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The Supervillain and Me

Never trust a guy in spandex.In Abby Hamiltons world, superheroes do more than just stop crime and save cats stuck in treesthey also drink milk straight from the carton and hog the television remote. Abbys older brother moonlights as the famous Red Comet, but without powers of her own, following in his footsteps has never crossed her mind.That is, until the citys newest vigilante comes bursting into her life.After saving Abby from an attempted mugging, Morristons fledgling supervillain Iron Phantom convinces her that hes not as evil as everyone says, and that their city is under a vicious new threat. As Abby follows him deeper into their citys darkest secrets, she comes to learn that heroes cant always be trusted, and sometimes its the good guys who wear black....

Title : The Supervillain and Me
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ISBN : 9781250154354
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 378 pages
Status : Available For Download
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The Supervillain and Me Reviews

  • ✶Rachelle✶

    3 stars

  • Christine Manzari

    I really loved this book. It was fun and quirky. I had one lingering question at the end of the book, an assumption that was overlooked and not answered, but I have a feeling it will be answered in the next book.

  • ✧ k a t i e ✧

    "He saw me in a way I hadn’t realized I wanted to be seen until I met him. Not a hero, not someone with powers, but just a girl. Just Abigail."

    Eh. This was okay. It's honestly what I was expecting: a cheesy superhero novel that was focused on the romance. But it was super generic.

    The characters were okay. There really wasn't anything exciting or different about them, they were just there. They were stereotypical characters. Abby, the smart girl who's into theater but not sports. Connor, the
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  • Taylor Knight

    I thought this book sounded amazing but I didn't expect a lot from it. I definitely didn't expect to love it as much as I did. This book was so much fun to read and I loved every second it of. I couldn't put this book down and I never wanted it to end.

    I loved the concept of this book. I love superheros and I thought the idea of superheros being a common thing was awesome.

    I loved the characters so much and I loved the dialogue between the characters even more. Abby's banter with Iron Phantom wa
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  • Olivia (The Candid Cover)

    After discovering a newfound love of superhero books, The Supervillain and Me by Danielle Banas caught my eye. The book follows a girl who partners with the town’s “villain,” and the main character is likeable. I especially enjoyed the setting and how believable it is. If you are a fan of superhero books like I am, I would definitely recommend this one.

    Full review on The Candid Cover

  • Cindy ✩☽ Savage Queen ♔

    The more I look at this cover and read the synopsis the more I hope our "villain" is a Deadpool-esque hero.

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    I am all for Villian love interests, so sign me up! Lol

  • Renata

    this book....is dumb

    it reads like fanfiction with the names filed off and then just so lazily replaced?? why would anyone read this instead of just reading fanfiction about like, actual superheroes

    (actual like established, I know there aren't real life superheroes)

    (except for the Fab 5 on Queer Eye)

    anyway for real this was too dumb to be enjoyable on any level, like I know it's from Swoon Reads so it's meant to be a light romance but I don't care about these characters and their relationship at
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  • Dani (Dani Reviews Things & Love in a time of Feminism)

    Superheroes have been having an amazing decade. With Marvel delivering incredible movie after movie, and DC entertaining me every week with shows like Arrow and The Flash, nerds really are having their moment. (I won't talk about DC movies. Blegh.) So why not have more superhero movies? I'm definitely down for it, which is why I was excited to get a copy of The Supervillain and Me, Danielle Banas' debut novel.

    I really liked the idea of superheroes being fairly common and with better and worse ab
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