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Red Death: An Epic Fantasy Adventure by [Altabef, Jeff]
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Red Death: An Epic Fantasy Adventure Kindle Edition

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1) "A complex dystopian story recommended for older teens, its ultimate impact and winding, engrossing story will be welcomed and relished by not only this audience but new adult readers who appreciate the complex worlds and feisty protagonists of The Hunger Games and similar dystopian novels. In the end, it's more than just a story of teens surviving in their world; but a thought-provoking saga about belief systems and religion, courage, adaptability, greed and goals of ruling humanity, and a seemingly unstoppable juggernaut of change that rolls over everyone in its path. Red Death is ultimately about revolution, the kernel of which begins here, in a gripping story of two talented and determined siblings who reach out to connect with and embrace their world." Midwest Book Review 2) "Where dystopian novels are a dime a dozen, Altabef creates an epic tale that stands out. While the premise follows the pattern of the dystopian genre, the author twists the tropes into something fresh and imaginative. A perfect example revolves around the center of the dystopian genre: the corrupt government versus the lone protagonist. While Eden's government is co-controlled by a corrupt High Priest and President, not all who are a part of the religious sect are conniving or evil. Additionally, in the outside world, the government of the tribes are also a mix of corrupt and good individuals. In other words, the perspective of the world is not simplistic. Altabef does a fantastic job of making concepts thought-provoking and delightful to read. Red Death will appeal to a wide audience since it has something for everyone. It's action-packed, with plenty of chases and fights for those who enjoy adventures and drama. There are enough twists to surprise those who are intrigued by political intrigue, suspense, and cliffhangers. Amid kingdoms to unite, princes to save, and lives on the line, there is also a playful romance sprinkled throughout for those who desire some lightheartedness." US Review of Books

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The city of Eden stands as humanity's last hope, for danger lurks outside its sturdy walls, in the land of the Soulless. There, a deadly plague called the Red Death reigns over the world, ensuring that no one lives past their early twenties.

WINNER: Pinnacle Book Achievement Award

Praise for Red Death:

  • "[An] epic tale that stands out." ~ US Review of Books, “Recommended”
  • "[A] thought-provoking... juggernaut of change that rolls over everyone in its path...." ~ D. Donovan, Sr. Reviewer, Midwest Book Review, “Pick of the Month”
  • "[A] fantasy adventure that weaves together powerful themes like death and faith, love and devotion, and, of course, betrayal." ~ Readers’ Favorite Book Reviews, 5 STARS
  • "Red Death is a young adult dystopian-esque novel, but to me, it has a very Game of Thrones, epic fantasy... feel." ~ Pixie Styx

Seventeen-year-old Aaliss graduated at the top of her class and now protects Eden as a highly trained Guardian. When her rather odd younger brother, Wilky, discovers a cure, it comes at a high cost, as the High Priest falsely brands them as traitors, and Aaliss must do what she never expected—run.

Forced to flee the only home they’ve ever known, they plunge into the land of the Soulless. Captured in the wild new world, Aaliss strikes a deal with the surprisingly charming Prince Eamon—the cure, in exchange for her freedom. Together they search for the ingredients to the cure in a desperate race against time to save the Prince’s brother’s life.

Aaliss is eager to return home and seek revenge against the High Priest, but when her feelings for Prince Eamon tug her deeper into the world of the Soulless, she questions everything she once believed. Are the Soulless so bad? Will she and Wilky fall victim to the Red Death? Or... might Aaliss finally discover, against all odds, what her heart has yearned for all along?

FINALIST: Readers' Favorite Book Awards 2017 -- Young Adult Fantasy
FINALIST: Eric Hoffer Book Awards 2017 – Young Adult

EVOLVED PUBLISHING PRESENTS the first book in the "Red Death" series of epic fantasy adventures, brought to by the multiple award-winning co-author of the "Chosen" series of YA fantasy thrillers. [DRM-Free]

Books by Jeff Altabef:

  • A NEPHILIM THRILLER - Book 1: Devil's Den
  • A NEPHILIM THRILLER - Book 2: Devil's Dance
  • A POINT THRILLER - Book 1: Fracture Point
  • A POINT THRILLER - Book 2: Shatter Point
  • RED DEATH - Book 1: Red Death
  • RED DEATH - Book 2: The Ghost King
  • CHOSEN - Book 1: Wind Catcher (with Erynn Altabef)
  • CHOSEN - Book 2: Brink of Dawn (with Erynn Altabef)
  • CHOSEN - Book 3: Scorched Souls (with Erynn Altabef)

More Great Sci-Fi from Evolved Publishing:

  • The Seekers Series by David Litwack
  • Enslaved by D. Robert Pease
  • The Jakkattu Vector by P.K. Tyler


Product details

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3451 KB
  • Print Length: 348 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Evolved Publishing LLC; 1 edition (26 November 2016)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01N04FDOC
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #172,442 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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