The Curse of Judas by Cynthia Brandel

A Post-apocalyptic Adventure

Humans had placed themselves on a pedestal above all other living creatures.  That would change when the revenant made their existence known.

The Covenant was made at the end of the war.  The culling had taken millions of human lives.  The consulate (a group of higher-up humans) maintain the Covenant and work as a liaison between the revenant and the humans. For the survival of the human race, all humans living within the revenant city must pay the price.

The cost…….their blood.  The life source of all living things.

Persephone Black (Phoebe) has always kept a low profile in the outskirts of the lower part of the revenant city.  An orphan from birth, she was raised by her Pappy.

“As long as Pappy has food in his belly and a roof over his head, I am satisfied.”  Persephone Black

When tragedy strikes, Phoebe will learn that fate has a way of creeping up on us.  Phoebe catches the eye of Cassius, one of the sons of Judas.  Summoned by the consulate, Phoebe is taken to the revenant tower.  Phoebe will do anything to survive.

But she will soon find that the price of survival is sometimes more than a person can bear.

The Curse of Judas is a post-apocalyptic adventure interlaced with biblical prophecy and a hint of romance.

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Judas Iscariot’s betrayal was preordained before his conception, but his death (his suicide) was of his own choosing.  Rejected by both heaven and hell, Judas was forced to roam the middle kingdom (the kingdom of man).  Although he was neither alive nor dead, Judas was cursed to live off the blood of humans.  It was his penance for spilling the blood of Christ.

Phoebe would be cast into the middle of the fray.  She is both a blessing and a curse to the revenant.  If the secret of her birth comes to light, the world of the revenant will overturn.

Preorder your copy from Amazon.  Scheduled to be released on October 31, 2018

 

 

 

 

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