Powers to the people
Matt Callaghan is in trouble. In a world where everyone has superpowers, he’s got squat, and has spent the last five years faking being clairvoyant just to avoid getting caught. Unfortunately, Matt’s lies have started to catch up to him, and when a desperate bluff backfires he’ll need every ounce of cunning, conning and juvenile delinquency to stay undetected and alive.
Jane Walker is trouble. In a world where everyone is powerful, Jane stands alone and apart, hated for her ability to copy abilities and atrocities far beyond her control. But fate is a fickle friend, and a chance encounter soon finds Jane hurtling towards her lifelong dream - or prejudice, humiliation and a violent, painful death.
Unbeknownst to them, Matt and Jane’s paths are inextricably intertwined, and as each struggles to find their place an unseen force will draw them ever forward – closer and closer to a secret whose existence threatens not just their lives, but the fate of the entire world.
A loving homage to and twist on the superhero genre, Superworld is a fun, subversive story about identity, empathy, connection and courage which has been called “very entertaining and creative” and “an absolute pleasure” by readers, and "completely unreadable" by the author’s blind grandfather.