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The Wandering Falcon by Jamil Ahmad – Book Review

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She thought a prototype suit would turn her into a superhero. It did. But it also unleashed a desire . . . to kill.

In A Bitter Winter, after a routine security job goes horribly wrong, Cindy Ames realizes she’s not strong enough to protect those she loves. No matter how much her family tries to console her, she can’t stop thinking about the killer who ruined her life.

The only way she could make herself powerful enough to get revenge, is to steal a top-secret, highly illegal suit, developed by her husband Jonas. But incredible power comes with a high price. Innocent blood.

The puppet has become the master, and the hero has become the monster.

A Bitter Winter is book one of The Silver Ninja series.

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What are readers saying about The Silver Ninja: A Bitter Winter?

“Whew – this was the dark-and-gritty superhero story I was waiting for!”Miranda Reads.

“It’s refreshing to read about a character (especially a female superhero), who isn’t perfect and has actual problems she must overcome.”Kitiera Morey, Author of Meant to Bleed.

“Wilmar Luna has taken the usual superhero saga and deconstructed it, shattering any expectations of the ordinary lawful good hero. Cindy isn’t quite an anti-hero, but she is certainly not playing things by the rules.”Valerie, Cats luv Coffeez blogspot.