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Red Prophet (Tales of Alvin Maker, Book 2) Mass Market Paperback – July 15, 1992
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If I were to list the genre of this book I would list it at a historical fantasy fiction. That being said this is a pretty good book as a fantasy fiction goes. The style of writing which Orson S. Card's employees seems similar to the time period. That is even more noticeable if you are listening to the audio version read by Nana Visitor. The story that is presented is an on going tale of Alvin, a young boy who has a special gift of healing the bad things which have been destroyed by a evil force know as the Unmaker.
This is the second book in this series, but stands fairly well on its own. I am half way through the third book which continues to address the issues of the time period as Card also builds onto the story of Alvin Maker..