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"Michael Morn is a supervillain-in-training and the adoptive son of the brilliant criminal mastermind whose sense of right and wrong is thrown into question when a new superhero arrives in town"-- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: New York, NY : Walden Pond Press, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers, 2014
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780062133113
Branch Call Number: FICTION And
Description: 277 pages ; 22 cm


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Michael has never met a super--his town just doesn't have them. It's either be involved in crime, or be the victim. So, he and his Dad sell gadgets to the mob, but when a super comes to town, everything Michael knows changes.

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Jul 03, 2017

Benvolia thinks this title is suitable for 12 years and over

Dec 19, 2015

jntsai thinks this title is suitable for All Ages

Mar 01, 2015

Alim123 thinks this title is suitable for 12 years and over

alicat42 Jul 30, 2014

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Jul 03, 2017

Fantastically well done! One of the first superhero books that claims to play with what it means to be good or evil and actually fulfills it's promise. Wish there was more to read!

Mar 01, 2015

Needs a sequel, very good book. Some of the vocabulary and terminology used in this book was introduced in Minion's companion book, Sidekicked, so it is a good idea to read Sidekicked first.

A companion book is usually a book written by the same author in the same world as another book, however it usually does not mention the main characters from the other companion book. Hope that helps!

alicat42 Jul 30, 2014

This book is "compainion" to the book sidekicked. To be honest I've never really gotten the whole "compainion" Thing I mean the only thing these two books (sidekicked and minion) have in come is the author, but if someone is willing to explain what compainion means that would be great. The book was really good though!!!!


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alicat42 Jul 30, 2014

Michael and his father's world gets turned upside down when a new superhero comes to a once super-less town. Michael soon learns that there is lot more to the old saying about good and evil than what meets the eye. Through superpowers, girls, shopping mall trips, wacky inventions, friends, and enemies, Michael learns about the powers of family


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alicat42 Aug 08, 2014

"Power is knowing you have a choice, the trouble's making it "


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