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Warriors of Piathos-bookcover

By: Chrys K. M.

Warriors of Piathos

Pages: 190 Ratings: 5.0
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When a mystical prophecy sent from an alien world crash lands on the quaint aquatic island of the Angelic Oasis just off the north of Californian Sea, ten unexpecting humans are soon each augmented with extraordinary powers.

And with the blessing of their gifts, they swiftly follow the dangers that their title of ‘Warriors of Piathos’ holds. And so, many dark and dangerous threats follow them as they are forever thrown into the reality of deities, celestials, magic and alien worlds…

Born to a Greek mother and a Scottish father in the cultural town of Paisley, in the west of Scotland on October 24th 1989. Mr Morris was exposed to a fantastical range of mythical cultures from an early age, stemming from both Grecian and Caledonian backgrounds.

Ever since the age of eight, Chris had begun to create a whole world of magic and mythology within his mind which he then used as a means of role play with his friends. And so, for many years, Chris had continued to tell the stories of his world along with his buddies, until they were too old to continue playing imaginary.

But that didn’t stop Chris from wanting to keep his world and characters alive, and so he took to literature where he began to write in-depth backgrounds to all of his characters and that of his world which he prides as his greatest achievement.

The journey to Piathos, however, was not an easy one as Mr Morris struggled with many obstacles, including Tourette syndrome, non-epileptic seizures and dyscalculia, which landed him within a school for special needs.

But with a sharp mind and determination, Chris wanted to learn more and thus he pushed himself into further education, all the while joining with the town’s local writers group before commencing into college where he began to write the first in series Warriors of Piathos: The Circle of Destiny all the while studying Media at Cardonald Campus.

Chris then decided to choose the pen name Chrys K. M. to honour his mother’s maiden name Chrysostomou, his old nickname as a child, Kazama. And his father’s surname Morris. Chris is now also a member of Paisley’s up-and-coming comic bookstore Comicrazy where he partakes in a lot of Dungeons and Dragons and runs an open-world campaign of the exciting and expanding universe of Piathos.

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  • J Givens

    This review contains spoilers

    The book is different from what I have read previously. The start of the Novel for the first 100 pages or so was a short story and introduction to the characters and their personalities and perspectives in the ancient world time before destiny. Simply named characters of the oracle's White, Black Green and Blue which together make the 4 Oracle Sisters that oversee the Night Day Land Sky and Seas. The goddesses (oracle's) in my mind are beautiful breathtaking characters and each has their own stories. Black's quest to journey to planet earth to fulfill a prophecy is the beginning of what I hope is going to be a mystical adventure. There must be more so I'm hoping this is a series.

    When we get past the short story we are in the real world with 10 teens who have been given individual unique gifts and artifacts from the oracles. So unlike radioactive spiders they weren't bitten or covered in nuclear waste they witnessed something strange in the night's sky and woke up the next day able to control the elements and other things. It was like journeying back to read stories I'd maybe heard before as a child or teen but told differently. Two very different styles of writing and two completely different elements of the book. It doesn't jump back and forth which makes it easier to follow but I'm desperate to go back to Pathos and read more about the oracle's lives and trials. I hope there is more. I want to see the Warriors at full strength able to dominate and control their powers and see the journey to the world of Pathos.

    I would definitely recommend this book I'd say its teen fiction but to be fair I always liked teen fiction even though I'm in my 30s. Its definitely a good read and I want more.

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