“I, Hero: The Beginning” is back to #1

With the cover preview released of “I,Hero: Phases” and the outline set for November it’s exciting to see “I, Hero: The Beginning” back at #1 this morning in two categories:

Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,767 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
#1 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Myths & Legends > Greek & Roman
#1 in Books > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Myths & Legends > Greek & Roman
#42 in Books > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Superheroes

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I’m looking forward to great things with this series and I am glad readers are beginning to discover the titles.

“I, Hero: The Beginning”

“I, Hero: Nathan Returns”

“I, Hero: Phases” (coming December 2015)

The Beginning

Nathan Returns

I Hero Phases

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – “I Hero – The Beginning” by Jason Zandri IS NOW AVAILABLE

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – “I Hero – The Beginning” by Jason Zandri IS NOW AVAILABLE June 18, 2015

Jason Zandri
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Jason@Zandri.net
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WALLINGFORD, CT – “I Hero – The Beginning” a novel by Jason Zandri, is available in e-book format for the Amazon Kindle via http://www.amazon.com/I-Hero-Beginning-Jason-Zandri-ebook/dp/B00Y3LA41M/

There are FOUR FREE excerpts available to read to review the story, available via:

“I, Hero – The Beginning” – Excerpt I http://bit.ly/1MKrwsF
“I, Hero – The Beginning” – Excerpt II http://bit.ly/1CCp4Sl
“I, Hero – The Beginning” – Excerpt III http://bit.ly/1HlZEYo
“I, Hero – The Beginning” – Excerpt IV http://bit.ly/1CwNg3l

You can also review other news and information regarding the release of “I Hero – The Beginning” as well as the entire “I, Hero” series of stories via Jason Zandri’s author blog THE GUNDERSTONE REVIEW at https://gunderstone.wordpress.com/category/i-hero-the-beginning/

Product Details
TITLE: I, HERO – THE BEGINNING
AUTHOR: JASON ZANDRI
File Size: 982 KB
Print Length: 211 pages
Publication Date: May 21, 2015
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
Language: English
ASIN: B00Y3LA41M
Text-to-Speech: Enabled
Word Wise: Enabled
Lending: Enabled

Synopsis: An everyday man, living less than ordinary life in New York City, simply makes his way about his work life and one at home. A kind heart and an empathetic soul, who tended to think of others before he thought of himself.

With his childhood totally left behind and gone with the final resting of his father, Nathan has come to terms with his past as he forges his life in the present, unaware of what lies ahead.

An unlikely friendship, a random act of violence, a budding romance, all part of a life changed.

“When it’s your time, there’s nothing you can do to change that outcome. The only thing you can do is meet it head on. You have to hope that the life you had with others, while you were here, has made a positive impact.” – Brian Devron

“Where there is darkness, you are light. Where others know fear, you will be brave. When there are setbacks, you will persevere. Where others find weakness, you bring strength. Where there is despair, you are hope. Where cowardice falls, you rise courageously. Where others do not have the ability to believe, you have faith. You will suffer, so that others will endure. You will triumph where others would fall.” – Cici Johnson

“This is it; it all changes tonight. Anything I do tonight, at a minimum, is going to at least expose all of this to the world.” – Nathan Devron.

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I, Hero – The Beginning

Prelude

Nathan stepped to the side of his ailing father’s bed. The cancer was about to have its endgame. Nathan did the best he could to keep a strong face forward for his father. He knew if he opened his eyes again, he would want him to see that he wasn’t upset.

“When it’s your time, there’s nothing you can do to change that outcome. The only thing you can do is meet it head on,” Brian Devron told his son the last time he was fully lucid. “I’ve done the best I could to teach you everything I know. A father does that his whole life for his children. Some have very little time. Others have decades. I don’t feel robbed having only twenty two years of your life to do that. It’s not about the quantity of time, it’s the quality. That is what we have had. I don’t know what life has in store for you. No one really does. You move about it the best you can with the gifts you possess. Give back more than you take. Compete only with yourself. Live life by your own measure, no one else’s.”

Those would be the last words of wisdom that he passed along to his only son.

The son would bury the father on a Thursday and spend the next few weeks settling his estate and liquidating his assets.

He would spend the remainder of that school year finishing up his degree. He then moved from Connecticut to an apartment in the Kips Bay area of New York City over that summer.

With the following fall, a year later, came change.

Nothing was ever the same again.