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Theonite: Planet Adyn (Volume 1) Paperback – May 2, 2016
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About the Author
M. L. Wang was born in Wisconsin in 1992, decided she wanted to be an author at the age of nine, and never grew up. She got her Bachelor of Arts in history from Knox College in 2015 and currently works at a martial arts school in her home city of Madison.
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Theonite was a fantastic book on so many levels. Joan's characterization especially reminded me of my own middle/high school experience as a gifted but heinously bored student. Her discovery and honing of her powers, her pride, and her subsequent loneliness will resonate with anyone who has ever felt like an outsider for being inexpressibly different.
I appreciated the unique world-building/lore as well. Theonite gives us something refreshingly different from the traditional Tolkien-descended Euro-centric manifestation of alternate civilizations and their magic. I'm excited to see how this develops in future installments!
I highly recommend this book. It's well worth checking out this young author for the measly dollar he/she's requesting!
There are about a dozen typos that are in the process of being fixed. The writing itself is good and doesn't get in the way of the excellent ideas one finds on each page of the story.