Quest for Leviathan Review, Character Spotlight, and Giveaway!

Are sea monsters a real thing? What about fire-breathing dragons? According to the Bible, there is a fire-breathing sea creature who really existed: the leviathan. Amanda Tero brings this dragon to life in her newest short story, “Quest for Leviathan.” Join Anath and his crew of ninety-nine rowers as they face the waves of the Mediterranean Sea and the power of Leviathan.


About the Story


Leviathan took the life of his father.

Anath has spent three years preparing for the voyage that will end the threat of Leviathan. Yet as the Valor launches into the depths of the Mediterranean, an inward quest also begins, taking Anath to depths he is not willing to face.

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Character Spotlight – Anath


Likes: Adventure, challenge

Dislikes: Being alone, being told what to do
What motivates you: The revenge of my father’s death
Favorite food: fish
Something you would like to do just once: Definitely defeat Leviathan. It will only take once to fulfill my entire life’s goal!
Something that scares you: Nothing (that I will admit to)
About Anath: Anath was orphaned at a young age and his entire purpose for living has been wrapped around defeating Leviathan to avenge his father’s untimely death. His father was the master of the seas–he should never have been killed by the sea.
My Perspective
This is a wonderful short story. Amanda Tero has such a wonderful way of weaving the gospel into such unique story lines that capture my heart and my attention. I think there is a little bit of Anath in us all, and that is why we can so easily relate and connect to his character. But he had to learn a hard lesson, one that we all need to remember – trust in the Lord. Allow Him to rule your life. Easy to say, hard to live out day to day. I absolutely loved the sketches too, it really made the story come to life for me – better then I could have thought up in my own mind. My only complaint – it was too short. Which is the point of a short story, however I wanted to see more of Anath. I hope this isn’t the last of him!
If you’re looking for an uplifting, fun short story, then I encourage you to give this one a try! I received a complimentary copy of this book. I was not required to write a favorable review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.



Blog Tour Schedule


June 8 – With a Joyful Noise

               Resting Life

              The World of the Writer

              Authoring Arrowheads

              Purely by Faith Review

June 9 – Victoria’s Book Nook

              Bekah’s Books

June 11 – Clothed with Scarlet

              Reveries Reviews

June 12 – Chosen Vessels

              My Purple Pen

              Read Another Page

June 13 – Once Upon an Ordinary

              Maidens for Modesty

              Yahweh Sisters

June 14 – Honey Rock Hills

              Life of Heritage Corner

              Kaylee’s Kind of Writes

June 15 – The Red-Hooded Writer

              Blossoms and Blessings

              Lit Aflame

June 16 – The Left-Handed Typist

              Encouraging Words from the Tea Queen

June 18 – Great Books for God’s Girls

              Peculiar Miss Darcy

June 19 – Done in Love

              Creating Romance

June 20 – Keturah’s Korner

              Rock and Minerals 4 Him

June 21 – A Baker’s Perspective

              Christian Author: A.M. Heath

June 22 – Writings, Ramblings, and Reflections

              Views from the Window Friend

              Hunting for Truth

June 23 – Reading on the Edge

              Summer Snowflakes

June 25 – With a Joyful Noise


Amanda is giving away TWO print copies of “Quest for Leviathan” to one winner — one for you, and one for your friend!
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About the Author

Amanda Tero


Amanda Tero began her love for words at a young age—reading anything she could get her hands on and penning short stories as young as age eight. Since graduation, she has honed her writing skills by dedicated practice and study of the writing craft. She began her journey of publication with a few short stories that she had written for her sisters and continued to add to her collection with other short stories, novellas, and novels. It is her utmost desire to write that which not only pleases her Lord and Savior, but also draws the reader into a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ.


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