Sovereign

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Diversion Publishing Corporation, Jul 25, 2017 - Young Adult Fiction - 314 pages
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The highly anticipated sequel to Dreadnought, featuring "the most exciting new superheroes in decades." (Kirkus, starred review)

Only nine months after her debut as the superhero Dreadnought, Danny Tozer is already a scarred veteran. Protecting a city the size of New Port is a team-sized job and she's doing it alone. Between her newfound celebrity and her demanding cape duties, Dreadnought is stretched thin, and it's only going to get worse.

When she crosses a newly discovered billionaire supervillain, Dreadnought comes under attack from all quarters. From her troubled family life to her disintegrating friendship with Calamity, there's no lever too cruel for this villain to use against her.

She might be hard to kill, but there's more than one way to destroy a hero. Before the war is over, Dreadnought will be forced to confront parts of herself she never wanted to acknowledge.

And behind it all, an old enemy waits in the wings, ready to unleash a plot that will scar the world forever.

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User Review  - rivkat - LibraryThing

Danny is a full-fledged superhero, but she’s still struggling—with her parents, who are fighting her emancipation; with her friends, who aren’t always acting so friendly, and most of all with her ... Read full review

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User Review  - lavaturtle - LibraryThing

I loved this book! There are bunch of great characters who get good development over the course of the story. The villain is compellingly creepy. There's a new nonbinary character! This series is great and I hope there will be more soon! Read full review

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About the author (2017)

April Daniels graduated from UC Santa Cruz with a degree in literature. She completed her first manuscript by scribbling a few sentences at a time between calls while working in the customer support department for a well-known video game console. She has a number of hobbies, most of which are boring and predictable. As nostalgia for the 1990s comes into its full bloom, she has become ever more convinced that she was born two or three years too late and missed all the good stuff the first time around.

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