All Hallows Eve In The 21st Century

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Ages 9 and up. In this exciting adventure, Eve must journey to the "distant" future of 2013 and face an evil that threatens to consume her very soul. Join our beloved heroine as she learns the importance of holding true to her principles. Also included is a bonus mini comic, "Eve Dies At Midnight".

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About David Eveleigh

I have received professional training in the fine arts and have also worked as both a writer and artist for Moondial Comics as well as a contributor for "Transformers: Mosaic" and a creative consultant for Project AGU. I am currently working on my creator owned superhero series "All Hallows Eve" and donate 50% of the royalties from it to various local charities. I have also published a vampire novel called "Leech" on KDP and am looking to expand "All Hallows Eve" to other mediums.

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Review by: Erik The Great on Nov. 07, 2013 : (no rating)
A super-heroine from the future (The Pink Pineapple) is teleported back into the 1950s (the time that the All Hallows Eve stories take place) by a super-villain. The Pink Pineapple tries to steal a newly invented time machine to get back to the future. Eve stops her, thinking that The Pink Pineapple was a bad-guy (girl), but realizes she has to help her return to the future. Eve teams up with her and they both travel to the future (October 31st 2013 to be exact) to stop a group of evil super villain calling themselves “The Unjust Deserts” from taking over the world. Eve also finds a surprising truth about herself that will change her thoughts about being All Hallows Eve.




What is better than Halloween? Halloween with a new story about my favorite pumpkin wearing super-heroine! Mr. Eveleigh’s comic novellas and comics about Eve are a favorite of mine. There is a bunch of humor in this story and I think Eve is a believable teenage character even though she has super-powers. Mr. Eveleigh’s writing style is good for kids and adults and he makes his stories a fun read. I really like the twist at the end of the book!
*NOTE I got a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
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