Age of Myth, Book One of The Legends of the First Empire – Audiobook

Age of Myth, Book One of The Legends of the First Empire – Audiobook by Michael J. Sullivan.

I really enjoyed Age of Myth. After reading some of the best fantasy novels have to offer (at least in my humble opinion) like George R. R. Martin, Patrick Rothfuss, and Brandon Sanderson, it can be really tough to get in. new fantasy novels. However, I continued my search for a new series for a long time. For some reason (probably cover art), I decided to try Michael J. Sullivan’s prequel novel set in the same world as his previous series, Riyria Revelation and Chronicles. It feels a bit odd to jump into a world that already has so many book entries, but that’s worked out well.

At the beginning of the audiobook for Age of Myth, it was Sullivan who gave a ten-minute synopsis that basically tells you that you don’t have to read another series to jump in here. This series is set in the same world but happens thousands of years before his other series. Age of Myth doesn’t make the best first impression and is a bit tedious. Fortunately, both the world and the characters open up and the novel begins to take shape about 20%. That starts with his character development as we begin to get acquainted with the highly complex and multifaceted protagonist sequence that takes us through this adventure.

What made me want to invest in a fantasy series was learning about both the characters and the dynamics of the combined world. I love learning about customs, politics and religion. There are basically two types of people in this world, one who lives an ordinary human life (under a hundred years), and there are the Gods of this world who live for thousands of lives. It is interesting that the two sects do not know each other well and the dynamics between the two sects are explored throughout the book. There is also a system of magic in Age of Myth, which the gods use to show dominion over the rest of the world. Unlike the books of Brandon Sanderson, the magic is implied to be a thing and is not described or overly complicated with rules.

I really love Age of Myth’s journey and it’s just a little short at the end. For the majority of this book, I anticipate giving it a perfect 5/5. Great characters, interesting worlds, and world mysteries make me want more. However, you eventually realize that Sullivan has pretty much put his hand out in the book, and by the last few paragraphs, the conclusion is clearly factual. And while I knew I would continue with the series, the lackluster ending made it a top-notch fantasy novel.

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