Chance Fortune in the Shadow Zone

By Shane Berryhill
(Starscape, Hardcover, 9780765314697, 304pp.)

Publication Date: October 28, 2008

Other Editions of This Title: Mass Market Paperback

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Description

At the end of their freshman year, Chance Fortune and the Outlaws saved the universe. Though he lacks a superpower, fifteen-year-old Chance used his natural athleticism and quick wits to form his team into an effective fighting force. The Outlaws have learned to trust and rely upon one another. As the bonds of their friendship strengthen, Chance finds it more difficult than ever to conceal his true identity. When an apparent teleportation malfunction strands the team in the Shadow Zone, the Outlaws are put to the test once more. Teeming with supervillains exiled by the Brotherhood of Heroes, the Shadow Zone is a land of nightmares brought to life. And when Psy-Chick, Gothika, Iron Maiden, and Private Justice are kidnapped by the mysterious Shadowmen, Chance knows that he must set aside his doubts in order to save them.




About the Author

Shane Berryhill is the author of Chance Fortune and the Outlaws. He lives with his wife, Lesley, in Chattanooga, TN.




Praise For Chance Fortune in the Shadow Zone

Praise for Chance Fortune and the Outlaws:A New York Public Library Books for the Teen Age selection A Texas Lone Star Reading List selection “Readers weary of Potter-esque fantasy but hungry for another semi-humorous / semi-serious school setting, and lovers of superhero stories in general, will delight in this first volume in the Adventures of Chance Fortune series, ideally structured for many further adventures.”—Publishers Weekly  “Berryhill’s debut novel kicks off an engrossing series, The Adventures of Chance Fortune, that takes formulas both old and new and gives them a zippy twist.... A lively and engrossing tale that neither takes itself too seriously nor underestimates its readers….Here’s hoping Berryhill has several series entries ready to go.”—VOYA

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