The Red Myths

Beyond The Future and the Past

by Delroy G. James

Book Cover: The Red Myths
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Editions:Kindle - First Edition: $ 3.99
ISBN: B00CBUXI6K
Pages: 40

If you learned the truth about the church, would you be willing to give up religion if it meant saving the world? 

Professor Garrett Somers wants to liberate the planet from religious rules that hinder people's freedom of choice. He becomes embroiled in a series of events and must rely on his knowledge of history to survive unscathed. His work exposed him to historical documents that revealed the actual cause of religious conflicts on the planet. It put him in danger because he also gave a lecture that disparaged the church. He purposely expresses his dissatisfaction with the High Council in public, blaming them for escalating conflicts worldwide.

In time, most of the world accepted the church's teachings. So, when people fail to understand the importance of enduring their own beliefs, vultures will take advantage of their ignorance. In his quest, he and his allies discovered an ancient secret that threatens the church. He is determined to do whatever it takes to make sure people are free. But will he succeed, or will the world face eventual destruction because his attempt failed? Find out more in this first book in The Red Myths short story series.

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Reviews:Jessie Raymond wrote:

This book has a great storyline and is suspense-filled throughout. The plot follows an order; from the introduction, buildup of events, climax, up until the end. The allusion to slavery and other historic happenings/ills is brilliant; it reveals the many conspiracies and evils that governments perpetrated, particularly with the aid of religion. The characterization is neatly done. The diction (writer’s choice of words) is good, and the tone is in sync with each of the scenarios. Lastly, the use of figurative language, particularly imagery, is very effective. I recommend.

MJ on Goodreads.com wrote:

Delroy, interesting view on religion. In this book, the author gave us a different perspective on what can happen when religion governs our existence. This book had everything, time travel for our sci-fi fans, thriller, suspense, drama, to name a few genres. I enjoyed it and is recommending it to anyone looking for something new other than what’s out there right now.


About the Author

Delroy is a Jamaican-born author who grew up in a small rural town called Anchovy in St. James, Jamaica. He served in the U.S. Military for 16 years as a Business Management Analyst. He also worked as an editor for FiWEH Life online magazine, publishing several articles on politics, social commentary and entertainment. His ideas on social, political, and economic structures, delved deep into our approach to life with the magnitudes of barriers placed before us.

Delroy grew up religious, but as an adult, he stopped practicing organized religion for decades because of the ideologies described in the book. Although the story is fictional, the implications have real-world consequences within our modern society. He now resides in Guam where he continues to write for FiWEH Life and work on several writing projects.



Other Books By Delroy G. James

Series: The Red Myths

Book Cover: Legends of the Past
Legends of the Past

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