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Drew Hayes Books In Order

Publication Order of Super Powereds Books

Super Powereds: Year 1 (2013) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Super Powereds: Year 2 (2014) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Super Powereds: Year 3 (2015) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Fred, The Vampire Accountant Books

The Utterly Uninteresting and Unadventurous Tales of Fred, the Vampire Accountant (2014) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Undeath & Taxes (2015) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Bloody Acquisitions (2016) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Spells, Swords, & Stealth Books

Npcs (2014) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Split the Party (2015) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Going Rogue (2016) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Super Powereds Spinoff Books

Corpies (2016) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Villains’ Code Books

Forging Hephaestus (2017) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Standalone Novels

Pears and Perils (2014) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Topher Nightshade Vs. The Camp of The Undead Apocalypse (2014) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Non-Fiction Books

Deathreats (2009) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Drew Hayes is a writer from Texas, the United States specializing in Fantasy, Humor and Comedy genres. The author has written several books and also found the initiative to publish several. Hayes is a Bachelor of Arts graduate from Texas Tech. Hayes is listed as one of the most prolific, profound and talented writers of his generation.

Hayes is famously known as the author of a different set of series, (Super Powereds, Spells, Swords, & Stealth, and Villains’ Code). He made his first appearance in the publishing world in 2013 after the publication of the first book (Super Powereds: Year 1) in Super Powereds series. The second book in the series Super Powereds: Year 2 was published a year later after the debut novel in 2014. Hayes has also written standalone novels such as Apocalypse & Pearls and Perils both published in 2014.

Super Powered: Year 1

In the first installment of Super Powereds: Year 1, to be considered as a superhero, you have o undergo a Hero Certification Course in college, and only of a few of those registered are capable of making it to the final year. Among of those selected this year first-year students at Lander University, one of the top and the best universities with Hero Certification Course, five students are different from the rest of the aspiring heroes. They were once powereds meaning people with super abilities but unable of controlling them.

The powereds have always been considered burdens and as second class citizens. However, these five students are the first ever prototypes for a highly classified test that has managed to transform powereds to supers. They have been into the certification program just as cover up to see if they can compete with the supers.

The first novel in the series is a good read starting from the storyline concept, the execution, and the nerdiness and of course the suspense that will keep you yearning for more. On the other hand, the action is vividly described, while some flavors of love stories are mixed in.

Super Powereds: Year 2

Despite having most of the deep secrets revealed, the people of Melbrook Hall return to the university for another 12 months in Hero Certification Course. The best part is that this year main focus is the teamwork, just because their origins are known, and they will have to lean on each other more than ever.

Now they are finally sophomore, and their curriculum studies expand, thus allowing them to train in the same majors that Heroes specialize in. However, the new classes will put their minds, bodies, and determination to tests in a way that they never anticipated. Moreover, in a year full of secrets discoveries, super-powered battles and unexpected entanglements the only person left standing is anyone’s guess. As the last year’s kidnapping attempts are finally surfaced, the results point to something much bigger than a just rogue educator, something unimaginable.

The second series installment is far much better read than the first one, the author sucks you into the world of super humans and makes the very humans with vulnerabilities and weaknesses that we would never realize before. The story is a fantastic one; the characters are both interesting and comprehensible. The powers are simply amazing, and the way these powers develop with the characters is both fascinating and engaging, especially when new uses unfold.

The Utterly Uninteresting and Unadventurous Tales of Fred, the Vampire Accountant

In this life we live, there are people born boring; others live boring while others die boring. Fred has managed to undertake all the three, and the day he woke up as a vampire, he became a boring one too. He is socially awkward, timid and mostly plagued by esteem issues and has never been adventurous, never.

On one fateful night- one different from the evening that he had died, Fred manages to reconnect with an old friend during his high school reunion. This reawakened old relationship sparks off a series of events that thrusts him into chaos, that is the world of zombies, parahuman, truck drivers wereponies, dragons, necromancers and the undead accountant who’s trying his very best to “survive.”

Undeath and Taxes

Undeath and Taxes is the sequel to the first book of Fred, the Vampire Accountant. Fredrick F. Fletcher becomes a certified parahuman account after discovering how the world is full of magic, and parahumans. Fred expands his business to cater to more monsters and their financial needs. However, the said monsters still pull Fred into trouble, and despite Fred only dealing with paperwork only, he finds himself forced to having to deal with government agents, enchanted weaponry, possessed a house and one puzzling dragon needs. Moreover, in the world of parahumans, any business can be deadly even one dull as accounting.

The second novel in Hayes, Fred, the Vampire accountant fantasy series is funny and inventive just like the first novel. The readers understand that Fred and his cohorts are somehow better, but the antique and action are still fresh and funny and unique as well.

Bloody Acquisitions

In the third series installment of the Fred, the Vampire Accountant, Fred’s life becomes more enjoyable more than how his normal life was. His parahuman accounting practice is thriving; he has a steady relationship, as well as a circle of trusted friends.

Unfortunately, it is apparently clear that he is not the only vampire appreciating the up-and-coming of Winslow City, Colorado. A new family of vampires is moving to town, and they are not well known for tolerating strangers especially in their territory.

Now it is up to Fred to adapt with the growing presence and threat of other vampires as he even struggles to keep pacing with his business demands and having some time for his friends. Between the crazed vampire hunters, the hidden parahumans in town, the world’s least subtle spy, and the quarreling mages, it will take Fred’s deliberate effort to keep his head high above the water. As the new clan sinks their teeth deeper and deeper into the city, Fred finds himself faced with two options: stand against an entire army of vampires or flee his home.

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