Blog Tour (Review): How To Be A Badass Vigilante by Michael Anderle

 

Publisher : Lmbpn Publishing (February 10, 2021)
Language : English
Paperback : 274 pages
ISBN-10 : 1649714467
ISBN-13 : 978-1649714466

Praise for HOW TO BE A BADASS VIGILANTE Series

“Once again, I find myself in a reader’s paradise with this ‘Bad Ass’ series!” Alicia G., reviewer

“A different twist to the fantasy world. The main character is feisty, fun, loyal & honorable. A theme I love in Michael’s stories.” Kathleen R., reviewer

“A number of unexpected plot twists form a novel solution. Action galore as usual.” Kevin S., reviewer

“It’s extremely hard to find such an interesting and exciting author who not only writes intelligently, but also provides top-rate plots, characters, and excitement in their stories.” — Jim N., reviewer

 

Virtutis gloria merces

Translation: Glory is the reward of valor

When given power, what would you be willing to sacrifice for the greater good?

Fed up with playing the normal game, recent university graduate, ex-cum laude, ex-soccer star, ex-popular and mostly broke Kera MacDonagh changed her life when she read ‘How to be a Badass Witch’ and shockingly, the spells worked.

She barely made it out of the first few weeks of on-the-job training before her powers got her in trouble.

Hunted as a magical vigilante, the Kims sacrificed to keep her safe.

Kera hunts criminals in the darkness of LA, but will she be able to hide the signature of her powers, too?

Having made the decision to come clean with a boyfriend, she must now live with the results.

With everything happening, Kera is balancing her sanity as well. Will magic be enough to help her come out on top?

Of course, she hopes. Because the other way lies madness.

You can purchaseHow To Be A Badass Vigilante: Book One at the following Retailers:
       
I received a copy of How To Be A Badass Vigilante for an honest review. What follows is my opinion and mine alone. There was no compensation made for this review.
If you’re looking for an Urban Fantasy/Superhero book, this book may need to join your TBR. It is an adjoining series to How To Be A Badass Witch written by the same author, Michael Anderle, and is set after the events of the first series. If that confuses you, think of it as a TV show. You are now watching the second season.
The good thing is, you don’t need the first series to understand and get involved with this book. It would be helpful because you may want to see how the world evolves between books, but it’s not needed. I was able to follow Kera’s storyline and the storylines of the other characters quite well without needing the extra background.
The writing style is not necessarily amazing. Not in a Jim Butcher sense, but it isn’t bad. When I compared it to a TV show, I meant it. I could see this being a TV series on SyFy or something. It has a badass female lead, minor characters with their own storylines that weave into the main plot, and it has just the right amount of action to keep you interested.
My only complaint in style is the showing vs. telling. There were quite a few telling moments that made it hard to connect with the characters, but it’s not a deal-breaker. Just something to look out for if you’re worried you may be losing the flow.
That said, the book is a fun and enjoyable read. It will pull you away from the stress of life and into a world where magic made a superhero. Some of the side characters are meh, but that’s par for the course. All in all, I personally like having a quick side read like this.
Photo Content from Michael Anderle

Michael Anderle was born in Houston, TX. A very curious child, he got into trouble — a lot. What to do with an inquisitive mind when he was grounded? Read!

For his first 20 years, he mostly read Science Fiction and Fantasy. In the last 10 years, he has enjoyed Urban Fantasy and Military Fiction. With this background, he created The Kurtherian Gambit series, a well-selling and fan-loved collection of stories. Fans have propelled these stories beyond Anderle’s wildest imagination and Anderle says they should get all of the credit for sharing with friends, family and occasionally the random person on the street.

 
       
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