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Long Live Freedom

3.89  ·  Rating details ·  9 ratings  ·  4 reviews
When Karter, banished and alone, stumbles across the Kingdom of Conquistado, he finds himself recruited to the Pantasmas -the rebel group living in the forest just outside town. From there, they do their best to thwart Derex Fallon, a man who stole the crown ten years ago and has kept a strangling hold on the populace ever since. When a crazy tradition gives the Pantasma's ...more
Paperback, 354 pages
Published August 16th 2014 by Believers Dream Publishing DBA (first published August 9th 2014)
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 Mummy Cat Claire
The book starts out with Karter Rider searching for a town. When he finds a trader who is willing to take him to Conquistado, he jumps at the chance, even among many warnings that the town is run by an evil king. Karter ends up in the woods, where a bunch of kids live called the Pantasmas. Their leader, Alik, and others like Sam and Rydly, take in Karter and teach him to fight. Shortly after his arrival, it is Heritor Day. A day that cannot be ignored by any who dwell in this land. It serves are ...more
Sincerely Books
This book is . . . alright. I guess. It's a little difficult to give a truly accurate review because my opinion of it fluctuated so frequently. It was an interesting idea, but not particularly well-written or thought out.

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Geneva Handleman
Feb 19, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Fantasy young adult about a kingdom that has been overtaken by an evil king who is oppressing the population and has nearly ruined the livelihood of all the city dwellers. In a mixture of Oliver Twist and Peter Pan, a gang of children has formed in the woods. They sneak into town and steal what they need, trying to only take from the king himself and not from the citizens. A young prince from a neighboring kingdom has been banished simply because he is the weaker twin and he falls into their ...more
Paige Turner
Fantasy. A genre that allows us to pretend, if but for a moment, that dragons, unicorns, and weres (oh my!) exist. There are only about one hundred and fifty pages, so Hunt didn’t have a large amount of space (of course, that was by design), but a short book is never an excuse for poor execution.

There was almost nothing wrong with the plot. I did see a couple of holes, a few circumstances and (convenient) outcomes that made me roll my eyes, and unnecessary death(s), but it honestly was a
Morgan McNeil
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Nov 09, 2014
Elizabeth Hunt
Oct 14, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)  ·  review of another edition
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A college student and author, Elizabeth Hunt is the author of 5 novels and is in the process of writing a new series more. She has also written and illustrated two children's picture books.