Red Hood’s Revenge (#3)

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Wars may end. But vengeance is forever. 

Roudette’s story was a simple one. A red cape. A wolf. A hunter. Her mother told her she would be safe, so long as she kept to the path. But sometimes the path leads to dark places.

Roudette is the hunter now, an assassin known throughout the world as the Lady of the Red Hood. Her mission will take her to the country of Arathea and an ancient fairy threat.

At the heart of the conflict between humans and fairies stands the woman Roudette has been hired to kill, the only human ever to have fought the Lady of the Red Hood and survived-the princess known as Sleeping Beauty.

Reviews

“Transcends its predecessors with exciting combats, scenes, and emotionally complex characters […] A real synthesis of cultural tropes into a unique world that is worth visiting again and again.”

Publishers Weekly, Starred Review

“While RED HOOD’s a good adventure book, it also succeeds in addressing things like family conflicts, loyalty, home, faith and prejudice without ever coming close to preachy allegory territory […] Hines excels at world-building and layered storytelling as well as keeping things moving […] Easily my favorite in the series.”

Wired

“Combining the best parts of fantasy and folklore, mixed with action and adventure, tinged with horror [...] RED HOOD’S REVENGE is a thoroughly satisfying continuation of the series, and a worthy updating of these cultural icons.”

Green Man Review

“There’s plenty of the suspense and action that makes this fantasy series great. Hines’ heroines are truly unique and completely enjoyable from start to finish. I can’t wait to see what comes next from this highly talented fantasy author.”

SciFi Chick

“Always a good adventure story twined around the humor […] clever and amusing.”

Critical Mass

“This continues to be simply an enjoyable, well-conceived and executed series and Hines certainly hasn’t tapped it out yet. Recommended.”

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