is speak [...]

    8. Sharon Martin

      I knew as soon as read the first couple of pages that I was going to enjoy reading this book. I'm not a huge fantasy reader but I have been persuaded by this one. Although I think a lot to do with my enjoyment of the book came from the authors writing style, a light hearted story, humorous, tongue in cheek in parts and weirdly or not slightly believable!! I also loved the way the book alternated between first hand accounts from both main characters.The two main characters were both down to earth [...]

    9. Julienne

      Fast paced and funny. This book is both quirky and fast paced so it was a fun read that was easy to pick up and follow. The narrative is at first from Allie the single mom who accidentally discovers her super powers jumping up to get a bowl off the shelf. "The first clue came the day I innocently jumped to get a bowl off of a high shelf. This was not a big leap, mind you, just a little hop. But I found myself chest deep through the ceiling and into my upstairs neighbor’s kitchen."This seeming [...]

    10. Kim Hansen

      I’ve definitely never been a huge “super-hero” fan, but what a great, fun book! I knew immediately I was going to like it!Super Born: Seduction of Being, by author Keith Kornell, revolves around a journalist who thinks that Scranton, PA is the home of superwomen; based on an irregular radiation surge in the city.The journalist meets up with Dr. Jones, who believes that women born during this surge were born with extraordinary powers that begin to develop through their life. The funny thing [...]

    11. Megan Coffie

      Super Born is a story based in the town of Scranton, Pennsylvania. Because of epilson radiation exposure between the years of 1969-1981, certain men have become "morons" while some women have developed superpowers! The town papers starts to take notice of a mysterious woman saving lives and capturing bad guys. Who is this woman in black? Is she human - or something more?This story is in the form of a journal written by a Scranton man who was one of the first to know of these superwomen. He searc [...]

    12. Joy

      I won a copy of Super Born: Seduction of Being by Keith Kornell through .What a fun book!!! I was a little apprehensive going into this book, I thought maybe it was a YA novel (by looking at the cover) but, as it turns out, definitely NOT YA. Ok, it had a few errors in it, mostly punctuation. I loved the acronyms in the book, RFD's, SSS's, B.I.B. The tone the characters used was so fun!! I loved the characters' thought processes. I suspect both men and women would love this book. Women would lik [...]

    13. SaraLee

      I am so glad I got to read this book. I love how I felt like the book was at my level with the people in the book. Now this book uses strong language but its nothing that I don't hear everyday while hanging out with my friends. The B.I.B. is a single mom in her 30's and I could relate to her since I am a mom in my 30's. I like how she can pull off the whole mom and super hero with no one knowing who she is not even her daughter Paige. This has so many twists and turns that I couldn't stop readin [...]

    14. Sandrag Gallegos

      What a unique twist on a super hero story!! First of all, we finally have a super hero in B.I.B. that comes from a "normal" everyday person versus what we are used to seeing in comic books. Secondly, I LOVED how she is a mom in her thirties that has to deal with what most moms have to deal with everyday, 24-7 and manages to keep her identity hidden from all those around her. I think most moms can relate to this! We all have a hidden identity that we hide from our families in order to keep the ho [...]

    15. Heather Quarnstrom

      To begin with I really enjoyed this book. It is a truly interesting twist on the usual superhero story.That being said, the beginning was a little slow for me. There was a lot of back and forth between view points that at times was confusing. I felt there were parts that were didn't quite have enough forward motion to it to keep me reading.Around the middle part though there was more action and I just couldn't put it down. I loved the characters and the entire story dynamic. There were twists an [...]

    16. Krisha

      I won a copy of this book from .I was a little unsure about it when I saw the cover but I'm so glad I gave it a chance. I really enjoyed this book! I liked the characters and the humor through the book. I liked that the story was told from different characters' perspectives but I felt that they didn't really have their own voices. It was obvious that the same person wrote each chapter. For instance, the phrase "if you know what I mean" was overused by more than one character. (How many people ac [...]

    17. Vincent

      Overall Superborn is a fun story where the two main characters share a somewhat self-depracating sensibility. Imagine a super heroine who hates her name but uses it anyway. She is given the name “Bitch In Black” or more preferably “Bee-Eye-Bee” but definitely not “Bib”. This passive acceptance of a name she does not like is made more interesting when you know the latter half of the title is the “Seduction of Being.” I wrote a full review on my blog: cranialgunk/blog/2013/11/1

    18. Becky Broadhead

      Super Born: Seduction of beingI really enjoyed reading this book. The heroine was wonderful. This is a different take on super heros. Allie is a super hero and she at first did not know why. She just helped others in the city of Scranton Pennsylvania. With trying to hide her identity while others are trying to find her, makes for a very interesting read. I was provided with a complimentary copy of this book, through Reading Deals, so I could give an honest review.

    19. Ezekiel Carsella

      The B.I.B exists! A super hero born during halftime with special powers in Scranton, PA with well some other females rises to the occasion. Let's just say the book was filled with vivid scenes of what a super hero that is real and female would look like. bookntech/2013/10

    20. Kimberley

      My Review:This book wasn't the best book nor the worst but I did not enjoy it. It is not a book I would spend my money on and more likely would not recommend this book. I am sorry but it is just my honest opinion. Now with me saying that you might enjoy this book because we all have different tastes.

    21. Kimberley Meier

      I really enjoyed this book! I thought the way it was written was really cool too, it was like reading the diary of to people. I wish the author would've gone into more detail about how the women discovered and felt about the super powers. I also think this would make a great series, I'd definitely read it! I hope to see more books in the near future.

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