A mysterious medallion, a secret cult, a deadly secret. Join J.D. Summers as he embarks on a journey to discover the secret of the medallion and the cult that will stop at nothing to have it. With pulse pounding action and narrative that sure to keep you engaged from start to finish, Tigerman is nothing short of excellent.
Tigerman is a brilliant novel about a boy who is just going through the motions of being a teenager. Moving from town to town sucks. And it’s no different for J.D. Summers. He’s a teenage boy that just wants to stay put for once in his life. But with his dad’s job that is impossible. And J.D. doesn’t exactly understand why his dad’s career requires constant moving.
But one day he realizes why his family is always moving around. And he goes through a traumatic event to find it all out. J.D. is taken in by a girl he goes to school with and a crush develops. And you watch as the two teens go from being awkward to actually caring for one another. The ending made me shed a few tears because I was hoping it would have turned out differently for J.D. and Ashley. But the life of a superhero isn’t always a life of romance or an easy one.
J.D. goes through the motions of wanting to be a superhero then just wanting to die to back to wanting to be a superhero. And I think going through these stages make for an amazing superhero because somewhere inside that hero knows he’s societies only hope between light and darkness. And Tigerman figures this out real quick in battle.
I can’t wait for the next installment and look forward to great things from Joseph Schweichler.