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The Red Miriok by Anna M. Barnes is a captivating book that takes readers on a thrilling adventure through a world of magic and mystery. Set in a magical land, the story follows the journey of a young protagonist, who discovers her hidden powers and is destined to save her world from an ancient evil.

Barnes skillfully crafts a complex and immersive narrative, skillfully weaving together elements of fantasy and adventure. The world-building in this book is exceptional, with vivid descriptions painting a vibrant and enchanting picture of the setting. From towering castles to mystical forests, every location feels alive and full of secrets waiting to be discovered.

One of the strongest aspects of The Red Miriok is its well-developed characters. The protagonist undergoes a remarkable transformation, evolving from an unsure and shy individual into a powerful and confident hero. Her growth is portrayed convincingly, and readers will find themselves rooting for her at every turn. Supporting characters are equally well-drawn, each with their own unique quirks and motivations, adding depth and authenticity to the story.

The pacing of the book is another commendable aspect. Barnes effortlessly combines action-packed sequences with quieter moments of introspection, creating a balanced narrative that keeps readers engaged from start to finish. The plot is filled with unexpected twists and turns, ensuring that there is never a dull moment. The author expertly builds suspense and tension, leaving readers yearning for more with each chapter.

Additionally, Barnes explores themes of self-discovery, friendship, and the power of belief, offering valuable life lessons within the fantastical tale. The book's underlying messages are delivered subtly, allowing readers to reflect on their own lives while being enthralled by the story.

However, despite these strengths, there are a few minor drawbacks. Occasionally, the pacing feels rushed, leaving some plot points underdeveloped. Additionally, some readers may find certain aspects of the story predictable. However, these minor issues do not detract significantly from the overall enjoyment of the book.

In conclusion, The Red Miriok is a captivating and entertaining read that transports readers to a world of magic and adventure. Anna M. Barnes creates a rich and immersive narrative filled with well-developed characters and a compelling plot. Fans of fantasy and adventure will find themselves completely engrossed in this enchanting tale.

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American Baptist Publication Society

1420 Chestnut Street


Published January, 1903

From the Society's own Press


Korea has been called the "Hermit Nation," as of all nations Tibet alone has exceeded it in repulsing foreign influences. Only in 1882 did the United States secure a treaty, and that opened the country to foreign trade only in the capital, Seoul, and three ports. But in this treaty Korea was treated with as an independent State, and its people are distinct from either Chinese or Japanese and well repay study and missionary labors. This little story is one of the first to present this slightly known land and its customs, and therefore deserves special attention from all who are interested in the Christianizing of Oriental nations.


CHAPTER I Mr. Kit ze 9

CHAPTER II A Hasty Desertion 19

CHAPTER III The Lost Recovered 30

CHAPTER IV A Stowaway 39

CHAPTER V Before the Magistrate 49

CHAPTER VI A Friendly Hail 61

CHAPTER VII An Entreaty 71

CHAPTER VIII The Story of Choi so 81


CHAPTER X An Arrested Sacrifice 102

CHAPTER XI "One Soul" 115


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