Nine-year-old David Ryan is in mortal danger.
He has a deadly secret that is unknown even to himself.
But there is someone that does know: a relentless killer born of hatred, who draws upon dark powers to destroy God’s chosen ones.
As David grows into a troubled teenager, he has to confront the truth about himself to have any hope of stopping the malignant spread of evil that is engulfing his small town.
He must accept his birth-rite, or the whole world will burn.
We spent 7 days with David, did he accept his birth rite?
Review by Donna’s Interviews, Reviews and Giveaways (FB), “The book is split into three sections, and the ending is phenomenal. It is non stop edge of your seat, cant put down writing.”
Review by snowphiethebookworm (IG), “The start of the book is absolutely like nothing I have read before , it is a very graphically descriptive read the images the author describes are definitely painted in your mind. I found it much easier to read during the day which is exactly what you want when reading a book like this!”
The Magic of Wor(l)ds puts Anthony in the spotlight as we learn which of his fictional characters he would have over for tea, his writing habits, his advice for writers and so much more
Review by prdg reads, “At a few points within the book I didn’t actually know who’s side I was on, so credit to the author for making me doubt myself throughout!”
Review by twilight_reader (IG), “This book did make me nervy and I did freak myself out a lot as the descriptions made me feel like I was hearing things around my own house.”
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Review by Sharon Beyond the Books, “Birth Rite is a cleverly written book. Anthony Steven has blended the supernatural together with horror to create a vivid, compelling, and very intense story. From the start of this book, I was hooked. I could hardly tear myself away from it.”
Review by Sue Loves to Read, “A brilliant read. Couldn’t put it down”
Review by Herding Cats, “The characters were well developed and very vividly portrayed via their actions. Some characters I was rooting for and wanted to offer safety, protection and help. Others made my skin crawl and hair stand on end – giving me goosebumps every time they appeared.”
b for bookreview put Anthony in the spotlight as we learn about his writing process, who he would love to co-write a book with, how he comes up with the cover for his book and so much more.
Review by Fantasy Book Nerd, “In terms of the book itself, when it comes to the final act of the book, it becomes a typical good vs evil scenario, which I must say that I enjoyed, it was fun.”
And that is well and truly a wrap!
Thank you ever so much to everyone who has taken part in the tour!
Until the next adventure xxx