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Sara's Review: The Games of Supervillainy (The Supervillainy Saga #2) by C.T. Phipps


PUBLISHER: Amber Cove Publishing

NARRATOR: Jeffrey Kafer

RELEASED: January 14, 2016

GENRE: Superhero, Fantasy

LENGTH: 6 hours and 55 minutes

FORMAT: eBook, Audible, Paperback







Get ready for the action-packed follow up to The Rules of Supervillainy. This time with zombies, zombified heroes and villains, cults, magic, superscience, a dragon, a Greek demigod, and so much more!

Gary and Cloak have returned from the supervillain prison on the moon only to discover the city he plans to conquer and rule with an iron fist has been overrun with the living dead. Once again taking up the mantle of Merciless, the villain without mercy, Gary will have to pull it together quickly, find his wife, his gang, and a whole lot of help to stop the Brotherhood of Infamy from slaughtering the population of Falconcrest City and opening a portal to summon a Primal force of creation.

But Gary has a plan, or at least he's sure he'll have one soon. Just give him a second.


The Games of Supervillainy picks up where book one leaves off, but Gary and Cloak are in for a rude awakening because what seemed like seconds for them has been weeks for everyone else and Zombies have taken over.

Once again, we have a book about a man trying to convince himself and everyone else he is a supervillain when he is a good guy with a skewed moral compass. You know he kills bad guys. Weird right?! He also has no issue extorting or robbing the rich. LOL

If this is a genre that you love, I think you would fall in love with this series. For me, it was fun, but after book 2, I am not sure if I will continue with it. It is fun and extremely entertaining and very Deadpool-Esq. I am a romance girl at heart, and superhero fantasy isn’t something I read or listen to daily. But it was a fun change for a bit.

I am rating The Games Of Super Villainy 4 Boundless stars, and it is great fun.

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