Three great titles on Amazon and Assaph Mehr's most recent short story
If you like David Gemmell and Game of Thrones, you’ll love what goes on in Evil Never Dies.
Here’s what reviewers have posted.
‘In style, it's very reminiscent of David Gemmel with an easy to slip into world and plenty of excitement, balanced with some reflection.’
‘Haynes has also created a world of good and evil, darkness and light and is very Gemmell-like in the way it functions, there is no grey here, we, as the reader, know whose side we are on.’
‘Readers of David Gemmell’s works will really enjoy this novel, the flow of action and story is very similar and does not stop to take a breath. The pace is frenetic and leads the reader to more battles and action fuelled scenes.’
Lawlessness, violence and desperation are all that is left of the world following the coming of the Others. Abel exists only within the boundaries that her rules allow -- rules that she created to keep her alive. But when her best friend's daughter is taken by the Others, she can't keep playing by the rule book. Instead, she must begin a life defining journey that will test her survival techniques and challenge her ability to find what she has always feared: hope
Find it here.
A teenage girl enters a carriage in Central Park and disembarks in Victorian, England.
Cursed by her sister Brooke, Alexis Powell arrives in the Victorian Era where she meets Ezra, a man recently murdered by an assassin his brother hired. Now he’s a supernatural creature, and with a touch Ezra sees into Alexis’ mind. Intrigued by her memories, Ezra offers Alexis his help only to be rebuffed for his kindness.
Find it here.
The last (or rather, latest) of Assaph Mehr's shortstories, Author of Murder in Absentia. A truly bizarre case, even for Felix.
Read with the lights on.