Colorworld (Book 1)

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Colorworld Book 1

Wendy, a 19-year old college student, can sense emotions when she touches people. As the sole caregiver for her younger brother Ezra, she is strapped for cash and decides to participate in an allergy study.

But something goes wrong, and when Wendy wakes up, she learns that someone is dead and it was her skin that did it.

Unable to touch people for fear of hurting them, Wendy is on the hunt for answers. Did they mean to make her a weapon, or something else entirely? That's when she finds out she's not the only one; superhuman abilities are real.

Gabe, who works with the company responsible, feels badly about what happened and offers his help. Together they learn that Wendy was targeted for a specific reason, and it has nothing to do with her death touch.

*Intended for 16 and up

The 1st Installment of the Colorworld Series (7 Books) is 352 pages split up into 45 chapters.


  • 5
    Warning - you'll get hooked.

    Posted by Marlise McDaniel on May 17th 2019

    Well it took me a while to get my hands on a paper copy but once I did, I knew I wouldn't regret the purchase. It's interesting, intriguing, good storyline, witty banter, neat characters. My only problem is now I have to wait till my copy of book 2 arrives!

  • 5
    Kept Me Interested

    Posted by Ana on Feb 20th 2018

    I don't read much of the whole superpower/sci-fi genre but Colorworld seems to be different. The premise was interesting enough, I mean come one the girl has superpowers in a normal world, and decided to give it a go. I have been given book like these, same genre, in the past but they become somewhat tedious for me to finish them and later end up at the bottom of my bookcase or given away. Colorworld, on the other hand, kept me wanting to read chapter after chapter. I have read only the first book and can't wait to become more involve in Wendy's world with the rest of the series.