Life Already Seemed Hard Enough For Teenager, Michael Novak Balancing A Girlfriend, A Part Time Job, And Avoiding Torment From His Bully Of An Older Brother Then Michael Discovers A Magical Ring That Grants Him Superpowers And Turns Him Into The Superhero Titan Once He Accepts His New Role He Is Plunged Into A World Of Action, Danger, And Villainy That Is Than He Could Ever Have Imagined Now, Only Titan Can Save His Home Of Delta City From The Clutches Of Mysterious Criminal Kingpin Mr Midnight Titan The Midnight Hour is good, clean entertainment in a violent day and age As a superhero should, Titan provides an upstanding, morally sound and confident role for a child to follow invaluable to a growing imagination A wild enough story for an adult to accidentally become glued to its pages as I did. I was at first totally unimpressed and then I continued to read the word choice especially for dialog was poor but what I began to love was the brothers relationship the younger brother turns into a supt hero and he finds his older brother becoming involved in crime I liked this perspective because I think that tier are many times when hose we love are making wrong choices and we feel like the only way we can help them to change is to Jo longer be our selves but to becomes super hero able to stop them with our impressive talents and skills, because of this idea I rated the book higher cause ithink I would recomened to to young men particularly those with older brothers I really liked this idea, but the characters in general were stereo typical I mean ha grandpa even said son. Action packedThis was a great book I don t read a lot of Super Hero s yet I enjoyed this one A young boy named Michael and his brother Vince live with their blind grandfather after their parents die After a robbery Michael finds a ring and once he puts it on he becomes Titan He hears someone talking to him, named Azure and he teaches him the ways of a Titan He has a girlfriend named Carly that stands by him Full of action A very good read. Great book A former student wrote this novel I am impressed Titan is exciting and will appeal to junior high and division 2 students mostly boys There is suspense, bad guys, fighting, guns, fire, a girl, lots of action and a super hero What do boys need for a great story Action is well described and the author has made use of much figurative language that rises the description and imagery to another level Like Spiderman, the Titan has a double life and unique special abilities He has supportive characters in his life who seem real with their character flaws and strengths The parents who are deceased is familiar story idea with numerous super heroes but a grandpa who is blind is really unique Hugh, where did that idea come from The quarrelsome brothers is not unexpected but boys will be able to identify with Titan and his revenge The romantic interest provides Titan with support and a confidant but the level of romantic interest and care is a bit beyond grade 8 or 9 students The villains are nasty and some of them too have special talents The bionic characters from TV come to mind Hugh makes good use of symbolism and connections in his development of the the villains and their story An perceptive reader might see these but most will miss them Well done.Be prepared for an action packed, fast moving resolution that needs to be read in one sitting to fully appreciate what Hugh has done here A sequel could be in the draft.Congratulations
Hugh was born in Ontario but grew up all across eastern and western Canada He developed a love of comics and reading at an early age, and started creting stories of his own shortly after eventually it lead him to create and write Titan The Mindight Hour, his first book He now lives in Kelowna BC with his wife, Carly and their son Brayden.
- Kindle Edition
- 214 pages
- Hugh Beckstead
- 07 July 2019 Hugh Beckstead