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Pithea (Pithea Series, #1)

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In the near future, a devastating global war leads to a worldwide ban on the use of all technology. A few hundred years after the war, a sort of magic—called the Power—manifests in every living person. Thousands of years later, the Power has become a part of everyday life in the country of Pithea.

Missy Seeger is struggling to find her place in the world. She reluctantly
Paperback, 393 pages
Published January 10th 2020 by Independently Published
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Emily Wyatt
Jan 05, 2020 rated it really liked it
The fantasy setting of this book was really engaging. I enjoyed getting to see how the Powers and Madness worked and how it played out in each of the characters’ lives! I enjoyed one character arc in particular, but will keep it a secret, cause, spoilers ...more
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Kristi is a wife and mother of two, a Christian, a homeschool teacher, a native Hoosier, and a reader of many different genres of books.

Kristi has been writing for much of her life, becoming more serious about it in 2013. Her first published work is a novelette titled The Triangle.

The bulk of her work in the last few years has been on a series of books that she describes as speculative fiction