American Goddesses

American Goddesses When two small town women find themselves with nearly unlimited powers of mind and body their lives get complicated Things turn nasty as a shadowy organization attempts to use Megan and Trish for the

  • Title: American Goddesses
  • Author: Gary R. Henry
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 183
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • When two small town women find themselves with nearly unlimited powers of mind and body, their lives get complicated Things turn nasty as a shadowy organization attempts to use Megan and Trish for their own evil ends, and destroy them, their town and the USA in the process.

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    • Gary R. Henry

      Married to Karen love dogs, have two enjoy running all day and night on trails in woods and mountains like beer, champagne and a gin martini with two olives write because I love it and can t help it write the kind of stories I like to read Retired Navy I review books on the web at Honest Indie Book Reviews Am a proud member of independent Authors international iAi a collective helping writers connect directly with their audiences, and helping readers find new high quality books

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    • Dr. Susan Tzin-Zin is the head of the University's Immunology Research Department. She is trying to find a way to obtain mental control over our bodies and the physical environment. The amazing thing is she achieved this goal. Her test subjects, Megan Harris, 48 and Patricia Reilly, 22 are now invincible. They can work with the local fire and police to take care of really bad situations. They are both adjusting to their new status when "The Agency" takes notice. The Agency planned pranks for mon [...]


    • This was an amazing read.When Megan and Trish, average women, are taught to release the superwoman within they find coping with the new abilities difficult. It seems with power, violence follows. Will their relationships survive their new abilities and will they be able to survive the dark new evil that can slip in at the most unexpected times.I am going to fangirl all over this book. The premise could not have been better for me as a reader but the writing style was amazing. I would have liked [...]


    • Two women have found themselves transformed into mighty superheroes after undergoing an experimental medical procedure intended to increase their disease resistance. It’s an easy transformation physically, but becoming an invulnerable, telepathic, flying human takes a toll on one’s relationships. Megan finds her friends feel uncomfortable around her and suddenly are no longer available for happy hours. Trish’s boyfriend feels threatened, and a prank has bone breaking consequences due to he [...]


    • High-powered, fun superhero story for grown-upsGary Henry’s American Goddesses is a book that’s a lot of fun to read, and you can tell the author had a lot of fun writing it. The premise of American Goddesses is this: what would happen to a marriage if the wife suddenly developed super-powers? One answer: super-powered lovemaking.Megan Harris is a slim, 40-year-old book editor from the Midwest who develops super-powers after an experimental medical treatment. She has super-strength, the abil [...]


    • Very Intriguing Read.Having been raised in a small-town, I know how lives can get complicated and how things can turn nasty really quick when rumors start flying.In American Goddesses, Megan and Trish become volunteers for a medical experiment that has the potential to wipe out all kinds of diseases. Somehow the medical procedure resulted in Megan and Trish getting unlimited supernatural powers. Will they regret it or rejoice that they have these powers? Will they know how to use the energy of t [...]


    • 'American Goddesses' is the story of two extraordinary women - married Megan and 22-year-old waitress Trish - who have incredible super powers and work with the police.I got invested in the characters really quickly, they are so well developed and are the real heart of the story. Megan and Trish both have personal problems caused by the powers they received through a medical experiment, so while their amazing powers can help them stop criminals, they are not without their drawbacks. The plot was [...]


    • I enjoyed the story American Goddesses even though it did get a bit sappy towards the end. Now being an emotional female, I cried and hugged and shared the sorrow with the characters, but a guy would probably say, "Okay enough of the tears, just get on with the story already. Alright a man hug. There are you happy now?"American Goddesses is a story about two women, Megan and Trish, who volunteer for a medical experiment that could wipe out all diseases known to man or woman, from the common cold [...]


    • Freaky Supernatural FantasyAMERICAN GODDESSES by Gary Henry revolves around two interesting women, Megan and Trish, who develop amazing superpowers after a medical experiment.The book is filled with an abundance of titillating, eye-popping action sequences that where fun to read. Trish and Megan ultimately discover possessing superpowers comes with a high price, and they must force themselves to use their powers to help others. Yes, there are times both are tested when dealing with undesirable p [...]


    • I bought this book after reading a review on a blog that made it sound really good, but I can't remember where I read it. The story sounded interesting. Two ordinary women participate in a psychological experiment and end up with super powers. (They can fly and walk through fire, among other things. How cool is that?) Having these powers affects their lives and their relationships. Then someone tries to use them for evil. The story is fast paced with plenty of action and moves right along. The m [...]


    • I read various genre's. I'm a diehard for superhero things and usually it's a male superhero induced character but Gary Henry gave Megan and Trisha story lines that holds your mind steadfast in wondering "what's next for these two". It's deserving of a second read and not many books prompt me to do this.The sequel Rogue Goddesses is coming next and I'm ready to begin to see where Gary takes me now!


    • This was a fun, fast-paced story that kept me up reading late into the night. I finished it in two days. The plot included lots of surprising twists, which made it hard to put down. I liked the two main characters (goddesses) and found them believable despite their super human powers. The female villain was fantastic--pure evil but sympathetic too. I hope there's a second story and this becomes a series, because the ending was a bit of an eyebrow raiser and I'd like to know what happens next!


    • A fast paced unstoppable novel which had me hooked from the very opening lines. If you enjoy lots of action and exciting twists and turns then this is the novel for you. The female protagonists are fearless and fun, leaving you wistfully wishing they were real. It is well written and convincing but be warned once you pick it up you won't be able to put it back down again.


    • If you keep your mind open and your imagination free you will enjoy this book. It is not for everyone but it is interesting none the same.


    • “American Goddesses” by Gary R. Henry is an outstanding book and wonderful women empowerment, supernatural, paranormal, action and adventure story. Trish and Megan are two ordinary women who find the extraordinary capabilities inside of them; however, with all that luscious skill there is darkness. The superhero has now been replaced with Superwomen, Megan and Trish! I especially loved the part with Harris, Megan’s cheating husband… awesome dialogue between them. For any woman scorned, i [...]


    • Megan and Trish are two ordinary small-town American women who acquire superpowers as a side effect of participating in a medical experiment. They are indestructible, can fly, and bend the will of others. At first they’re selfish, using their powers to solve personal problems until they realize that they have a responsibility to help humankind. But in the background are evil enemies, those who wish to steal their powers and control the world. Soon Megan and Trish are fighting for their superhe [...]


    • I would probably file this under ‘bizarrely entertaining’ story. It’s about two ordinary women who became ‘superheroes’ after undergoing a medical experiment. It didn’t take very long for them to use their powers to manipulate their partners. I find some situations hilarious because it would probably be the case should superhuman abilities become easily accessible to women. It’s a typical good v. evil story but the author played around with the characters in such a twisted way that [...]


    • Fun, exciting, and wonderfully crafted superhero fiction!American Goddesses had me at the first page and continued to have my full attention as the story progressed. I found myself caring very much about both Megan and Trish. Gary Henry did a fantastic job conveying the emotions of the characters in a way that I felt them too. I'm still finding myself thinking about both of them. The plot was engaging and well crafted. I especially liked how Gary described the use of superpowers. I was able to s [...]


    • AN UNFORGETABLE DEBUT NOVEL!A contemporary doorway into a “possible future” – doesn’t get much better than that!I love a book that has a fast pace. If you also like this, this is the book for you.This book will take you on a journey of many emotions. Two protagonists, Megan and Trish are likable and you won’t soon forget either one of them.A must read! Very well written debut novel.Rebecca Scarberry (Scarberryfields on Twitter)


    • This was an entertaining read. There were a few times I wish the author had gone into more detail or elaborated better, but that's about the only real criticism I have--that I wanted to know more. I'd like to see a sequel or maybe more of the women's stories.


    • American Goddesses by Gary HenryI enjoyed this story, but for me there were moments when it seemed to be extremely campy.It's well written although it is of an unusual style which is something it shares with some few other novels I've recently read. There's an excessive amount of dialogue and it's often difficult to give the reader a full depth of the characters from that and that alone. It takes some skill to keep the readers attention with only dialogue. Although this does keep my attention I [...]


    • Exciting, gripping feelgood bookImagine a world where delicate, tiny, kind hearted women can crush concrete in their fingers, then pulverise several huge bad guys without missing a beat, and even fly through the air like superman. It sounds a strange scenario, but Gary Henry has achieved this convincingly in his excellent book American Goddesses. The book is a celebration of the victory of good over evil, and there are plenty of side issues, not least the Goddess women’s personal lives, their [...]


    • American Goddesses is a fun idea that had for me the feel of a comic or graphic novel because of its storyline. Megan Harris, a married editor, and Patricia Reilly, a 22 year old waitress, have been accidentally given special powers after Dr Susan Tzin-Zin selected them as volunteer participants in a programme to prevent and combat a wide range of human ailments.They have all the usual superpowers being incredibly strong and fast and can fly, levitate and teleport - all useful stuff. Although th [...]


    • American Goddesses By Author Gary HenrySuper Heroes at its Best with a Twist!!!!I went into this read with totally no expectation what so ever. A total open mind and I was pleasantly surprised. The flow of this wonderful read is amazing, fast and exciting. I was jettisoned right back to my childhood as I ravished each and every page. They are humans that find themselves through certain circumstances with superpowers that makes their lives awesome, hectic and even times absolutely miserable…… [...]


    • This novel reads very cinematically. From the establishing scenes in the beginning that sets up what the rest of the story is and foreshadows the resolution to the clearly delineated characters and the plot that makes good and evil very straightforward. The story moves at a great pace, full of action and plot twists - moving seamlessly from the actions of the protagonists to the actions of the bad guys. The story has a wonderful explanation about why some women can have these amazing powers of m [...]


    • Indestructible women who can fly and bend metal with their minds and others to their will? Of course, I'm going to be intrigued. The execution of the story? Phenomenal!Gary Henry delivers a well-written, power-packed, page-turner, reminiscent of the golden age of comic books. An introduction to two average Midwest small-town women, Megan and Trish, who gain extraordinary powers after volunteering to be test subjects in a medical experiment, launches this action-adventure thrill ride. Aside from [...]


    • Move over Lara Croft - you have competition!At first I thought this book was a little mad - well, that's okay, I like mad - but it took a chapter or two to get into the action and work out what was going on. After I'd worked it out, this book was good fun.What woman doesn't wish she had super powers? Actually most women do and use them everyday, but stopping bullets with one's body is something most of us aspire to but can't achieve. These women do! As a result of a medical experiment, two women [...]


    • I remember when I pitched my superhero novel to an agent and she expressed concern the book was "too far out there." I wish I'd had a copy of this to show her and say, "Now THIS is 'out there!'" I mean a central part of the plot is a Russian psychic possessing a superhero in order to rape the superhero's husband. Yuck.Even with the rape scene I would have liked the book better if the heroes had at least the intellect of Forrest Gump. Instead they both come off like morons. And there's something [...]


    • American Goddesses is a fresh and fun story about two women, Megan and Trish, who inadvertently acquire superheroine powers while participating in psychic ability studies. They face many challenges, from dealing with the reactions of husband and boyfriend, learning when to hold back their powers, and an evil plot to use them in terrorist attacks. Gary Henry displays a fun wit and great originality in this story. I like how he takes the women’s side of things against the clueless men. Plus ther [...]


    • I can't believe I let this book sit on my kindle for so long without reading it. It was probably one of the most enjoyable books I'd read so far this year; suspenseful, empowering, thrilling and just delicious all the way around. I don't want to go into it the story because I tend to give away too much, but suffice to say the two leading ladies are excellent role models and they are brilliantly three dimensional. You feel like you know them personally; their emotions feel real. Definitely worth [...]


    • This is a magical book because it delves deeper. What would happen if you suddenly found yourself with supernatural powers? Would your husband, friends, and colleagues still see you the same way? Or would they be a little afraid? Would you change? Gary does a great job of getting inside the heads of his superheros, and the men that they fell in love with before they underwent the experiment. You'll have to read more to find out what happens.


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