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Zach Harriman knew that his dad was something of a hero, a man trusted by the president to solve international crises at a moment’s notice. Suddenly people are telling him he has powers - people who know much more about his father than Zach ever did. But there are the Bads, who appear out of nowhere and attack him and his best friend. One thing is clear: he can do things ordinary people cannot. Like fend off grown men as though he possesses the strength of a hundred. Like sense when evil is about to strike. And evil is about to strike in a very big way. Zach Harriman is his father’s son. And he, too, is a hero.
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Just finished reading this one. It was pretty good, a little slow in the beginning and it sounds like the author urban-dictionaried teenage phrases at some points (but not in a bad way, I found it kind of funny), but overall, I liked this book and was wanting more when it ended. 

Zach Harriman knew that his dad was something of a hero, a man trusted by the president to solve international crises at a moment’s notice. Suddenly people are telling him he has powers - people who know much more about his father than Zach ever did. But there are the Bads, who appear out of nowhere and attack him and his best friend. One thing is clear: he can do things ordinary people cannot. Like fend off grown men as though he possesses the strength of a hundred. Like sense when evil is about to strike. And evil is about to strike in a very big way. Zach Harriman is his father’s son. And he, too, is a hero.

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Just finished reading this one. It was pretty good, a little slow in the beginning and it sounds like the author urban-dictionaried teenage phrases at some points (but not in a bad way, I found it kind of funny), but overall, I liked this book and was wanting more when it ended.