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    A Must For Fantasy Fans!

    AGE OF MYTH reminded me of all the reasons I love Michael J. Sullivan's writing. From the very first page, the story was intriguing and exciting. As always, the characters are beyond fantastic. Raithe is an awesome hero, Persephone is a very strong woman, Malcolm is hilarious, and Arion is not a mage I'd want to mess with. The plot is engaging and changes enough that I was never bored. The action was intense and nail-biting, especially near the end. But my favourite part of the book (and it was hard to choose, trust me) was the history and mythology of the world. It's not like his previous novels, though it's set in the same universe– fans of Riyria will recognize certain names– thousands of years earlier. Just hearing the stories the characters would tell were fascinating. It's pure fantasy, and I was completely enveloped by the entire book. A must for all fantasy fans. Don't miss on this one!
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    Amazing, as always

    Michael J Sullivan does not disappoint. His books keep getting better and better. He's one of the few authors whose books I read again and again. I love that he has strong female characters, and amusing and very likeable characters in general. I'm certainly eagerly waiting for the next books in this new series.
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    Truely Satisfying

    He does what I want every autbor I read to do; make me give a damn about what is going to happen next. Fully formed characters, plot twists that intrigue, not annoy - what more can you ask for?
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    Age of Myth

    Two words: More please!!! Buy this book! You won't be disappointed. Michael (and everyone involved with him) can really tell a story!!!
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    great choice for engaging fantasy

    Age of Myth is a story set far enough back in the world of Sullivan’s Ryria Revelations series world that you can read it as a stand alone series without spoiling anything. This is a very interesting plan, and as a fan of that series, I enjoyed seeing the history of this world. The set up has a son and father crossing a river that breaks the laws of their people and the gods on the other side. I enjoyed the immediate empathy we get with our main character and the suspenseful twists that will follow. All of the characters were relatable in a way that made me glad to have discovered this new cast of heroes and heroines. The basic story line is how our young hero crossing the river sets off a war with gods. I’m not great at summarizing plot, and it has been a few months since I read this, but my general take was that I enjoyed the story, but the plot line about who would be the new chieftain of one of the featured villages wasn’t as entertaining as the story’s other aspects. Sullivan weaved in some nice twists, and a strong emotional climax. The narrator is top notch, and overall, Age of Myth is a great example of fantasy that can bridge the gap between young readers and adults alike.
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