Blank Mastermind got a sequel since Wolfgang wouldn’t leave my brain alone. Hopefully The Powers That Be taught him his lesson and he’ll leave me alone
A synopsis (much more professional than last time because I’ve gotten better at this sort of thing):
Over a year later, and for Wolfgang Dankworth, redeeming a villainous reputation turns out to be a lot harder than he expected. The adulation of the public over his one heroic move has long since worn off. And finding a job is only punching up the fact that, to any respectable business, he’s about as welcome as a skunk at an outdoor wedding.
Aside from the Fernsbys and the remnants of his old gang, it doesn’t seem like he’s even welcome anywhere.
But then a letter shows up in the mail, inviting him to a secret event. A big move they’re about to make. Something to bring him up higher in society. An organization he joined the last year, named Silverwing.
Only . . . he can’t remember joining.
The SPI’s Hero Project branch is history. It’s been over a year since Mansley was revealed to be corrupt and all the former superheroes have gone back to their normal lives.
Case closed, right?
There are actually quite a few SPI agents who would say otherwise. Including Dallas Knight.
Everything Mansley did couldn’t have just been the work of one man. It goes deeper, and Dallas knows it. There’s an organization behind this. Only he can’t find any evidence. No connections that haven’t been investigated already. No other members.
But it turns out, he actually knows another member of the organization.
And all the parts. Feel free to read.
-disclaimer that this is a nanowrimo novel and due for a rewrite, please excuse typos and plot holes, I posted the very rough draft-
-collages and playlists to be added-