The Godspeaker Trilogy [Karen Miller] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Sold into slavery, Hekat dreams of power. Fate leads her to the. The Riven Kingdom (The Godspeaker Trilogy) [Karen Miller] on * FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The King of Ethrea is dying. His only. This time I was able to read Karen Miller’s Godspeaker Trilogy. Godspeaker 1: Empress A slave trader chooses to purchase the beautiful but.
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Ellen rated it really liked it Oct 21, I don’t care I’m the queen and I’ll do The first book was ok. I can sum it up for you here. To be honest, I didn’t click with any of the Ethrea characters.
It’s like the author wanted to present to you this perverted twist on a traditional hero who grows up out of poverty and abuse and finds success and happiness. Despite that, Ttilogy did enjoy the majority of the book, although I’m glad to be finished.
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The Godspeaker Trilogy
At that point the arguments the characters were having got old fast and my enjoyment was diminished. Perhaps it’s realistic that people argue about the same things over and over with the same logic, but it certainly doesn’t make good reading.
It appears the author felt everything had to be repeated a minimum of three times.
Ultimately, it was not Hekat who made me want to drop the series, but Rhian. When God is not a concept, but a manifest presence in everyday life, When God rules all aspects of the society, then it’s obvious that even the daily semantics will have theology imbued into them.
Views Read Edit View history. But is he an ally or an enemy in disguise? You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. I love long weekends! Other GrimDark authors have spoiled me, on that front. She was able to set up an antagonist that I was able to hate so much that I wished to stop reading. I actually really hated this book.
I should have just stopped there. The first Chapter Uncompromising. Zandakar eventually falls in love with a woman from a tribe whom the universal god instructed Zandakar to spare. Email required Address never made public. Jul 13, Eric Hung rated it liked it.
With Zandakar as her hotas tutor, Rhian kills the dukes in judicial combat. This helps access emotion during tough scenes. Perhaps that is what Karen Miller intended. When I compare her to Hekat, she is but a pale, annoying, small thing that got everything handed to her on a silver platter, but still kept yapping about as if she’d done anything but being carried from scene to scene.
Suddenly there is some good, forgettable princess? Lands of rituals, religion, and supernatural intrigue.
Other books in the series. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Assisting Hekat is Vortkaone of the few good guys in his country’s horrible religion. A slave trader chooses to purchase the beautiful but savage Hekat and treats her nicely, a far cry from how she and her mother were treated by her animalistic father. Mijak is a hard place. Apr 07, Victoria Nguyen rated it did not like it. Three stars for the portion I did like.
I remember enjoying it and then suddenly hating it. In a family torn apart by poverty and violence, Hekat is no more than an unwanted mouth to feed, worth only a few coins from a passing slave trader.
In Hammer of GodRhian fights a sea battle for her crown with Mass Teleportation and a Final Battle with some great explosive sequences. Oh, yes, he is!!! On their way to reclaim her kingdom, Rhian is tutored in the Mijaki martial arts called hotas by Zandakar, while Jones is used several times by the universal god so that he burns without burning, and is capable of healing and even resurrecting the dead.
It just seemed to go on and on Hammer of God Queen Gdspeaker faces two threats, and Zandakar plays a key role in both. For those who wish for something different to read, I would still recommend it. As a long life fantasy reader who used to sneak Mercedes lackey and robin McKinley books into middle school and place them in my textbooks to read during class, this was a BIG DEAL for me to stop reading fantasy for a bit.
I used to have horses of my own, and spent lots of time and money showing, breeding, training and judging, but then I came off one time too many and so a large part of my life ended.
This type of speculation is what fantasy can be good for. Chocolate is my besetting downfall.
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The second book read more like a her other novels and is set in a much more traditional fantasy setting. Some love it to pieces, some hate it to shreds. Could’ve covered it in about less pages.
To ask other readers questions about The Godspeaker Trilogyplease sign up. Godspeaker is an adult trilogy of fantasy novels written by Karen Miller about the land and people of a world unlike our own. Reading a book where the protagonist was an antagonist and an immensely hateable one was not pleasant at all. The story pulled me in so hard I triloty all three current game systems, all of netflix and hulu, to sit in front of my computer and read.
Having read the Kingmaker series by her, my expectations were trllogy away by the experience this book gave.