The Feros

The Feros

by Wesley King

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The high-octane sequel to The Vindico, for superhero fans everywhere!

After using their new superpowers to defeat their evil mentors, James, Hayden, Sam, Emily, and Lana are ready to join the League of Heroes. But as their induction into the League draws near, they are framed by a group of rogue Heroes and given life sentences on the Perch, and the only one who can clear their names is missing. Unsure of who to trust or where to turn, the teens’ new skills are further put to the test when a group of strange Shadow people start trailing their every move and the Vindico, their group of evil mentors, are let out of prison.

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781101603307
Publisher: Penguin Young Readers Group
Publication date: 06/27/2013
Sold by: Penguin Group
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 336
Sales rank: 1,099,245
File size: 1 MB
Age Range: 12 - 17 Years

About the Author

Wesley King is the author of THE VINDICO. He has recently come to terms with the fact that his first career choice—jedi—may be impractical for the moment.  He is now embarking on his second choice—YA author.  After coming to grips with this choice, he found himself having an inclination towards the self-serving villains in the background of fantasy stories, and, with this newfound avenue for his own dark humor and fierce desire for super powers, he wrote this series. Wesley lives in suburban Oshawa, Ontario, Canada. Visit him at

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 « “King brilliantly combined teenage points of view and emotions with comic book excitement in this superbly composed tale.”—VOYA, starred review
“[King’s] teens are vivid, funny, and relatable . . . you’ve got all the ingredients for a hit series that teens will love. King is definitely an author to watch.”—School Library Journal
“King depends the reader’s experience by turning each character—yes, even The Torturer!—into more than the typical black-and-white placeholder . . . kids are going to gobble this up.”—Booklist
“King grays the line between good and evil . . . he never loses his knack for humorous—and teen-friendly—dialogue.”—The Horn Book

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