Heroes of the Horde Series by Jennifer Hartz

Six high school students obtained amazing superpowers from their school’s demonic legend and unleash the demonic Horde. As their new powers grow, they have to find a way to contain what they unleashed before the evil spreads beyond the school.


Heroes of the Horde Series, Book 1: Unleashed

When six high school students at an upscale private school in Pittsburgh discover the demonic legend of the school’s origin is actually true and obtain amazing superpowers as a result, they unwittingly unleash the demonic Horde.

Mike has a happy-go-lucky attitude and astounding athletic abilities that make him popular while twin sister Shelly is his opposite with her shyness. Cooper, crippled, considers himself a freak. Maggie is artistic and eccentric while Jimmy is a brooding heartthrob. New girl, Caitlyn, rounds out the group, though she can’t escape the sense that she doesn’t belong.

As a team, the teenagers need to figure out how stop the Horde before its evil spreads through the school and beyond…all while somehow keeping their ever-growing powers a secret.


Genre: Fantasy (Young Adult)     ISBN: 978-1-925191-71-4    ASIN: B07KXKQM3G     Word Count: 69, 956

Heroes of the Horde, Book 2: Siege

Last year’s battle was just the beginning for The Heroes of the Horde members. After a brief summer break, the sophomores return to Deacon Propriety School. Romantic squabbles and insecurities kick into high gear within the group. With old friendships on the verge of crumbling, the team barely hangs on by a thread.

But they need to get their act together because the demonic Horde remains intent on stealing their superpowers back, even if it means using their friends, family, and loved ones to do their dirty work. Can the Heroes put their personal issues aside long enough to locate the source of the Horde, or will petty jealousy tear them apart from the inside?



ISBN: 978-1-925191-79-0   ASIN: B07RQWZBCP     Word Count: 63, 834

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