Pasaidan’s life changes when he is forced to use his super powers in public, decimating an entire city block. He is moved into an asylum where his powers are studied by a mystery doctor named Samuel Michaels. When he learns that everything is not right, he must escape from the asylum.
His plans are interrupted as he is saved by two super-powered men, one named Ned and the other named Chace. After they help him escape, the offer him a place to stay and a way to help people using his powers.
After accepting their offer, he begins to see that he’s not as alone in the world as he once thought and that people like him are fighting against him and his team. After misfortune hits the team, they must race to find one of their own, but everything is not as it seems.
Targeted Age Group:: 16-50
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I’ve always been infatuated with superheroes and I wanted to tell a good superhero comic.
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
Most are spun from my favorites but I try to make them as interesting as I can.
Once again, Psychosis chuckled. She was so nonchalant about the whole thing. It made sense upon figuring out the e-mails. Erin, or Shifter, betrayed us. She had been in contact with Samuel.
“Paper cuts? Is that your only torture?”
“Where are they, where did you tell them to go?” I demanded.
“I’ve no idea what you’re talking about.” She said with a bored expression.
I put my hand on her aggressively.
“You’re even weaker than—”
“Than?” I asked.
She was silent. I looked to my hand as electricity began to spark. As the electricity traveled up her arm, she tried to stifle a scream. As the electricity hit her chest, she couldn’t help but scream out.
I could feel the power coursing through her, overloading her and for a second I couldn’t stop it. Her screams were deafening but I could hear here less and less over the buzz of the electricity. I could see my electricity flowing through her and was surprised to see that my powers were quickly approaching her heart.
I pulled my hand off hers and stared at her face. She was staring straight ahead in horror. When the effects wore off, she stared at me, still in horror.
“Th-they’re at the asylum.” Psychosis stuttered.
“The asylum?” I asked with confusion, “What are they doing there?”
About the Author:
Patrick Roberts was born and raised in Ardmore, Oklahoma. He was an only child, though he has a half-sister. He began writing and storytelling at a young age and views this as a way of showing creativity.
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