The Submersion

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The Submersion

The Submersion In the fourth book of the Powerless series Mira and her surviving friends are separated into sinister work camps Forced against their will to do the Warlord s evil bidding they must discover the sec

  • Title: The Submersion
  • Author: Jason Letts
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 127
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • In the fourth book of the Powerless series, Mira and her surviving friends are separated into sinister work camps Forced against their will to do the Warlord s evil bidding, they must discover the secret to his incredible power before it s too late.

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      Published :2018-06-22T10:28:31+00:00

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    1. J.L. Dobias on said:

      Powerless: The SubmersionThis book is number four in the series and its one of those series that you can love and hate. The reason for this is that the pace is one that keeps building the adrenaline pump, only bringing you half way down before the next pump and it can almost get tiring.Couple that with all the tension and wonder about how the hero's are going to solve all the problems and then add some -old serial novel traits- and it can almost become daunting. I remember reading some of those [...]

    2. Robert Duperre on said:

      Rating: 3.7 out of 5I’ve been following Jason Letts’s Powerless series from the very beginning, when we were first introduced to Mira, the girl with no special talents in a world where the rest of the population is graced with super powers. I immediately found it a thoroughly entertaining and innocent ride, one that carried with it that sense of wonder and purity until the end of book 2 and into book 3, where events grew exponentially darker by the page.So here we are at book four, The Subme [...]

    3. Arwen on said:

      Since I read this series back-to-back I am going to review it as one entry. The first thing you have to know about this series is that it’s set in an imagery world where they have absolutely NO IDEA how to educate children. If this is going to bother you then don’t read the Powerless Series, because it will be a big deal in the first few books and really set the underlying tone for the world-building.The next thing you need to know is that because of the education system the military is run [...]

    4. Julie on said:

      I know this series is for young adults, and I am just on the cusp of not being that anymore. Anyway, this was a really good book. I think it is cool that Mira has no power and she can do more things than those with powers. I am glad they started winning agains the bad guys (at least a little). I can't wait to see how it all ends!

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