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'Many young people would love to have a superpower, although few would view themselves as superheroes or even as everyday heroes. They may in fact see themselves as antiheroes due to lack of confidence or difficult life experiences. The novels under­ ­review here suggest young adults may be able to draw on powers from within themselves, their family, friends and community to create identity and perhaps even help save their corner of the world.' (Introduction)

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    y separately published work icon The Weekend Australian 28 December 2019 18515846 2019 newspaper issue 2019 pg. 16 Section: Review
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