The Apple by Devashish Sardana

The Apple by Devashish Sardana
Publisher: Self-Published
Genre: Mystery/Suspense, Contemporary, Paranormal, Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Length: Full length (213 pages)
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Lavender

For 6000 years, they’ve protected Eden’s mysteries. Now someone is about to commit history’s most daring theft…

Queen Azura would sacrifice her life to fulfill her ancestors’ sacred mission. For thousands of years the Sentinels have safeguarded Eden and the Tree of Immortality. But one fateful night she awakens to find a man with a bullet wound in his head and an empty branch where the apple once hung.

He has no memories, not even his name. Nursed back to health by stern islanders who demand answers, he worries his nightmares of secret gates and a monstrous seven-headed serpent may be real. And if he doesn’t piece together the visions soon, his caretakers could become his executioners.
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As the strange man struggles to recall how he came to the island, Azura fears someone has the means to defeat all their safeguards. And with the temptation of life everlasting, it’s only a matter of time before the would-be-killer strikes again.

Can Azura and the outsider solve the riddle before Eden’s final secret is exploited for evil?

The writing of this imaginative story is magical, and readers are immersed in a fantasy world. Queen Azura wakes up terribly upset because someone stole an apple from the Garden of Eden.

A treasure hunter, “he” and his girlfriend go after the apple. They find the great tree and meet up with a seven-headed snake who tells them they must pass three tests to go into Eden. Adventure after adventure pulls them along through dangerous incidents.

The story splits into two parallel accounts, but they are equally exploratory. “He” experiences two fantasy-like worlds, and both could be the end of him. He and Michelle go through some scary stuff but also manage to be playful and have fun at times.

He becomes one of the sentinels (protectors of the Garden) and lives on the island. The queen hopes he’ll recover his memory. If he does, what will he do? Those recovered memories will mean his life is changed forever.

There are unexpected turns of fate in this story, enough to keep one wondering. Rush after rush occurs, and things aren’t always what they seem, making this an unpredictable thrill ride of a story. The characters are interesting, and the world-building is done with ingenuity. It’s a memorable book that readers of fantasy adventures are sure to appreciate.

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