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Stephen L. Rice

Stephen L. Rice

Genres:
Speculative
A Christian writer of science fiction and fantasy, Stephen L. Rice works as a freelance journalist, writer and editor, and he is fond of old books and early Christian thinking. He also belongs to several writing groups and is known for swift, accurate edits and critiques. His work emphasizes the need to rely on God rather than on ourselves and models a Christian worldview.
League of Superheroes

League of Superheroes

(October 2008)
Genres:
Speculative
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Publisher: Writers' Cafe Press
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ISBN: 978-1-934284-05-6
“It was Allen’s sister Clarice who found the genie that turned the Mad Scientists into superheroes.”

Four teenage boys and one little sister discover someone in a chat room who claims to be a little girl named Genie, but whose scientific knowledge and technology are a few centuries ahead of anyone else.

When Clarice wants her hacker older brother to help her give personal information to a “little girl” in a chatroom, the guys are sure they’ve run into a predator. But they aren’t ready for Genie, who speaks more like a sci-fi computer than a girl or a dirty old man, who seems to know too much about everything.

And when she claims that it wouldn’t be hard to duplicate the super suits of their favorite high-tech heroes—well, that’s too much. Especially when the suits begin to arrive. But where do they come from? And who or what is Genie?

The most intelligent mortal in history—an integral part of the most powerful force mankind has ever unleashed. And she does not consider herself subject to the laws of God or man. What can the League of Superheroes do about it?

On a whim, Genie transforms her new friends into their favorite techno heroes. But can even superheroes save her (and the world) from her so-called creators—and from Genie herself?

 
 

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