Don't forget the read the first book in the series, Users Book 1 (A Superhero Novel) My Angels Have Demons available now! A new designer drug has hit the streets of Seattle. More deadly and more potent than even Carter, a lifetime drug user, has ever seen. With the power to summon fire from within his own body, Carter hits the streets. Knocking down doors and punching out teeth with a fiery fist, he will stop at nothing to work his way to the top of the elusive drug ring, but this time he's not alone. As part of his sobriety, Carter must work the steps, and it's time for his biggest challenge yet, becoming a sponsor to a young User named Barber. Users book 2 is chalk full of interesting super powered heroes and villains, all with their own unique set of skills and powers. Superheroes battle it out in what could be called the fight club of superhero novels. Quirky, action packed, and foul mouthed, Users is Sin City meets The Watchmen. But will Carter live up to the challenge or will he fail to keep the young man in check? And will he stop the threat the new drug poses to the entire city? Will Carter be just another fallen superhero or will he rise up and reclaim his former glory? Find out in Book 2 of Users (A Superhero Novel) Off the Wagon Written by a recovering addict, Stacy brings a realism to the topic that almost no other author could. Recovering addicts will appreciate the level of detail and compassion in which he handles the subject of addiction. Those looking for insights into the life of a recovering addict will be delighted at the level of clarity at which Stacy is willing to share his own personal struggles through the telling of this story. Users is hands down the best superhero novel you'll ever read. Get it now! Are you afraid of starting a series that won't get finished? You need not worry with Users. Each book is built to stand on its own, while containing a larger story arch that runs through all the books in the series. Even better book 3 is already in the works with a release date of this summer. You know what they say, great trilogies come in threes.