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Overview

On her days-long journey home, Karigan Gladheon trudges through the immense forest called Green Cloak. She is leaving school, or, more accurately, she has been asked to leave. "Suspended indefinitely," the dean said. And for what? Challenging and thrashing Timas Mirwell in the practice ring. Karigan felt no remorse when she stood over the heir of the lord-governor of Mirwell province, her wooden practice sword at his throat. He had humiliated her, the daughter of a "mere" merchant, since the first day of school. But now, as she faces the long road home, hoping to arrive in Corsa before the dean's letter does, she wonders if she should just hire herself out on a merchant barge as her father did and stay away for good. She has too much pride, too hot a temper, and a penchant for danger - a life of travel, adventure and commerce will undoubtedly suit her just as it has her father. But before Karigan's ponderings can become a definite plan, her thoughts are interrupted by the clattering of hooves, as a galloping horse bursts from the woods in an explosion of branches, the rider slumped over his mount's neck, impaled by two black-shafted arrows. As the young rider lies dying on the road, he tells Karigan that he is a Green Rider, one of the legendary messengers of the king, and that he bears a "life and death" message for King Zachary in his horse's satchel. He begs Karigan to carry his message, warning her not to read it, and when she reluctantly agrees, he makes her swear on his sword to deliver the message "for love of her country." As he bestows upon her the golden winged-horse brooch which is the symbol of his office, she seems to hear the ghostly sound of great wings beating the air, of silver-shod hooves galloping...and of invisible lips murmuring, "Welcome rider..." But beside her on the road, the messenger only whispers, "Beware the shadow man!" with his dying breath. This promise given to a dying man changes Karigan's life forever.
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Publishers Weekly - Publisher's Weekly
Britain's first novel is a classic quest tale set in a standardized medieval fantasy world. It begins when protagonist Karigan G'ladheon is expelled from an exclusive school. In a forest on the way home, she encounters one of the magically bound Green Riders, who carries a vital message for King Zachary. The messenger is dying with assassins' arrows in his back, so with more loyalty than caution, Karigan takes over his magic brooch. This also means taking over his mission and becoming a Green Rider herself, an act that flings Karigan into a cesspool of intrigues both magical and mundane, some of them well-handled by the author, some not. Karigan is an engaging protagonist, although the feisty female is now a penny a cartload in high fantasy, and some of the scenes of magic and/or combat rise to a high standard. Britain also makes notable use of class distinctions as motivators, a tact not often seen in fantasy. But, overall, her plot lacks originality; most of her characters (other than Karigan) are, at best, archetypes; and her pacing may be sufficiently uneven to deter readers from coping with the book's standard plot and considerable length. This is a respectable, not outstanding, debut, although Britain shows enough talent to warrant a follow-up. (Nov.) FYI: In its 25 years, DAW has published only one previous first novel in hardcover: Tad Williams's Tailchaser's Song.
VOYA - Deborah L. Dubois
Karigan G'ladheon is suspended from school in Selium for winning a sword fight with the governor of Mirwell's son. Instead of waiting for her father to come and get her, Karigan runs away from school, hoping to beat the dean's letter and tell her father her side of the story first. Just as she enters the Green Cloak (an immense forest in Sacordia) a Green Rider on horseback bursts from the undergrowth and falls at her feet with two black arrows stuck in his back. Before he dies the Rider makes her swear to take his message to the king. Karigan reluctantly promises to deliver the message, but she ends up with more than she bargained for when she is pursued by soldiers, attacked by a hideous insect-like creature, is followed by a "shadow rider," and faces other life-threatening perils on her race to Sacor City and King Zachary. The horse becomes her guide and ally on the journey. The original messenger's spirit follows her and helps when he can, and his brooch has magic powers that she can use to foil her enemies. When she arrives in Sacor City, Karigan helps to fight the Mirwellians who try to take over from the king and is instrumental in saving the kingdom. This captivating fantasy is filled with adventure, action, and heroes that teens will enjoy reading about. Throughout her journey, Karigan encounters people who help her and become true friends. Karigan grows tremendously as a person and in the end finds her own place in this world. The characters, including minor ones, are well-developed and the plot is complex enough to get the reader thinking. This is a real page-turner. VOYA Codes: 4Q 4P S (Better than most, marred only by occasional lapses, Broad general YA appeal, Senior High-defined as grades 10 to 12).
Kirkus Reviews
Karigan G'ladheon, unjustly suspended from school for drubbing a bully, runs away instead. On the road she encounters a dying Green Rider, or king's messenger, F'ryan Coblebay. Hunted by evildoers, and pierced by two black arrows, the Rider makes Karigan swear to deliver his vitally important message, then gives her a magic brooch that renders her all but invisible. Karigan also acquires Coblebay's mount, The Horse, who seems to know better than she does how to find Sacor City and King Zachary. While enjoying various adventures, she's chased by agents of Lord-governor Mirwell—-she'll eventually learn that he's supporting the rebel Prince Amilton's bid to seize the throne. Worse, another conspirator, a magic-powered, elf-like Eletian renegade called Shawdell, has broken the D'Yer Wall, whose spells protect Sacoridia from the evil creatures of Blackveil Forest. Finding within herself unexpected talents and survival skills, Karigan eventually reaches King Zachary—-but the message she brings is worthless. Then she remembers that Coblebay also entrusted her with a love letter. It's this that contains the real message, a warning of the plot against Zachary. A fresh, well-organized fantasy debut, with a spirited heroine and a reliable supporting cast.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780886778248
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated
  • Publication date: 11/1/1998
  • Series: Green Rider Series , #1
  • Pages: 512
  • Product dimensions: 6.32 (w) x 9.24 (h) x 1.53 (d)

Meet the Author


Kristen Britain grew up in the Finger Lake region of New York State, where she started her first novel—an undersea fantasy featuring herself and her friends—at the age of nine. She published her first book, a cartoon collection called, Horses and Horsepeople, at the age of thirteen. In 1987 she completed a degree in film production, with a minor in writing, at Ithaca College. After graduation, travel beckoned and she began a career as a ranger with the National Park Service, enabling her to work in a variety of natural and historical settings, from 300 feet below the surface of the Earth to 13,000 feet above sea level on the Continental Divide; and from the textile mills of the American Industrial Revolution to the homes of Americans who changed the course of history. Her first published epic fantasy novel, Green Rider, the story of a runaway school girl who finds herself in deep peril when she agrees to bear a message for a dying Green Rider, was released in 1998. She can be found at kristenbritain.com.
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  • Posted February 1, 2011

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    Unexpected

    When going into this, I knew that this wasn't going to be the best thing I've ever read. I just finished Soul Mirror, by Carol Berg, and that was a very intense read; not a single moment of reprieve, and from the first page, I also knew that Green Rider wasn't going to be, in any way, the same. But I expected to enjoy it somewhat. It had good reviews and it had a very interesting basis. I like the idea of Green Riders, I even enjoyed the bits about the Gray One; even Karigan I liked at first. But everything the author presents in the first few pages are never fully developed. We are told that Karigan is very strongheaded and tough, but when it comes down to it, she only triumphs in hard situations because she has help telling her what to do. I could list more examples but my review would go on forever. Other things I hated were the fact that Kristen Britain doesn't, apparently, know how to hammer out realistic characters. Karigan is a foolish young girl--yes, this is very true. But even foolish people are scared when danger approaches and are fazed by death. In the beginning, Karigan watches a green rider die (he was obviously MURDERED) and yet she doesn't ever really seem to care. I mean, any normal human being would get chills or have nightmares or think about death after watching someone, even a total stranger, die. If Britain's world were a harsh place where murder and death surrounded a person at every turn, then perhaps it's understandable that she would be literally unaffected by it; but that's not the case. This girl comes from a wealthy family and just got dismissed from a boarding school. I doubt she watched many people die. Beyond that, there are characters like the Berry Sisters (Bayberry and Bunchberry, in case you were wondering, are their names) who are eccentric woman only concerned about being polite and their tea. They could be amusing, but mostly they grate on my nerves. Then the bad guys. I will admit I haven't read past page 250, but it seems that the bad guys mentioned think about sex all the time. First the governor of Mirwall has lewd thoughts about his secretary, and then Garrot, one of Karigan's captives, tries to rape her. It's really unnecessary. The last thing, however, is the movement of plot. It all happens by chance. First she meets a dying green rider who makes her promise to deliver a message. Then she comes in contact with his murderers who want to capture her now, too. Then she falls asleep in the woods and is woken up by the Berry sisters. Then she gets captured by her pursuants; escapes and then gets attacked by a giant scorpion thing; and then she runs into a giant spiderweb while running away; meanwhile 200 pages have gone by and we still don't know what the actual plot IS. Yes, she's trying to deliver a message that somebody is trying to overthrow the king...but...nothing new is introduced during these 200 pages. We know this from the beginning. I truly think something that should take a few days at most shouldn't take up 400 pages. Yes, the author should put obstacles in Karigan's way but...they should be relevant to the plot. Giant spiders and insane women and giants and talking animals and elf-like peoples straight out of Lord of the Rings aren't. I'm generally liberal when it comes down to ratings. I usually give out 5 or 4 stars, on here or other websites, but I couldn't finish this book. I rarely say this, but it's a 1 without a doubt.

    6 out of 18 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 27, 2010

    Masterpiece!

    This book is absolutly amazing! This book has everything; magic, adventure, humor, romance, plot twists, battles, and crazy smart horses. Kristen Britain never ever seems to disappoint! The only thing is that it takes her awhile to wriite a new book, but trust me its so worth the wait! I havnt met anyone whos read this book and not fallen head over heels in love.

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 6, 2011

    A Great Adventure

    I really enjoyed The Green Rider, and thought it was a great start to a series, as well as a great first novel for the writer. I liked the lead character, as well as the many other we meet along her journey. I look forward to reading the rest of the series. I recommend this book to adults and older teens who would like to read a fantasy/adventure.

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 31, 2010

    Loved it

    im a big fan of all mystical magic-like books, but this blew me away! i cant wait for the fourth!

    3 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 27, 2009

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    An exciting ride with The Green Rider!

    If you're looking for something in the fantasy genre outside the worlds of Tolkien, Jordan and Goodkind, give Kristin Britain's new series a try. The premise of the Green Riders is new and intriguing, with the main character being a young woman! It's a "wild ride" along with Karigan G'ladheon through the Green Cloak forest and into the world of the Green Riders. Magic, intrigue, the politics of a kingdom endangered by an ancient enemy....and only the Green Riders stand to defend the world they know from those trying to end it. Pick it up today - it's a great read and you'll enjoy it!

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 1, 2007

    A Magical Ride

    This is one of my absolute favorite books ever. If I'm bored and don't have anything new or I'm going on a long trip, I grab this book because it never gets old and I find something new everytime. Karigan is about as real of a character as anyone can bring to life. After running away from school, she gets thrust into a world of magic and intrigue. With her new partner, The Horse, she must deliever a message. But someone doesn't want said message to make it to its final destination. Kristen Britian surely is a gift writer. Not only do her characters come to life, but the imagery is so vivid, you'll feel like you're there. No part of this story is boring in anyway. If you're looking for a great magical page-turner, read this.

    3 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 12, 2012

    Great foundation book of the series. Book 2: ' First Riders Call

    Great foundation book of the series. Book 2: ' First Riders Call' is just as good and Book 3: 'The High King's Tomb' is even better! They are also light enough that younger generations (teens) can enjoy and relate and enjoy them all. Granted, it's not a book for everyone but is one that leaves the reader impatient to read the next book in the series.

    Is not for people who like deep and complex plots/themes/characters they can absorb and over analyze or want fast paced plot movement and " truly think something that should take a few days at most shouldn't take up 400 pages." Never mind the fact this book is the foundation of the whole series and Karigan is facing dangers at every turn in the book while trying to deliver a message that wasn't her's to deliver in the first place, out running enemies that will stop at nothing to kill her to keep the message from being delivered, AND is to do so with no other help than the Spirit of the Murdered Green Rider who made per promise to get the message to Sacor City and his mount/a horse. She also discovers that the Green Rider's Broach holds magic she learns she can wield to help her escape and elude those intent on stopping her. In the end she helps defeat the King's Enemies, the Mirwellians, and learns a lot about herself and who she is to become (her calling in life). In the end she finds that she's no longer just an average citizen of her world.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 22, 2011

    I loved it!

    Karigan G'ladheon is a well spun character. Britain gives breathe to her story - even in the heavier parts of the book, she lightens the mood with a bit of humor. I especially liked how she tied the Horse into the fabric of the tale. This has everything that I love in a book: action, strong characters, a bit of suspense, and a few horses to boot!

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 9, 2011

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    Addictive and Powerful

    This is the start to an addictive and powerful series!! Worth every penny.

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 14, 2011

    Must read!!!

    I would encorage anyone to read this. It was an amazing book!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 26, 2011

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    one of my fav series

    i tend towards paranormal books, especially ones with animals. this series is well written, engaging, at times very humorous, sigh, i could go on forever so list only negative, which is, well, maybe some sex be nice, poor girl, geez ;) oh, and for some reason takes around four years for next book be released, lucky me did not come across it until fourth book published.. hopefully nothing happens to author before fifth and hopefully final book comes out, im not getting any younger either, lol.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted May 22, 2010

    Surprisingly enjoyable

    Other than being a fan of Harry Potter, I have not considered myself a huge fan of fantasy in general. This book may be the one that opens my mind to a new genre. I loaded this into my nook as my first purchase after meeting the author at a literacy event, and I have not been disappointed. Quickly caught up by the characters and the storyline, I am looking forward to reading the rest of the series.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 10, 2014

    A favorite

    One of my favorite books, have gone back and read it again and again! A bit scifi a bit medieval history all wrapped up in a suspensful story thats leaves you on the edge of your seat. Overall a great story and thus far a great series.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 9, 2014

    great adventure!

    Well told adventure with a young girl learning she has more strength than she ever expected. Great characterization. Recommend this one to any fan of Fantasy Adventures.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 12, 2014

    I read this book for the first time many years ago. Actually, I

    I read this book for the first time many years ago. Actually, I admit I only picked it up because the person at the bookstore recommended it and I thought the cover looked cool. Well once I got around to reading it I absolutely fell in love with it. I read this book back in junior high and I still read it now as I'm about to graduate college. The story just sucks you in and you can't forget it or put it down.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 4, 2014

    Nursery

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 22, 2013

    Green Rider Series

    I have read the Green Rider series many times! Love them!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 4, 2013

    Share with everyone you know!

    I am in my 60's and by the time I finished this book I was enchanted and instantly passed it on to my husband. Then my daughter in Wyoming was visiting and took the book home to read. She bought the next 2 books and asked if we wanted them when she was through. We had already bought them and finished reading them. We have been waiting for the next book in the series. Please tell Kristen that I not getting any younger or healthier :-) I have read all of the books 4 times and get something new out each time. Myrna

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 5, 2013

    :) (:

    So far so good!

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    Posted May 9, 2013

    Ted

    OR ME!!

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