Kithryn Mythrin Book One: Magic, Mystics, and Mayhem

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Kit has never been a hero, until she got mixed up in an assassination plot. Now she's stuck playing protector to the 15 year old prince of Mertia that everyone wants to kill except those that would benefit most from his death. Can she really leave him to die and let the one province she's not wanted in descend into war? More

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About B. "Tealya" Lord

B. "Tealya" Lord, or just Tealya to most people, is a long time writer, though first time author. She began writing at the age of two with a scribbled story about making cookies and not sharing them with her brothers. Her mother graciously translated the scribbles so that others (including Tealya herself) would be able to read them years down the road. She has published a poem and a short story before this, but Kithryn Mythrin Book One is her first novel. Tealya is also an artist and runs two webcomics , Yang Child and Tainted. Both of which are free to read on the web.

If you would like to see more of Tealya's art, you can find it at http://tealya.deviantart.com/

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kinjate reviewed on on Jan. 26, 2014

I really enjoyed reading "Kithryn Mythrin"

The author already wrote an accurate synopsis of the book and I dont want to give away any spoilers so ill limit my review to what made the book enjoyable for me.

There was very good character development. The main characters, while not your typical teenagers, are teenagers. And like all teenagers they can tend to be know it alls which the author captured well. It makes for some comical moments. There is also character growth, especially with Johnny. Although not the hero of the story, Johnny reminded me of a whiny Luke Skywalker that is thrust into a world where he has to grow up.

Another thing I liked was the style in how the book was written. The author uses Kit, the hero of the story, to break the fourth wall with the reader. It feels as if you're sitting with Kit around a fire and she is telling you a story. As you are reading, and something new pops out that needs an explanation, Kit pauses the story as if reading your mind to explain things to you. Even better she sometimes acts as if you paused the story and scolds you that, yes she will explain, but she is kind of busy right now! This was all well done and made for some humorous moments.

There was also artwork that was very well done that captured the characters and helped draw you into the story. All and all a good read.
(reviewed 39 days after purchase)
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