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Supers: Ex Heroes Boxset: Books 1-4 Plus Shorts

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Summary

On his way to death row, torn into a galaxy of supers, told the fate of the universe is on his hands.  

This is the story of Breaker. The first four books included in this boxset, along with a bonus. 

Who in their right mind tells both his lawyer and the judge presiding over his murder trial, “F--k you!” while still in the courtroom? No one, right? Yeah, you’d be wrong about that. I did. 

You’d say the same thing if you were just found guilty of a murder you didn’t commit, though. Call me crazy for going off like that in court, but trust me, you don’t know crazy until you see what happened next. 

I never believed in superheroes. I certainly didn’t believe that I’d become one, or that strategically forming a harem of hot ladies and getting down with them to unlock my superpowers would be the key to my survival. 

Did I say my survival? I meant the universe’s. No, really...that’s exactly what happened when I was taken to a galaxy of supers, thrown into a prison ship full of villains, and told it was up to me to stop them all. 

Read on, friend, because it gets a whole hell of a lot crazier from here. 

This boxset contains the following: 

Supers: Ex Heroes 1

Supers: Ex Heroes 2

Supers: Ex Heroes 3

Supers: Ex Heroes 4 

Plus a bonus!  

WARNING: This book contains violence and many sexual situations, a harem, heads exploding, and ample blood. You might cringe, you will laugh, and hell, you might even cry. All of that is on purpose, I assure you. Second Edition for even better ball jokes.  

©2020 Jamie Hawke (P)2020 Jamie Hawke

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An excellent start, awesome narration, but, I got a bit bored with the story towards the end, I would get the next books if there were in a bundle deal but I wouldn't spend a credit to get each book separately. Don't get me wrong, I liked the concept, and the characters. It was voiced superbly and it was a well paced series, I feel a bit mean giving it such a low rating, for 1 credit it is a good deal.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 27-06-20

Hope this Helps

1. First and foremost, I would say to the cast from Sound Booth Burlesque well done! Any authors looking to make an audiobook would be lucky to have you. 2. Now to the box set. Book 2 chapter 19 is missing. I picked up just book 2 to see what was in the chapter and its important to the story. 3. Gale's backstory from book 1 to 2 goes from attempted murder of her girlfriend to wrongfully imprisoned for defending herself against a superior officer who then with the witnesses lied about the encounter. 4. Book 4 is mostly a crossover show. Crossovers can be great if you are a fan of the other series or they can be good to intro you to something else you may love, but if you’re not then it can be very annoying. 5. Overall, in my opinion the story could have been intensely emotional, but it felt shallow or perhaps hollow describes it better. Some may argue that its just the type of story, but I would put forth Manifold by Mike Truk, Star Justice by Michael-Scott Earle, and Skulduggery by Logan Jacobs.

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  • Darryl Davidson
  • 27-07-20

Explicit, but fun!

While the sex scenes are very graphic, they are very well written. The story line is written expertly enough that it could stand without those scenes, but where's the fun in that!?

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  • David Culpepper
  • 18-07-20

Epic geek harem porn

soundbooth did an amazing job with the production. I purchased this as something to listen to while I wait on other series' to release their next audiobooks. If you think you would like a sex+harem+superpowers+more sex then you'll like it. I wouldn't listen to this in mixed company lol storyline is kinda crap, and I wouldn't be surprised if the series ends with the MC waking up and it was all just a wet dream.

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  • Ryan Searcy
  • 01-07-20

Supers: Soundbooth Assemble

Let me start off with the narrator. Justin Thomas James, also known as "The voice of smooth jazz". He is a magical man with magical words. The way his narration flows out of his mouth, he is a master of his art. A real mans man, the manliest of man man that a man could man. He has said cat and chicken so many times, that it has been ingrained in my brain. I have heard it more times in this book than I have at any other point in my life, and I STILL want more. The full cast, it makes you sit there and listen. Gives depth rather than a crappy female voice. Soundbooth does a good job here, JTJ does a good job here, they all do a good job here. Yvone Syn, Annie Ellicott, Laurie Catherine Winkel, Jeff Hays, all of them play their parts and play them well. I'm a soundbooth fan, sue me. Let me talk about the main character, boy, this man is an energizer bunny. He has arrived more times than uber eats or door dash, and it just keeps on going. He is living a harem life unlike any other, from prison, all the way to earth, and many other places in between. I'm sure there are plot holes and other things, however, who cares, JTJ is reading. You will listen. The female characters, they are well, they're female characters we'll leave it there. If you want a summary, go read the summary. I'm not going to type out a gigantic thing about how there's 15 million plotholes, and that its an unbelieveable story. If you want a believable story go read something in the non-fiction section. If you want to be entertained with a SMOOTH man, and some fun characters on a romp (and hump) across the Galaxy....this is the series for you. There are more after this, and i'll be picking them up.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 09-06-20

porn

it's just porn not a super hero book not really what I wanted to listen to

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  • Himaru
  • 15-07-20

loved it

this is absolutely 💯 gold loved it cannot wait to listen to next one

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  • Joseph Garcia
  • 06-07-20

Everything was great except the set

Story was pretty good I thought. Once you get past all the rather descriptive "adult content" stuff. It is a harem themed thing after all. performances were great though it did get difficult distinguishing between female characters after a while cause there were just so many. The only gripe was there are a couple chapters missing from a couple of the books. IDK if this'll get resolved and updated or what, but if that gets fixed I'd give 5 stars across the board.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 27-06-20

Great performance

This is a great book series yes it has sex in it,but the characters you can't help yourself but fall in love with them and not to mention the story pulls it all together

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  • Damionte
  • 28-09-20

What?

The story is rather nonsensical, the sex scenes are Ok. If it wasn't for the performance by the sound proof crew I would have just tossed this.

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  • James M. Orlando
  • 23-09-20

Writing roller coaster

Let's dispense with the obvious first. This is a harem sexy-time book. If you don't want to listen to that, the rest of the review is meaningless. This was the first one of these that I've tried and I'm quite sure it will be my last. It's not my thing, so I don't feel it would be fair to include my opinion on that part of the book(s). My biggest issue is the writing quality. The author appeared to be intent on getting his story picked up as a mature video game. The plot is fairly basic, but the reader is thrown into the story without much set up. The author assumes the audience plays video (or pen and paper) games and understands the concept of skill points and various other role playing game-mechanics. It feels like a lazy way to explain why the main character develops powers incrementally. It also creates a divide between the reader and being immersed in the story. The main story is fast paced - possibly because it is an afterthought. The main goal is crafting a scenario where the harem sexy-time can happen, so the characters bounce from one adventure to the next without much time spent on everyday interactions that living beings would have when they aren't fighting, planning, or having sex. The characters are on an epic adventure, but it feels like each new challenge was invented only to top the last, instead of having a logical progression or sculpted plan. The author actually did a fine job with character interactions in some scenes. I was impressed by some of the language at times and felt a few of the descriptions were clever. At the same time, interactions that are notable to the main character as being unusual or something to think about later were described with very few words - essentially saying that the incident was important to remember, but giving very little description to make it memorable to the reader. Hawke (the author) introduces characters with little backstory and feeds it to the reader in pieces as the story progresses. The protagonist's history is added whenever it is convenient or necessary to explain his motivation. It's as if the character had no real planned background and "we can just fill that in as we go." Some of the characters were likable and believable. The voice cast does an excellent job of differentiating the characters vocally until book four. Justin Thomas James, Yvonne Syn, Jeff Hays, and Carly Crawford did a wonderful job with the material they were given. I would gladly read another story any of them were involved in. Hawke doesn't appear to be interested in delving into character's recent past until after they've had sex with the main character (with exceptions, of course). When we get to book 4, the newly added characters are poured in in droves. They aren't romantic interests for the main character (at least by this point), so giving them clear identities is lost after a physical description and a single mannerism for each one: the angry one, the crazy one, the quiet one...etc. My summary: This reads like it was written by a horny 14-year old during creative writing class instead of paying attention to the lessons.

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