I love the cover for Red Death by Jeff Altabef.
It definitely hints at the story inside.
The cover for Red Death by Jeff Altabef is so appropriate for the story inside. There is an Eden, so, of course, there is an apple orchard.
The priests rule Eden and I immediately became suspicious. They hold tightly to the archaic rules. Why is that, do you think? Are they afraid?
The Soulless, well I have my thoughts about them too.
I have so many questions from the start. I am intrigued and I wonder how the characters will grow and change, because I feel it coming.
The writing is so descriptive, it brings the worlds, critters and characters to life on the pages.
We have a huge cast of characters, but by focusing on one in each Tribe, it wasn’t difficult to follow them as they struggle to survive. They all have their place in the story, some good and some bad and some just down right evil. In times of trouble, the best and worst come out. People show their true colors. Some rise to the occasion and some descend into the pits of Hell.
The evil oozed off the pages from the getgo, pissing me off, making me angry at some of the characters for their ignorance and their thirst for power. The suspense never let up.
Betrayal, brutality, loyalty, love…
I fretted, sweated, thinking…it can’t be…can it?
I felt good at the end, but the battle continues in Book II, The Ghost King. I can hardly wait to find out what happens next!
I voluntarily reviewed a free copy of Red Death by Jell Altabef.
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