Amy Braun : Path of the Horseman

Path of the Horseman

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Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Fiction & Literature

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Amy Braun

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March 25, 2015



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The Four Horseman are trapped in the world they desolated. Their only purpose now is to exist amongst the ruins. All of that changes with a small group of survivors...

The seal was broken, and Hell was unleashed. Pestilence, Famine, War, and Death rode over the earth, creating a super-virus that turned humans into bloodthirsty monsters, opening a path for demons, decimating nearly all natural life, causing chaos and death throughout the world.

Now that their duties have been preformed, the Four Horsemen have disbanded, reduced to human bodies and trapped in the world they destroyed. No longer the Horseman Pestilence, Avery wanders through the waste he created, slaying any undead monsters and demons that cross his path. But when Avery comes across a group of survivors looking for a safe haven, his priorities begin to change. Not that the demons are going to let him stand in the way of their plans.

Avery ended the world once, and he refuses to see the demons end it again. But to protect the last of the living, he must seek the help of his brothers, all of whom are content with sitting back and watching the world burn…

Editorial Reviews

"The action scenes in this book were non-stop, intense and glorious!" - Cassandra Carpio, the Bookish Crypt

"Path of the Horseman is a truly amazing book. This is, and yet isn’t, a dystopian book. It is more than
that. It brings up questions of redemption and hope, of horrors and
fresh beginnings. Of what it is like to know that you are the last few
on the face of the earth, and only those who destroyed the world may be
able to save you. It is a thoughtful book – it took me quite a while to
read it, as I kept putting it down and actually taking time to think
about what I had read. It wasn’t a book, like so many, that I devour in
one gulp. Instead, I truly considered everything – not only about the
book itself, but what it meant to me, as a human. It was marvelous." - So I Read This Book Today

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