Bethany Griffin is the author of Masque of the Red Death. She is a high school English teacher who prides herself on attracting creative misfits to elective classes like Young Adult Literature, Creative Writing, and Speculative Literature. She lives with her family in Kentucky.
I liked Araby quite a bit by the end of the story and I really felt very sorry for her.
Don't get me wrong, I really liked both of the guys and cared about what happened to them in the story, but the romances just didn't feel genuine to me.
If you like your dystopian fiction dark and with a steampunk twist then you're going to love The Masque of the Red Death.
This book is really good. It is different. It stuck with me for two years until I could find the next book.Published 28 days ago by carolyn
Sadly, I liked the idea of Masque of the Red Death a lot better than actually reading it. The plague has swept through the world, and those who are left must wear masks to filter... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Angie
I was amazing!!
I don't know how but it got to me fast when Araby almost died. she found true love with Elliot and the king or Prince was having party it is heart stopping
It took me a little while to get into the book, but once I did, I really enjoyed it. It is a different read with the classic drama, love, and adventure.Published 6 months ago by Carrie Mackie
It's a moving and action filled story, that I didn't want to put down.Published 7 months ago by Felisha McIntyre
This book felt a bit mediocre in the beginning, but picked up as the novel progressed. It is full of action (at the end), and is a bit scary, as it talks about a [steampunk]... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Leslie
MASQUE OF THE RED DEATH bored me to tears. Everything was grim and gloomy. It frustrated me so much that I felt like I wanted to strangle myself while reading it. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Julie @Books and Insomnia
Inspired by Edgar Allen Poe’s short story of the same name, Bethany Griffin imagines a world decimated by the plague in MASQUE OF THE RED DEATH. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Kelly Garbato
You can find a more in depth version of this review on my blog here: [...]l
Masque of the Red Death is not a direct retelling of the short story of the same name by... Read more