Blurb: Johnny McKennah was the living embodiment of a dream come true for every middle aged Walter Mitty in America. At age fifty-one, he had arrived from nowhere to become the oldest rookie in the history of football and a record breaker by the end of his first season. That wasn't all; this man who claimed that two years ago he had been fast on the way to drunken extinction was now a syndicated newspaper columnist, the most popular pundit since Mark Twain and Will Rogers.
Who was he, this Johnny McKennah? When the government found out who he was and what he planned, they knew he had to be stopped. But, even if you're willing to pay any price, how do you stop the invasion of supermen?