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The characters are introduced to the reader gradually throughout the story which made the book a very relaxing read.
I liked the fact that this, though a classic story of good versus evil, didn't have a cast of characters who were black and white, cookie-cutter heroes or villains.
Kaelin's characters are beautifully rich and well developed, as is the history behind the story and the world which he eloquently creates.
I started this book after reading six Brandon Sanderson novels. Tough act to follow, but Kaelin pulled it off. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kiki
This was a featured free eBook and it was actually pretty interesting read.Published 3 months ago by Cheraton M. Vetrano
I only intended to read a few pages of Progeny before I purchased it for my twelve year old grandson as fantasy fiction is not my normal reading style. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Jean Scherz
I read both Progeny and Prophecy. Sibling bonds, true friends, fate, evil, good, and a bit of help granted by the gods make it a good journey.Published 19 months ago by Mary Archer
I am a 5th grade teacher, and I am always looking for literature to share with my students and my children. This series is one of my favorites! Read morePublished 20 months ago by Jenny
My wife is an aspiring author and she has said several times that a good story is one in which the reader finds him/herself present within the story, where you can see what the... Read morePublished 20 months ago by lgal
Reminders of the myst series of Brandon Sanderson. Great characters like David Eddings. A very good read. You won't be disappointed.Published 20 months ago by Matthew Sciarrino Jr.
The Progeny, book one of The Children of the White Lions, by R.T. Kaelin brought epic fantasy back into my life. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Cynthia Martens
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Progeny is one of those books you see made into a movie. Read more