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"A bloody fun introduction to Reho, a character that sticks with you long after the story." Nicholas Sansbury Smith, best-selling author of the Orbs Series

"...[D.L. Denham] writes with conviction and infuses the words with the right tenor to make them credible in an incredible situation/fantasy. He is well worth watching."
Grady Harp, Amazon Hall of Fame Reviewer and TOP 50 Reviewer

"...Red Denver is a tantalizing glimpse into...The Hegemon Wars..." Cheryl Stout, TOP 1000 Reviewer

"...this book delivers a tale that wets ones appetite for more." The Lazy Book Reviewer

"...counting down the days until...The Hegemon Wars." Lisa Arrington, lisaawrites.com 

"Reho is a mix of superman-meets-everyman." Goodreads Reviewer

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  • File Size: 626 KB
  • Print Length: 66 pages
  • Publisher: BlackHats Publishing; 2 edition (February 7, 2014)
  • Publication Date: February 7, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00IBO1DBC
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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D. L. Denham is a native of Louisiana. He is an educator, historian, and writer. D. L. is an alumnus of Southeastern Louisiana University, where he holds an M.A. in American Colonialism. When he is not teaching, he can usually be found at his local coffee shop hammering away on his latest book. REHO is his first full-length novel and is the first of three in a planned series called The Hegemon Wars. Red Denver was his first published work and includes the protagonist REHO.

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Cheryl Stout TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on May 19, 2014
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The post-apocalyptic genre is probably my favorite type of books to read and this story based on Reho's adventures in Red Denver is a tantalizing glimpse into the full story of the Hegemon Wars that will be coming (hopefully) soon.

I am looking forward to reading the book and finding out more about Reho's backstory. I also want to find out more about this world of ours that author Denham has demolished and then re-created. I do wish there wasn't such a gap between when this story was published and when the full book is to come out (supposedly to be July 2014 at this time).
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Grady Harp HALL OF FAMETOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on June 19, 2014
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Louisiana author D. L. Denham comes to his debut novel well prepared. He has degrees from Southeastern Louisiana University including a Masters Degree in History, he teaches and he writes. He is a talent developing and a talent to watch.

Denham opens his short story with extraordinary atmosphere. The year is 2083, the place is a prison holding cell where we meet Reho, our main character, who has been captured and accused of murder of one of the subordinates of Soapy, a crime boss and the chief of racing (Reho is not under Soapy's control and has been the consistent winner of races). Raging, Reho is pacified by an old man in the same cell who urges Reho to gain control of his anger management. In a few short pages we traverse the world of crime, heinous fights to the death, the introduction of beasts, a proposed fight for his new friend and mentor etc.

Denham's writing style is raw and cannot really be adequately judged on the basis of a short story. But he writes with conviction and infuses the words with the right tenor to make them credible in an incredible situation/fantasy. He is well worth watching. Grady Harp, June 14
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jerry Hart on February 10, 2014
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I was reminded of the Fallout and Borderlands series. I'm not really into post-apocalyptic stuff, but I know what I like to read, and I enjoyed "Red Denver." It's a well-written short story that works well on its own as well as an introduction to a larger story.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Ross Theobald on May 19, 2014
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Post apocalyptic novels (with a focus on sci-fi) will always be a favorite of mine, because it allows both futuristic technology, but with a feel of horror and excitement that only comes when society is crumbling. The world building included in this short story delivers on both, so far, and I'm looking forward to what the first actual installment brings.

The second part of the short story that has me looking forward to the first novel is the protagonist. I am also a huge fan of characters that are highly capable, like Reho, from this story. I don't like the every-man protagonists popular in post apocalyptic settings, because the only reasons those types of characters stay alive are gimmicks or tropes like plot armor. On the other hand, it makes sense that a character like Reho would survive, because, frankly, he's bad ass.

I'm giving this story a four star rating because, while there were some great parts, certain things were a bit of a letdown. I wasn't exactly sure what Reho's former girlfriend's stance was on him fighting for his life and I thought the warbeast was pretty lame. I mean, I know Reho is super awesome, but the Hegemon should have just stuck with whatever conventional weaponry they use instead of creating genetically modified life. Because Reho just killed it with a knife. It sounds like it would die just as easily to normal guns as, say, a tiger or lion would. Anyway, I spent a disproportional amount of time on that complain. There were so many more good things than bad things in the short story.

I'm looking forward to seeing more of Reho and the post apocalyptic world outside of Red Denver. The story looks like it has a ton of potential.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By debb on May 28, 2014
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Red Denver by D.L. Denham

I liked this book. The whole time I was reading, I thought back on the Star Wars scene with the racing machines, and also a bit of Mad Max.

Mr. Denham has written a prequel before the story, a bit unusual but it works. The story takes place in a futuristic world with ruthless men who live on the edge of society. Roho, is a bad-boy hero who races Oldworld Gasolines, and fights to make points. He never loses and makes a powerful enemy in Soapy. Roho is considered dangerous and Soapy deals with him in a manner as old as time.

I am anxious to see more of Roho; I related with his character, a man living in an impossible world, doing the best he can. I would recommend Red Denver to readers who like futuristic worlds and Science Fiction.

I was gifted this eBook in return for an honest review.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Joseph Cautilli on June 17, 2014
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As angst sweeps our society, many stories naturally find their home in post apocalyptic worlds. Red Denver : A Post Apocalyptic Short Story is essentially cast that way but it delivers entertainment at a deeper more fast paced and ultimately fulfilling level: the level of an individuals triumph in a chaotic system. Correctly accused of killing a man from Soapy Enterprises and Exchange, Reho stands trial and sentenced to fight to the death gladiator style with a genetically designed war beast. Reho battles are non-stop from the beginning to the end. This story is a thrill ride that keeps the reader turning pages. Reho is a vividly drawn character in radiation blasted world. Reho’s personality is so genuine you will be left holding your breath. Goons and demons pull you right into the story. Beautifully constructed short, which is richly satisfying and well imagined. Readers are going to want more from this author.
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Co-Author Zombies vs Robots Series
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