Scratch & Sniff

Scratch Sniff Sequel to Push Comes to Shove No More Heroes Book Two Being a hero has its drawbacks Real life superhero Push knows that better than anyone When the Cape Cabinet decided to boost their numbers and com

  • Title: Scratch & Sniff
  • Author: J.L. O'Faolain
  • ISBN: 978162380296
  • Page: 330
  • Format: ebook
  • Sequel to Push Comes to Shove No More Heroes Book Two Being a hero has its drawbacks Real life superhero Push knows that better than anyone When the Cape Cabinet decided to boost their numbers and commissioned the release of Wrath, a former supercriminal, Push and his best friend, Scratch, got the arduous assignment of rehabilitating Wrath and showing him heroism s roSequel to Push Comes to Shove No More Heroes Book Two Being a hero has its drawbacks Real life superhero Push knows that better than anyone When the Cape Cabinet decided to boost their numbers and commissioned the release of Wrath, a former supercriminal, Push and his best friend, Scratch, got the arduous assignment of rehabilitating Wrath and showing him heroism s ropes Now all three are stuck in Shove Point, Arkansas, lying in wait for one of Wrath s evil villain ex buddies Between the mysterious plane crash in the center of town and the spacecraft that self destructed, Shove Point is weird enough Then the utterly straight Scratch suddenly professes his undying love for Push As the situation heats up between him and Scratch and in Shove Point Push decides to call in reinforcements Giant robots stomping all over the small town do not help matters, nor does a rampaging cyborg, nor Push s unresolved attraction to Wrath Then they discover there s a mole in the Real Life Superhero association Whatever their differences, the newly formed team must put aside their baggage and work together to prevent an even greater tragedy.

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    About "J.L. O'Faolain"

    1. J.L. O'Faolain

      J.L O Faolain was born the youngest, with four older sisters, in the backwoods of the Deep South Those that have braved getting to know him have attributed this to being the root of his growing insanity A teased bibliophile in his youth, O Faolain spent his years prior to getting published as a cook, laundry man, delivery boy, grease monkey, and retail stocker He has a plethora of skills and abilities, none of which would work well on a job application In his spare time, O Faolain enjoys weightlifting, philosophy, deconstruction, reading, writing, porn, and the Internet in general Aside from becoming a successfully published author, he would very much like to pilot a giant robot while Two Mix s Rhythm Emotion is playing in the background Either that, or travel the world in a dirigible In short, the general consensus by all, including himself, is that he is a mighty strange fellow.

    645 thoughts on “Scratch & Sniff”

    1. Book 2 Scratch & Sniff was a mixed bag; the same as book 1. + the charactersThe first half of the story moved lackadaisically, which I wouldn’t mind if I wasn’t busy trying not to be annoyed by the characters. The story began with a vulgar scene that intended to drive home the fact that Sloth was an evil mastermind and that it would take great deal of luck to catch him. Instead, it ended up serving as another example of the superheroes’ lack of competence. Their plan sucked. All the th [...]


    2. 4 HeartsReview written for MM Good Book Reviewsmmgoodbookreviews.wordpress/ This story is part of a series and must be read in order. Push, Scratch and Wrath are stuck in Shove Point trying to find an escaped supercriminal, Pranksta Gayngsta, and a wanted supervillain, Sloth, but things still aren’t going their way and having giant metal monsters and alien slime, as well as a strange pod to find means they call in help from their friends. Too many things happening in Shove Point and the experi [...]


    3. I had forgotten my issues with the previous book in the series before picking up this one. There are still problems with this book/series though I found it moderately better then the last. The plot pings around like one of Scratches special balls. Quite a few scenes appear to have no purpose other then to fill pages. Once again the ending leaves more questions open than answered and falls into the serial trap. I understand that comics are serials so perhaps that is intentional. I'm just not feel [...]


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