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Tahn - L.A. Kelly Tahn, by L.A. Kelly, is the first in a series of three books about a former mercenary named Tahn Dorn. Tahn has only ever known the life of a mercenary but some time before the events in this story he has a change of heart. He decideds to betray his master and save the life of the Lady Netta, as many of her family as he can, and some children that his master has tasked him to train to follow in his footsteps. The story itself is very predictable from the very beginning. The ending does wrap up the story nicely so that one can read this book without reading the entire series. The biggest hurdle in this book is the Christian slant. L.A. Kelly is a Christian writer and this is very much Christian fiction. The first half of the book almost seems like a serman. This dies down a bit halfway through the book but it still has its moments at the end. Christian fiction fantasy readers will greatly enjoy this story.