Started Jan 19, 2011
Trailer for Progeny Print edition released December 1st, 2010, Kindle on February 4th, 2011 Existing Reviews:"Anyone who enjoys adventure stories or magical and paranormal I would suggest you…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by R.T. Kaelin Feb 15, 2011.
Here are some existing reviews:
"From the first chapter I was completely hooked.
Anyone who enjoys adventure stories or magical and paranormal I would suggest you give this a try. For me, Progeny is in league with both The Chronicles of Narnia and Lord of the Rings and far better than Harry Potter - Progeny has a wealth of depth to it that I haven't seen in many books.
Progeny is well paced, and seamlessly weaves lots of stories and characters without effort or flaw."
“When I picked up Progeny, I was soon swept up into a world so large, and a tale so relentless, that I could not put it down. The plot flows as strongly as a waterfall but manages to pace itself and keep the reader guessing.
The disparate characters we meet along the way are intriguing and richly nuanced, reminding one of Tolkien's without being derivative. This is a big book and a big world, surprisingly well conceived for a first novel. I very much look forward to the next book in the series, and I strongly encourage Mr. Kaelin to keep writing.”
-D. Kistner, Associate Editor of FutureCycle Press
"Progeny is the debut novel of R.T. Kaelin and I have to say I was really impressed. The story moves right along, but Kaelin takes the time to flesh it out and give the world and the characters depth. I got caught up and wanted to know what happens next. Not to mention wanting to know more and more about the world I was immersed into.
Overall, I would favorably compare his writing with Brandon Sanderson, Scott Lynch, (early) Robert Jordan and even a bit of David Eddings flavor mixed in. I really enjoyed this book and my biggest disappointment is going to be waiting for the next installment."
-C. Shadis, reviewer at LibraryThing.com
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