Over at Amazon, a user by the name of Paul Sponaugle left the Liberty Girl a 5-star review. Here’s what he had to say:
Excellent stand-alone novel that pays winking tribute to another 40’s pulp hero in an fun way. Even without that sly nod, the novel is an excellent two-age story of one person, Liberty Girl, who has to come to grips with something very unusual that happens to her. How it affects her and those around her drives the story without making it a one-gimmick plot. Wonderful story-telling!
Thanks, Paul! I really appreciate the review. It was fun to dance around the topic of her father’s identity and I’m pleased to see most pulp fans have picked up on it. I had a blast writing the story and I can’t wait to see what Pro Se does with the character next!
I had a reader ask me if there were any plans for the Heroic heroes to cross over with any of the other Pro Se characters (they specifically mentioned Liberty Girl vs. The Bone Queen or Liberty Girl meeting The Rook)… not that I know of! But be sure to pester Pro Se head honcho Tommy Hancock if you think it’s a good idea!