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First Night Out: A Superhero Novel [Axiom-Man Saga Episode No. 0] [Paperback]

A. P. Fuchs
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July 27 2007
The messenger has fled, leaving Gabriel alone with mysterious abilities he knows little about. The things he can do, the powers-the options are limitless. But only if he knows how to use them. As he embarks on the path of discovery, Gabriel must try to understand why he was chosen to receive the most powerful of all gifts and, with the help from no other, come to a decision as to what to do with them. Even if it takes the death of an innocent to convince him.

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5.0 out of 5 stars First Night Out Is a Good Night In Aug. 3 2013
Format:Kindle Edition
Having read the first novel in the series, Axiom-Man, I was eager to find out more about who Gabriel Garrison was when he wasn't in costume and what drove him to use these powers as a superhero in the first place. This book delivered exactly what I was looking for. When the Messenger comes to him, imbuing Gabriel with these powers, you get to see him go from disbelief of what's happened to acceptance and finally embracing the role of protector that has been thrust upon him. We join in as he discovers what he's capable of, not only as a powered hero, but as a person, as well. Life is never smooth for Gabriel, but he continues pushing ahead while faltering and stumbling, though eventually soaring, as he proves himself to be a hero, both to himself and the people of Winnipeg.
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4.0 out of 5 stars First night out with "super powers" Nov. 10 2013
First night out moves backwards a year, from the first novel. The book gives you insight, on the origin storey of Gabriel Garrison, And what he did, when he first received these incredible powers, bestowed on him. Better question! what would you do? That's what I had asked myself, when reading "First night out". This was one of the reasons why, I enjoyed this short, but sweet storey so much. If you enjoyed the first book, and want to be flown away, with a great origin storey of Axiom-man. This is, the book to read.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A great book for superhero fans Aug. 19 2007
By Steven Jorgenson - Published on
Gabriel Garrison masters his powers in this fun prequel and reaffirms his own self worth en route to becoming Axiom-man-A hero for the people.
3.0 out of 5 stars Rise of a superhero Sept. 22 2013
By IL Navi - Published on
Format:Kindle Edition
We have all heard of different famous superheroes, Superman, Batman, Iron man etc...
Fuchs seems to be obcessed with superheroes and decided to create his very own superhero, Axiom man. Following the hollywood Block buster formula, an ordinary man got super powers from an alien like character, saying he was the chosen one, and the guy decided to contribute to the society by becoming a superhero and hide his identity with a mask.
Overall, the story is not bad, however from the characteristic and the story line, it seems like a combination of of Spiderman and Superman and I was a little bit disappointed because the elements of the story are too familiar.
5.0 out of 5 stars Let's Pretend... Aug. 28 2012
By T.W. Johnson - Published on
Imagine having super-human abilities. Certainly many have fantasized about it at one time or another--maybe even you. What type of power did you desire: the ability to fly, to shoot energy beams from your eyes or hands, exhibit super-strength, speed, or agility? And where (or from whom) did the power(s) come from? Were they gifted, innate, or accidentally obtained? Well, while waiting for your own super-transformation to occur, you can always delve into another exciting Axiom-man adventure. Once again, follow the mysterious-looking man in blue as he learns to control his newfound powers. Discover how it all began as author A.P. Fuchs takes you on Axiom-man's first night out.

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