Kurintor Nyusi

Book I

Fiction - Fantasy - Epic
189 Pages
Reviewed on 03/15/2018
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Author Biography

Aaron-Michael Hall is an award-winning author residing in Georgia. She loves writing diverse epic fantasy and science fantasy romance. Since August 2015, she has written ten full-length novels and published six. Her first novel, The Rise of Nazil is a Readers’ Favorite award winner (2017).

Aaron-Michael created the Mehlonii language for her diverse Epic Fantasy series. Along with intriguing characters, multilayered plots, new species, deities, and creatures, the Mehlonii language adds that fantastical element missing from most modern epic fantasy. You can listen to samples of the spoken Mehlonii language on her website’s Mehlonii page: https://aaronmichaelhall.com/mehlonii

It is her hope that the readers enjoy the wonders of Faélondul, Ahmezurhran, the Fifth Kingdom, and Tamésa even more than she enjoyed writing about them.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Ray Simmons for Readers' Favorite

I am a huge sci-fi and fantasy fan. I have been reading these two genres since I was a kid. Greek and Norse mythology, Arthurian legends, Robert Heinlein, Isaac Asimov, comic books, classics, I read it all. So sometimes it's hard for me to get excited about new books or new writers in the genre. Some days I believe I’ve simply read too much in these genres, so it’s just too difficult to find a new writer, book, or series that can really excite me or surprise me. Well, that’s just some days. Then, on other days I read a book like Kurintor Nyusi by Aaron-Michael Hall. Suddenly, I’m excited by a new writer and I’m seeing new things in one of my favorite genres. This book is good. It will surprise you with the directions in which it veers off. The characters will leave you scratching your head at the choices they make, but most of all it will keep you reading because it is so entertaining.

When describing an imaginary world with imaginary characters, the power of descriptive details cannot be over emphasized. This is an area where Aaron-Michael Hall excels. I felt I have been to this world. The place felt real to me and so did the characters. That was nice because as the personalities were revealed, you could see how this world, this environment, formed them and why they want what they want and act like they act. I thought the female characters were especially well written, especially considering the feudal society they lived in. The plot is good and reflects the environment and the power involved. Kurintor Nyusi is a well written fantasy novel and Aaron-Michael Hall is a writer to watch.