Red Leaves and the Living Token: Book 1 - Part 3 [NOOK Book]

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Doctors tell Raj that his son Emret won't survive his illness. As Raj struggles to prepare himself and Emret for the inevitable, he's confronted by Moslin, his son's nurse, who’s been filling Emret’s head with fairytales about heroic quests and powerful disease curing miracles. Emret now thinks that all he has to do is find the mythical Red Tree from the nurse's stories, and he'll live.

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Red Leaves and the Living Token: Book 1 - Part 3

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Overview

Doctors tell Raj that his son Emret won't survive his illness. As Raj struggles to prepare himself and Emret for the inevitable, he's confronted by Moslin, his son's nurse, who’s been filling Emret’s head with fairytales about heroic quests and powerful disease curing miracles. Emret now thinks that all he has to do is find the mythical Red Tree from the nurse's stories, and he'll live.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940033235100
  • Publisher: Benjamin David Burrell
  • Publication date: 5/12/2012
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 690,704
  • File size: 535 KB

Meet the Author

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Benjamin Burrell graduated from film school a little over a decade ago and has been writing screenplays and shorts ever since. He produced and directed of few of his stories as short films and won a handful of awards in film festivals across the country.


Due to the limited nature of screenplays, both in terms of length and feasibility of production, he decided to develop one his most intricate and expansive stories into the Novel, "Red Leaves and the Living Token." With its successful completion, he plans to bring many more of his stories to the Novel form, starting with two more, at least, in the "Red Leaves" series.


He currently lives in South Jordan, Utah, with his beautiful wife and three perfectly behaved children.


Visit benburrell.com for information about upcoming books. Subscribe to the newsletter for the first word on release dates.

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  • Posted August 28, 2012

    This review is written for the whole book not the individual sec

    This review is written for the whole book not the individual sections
    that the book is broken into on B&N. One quick note before I get
    into the meat of my review, I received an early edition of this book
    before it had been seen by a professional editor (I have since received
    an edited copy but don't have time to reread the book in it's entirety).
    As such I will be reviewing on characters, story, etc, ignoring any of
    the editing issues I saw within. Red Leaves was originally written as
    a screenplay with the goal of a CG production in mind. The cover shows
    off the skill that the characters can be rendered in and if it ever
    happens I will be eager to see it. The story follows the journey of a
    young man, who is terminally ill, seeking a cure for his condition. When
    his nurse takes him to find the mythical Red for a cure without his
    father's permission a journey with far reaching consequences is begun.
    The characters were interesting, but an index would have been helpful at
    the beginning. I had trouble keeping the races straight at first,
    having to flip to the beginning to keep things straight. Honestly that
    is not an uncommon experience for me when starting a new series with
    original species. I really liked the young boy's father and his
    dedication to finding his son, the abilities he develops are also
    fantastic. The whole story following the Token and the temple that
    can be reached using it has a ton of potential. The only issue is the
    sudden stop at the end of this book. There is obviously more to come,
    but there was very little resolution for the book. I really am not a
    fan of cliffhanger endings so that was a bit of a negative for me, but
    not something that deducts from the story overall. I believe the second
    book should be out soon and hopefully it will continue to keep the
    strength of the story going. Review copy received from the author.

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