Powers are determined by geographic birth locations, and only the rich and powerful are permitted access to prized sites. SC is the first person born in space.
The punishment for unauthorized births is death. Out of fear, SC keeps his strange abilities as his darkest secret. He pretends to be nothing more than a mere Regular while his peers develop unique powers, varying from controlling lightning to producing diamond hard skin. But when his mother is kidnapped by an unknown organization, SC has no choice but to act.
SC ventures into a school of talented students to learn to fight, where he must learn to master his powers without revealing their true nature. But soon he realizes that the school is more than it appears and that it may hold the secret to his missing mother. To rescue her, he will have to reveal powers never before seen in all of history.
Written by award winning author Leonard Petracci.
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I've read until chapter 40.
Story and style are okay, but it doesn't really draw you in either and could use at least some jokes in my opinion. Grammar is good though. Characters are a bit flat and sometimes weird and I can't seem to care about the MC, he's just an average joe with a strong power. Not particularly kind, funny, smart, courageous or just anything, as average as can be. I do like some of the side characters though.
so the story is kinda interesting and is most certainly unique, but the issue I have with the series is the maturity since atm I have made it to chapter 40 we have been told that everyone is around 15 years old but more often then not I feel like we are actually dealing with a bunch of elementary school student's.
This story has a great premise. The idea behind the world and story is excellent, and had the potential to craft an intruiging magic system and solid plot.
Unfortunately, all of that was squandered by poor writing. The worst offender is the characters, specifically the main character. He's boring, makes stupid decisions, and its just not fun to read.
Looked promising, but at a certain point i just had to drop it. Change the tag btw this aint no school life, this is brain wash facility where they train obidient dogs fuck that noise.
kid is moderately intelligent. makes poor decisions. but the sample i see here is about 2 1/2 to 3 stars.
I found this author stories to be refreshing and interesting. The magic system is very well thought, the characters fun, there is a lot of potential here. Yes, some things are maybe not as fully developed, but as a writer, it is on a very good level and can be at some point in the big writers league.
So... I liked the concept of this story up until the MC’s
Future girlfriend gets brain washed.
Now I hate it. Still a good story, but it is just an overly used theme and I’ve read way too many stories like it. If you haven’t been jaded to that theme yet then you will probably be able to stomach more chapters than I could.
Outside of my personal gripe, the story has an innovative plot, decent characters, and plausible motivations. The only really frustrating thing is a lack of measurable growth after 60+ chapters.
I'm a follower on Reddit, and love it, so have some stars.
Check it out on Reddit, there are a lot more chapters there. SC has a very unique and interesting magic system, and the story is quite enjoyable.
Just give it a try.
I've only read Star Child till the end of Book 1.
The concept is interesting but the writing is very juvenile and immature. It needs some brushing up but holy hell is it a fun read.
Every chapter leaves me on the edge of my seat with anticipation, I'm so glad I found your first book in this series on Reddit! All of your books are awesome, and I've read both Star Child and The Bridge within a couple days. It kills me to wait for every chapter to come out, but it's worth it!