Book Reviews: 'We are not alone'

We just received these new reviews of How to Kill A Superhero books 1 and 2 in the Brazil store. We're reposting them here so you can see how the book is resonating with readers. Don't forget that you can buy the books in the Amazon stores in the following countries: US, UK, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, France, Italy, Germany, Japan, China, India and Australia.

How to Kill a Superhero: A Gay Bondage Manual Review

'We are not alone'

I stumbled on a picture of this book's cover a few years ago. I couldn't believe my eyes! Had someone really written a book about a gay superhero with a fetish for being spanked? Geez , that was one of my best hidden fetishes!!

Following the steps of Roland , we are taken into a world of good sex , self discovery , self loathing and love and a plethora of characters that always add something to the mix! The ideia of a gay superhero taking baby steps into a new world of bondage , sex domination and erotic fighting is anything but predictable!

I recommend this book to all the gay men and open minded people , out there , who have always dreamed of what would it be like if supers were , well , like us!

Have fun!

I sure did!

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How to Kill a Superhero: World Without Daylight Review

'The Plot Thickens'

The transition from Naive Roland to Somewhat Badass Roland , is made beautifully in this second book.

Right from the start , I got that feeling of being part of something bigger and a lot more dangerous than before. In this second book , Roland ,finally, received some nice gut punches , physically and emotionally speaking. They served him well , if you ask me!

One thing that really got me is the real dimension of this universe Roland is a part of. Many more characters are introduced and they are all related to his , delicious fetish! I couldn't choose one to love/hate more than the other! They are all so good!

I can't wait for the third chapter of this story....It's gonna blow me away, for sure!

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