YOUNG ADULT FICTION
Twenty years after the death of electricity, teenager Glenn Goodwin decides to help an old man resurrect the world's fallen superheroes. While Glenn's decision might be enough to salvage the ruins of Old Chicago and his own fractured family, it will also give birth to the city's first and last supervillain.
In a remote coastal town on Vancouver Island, a teenage girl born with gigantism and a volatile temper decides to take her own life... Until a boy from the stars comes to her seeking refuge from his terrible past and begs her to become part of his future.
When Rex Tyler, a listless millennial, tries to rebuild his broken family and cure an estranged brother of his meth addiction, he inadvertently creates a miraculous new drug that gives the user the power to be a Superman for a single hour. The other side of that hour is a dark, figurative whirlpool that will consume everyone Rex ever fought to save.
When an overachieving cynic is offered a promotion at a secret laboratory for supervillain weaponry, she is forced to pull her head out of the sand and confront the thin line that separates good and evil.
When the only human teenager living in a prison town for has-been monsters makes a decision to break out, he unleashes a deadly plot that threatens to kill him alongside the monsters he loathes unless he can learn to rise above his bigotry and fight back.
(ADULT) When an eighties 'legend' dies, the gang spirals into a disgusting, degrading and destructive mourning phase.
When Team Flash journeys to Opal City to honor a Golden Age superhero's retirement, an uprising among the city's youth, lead by a violent new supervillain, brings to light the disparity between different generations and their 'heroes.'