Ein is on a mission from God. A God of Death.
Time is up for the Emperor of Ten Kings and it falls to a murdered eight year old boy to render the judgement of a God. Ein knows he can’t do it alone, but the empire is rife with heroes. The only problem; in order to serve, they must first die.
Ein has four legendary heroes in mind, names from story books read to him by his father. Now he must find them and kill them, so he can bring them back to fight the Reaper’s war.
Praise for Never Die
“One of self publishing’s rising stars.” – Mark Lawrence, author of Prince of Thorns
“A wonderfully fantastical and twisted take on the Seven Samurai.” – MD Presley, author of The Woven Ring
“Like Joe Abercrombie’s Best Served Cold infused with Samurai, Shinigami, Japanese lore and mythology, Wuxia, and anime-inspired battles in an ancient Japanese setting.” – Petrik Leo, Novel Notions
“The Dirty Dozen meets Hong Kong fantasy action film with a paranormal twist. I absolutely loved it.” – Dyrk Ashton, author of Paternus
“Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy meets Dynasty Warriors in this awesome Asian-inspired anti-heroic/heroic fantasy.” – Mike Evans, Fantasy Hive
“Never Die is the lean, fighting-anime-inspired fantasy novel you’ve always wanted.” – Michael Mclendon, BookNest.eu
“To people that don’t read much self-published fiction, Rob J. Hayes is here to prove exactly why you should!” – Sean, BookDragon
“Perfect characters, perfect pacing and world building and perfect plot twists!” – Hamad, The Book Prescription
“Rob J. Hayes has a real page turner in Never Die. A Tale of Redemption, Honor, and Death.” – Lynn, Grimmedian
“Books like this deserve to be read by all lovers of fantasy. It’s got just about everything you could ask for in the genre; and a few things you’d never think to ask.” – Filip, BookNest.eu
“Fast and FUN and you can sit down and just devour it.” – Cameron Johnston, author of The Traitor God