Red Sand

Red Sand

by Anne MacReynold


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Red Sand 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I WANT MORE!!!!! So unique and engaging. Theres both romance and action. Heroes and monsters. Can't wait to see what the author comes out with next!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love how the author combines mythology and history to create on unique story. I haven't read anything else like it! I can't wait for #2 in the Creations Series!
BookKritic69 More than 1 year ago
BEST BOOK EVER. Lilith is my hero no matter what she does! I understand her and I applaude the author for writing a character that's both mystical and real. She is so human yet she is doomed to live forever. My heart hurts and that kind of emotion is exactly what I look for in a book. Thank you Anne!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
An epic adventure! A journey through a magical world ! Couldn’t put the book down. Waiting for more !
ReadersFavorite 9 months ago
Reviewed by Lit Amri for Readers' Favorite "Yes, I understood the natural world despite their horrific dispositions. I respected that they had only instincts to guide them. A simple purpose to fulfill: survive. But wasn’t knowing that fact what kept us from living in such a way? The fact that we knew the difference? The fact that we could be better? People were content acting like wild beasts, it seemed. That saddened me. They could have been so much more. Perhaps they still could." In Red Sand (The Creations Series, Book 1) by Anne MacReynold, the immortal Lilith constantly finds that existing on Earth has its wonders but also terrors; love and hate, trust and betrayal, life and death. Can she find her true purpose and guide humanity to its highest potential? The combination of Jewish folklore, The Alphabet of Ben Sira, and the Greek mythology of Troy as the foundation of the plot is deftly done. I’m more familiar with the fictionalized versions of Lilith where she’s often envisioned as an unsympathetic, dangerous being. MacReynold's Lilith in Red Sand is undoubtedly fascinating and much more complex. This is a different and interesting take on Lilith’s tale including how Eve and Adam came to be. The different views of Lucifer and Lilith regarding life are intriguing, and how she handles and feels about immortality are at times poignant to read. Her genuine hope to lead humans to the right path is admirable. Simply put, this is a great start for The Creations Series and I look forward to the continuation of Lilith’s journey.