The Outlaw: Origins

The Outlaw: Origins

Alan Janney / Feb 20, 2020

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  • Title: The Outlaw: Origins
  • Author: Alan Janney
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 330
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Alternate Cover Edition B00YSFDFP0A masked vigilante stalks the streets of downtown Los Angeles, disrupting crime and rescuing movie starlets After being spotted on security cameras and thrust into the national spotlight, he is pursued by both the media and powerful new enemies Little does the world know the Outlaw is just High School junior Chase Jackson wearing a maskAlternate Cover Edition B00YSFDFP0A masked vigilante stalks the streets of downtown Los Angeles, disrupting crime and rescuing movie starlets After being spotted on security cameras and thrust into the national spotlight, he is pursued by both the media and powerful new enemies Little does the world know the Outlaw is just High School junior Chase Jackson wearing a mask and wondering why his body is suddenly extraordinary The story continues in Book Two of the Outlaw Series Infected ,

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    1. Outlaw is an origin story about a teenaged superhero. Unlike many superhero stories, there are not-so-subtle hints that Chase’s condition is actually a deadly disease rather than a supernatural or alien power, which piqued my curiosity.Beside the hero stuff, both Chase and his history are interesting and complex. His relationship with his dad reveals his struggles at home and how he had to grow up too soon. I specifically like how many of the choices he makes are inspired by a desire to help h [...]

    2. A copy of the book was sent to me by the Author in favor of an honest review.I loved the idea of this book, a high school kid, who is struggling to take careening his father, while being a new quarterback for his high school varsity team, he didn't intend to be the cities vigilante. He has the body of a wrestler (at least that's what comes to mind when I picture Chase Jackson, a younger John Cena, I'm not sure why.)He has these strange feelings for his best friend of many years, while in a…ben [...]

    3. Im reading and reviewing Carmine right now and I had no idea this book existed. I wish I could review this series as well because Im really enjoying Carmine.

    4. Out thereThis story will give you surprise after surprise. You will be drawn on in and you will be left hoping for more

    5. Absolutely loved this bookThese books are fantastic and so captivating that I read books 1-3 in one day. This is a great series and I look forward to reading the rest of it!

    6. I won this book on a giveaway, and I'm glad I did because I would probably never have picked it up otherwise. I'm an avid reader of YA fiction but I tend to stick with my favorites in fantasy and dystopia. And I definitely stay far away from anything involving sports. But this book surprised me (pleasantly) on all counts.The premise of a high school football player becoming a (somewhat accidental) superhero led me to expect the worst of a number of stereotypes and played out plotlines, but I fe [...]

    7. 8/28/2017-11/1/2017, Silver Lake, Glendale HS (Eagles). Natalie North (former movie actress, current college student) is robbed at a ATM machine by Beans (thief) & Tee (thief, aka Goliath).Chase Jackson (narrator, aka Ballerina, 2nd. string QB, Glendale HS, aka Sweetiefinds out about it & comes to her rescue. There is something he is not revealing to everyone in the community. Katie Lopez (Puerto Rican, Glendale HS), is Chase’s BFF. Hannah Walker (rich, popular, Glendale HS, homecoming [...]

    8. Decent satire (How most people don't see it as such is beyond me), but in that vein, relies heavily of Superhero tropes (Lose of a parent, damsel(s) in distress, etc.) One of the characters even points this out. Beginning of the story is a bit too focused on structure, which makes the storytelling stilted; but it picks up about a 1/3 of the way through. A few "Superhero" references litter the pages throughout. Not too bad, but not as exceptional as it was made out to be. Give the sequel a shot.

    9. Awesome book!It's about a high schooler, so for older readers part of it won't resonate as well. However, the rest of it will, enough to keep you from putting it down!It was a little on the predictable side and a couple of editing errors are in there. Even so, when I'm this keyed up for the next one I had to give it a 5.In comparison to a couple other series, it's more exciting and knuckle biting than the Xgeneration series, and more realistic than Kid Sensation (a 4 & 5 star series, respect [...]

    10. For the beginning of a new YA series in a cluttered super hero landscape this is a good start for this new author. The story and character development are good and it is a well paced easy to read story that taps into a lot of the insecurities we feel in high school. I felt a bit much was thrown in at the end to push the reader to the next book. The author does his job and you want to read the next book so it just felt a little forced to throw in a handful of cliffhangers in the last chapter.

    11. So many reasons why this book shouldn't work. The author blends so many genressuperhero (my favourite, also something I judge hard) romance sports (something I usually detest)action mysteryPersonally despite the interesting premise I thought it would fall apart after a 100 pages. So very glad I was wrong, very talented writer Alan Janney does a terrific job of mixing all the elements into a fantastic book. Very much looking forward to starting the next in the series.

    12. I don't normally rate booksI don't normally rate books. I wanted to rate this one less than half way through it. Well written is an understatement. The characters are well thought out and personable. The story line was built to keep me reading well passed my bed time. Just enough hints to keep me speculating without saying too much. This guy writes like a pro.

    13. This book is very, very good!! A story line that pulls you in, characters you can connect with, and action scenes you can almost reach out and touch. And the suspense!!! Take note of this new author's name – – he's going to be famous one day.

    14. Entertaining. I had some moments when my ability to suspend reality to stay invested in the story was interrupted. Otherwise, perfect!

    15. SOOOOOO GOOD!!!! I loved every part of it: so much suspense and the complicated romance makes the book so good to read! I loved it so so much!

    16. Too much football (thus star reduction because combinining final confrontation with football? Seriously, I can sort of understand that, but still, why?), but otherwise a solid read.Main character was actually hilarious in his socially inept, oblivious way, Hannah was a fascinating character and not just the good old evil-slut-who-keeps-MC-from-his-true-and-only-forever-love. No, she had her own reasons, motivations and personality. Also, she did become sweet in her own special way. The cast itse [...]

    17. This could have been an excellent book-- if not for the author's complete failure to write anything remotely like a realistic version of a teen from an affluent-to-rich family, living in the second decade of the twenty-first century.I don't know what bothered me more; a high school full of kids who don't swear, or a high school full of virginal teenagers, up to and through seniors. The one character who is shown as having an active in sex? He's someone you're supposed to dislike. That's an attit [...]

    18. I really enjoyed this book. The writing seemed a bit stilted in the beginning, but either it improved, or I stopped caring pretty quickly. The main character was very relatable, despite being a "superhero," and I felt like his reactions to what goes on around him were quite believable. In the end, this was more a story of a teenager going through the confusion of life than the story of a superhero, but in my opinion that's what made it good.Can't wait to read the next one!

    19. MUCH BETTER THEN AVERAGEUsually this is not the type of book I enjoy reading, I would not have made a career in Law enforcement it I was assigned as a Juvenile officer and was limited to Dealing with teenagers. Most of the teenagers that require law enforcement attention are " Know if all "Teenage punks.Having stated the above, this book is the exception, it is well written and held myInterest thru the last page.

    20. Interesting read.Pretty good read. In my opinion too much time was spent on a particular sport. I am still intrigued by what everything means, and will consider the next in the series.

    21. No good thing goes unpunishedGreat story. Characters well developed. Lots of action. Mr. Janney knows how to spin a yarn. Looking forward to the next book.

    22. This is a decent, clean, origin story for a likable superhero, but not really anything special in my opinion. I would have preferred some more details about what was actually happening to the hero when he "morphed" into his alter ego and why it was happening, but I assume those details would be coming in another installment in the series. I wouldn't be opposed to continuing the series, but I'm not necessarily planning on it.

    23. I won this novel in a drawing.This is basically a novelized comic book. A high school kid who is a bit of a loser gains superpowers and joins the football team. This sends his social life into a tailspin, as he is now hanging out with cheerleaders, but trying not to leave his old friends behind. When one of his friends gets mugged, and loses her cell phone, he puts on a mask, and steals it back, after beating up a house full of gang bangers. On the same trip, he rescues a young woman from anoth [...]

    24. What I loved most about “The Outlaw” would probably be the storyline. I felt like I was being led by a kid leash throughout the entire novel, and I couldn’t predict what was going to happen next much less what the ending would be like. The author did an amazing job of building up the suspense and long after the story has ended I’m still wondering what would cause Chase’s body to morph into something almost hulk-like? My theory is that he is just a part of this secret government experim [...]

    25. Nothing happens, literally. Everyone is in almost the exact same position they started, there were half a dozen fights and no resolution, there were over a dozen romantic scenes and the MC barely even kisses a girl. What on earth is wrong with this book. This is the first time I've read a book where LITERALLY nothing happens, especially one so highly rated.This entire book is a tease, its all bark and no bite. I can't fault the writing style but the plot is simply atrocious and the MC is a dense [...]

    26. outlaw is a riveting story about a teenager who finds himself caught in a struggle with powers and being an average teenager. chase is going through his daily teenage life until he finds out that he can go beyond the norm. Chase is faster, stronger, and bigger than many others and uses this to his advantage. by day he is Chase but by night he is The Outlaw. All in all the outlaw is an amazing novel that keeps you turning pages like an addiction, I found myself needing more and more as I progress [...]

    27. It is not that great, i mean the mc is stupid, and way too naive, i get the vibe that he is some sort of japanese novel protagonist, like too much anime seen by the author, he is way too popular in school, and he doesnt notice and the narration makes him seem like he does not care, but then he plays the girls name, i loved reading it, but once it was over i started thinking how dumb and idiotic the plot and behavior was.

    28. A solid start for a series4.5 I came out of book 1 feeling like I've just watched a pilot for a promising new superhero show. Kind of surprised that there wasn't a Stan Lee cameo. The Outlaw is such a nice guy, I wince thinking about the abuse the author is going to inflict on him. Onward to number 2. I'm loving Kindle Unlimited. So many good authors. This one was tight and easy to read.

    29. Disjointed, hard to readA lot of the story lines didn't make sense or weren't necessary altogether. Also several typos. Of the young adult fiction currently out, this was not very good. I gave it two stars because of the potential the premise actually had, but unfortunately the author didn't follow through.

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