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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
Aussie Mythology is a work of fiction in the science fiction, family saga drama and space opera sub-genres, and was penned by author Kevin Johnson. Suitable for reading ages from teens and upward, this is an engaging and innovative way to use fantasy and science fiction elements to tell the tale of a somewhat typical Australian family in a far-flung future. You can expect clans of witches and warlocks, space vessels taking off for distant shores, representation of diverse ethnic and disability-related themes in the protagonists, and all-out adventure as this unique family plays out their lives in an Australia quite unlike our own.
Author Kevin Johnson has developed a keen sense of what makes each of his sub-genres work, and in doing so delivers a truly excellent blend of storytelling techniques to bring this really special novel to life. I had no idea what to expect going in, and I was immediately drawn to the author’s skill with character building and development. Through descriptive action and dialogue, we see the family come to life and understand their dynamics without any need for clunky explanations. Their personalities are so diverse and interesting, and their supernatural elements serve to add to this character development rather than being gimmicky or throwaway. This makes for a fun and unpredictable plot which is exciting and satisfying, and overall I would highly recommend Aussie Mythology for fans of speculative and futuristic fiction which is well-penned, well-conceived, and sure to keep you turning pages.