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Star Child by Leonard Petracci

A Superhero Story 

Everyone has a superpower based on the topography of where they were born (IE: Mountains, deserts, etc.). The first child has just been born in space.

Note: Star Child contains some graphic violence and harsh language.


A serialized novel, updating weekly

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Listed: Aug 6, 2017

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A universe like no other.

By pasta, member

Aug 28, 2017: I’ve been reading star child since is conception on Reddit and I can say its captivated me thoroughly since. Leonard has put some much work into this universe and I am always wanting more after I finish each chapter. The main character is a young adult male who is searching for his mother when she was abducted by the government. The story follows SC (Star Child) whom was born in a universe that can sometimes grant a newborn special powers throughout their life based on where they were born. SC [more . . .]

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A Compelling Twist on the Usual Super Hero Trope

By Kridina, member

Aug 12, 2017: I am really enjoying the concept of this novel. It takes the usual super hero trope and gives it a fresh spin. Very nice!

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Masterfully Written Story Which Will Appeal To All Readers

By SingingInThePain, member

Aug 20, 2017: Star Child is a really great story, with an original concept that your place of birth determines your superpowers. The characters that we see throughout all have clear identities, and are memorable in their own way. Whether it’s clear and beautiful imagery or extremely relatable conversations and dialogue, Petracci really has mastered the art of hooking his readers in to the plot, and if you read this then you too will find yourself rooting for SC and his pals every step of the way! A great piece of online fiction.

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