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Free 3/13/15

While knocking back illegal drinks with his friends at the hallowed Orangetown Pickers' college football stadium, average kid Joe Black finds himself desperately trying to save the life of a beautiful dark haired woman after a deadly explosion violently interrupts his fun and games. While trying to fathom why he would even do something so reckless he soon finds himself entangled in a dangerous game of terrorist plots, mistaken identities, hard boiled detectives, the criminal underworld, and of all things magic as he tries to escape with his life and make sense of it all.

Joe faces many challenges from all new enemies, assassins, and even his own friends. Can Joe navigate all this danger, escape with his life, and handle his biggest challenge to date, finding something about himself that is truly extraordinary? Find out within the pages of Average Joe and the Extraordinaires.

#3 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Literature & Fiction > Action & Adventure > Men's Adventure
#4 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > New Adult & College

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"I'm thoroughly surprised with this book. Usually I spend a week on a new book, slowly savoring all the details, characters, and the world in it. But this one didn't leave me a choice.
The excitement was so strong, I'd probably just read it in one sleepless night (if I didn't pass out after 4 hours). It reminded me of my teen age years when there was no goodreads and such, and to find a good action novel like this one was a true miracle. Especially, when the ending actually makes sense and brings more magic into reading. I think it's a perfect book for both kids and teenagers, with no excessive violence and yet interesting, but what's more important is that it can be a fun reading for adults, too.
The characters are realistic and believable, the writing is remarkably descriptive for such a fast-paced book, so there's no chance for boredom once you start reading. The ideas behind it never fully unfold, and it's mysterious and fascinating, never satisfying your curiosity about the world that the author has created. The plot that seems simple in the beginning, grows complex but not overly complicated by the end.
I can't remember the last time a story had my full attention like this one and can't wait to read the second part of it!"

"I don't usually leave extremely high praise on Amazon but in this case it deserves it. Wright has written a brilliantly paced novel with some traditional aspects, and some extremely nontraditional aspects. Above all, the writing was actually witty. I didn't realise just how important that is to a story until I came across this. I always assumed plot was more important than composition, but in this case, not so. While the plot is extremely original, (Joe's dialogue is fantastic), the writing itself is crisp and deliciously comical at unexpected moments. There are lots of old themes turned new themes here, redone in unique ways such as the damsel in distress, the wayward youth etc. Still, they were executed brilliantly and left me absolutely satisfied by the novel's conclusion. Highly recommended. "
 

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