☆ Boltman: Part One || Õ PDF Read by ☆ Alan Smithee


  • Title: Boltman: Part One
  • Author: Alan Smithee
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 492
  • Format: Kindle Edition

  • Highly recommended for anyone who has ever wanted a super power or laughed at the antics of Hollywood s A list Boltman is than just a hilarious superhero dark comedy It is also an inspired parody of celebrity cult madness, a meditation on the impact of superhero mythology, and an exploration of different kinds of heroism and hero worship A hapless young man bel Highly recommended for anyone who has ever wanted a super power or laughed at the antics of Hollywood s A list Boltman is than just a hilarious superhero dark comedy It is also an inspired parody of celebrity cult madness, a meditation on the impact of superhero mythology, and an exploration of different kinds of heroism and hero worship A hapless young man believes he is the incarnation of Boltman, a comic book superhero On a quest to unlock the secret of Boltman s super powers and complete his transformation, Kevin must rescue his sidekick, Ampere, from the clutches of Tommie Boy and the Church of the Mind, an evil celebrity cult of energy vampires In his costume, Kevin is stronger and faster than anyone can believe he becomes Boltman, but Boltman has a mind of its own On the path to fulfill his destiny, Kevin begins to wonder if he is really just losing his mind, or if Boltman is a separate entity, bent on using Kevin for its own mysterious ends NOTE This book has received a fresh edit and has been serialized into two parts This first part is the shortest, at 33K words The bulk of the story is in the second part, at 65K words.
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    Commentaires:

    Eric Quinn
    Well, I wrote it. I confess. I'm proud of my work!

    Alexis DeSousa
    Boltman had me from the get-go. Boatman was story of a young man who believed that the spirit of his favorite comic book hero, Boltman, had come to reside in him. Following Boltman's death in a movie, Kevin believed he was the new Boltman. But was he?I think what intrigued me the most about this book was that I continuously went back and forth trying to figure out if Kevin was really just crazy or not. He hears a voice in his head telling him he is Boltman. However, he doesn't seem to posses any [...]

    Scott
    Where there is celebrity fueled idiocy misleading the masses Boltman will be there! Boltman explores the life of a very confused young man who is obsessed with his comic book hero. He believes that after the body of Boltman was destoryed his consciousness was sent back to Earth and inhabited his body. The villain that he believes himself destines to take out is Tommy Boy the celebrity face of the "Church of the Mind." The book has some interesting aspects of the Boltman vs Kevin personality wars [...]

    Geoffrey
    I stopped reading at 62%. I'm not sure if I can even say for certain why I stopped other than I didn't care about the protagonist. Kevin, Boltman, is either crazy or a superhero but there wasn't enough character building done for me to get anything real about him other than he's a geek with a possibly tenuous grasp on reality. I felt that same about the other characters - the love interest, the best friend, the washed out actor (who's habit of speaking exclusively in the third person REALLY anno [...]

    Hal Brodsky
    The only way this book could have been worse is if I had paid to download the second half (That's right, this is only HALF of the book !). This PG Rated male Adolescent Fantasy has three characters: 1) Boltman, a "Greatest American Hero" clone 2) His Roommate, a slovenly obese unkempt candy munching pornography watching comic book store employee and 3) Boltman's twenty-something love interest who, because she is "insecure", in turn seduces each of the male characters in the book including the ro [...]

    Robert
    Boltman blends action and comedy in a Hollywood-bashing explosion of entertainment from start to finish! It tells the modern-day dramas of a super-hero wannabe, Kevin, who believes he is the reincarnation of movie and comic phenomena, Boltman! His head-cracking exploits take him from the dark alleys of his home to the church-of-the-mind fortress, where Kevin must come to terms with his role in order to defeat his arch-nemesis "Tommy Boy", while saving his friends. Although Boltman has a few roug [...]

    Michael Stivers
    Boltman lives!Great story. I could identify with Kevin and his struggle with trying to assimilate his normal life with that of Boltman. I couldn't find anything I didn't like about the book. I would encourage all my friends to read this and all other books in the series.

    Michael Stockinger
    What a strange book, though I did have a lot of fun with this one. Mix in superheroes and mental health issues and you have Boltman.

    Tiffany Joy
    I read it a while ago. I don't remember much, just that it was some what of a let down

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