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(Prophecies of The Nine #1)

3.78  ·  Rating details ·  153 ratings  ·  43 reviews
Kylah Keenen’s life is finally back on track. It’s been five long years since her parents’ death and she’s doing well––finally. She’s a costume designer for a Broadway show in New York and part owner in Keenen’s Irish Pub with her brothers and sister-in-law. Everything is perfect ... or so she thinks.

It’s only a matter of time before odd things start happening around her,
Published June 19th 2012 by Amber Leaf Publishing / Smashwords (first published May 28th 2012)
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Dec 14, 2011 rated it it was amazing
I had the pleasure of reading this as a beta reader and I can honestly say, I'm so intrigued by this story and all its characters, that it's put a delay in my own writing. I've gotten so wrapped up in Brynn's world and the potential for the next book in the series, I seriously can't focus. LOL

This novella is the prequel to the series that will feature the warriors of The Nine, and if you guys have visited Brynn's website, then you'll know that these warriors are indeed badass!! I can't wait to m
Perry ★TBBSisterhood Blog★
May 26, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: quick-read
WOW.. just wow. Where to even begin? I was lucky enough to read the ARC copy of this book and I am so beyond elated that I can barely contain it. This has got to be one of the most promising starts to a UF series in a very long time!!

Now let me harness all of my squeeing energy into a coherent review, or at least try. If I start over-abusing the exclamation marks then you've been warned (and cut a girl some slack.)

This is a very quick paced novella about Kylah Keenan, who's secretly granddaughte
V. Mariketa  Nix
Jan 04, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Absolutely amazing novella!! I waited a long time to read Entasy and can truly say Brynn Myers draws you in with a stunning front cover, colorful characters and a breathtaking "Gasp!" at the end! Bring on more Prophecies!!
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Jan 09, 2013 rated it it was amazing
I was fortunate enough to receive Entasy to review for part of the Blog Tour! And just want to say Thank you to Brynn Myers for allowing me to have this opportunity to review this book.

Okay lets dive right into the review!

A bit about Entasy by Brynn Myers, Entasy is a prequel to the upcoming books in the “Prophecies of The Nine” series, Entasy focuses on Kylah's story and her coming to realize that the person she thought she was isn’t who she truly is at all, and as her memories return and who
Paranormal Reads
Jun 18, 2012 rated it it was amazing
I was fortunate enough to receive Entasy to review for part of the Blog Tour! And just want to say Thank you for having this opportunity to review this book, Okay lets dive right into the review!

A bit about Entasy by Brynn Myers, Entasy is a prequel to the upcoming books in the “Prophecies of The Nine” series, Entasy focuses on Kylah story and her coming to realize that the person she thought she was isn’t who she is truly at all, and as her memories return and who she is underneath begins to s
Dec 15, 2011 rated it it was amazing
WOW, this prequel/novella has everything that I craved for: action, suspense, mysterious creatures, Celtic legends and myths, sadist bad guy, wonderful and kick-ass female character and of course a bunch of super sexy, yummy, handsome, supernatural hotness! This story was overwhelming and I loved it!

Kylah is having some strange dreams lately filled with awful creatures. She doesn't really give a second though until she meets someone as weird as the creature from her dream. Then, her brothers beg
Ella K Paris
Jun 02, 2012 rated it it was amazing
WOW...This is only the beginning of the Prophcies of the Nine series.
So very intruguing. The Nine make their presence known in this prequel/novella and are awaiting life through the writing of Brynn Myers. I am waiting...waiting on the next installment.This novella truly leaves you wanting more and to know we have the whole Nine to get to know through the keen mind and clever writing skills of Brynn Myers. Yes I am eagerly waiting.
Chelsey Wolford
Jul 03, 2012 rated it really liked it
What I would first suggest to all of my lovely readers would be to venture on over to Brynn Myer’s website and check out the upcoming Prophecies of the Nine Series to understand a little bit more of Kylah’s world. The following quote is taken directly from the website speaking about this upcoming series, “The Prophecies of The Nine is a breathtaking urban fantasy series featuring the warriors of The Nine, a unique band of fighters all chosen for their individual talen ...more
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Jun 11, 2012 rated it really liked it
This is the first book of Brynn Myers I have read and I have to say, I was enchanted from the beginning.

Kylah has been having terrible nightmares that leave her exhausted. So when she sees something that she can't even fathom is real, she is thrown into a world that she was hidden from for her safety. What I loved best about Kylah was her spunk. Being a good ole Irish girl will give you that in spades but I fell in love with her myself. She understood that her brothers are overprotective and it
Charity Costa
Let me start by saying when I finished this book, I sat there in stunned silence, running on a serious book high. Its not often I'm left speechless and the only coherent thought and sentence I could form was "HOLY S**T!!!"

Lets do this review a little different shall we?

Fast Paced - CHECK! I felt like I flew through the pages of this novella.

Enticing and Alluring - CHECK! I was on the edge of my seat through every page.

Great World Building - CHECK! Brynn must have a vault of ideas for this world
May 24, 2012 rated it really liked it
This is a brilliant beginning to what seems to be an amazing Celtic series. I immediately fell in love with a few of the characters, while having a complete hatred of one in particular. It is the perfect story! Being able to sympathize and relate to the main character was easy since the author so skillfully wove a tale so intense that you couldn't help but want to be in it. I enjoyed following Kylah throughout her trials and tribulations and watching her grow into her new role in life. This acti ...more
Jul 05, 2013 rated it it was amazing
I'm sad that its already over! What an amazing start to a series! Cannot wait for the other books to release so that I might be able to get my hands on them! Fantastic book!
Nemo (The Moonlight Library)
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Entasy is a prequel to Brynn Meyer’s forthcoming adult fantasy novel Redemption, and although it’s probably not something I’d normally pick up unprompted, Brynn sent me a copy to see if I’d like her writing because I’d expressed an interest in Redemption. This is my honest review.

Entasy takes place in modern-day New York, with our heroine, Kylah, a Broadway costume designer, struggling against the overwhelming control and protection her two el
Marie DeLaRosa
Sep 24, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: reviewed
I was fortunate enough to receive Entasy to review for part of the Blog Tour! And just want to say Thank you to Brynn Myers for allowing me to have this opportunity to review this book.

Okay lets dive right into the review!

A bit about Entasy by Brynn Myers, Entasy is a prequel to the upcoming books in the “Prophecies of The Nine” series, Entasy focuses on Kylah's story and her coming to realize that the person she thought she was isn’t who she truly is at all, and as her memories return
Jun 12, 2012 rated it really liked it
It is great to re-read a book and then get new perspective on it and I am still blown away the second time I read this. Full of action and steamy hot moments with her dream man Kylah is struggling with secrets yet to be revealed. I devoured this short novella and I am now diving into the the second book in this series, can't wait to read it.

Where has this gem of a story been hiding, I wish it was January already so I can read the next book. Kylah is just your average costume designer with over-p
Stephanie  G
Kylah is a goddess but after the tragic death of her parents, the gods believed it better to suppress those memories and in order to keep her safe. Kylah believes herself and brothers to be normal humans. But her missing knowledge may be her down fall. When her parent’s killer finds her, he sends his minions out to retrieve her. If she doesn't remember who she is and embrace her destiny all might be lost.

The story line was unique and intriguing. I enjoyed the plot and character building. The wor
Jul 04, 2012 rated it really liked it
I saw the cover and was intrigued, I read the blurb, and when I saw the references to Ireland and Irish myths... I just knew I had to read it!

Kylah is an Irish girl, living in New York with her protective brothers since her parents died. But that is not really who or what Kylah really is... and finding out everything about herself because of the Halloween costume she made for herself will put her in a danger she would have never expected.

This book is the introduction to the Prophecies of the Nin
Oct 26, 2013 rated it really liked it
“Entasy” is a fantastic read. In the beginning I was a little unsure, but once I got into it I could not put it down; I am hooked! Kylah memories have been hidden from her but for her own safety. When events happen that cause her to watch someone she love taken away from her, she has to accept who she is if she has any chance of protecting those she love. I recommend this book to anyone who loves a great paranormal read and I look forward to read the next book in the series; “Redemption.” This i ...more
May 19, 2014 rated it it was amazing
I called my sister and said "I'm bored send me something to read." She picked the perfect book. When I started reading it I was a little thrown off by reading multiple characters in first person but once I got use to that it turned out to be a awesome little book.

Kylah has attitude, opinions, and secrets she doesn't even know yet. Liam's tidbits were the perfect introduction to a villain. Aerric made a minor appearance and I just wanted more of the story by the end of the book. The ending was f
Jun 14, 2013 rated it liked it
I liked this book. It took me a bit to catch on to the dream in the beginning so I was a little confused for a bit. But after that things moved better. I will read the second book. I happen to really enjoy books with Gods and Goddesses and know a little about The Morrigan and Brighid. So it is even better since they are the Goddesses in this book. I think that this will be an enjoyable series.
Audi Forest
Sep 26, 2012 rated it it was amazing
This book was extremely intriguing. I loved the concept and how the story leaves you wanting to start reading the next book. I cannot even wait until Redemption comes out. And I can't wait to see how Kylah and Aerric's story will play out. But I do hope they get their happily ever after! January 2013, please come sooner!
Sarah Lazowski
Feb 13, 2013 rated it it was amazing
WOW! Where do I being? I absolutely loved this book! From start to finish I was wrapped up in the book, it felt like I was literally there experiencing what Kylah was, seeing things through her eyes. I can not wait for the next book to come out and I HIGHLY recommend this book!
Jun 11, 2012 rated it really liked it
Very promising and intriguing beginning of the series! Interesting mythology and charismatic characters suggest a great sequel - looking forward to the release of it! Highly recommended!
Aug 17, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Damn.. just awesome. I'm now climbing the walls needing to read more of this tale!!
Karla(Book Addict)
May 28, 2012 rated it really liked it
deleting reviews if you want to take a look at them you can do so on my blog, link on my profile
This actually merits 2.5 STARS rather than 3 but I thought I’d be nice and round up instead of down.

First off, let me just say, I LIKE THE CONCEPT for this book even if the review that follows seems very negative. I merely mean the following review as constructive criticism albeit in an extreme sense.

The plot has potential. It’s very intriguing and unique. The idea of using Celtic mythology as the foundation for a story was what captured my attention in the first place. But, the plot is lacking
Captivating prequel to Brynn’s rich Celtic myth and magic urban fantasy series!

“To some, you are a way to the light and to others you will be their true destruction.”

All of Brynn Myers’ books have been on my want-to-read list ever since I met her at the Coastal Magic Convention last February. She originally came to my attention when she was one of the brilliantly funny panelists on a highly entertaining panel. I still laugh when I think of the hijinks that took place in that panel! Shortly aft
Jun 10, 2013 rated it liked it
Entasy is about a girl, Kylah, that has a very over protective brother trying to live her life as a costume designer in New York City. Lately she has been having some really weird dreams/nightmares that turn out to be real and or the memories that were taken from her about her past. After being attacked by an assassin of the sadistic bad guy, Kylah's memories are forced back upon her and is taken to her grandmothers, who are goddesses, for safe keeping. In the end she is given a letter explainin ...more
Oct 01, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: first-reads
Entasy by Brynn Myers.
Entasy was a good book that I enjoyed. This is the first book that I have received for free from the Goodreads Giveaway. I was very excited when it arrived. The cover art is beautiful, both front and back, it fits the story very well. I even enjoyed the chapter art. The story line was great, a damaged and broken young fae, spelled into forgetfulness in an effort to heal the horrific wounds to her soul. I liked the family dynamic. I was a little disappointed at the strength
May 11, 2012 rated it liked it
Shelves: books-i-own, ebooks
This novella was sort of confusing at first. It’s written differently, for a more mature audience and it was hard to differentiate the characters that were telling the story in different chapters. It’s always hard to get into a story, but sometimes you get lucky and it explains it all perfectly. I liked the style of this book, the direction that it’s going towards. It can be quite sexual at times, which is why it’s for a more mature audience. The ending of the novella explains things in more det ...more
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Brynn Myers is a paranormal romance author. After considering writing a hobby for years, she finally turned her passion and talent into a career. She came into the paranormal genre later than most but has always loved fairy-tales and all things magical. Using that love, she creates charmed worlds by writing stories involving passionate, strong willed characters with something to discover.

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Prophecies of The Nine (3 books)
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“As the red-haired female watched, it was obvious she could not process what was happening. It was as though she had never seen anything magical; her fear had her locked in place, unable to move.
In her reality, humans didn’t “feed” off of other humans, but the Sluagh were not human. They were demons and ghosts that haunt and invade. They were your darkest fears. The nightmarish creatures were a part of folklore passed down from generation to generation. The Sluagh were in essence rejected by heaven and hell, existing in the human realm only to consume souls. Humans were blinded by the magic that existed in the world. They assumed fairytales were just someone’s wild imagination, creative tales told to delight and frighten children. It was this lack of acknowledgement that made humans the perfect prey for these outcasts.”
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