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The Descent of Perfection

Seth Kenlon

Book Overview: 

Aran Mylo, a simple alchemist and monk, is compelled to go on a disjointed journey through a troubled fantasy world in order to search for her long lost teacher, Procyon Camelopardes.

Away from the solitude of her own cottage, Aran Mylo finds herself in the company of a court fool, a mysterious bard, two opposing queens, religious rivals, and spies. It seems that no one she meets on her journey is who or what they seem to be. But then again, neither is she.

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .y politician, but the gesture meant free food, and a chance to see the inside of the truly beautiful structure she'd just been admiring from afar. So she followed.

They turned a corner after a short while and Aran Mylo's question was answered; "you all" did apparently mean "monks", for a crowd waiting just for them consisted entirely of men dressed in the robes of various Orders of monks. She saw a number of Alchemists, who wore brown robes just as she did. There were a number of Dyn-Alys, all wearing white or light gray.

Luckily for Aran Mylo, most monks were not like Galano, in that they did not tend to socialize among even one another. So when she joined their ranks, she felt right at home. Spoke only if you were spoken to, avert eye contact, and ponder the eternal mysteries. It was simple, comforting.

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Community Reviews

This was a very interesting book. The twists at the end were rather novel. The main character was very stoic and very detached which made one of the twists at the end seem very odd and almost out of character. Regardless the actions of Aryan Mylo were consistent through the remainder of the book and

A semi-nonlinear fantasy story about cults and real estate and secret code words and all kinds of odd things that I tend to like. Ostensibly the story is just about an up-and-coming wizard who goes out into the Real World to find her long-lost teacher, but it quickly becomes an esoteric journey thro