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About the Author

R.T. Kaelin grew up in Cincinnati and now resides in Columbus, Ohio with his beautiful wife and the two best kids ever. For years, he worked in information technology, but felt there was something more waiting for him. He always had an active imagination, so one day he decided to do something with it. R.T. Kaelin's son and daughter are too young to grasp it fully, but they are the reason he writes. His favorite place in the world is any barely-occupied, tucked-away corner of Tuscany.

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  • File Size: 1573 KB
  • Print Length: 658 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0615678858
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Terrene Press; 1 edition (December 2, 2013)
  • Publication Date: December 2, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B009FR9POG
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R.T. Kaelin: is a loving husband, father of two wonderful children, and a lifelong resident of Ohio, currently living in Columbus. After graduating from college, for the first twelve years of his career he has worked as a software engineer. While writing for a local Columbus gaming group, it was suggested he try his hand at writing something more prodigious. Encouraged, he committed to the undertaking, and wrote, Progeny, the first volume in the Children of the White Lions series. The book has garnered critical acclaim, drawing comparisons to the giants of the genre, and has fostered an ever-growing fan base. As he edits the second in the series, he also is working on the Terrene Chronicles, a number of short stories that take place prior to the events in Progeny.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By C. Wilkins on September 18, 2012
Format: Paperback
I love this series. I was so enchanted and enthralled with Progeny I could only hope that Kaelin would be able to keep the momentum in the subsequent volumes. With Prophecy, I was not disappointed. This book contains very satisfying doses of character development, action, spellbinding magic and drama. There are enough totally unexpected twists and turns along the way that you are kept on your toes as a reader. I fell in love with the characters in Progeny and was so invested in their individual stories as the journey continued on, and there are amazing new characters introduced in Prophecy which I fell as equally in love with. I agree with another reviewer that Kaelin is at his best when writing battle scenes, but I also feel that he so smartly writes interactions between the characters, especially when there are a group of them all together. I absolutely cannot wait to see how this story will develop and finally resolve in the future volumes. I am on board and along for the ride!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on September 13, 2012
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Okay, I am biased but I will write as much of an unbiased review that I can. In the sense of disclosure, I have been one of Ryan's part time/freelance editors for about a year now. I loved Progeny and when I had the opportunity to help tidy up Prophecy I felt honored and excited. I will do my best to write a spoiler free review so you need not fear reading on!

War has overtaken the Oaken duchies and it falls to our heroes to prepare defenses against the advancing horde of Sudashians. Shaped by battles and diplomacy Nik, Jak and Kenders aren't mere children anymore. Nik has grown into his powers and Kenders has been honing her own control over magic by apprenticing under one of Terrene's most powerful mages. Jak has been making great strides of his own while training with the Shadow Manes soldiers. In this newest book, they all face trials of the mind, heart, and arms as the tale weaves about multiple plots.

Prophecy is more complex than Progeny was in so many ways. The stage has shifted from a single duchy to all of them and more. Our heroes we fell in love with in Progeny are all back with a couple new ones thrown in for good measure. Within Prophecy, a clever reader is made more aware of what motivates the "evil" gods of the Cabal and their plans to return. We also become cognizant of the ulterior motives of the "good" and neutral gods and begin to question everyone's goals. There are even a few new races we meet throughout the adventures within Prophecy's pages. And for Kaelin's biggest fans, Prophecy is loaded with references to the short stories Ryan has written and given away for free on his website.

Prophecy was a lot of fun to read and continues the epic tale set forth by Progeny.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on October 20, 2012
Format: Paperback
Over a year ago I wrote a review for a New Author named RT Kaelin. I was very interested in reviewing his book Progeny which is the first book in a series of fantasy books about a world named Terrene and two young people, brother and sister, who discover that their lives are not what they seem.

I loved Progeny due to the level of writing (very smooth, easy to read, very descriptive) and because I "connected" to the characters in the book. Kenders & Nikalys both seemed like great kids, full of mischief, personality and potential.

When I was approached about doing a review of Prophecy I jumped at the chance even though I am absolutely swamped (I've read 5 full length books in addition to Prophecy (600+ pages) in the last 2 weeks). I wanted to know what the next book would tell us about the fight between good & evil, the growth of Kenders, Nikalys and Jak their brother. It wasn't quite what I expected.

Prophecy has the same high quality writing, the scenes are well thought out and each character is well rounded. Many of the vague details and events mentioned in Progeny are described more thoroughly and you will meet new characters (Khin, Rhohn, Wren, Tobias and my favorite Okollu & Broedi who is from Book 1) from many different races and species. I loved to see the maturity of Nikalys grow from boy to man by the end of the book. Kenders still has a ways to go - and I'm sure we'll see her maturity come out in book 3. We also learn about the history of the White Lions and why they were formed as well as learn of a Prophecy that provides clues to events to come. Book 2 sets up the foundation of the rest of the series by giving us the background and a peek at the future of the World of Terrene.

That being said, I struggled some with this book.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Avid Reader on November 5, 2012
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I waited a long time for this book, and I was not disappointed. The story line was a roller coaster of events, leading places I thought it might and more that I never imagined. The characters continue to mature and new, exciting ones join the crew. I finished the book wishing that, even at 750ish pages (estimated), there was even more. But don't get me wrong, it has one hell of an ending. If you liked the first, you'll love the newest installment.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By T.L. Gray on October 30, 2012
Format: Kindle Edition
*Review Published in The West Georgia Living Magazine - Nov/Dec 2012 edition

I feel very privileged that I was one of the lucky ones to receive an ARC (Advanced Readers Copy) of the second book of The Children of the White Lions series, The Prophecy from author R.T. Kaelin. I was so excited that I put aside another project I was reading to dive right in, and I was NOT disappointed.

This story picks right up where the first book left off, with our heroes having survived their first huge battle. They suffered loss and experienced a bit of tragedy, but instead of being defeated and depressed, they rose to the challenge and put on a shield of determination.

One of the first things I loved about this second installment was the way R.T. Kaelin brought us back to the basics and these powerful, wonderful heroes back to earth by showing their weaknesses and frailties. Though they may be the "Progeny", something prophesied by the great heroes that come before them, and had won their first victory, they were still far from where they needed to be in order to fulfill their destiny. They still had a lot to learn, a lot more to overcome, and they realized they were inept and didn't know everything. This is called Character Building, and is true in both life and fiction. THIS is what I love about story-telling - using fiction as a tool for teaching an inspirational message through example; giving readers something to think about and a hope to overcome their own challenges in life. Showing that our titles, inheritance and privilege (or lack thereof) isn't what makes us who we are - but the choices we make during moments of adversity.
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