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Kristen Britain

USA flag (b.1965)

Kristen Britain lives in New Mexico where she writes full time and pursues interests including reading, guitar playing, and illustration. She enjoys exploring the magical places around her and can often be found paddling a canoe in stillwater, ambling through the woods to mountain summits, or sitting along the rocky shore listening, watching, and daydreaming.

Genres: Fantasy
Kristen Britain recommends
Path of Fate (2003)
(Path, book 1)
Diana Pharaoh Francis
"What’s better than a story about a stubborn, likable heroine thrust into events fraught with danger, wizards, and gods? Well, all of the above, plus a goshawk. . . . I thoroughly enjoyed Path of Fate by the talented Diana Pharaoh Francis and look forward to more of the adventures of Reisil and her goshawk, Saljane."
The Goblin Emperor (2014)
(Goblin Emperor, book 1)
Katherine Addison
"I enjoyed The Goblin Emperor a great deal. I was sucked right into her world of goblins, elves, and airships, and was anxious to the very end to find out how Maia, the unwanted halfblood son of the Emperor, who finds himself unexpectedly on the throne, learns to navigate the intrigues and danger of the imperial court. An engrossing read!"
Dreamer's Pool (2014)
(Blackthorn & Grim, book 1)
Juliet Marillier
"Dreamer’s Pool is a fabulous read, a rich tale that resonates of deepest myth peopled by well-drawn characters who must sort out their personal demons, while unraveling mysteries both brutally human and magical."
The Summer Dragon (2016)
(Evertide, book 1)
Todd Lockwood
"I loved The Summer Dragon! I couldn't put it down, even though I should have been working on my own book."
From Unseen Fire (2018)
(Aven Cycle, book 1)
Cass Morris
"Cass Morris brings ancient Rome to life with all its particular details, passions, and political intrigue, and populates it with captivating characters. Then she sprinkles it with magic. Yeah, that’s the stuff."
Search Image (2018)
(Web Shifter's Library, book 1)
Julie E Czerneda
"Julie Czerneda's novels ignite my sense of wonder, from the amazing worlds she creates, to the fully realized aliens and likeable characters. I eagerly await her next."
The Women's War (2019)
(Women's War, book 1)
Jenna Glass
"A wonderful read set in a well-realized world filled with terrific characters . . . I cannot wait for the next book!"

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