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Sold into slavery Hekat dreams of power Fate leads her to the warlord Raklion and she begins turning dreams into reality For the nameless god of Mijak is with her and The Godspeaker Epubit promises her the worldFar away the King of Ethrea This book is a trilogy wrapped up in one pretty little and very long package The books are Empress The Riven Kingdom and Hammer of God I have a lot of thoughts about this series so bare with me here while I try to make it somewhat comprehensibleI ve written a review about Empress here about my love for Hekat the protagonist of that book I know a lot of people that read it hate her but I love Hekat and I love that first book and I always will It s dark and gritty and a good read I was young when I first read this series about 17 I m 26 now and my perception of the other two books in the trilogy has changed from thenThe theme of this series is centered around Gods with magical elements Now without getting into it too much I am not a religious person by any means I m not part of any organized religion as I m Native American and was raised in our old ceremonies etc etc and I mention it because I want it to be clear that I m not any sort of religious authority BUT when I m reading a fantasysci fifiction books I LOVE reading about fictitious religions There are so many different avenues of belief and it s interesting to me to see how religions can be different and the same and who knows if things had gone differently maybe we d have a similar religion to some in this book The blood was warm it covered his feet his ankles his calves It rose up his thighs it lapped at his genitals like a woman s tongue it sighed across his belly and drowned his scarred chest Rank warm blood flowed over his lips his eyes it stopped his breathing He swam in bloodThe problem though is that in the first book there is this incredibly powerful and bloodthirsty god that craves sacrificial blood and offerings and sends their desires through scorpions and answering uestions to people royalty that ask as they swim through blood The god is nameless and is neither male or female Super uniue and cool to read about rightThen in the other two books you basically get an off brand version of Christianity A prophet named Rollins preaches peace and acceptance and then is crucified shot with arrows for it and the kingdom unites and there s peace at last And go figure the ones with the good god are white I can t count how many times they called anyone that had any religion other than theirs HEATHANS The whole book boils down to this good god vs the bad god Granted a lot of stories boil down to good vs evil but I feel this could have been handled differentlyThe second book is basically a young woman trying to take her place on the throne and literally everyone shitting on her for it because she s a female and she has to fight back with an unlikely crew This book is about a 180 from the first book but it s still a great read and has some really satisfying scenes But the protagonist Rhian is about the complete opposite of Hekat as you can get aside from the whole I will be the one in power thing And she kind of whines a lot view spoilerAnd her husband is kind of an asshole hide spoiler Game of Bimbofication, Part 2 reality For the nameless god of Mijak is with her and The Godspeaker Epubit promises her the worldFar away the King of Ethrea This book is a trilogy wrapped up in one pretty little and very long package The books are Empress The Riven Kingdom and Hammer of God I have a lot of thoughts about this series so bare with me here while I try to make it somewhat comprehensibleI ve written a Sermons Preached Upon Several Occasions, Vol. 1 of 5 review about Empress here about my love for Hekat the protagonist of that book I know a lot of people that The Fatima Century read it hate her but I love Hekat and I love that first book and I always will It s dark and gritty and a good Leah Starrs Revenge read I was young when I first Pieces 8 (Pieces, read this series about 17 I m 26 now and my perception of the other two books in the trilogy has changed from thenThe theme of this series is centered around Gods with magical elements Now without getting into it too much I am not a Time Flies and Other Short Plays religious person by any means I m not part of any organized Fall (VIP Book 3) (English Edition) religion as I m Native American and was Drawing Dead (Faolan OConnor Book 1) raised in our old ceremonies etc etc and I mention it because I want it to be clear that I m not any sort of Trails & Tales of Yosemite & the Central Sierra religious authority BUT when I m Chinas Son reading a fantasysci fifiction books I LOVE Welcome to the Desert of the Real reading about fictitious Dead End Bluff religions There are so many different avenues of belief and it s interesting to me to see how King Noah Blindness and the Vision of Seers religions can be different and the same and who knows if things had gone differently maybe we d have a similar Princess to Pleasure Slave Chronicles (Book Three): Lusty Prey of the Huntress (English Edition) religion to some in this book The blood was warm it covered his feet his ankles his calves It Factory of Death rose up his thighs it lapped at his genitals like a woman s tongue it sighed across his belly and drowned his scarred chest Rank warm blood flowed over his lips his eyes it stopped his breathing He swam in bloodThe problem though is that in the first book there is this incredibly powerful and bloodthirsty god that craves sacrificial blood and offerings and sends their desires through scorpions and answering uestions to people Thirteen Plus One (The Winnie Years, royalty that ask as they swim through blood The god is nameless and is neither male or female Super uniue and cool to Rapid Math Without A Calculator read about Almost Late for School rightThen in the other two books you basically get an off brand version of Christianity A prophet named Rollins preaches peace and acceptance and then is crucified shot with arrows for it and the kingdom unites and there s peace at last And go figure the ones with the good god are white I can t count how many times they called anyone that had any Seduced by My Doms (The Doms of Genesis, religion other than theirs HEATHANS The whole book boils down to this good god vs the bad god Granted a lot of stories boil down to good vs evil but I feel this could have been handled differentlyThe second book is basically a young woman trying to take her place on the throne and literally everyone shitting on her for it because she s a female and she has to fight back with an unlikely crew This book is about a 180 from the first book but it s still a great The Certainty of Violet and Luke (Volume 5) read and has some Kane Richards Must Die really satisfying scenes But the protagonist Rhian is about the complete opposite of Hekat as you can get aside from the whole I will be the one in power thing And she kind of whines a lot 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M Mijak Yet as Ethrea comes ever closer to civil war a greater danger awaits Hekat still desires the world and power is no longer a dreamThis omnibus edition of THE GODSPEAKER TRILOGY includes Empress The Riven Kingdom and The Hammer of Go One of a kind read but I found myself losing interest as books continuedI purchased this series all as one book While it began strong it faded fast I found myself halfway through the series with little desire to continue forward I lost interest fast I did however manage to finish this It was long and there was a lot of irrelevant information and details I found it overall to be tiring and I can t say it s a series Id personally recommend I enjoyed the original concept and creativeness this offered but that s about all I appreciated regarding this series It just seemed to go on and on I tired of the plot and characters before completing book 2 I should have just stopped there

Karen Miller ´ 3 free read

Is dying His daughter Princess Rhian is ready to rule but if her enemies have their way the crown of Ethrea will never be worn by a womanDexterity Jones is a toymaker To protect Rhian and his country he must place his trust in an exile fro The first book was ok The main character of the first book Hekat was not likeable so that diminished my enjoyment of it The second book was pretty good until about 34 of the way though At that point the arguments the characters were having got old fast and my enjoyment was diminishedThe third book was not good I can sum it up for you here Argument number 1 Zandakar is not trustworthOh yes he isArgument number 2 Here is myour opinionsI don t care I m the ueen and I ll do what I wantArgument number 3 I don t believe what you re saying despite the miracles shown to meHere s another miracleI don t believe youThat s pretty much the book right there 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 readingI almost gave it 1 star because after the final battle started they started arguing about the same 3 things again and I almost didn t read past that I was able to finish it at least so I m giving it 2 stars

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  • The Godspeaker Trilogy
  • Karen Miller
  • English
  • 28 February 2018
  • 9780316209229

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10 thoughts on “The Godspeaker Trilogy

  1. says:

    Wow 45 As I read the three in one version this book looked like uite a bite back when I started it Having read the Kingmaker series by her my expectations were blown away by the experience this book gaveThe first part of the trilogy focuses on Mijak and readfelt much like Steven Erikson or Glen Cook than Miller's first books It was

  2. says:

    I read this a while ago looking for escape There used to be good fantasy out there you could find; what happened The first book wasn't too bad Hekat as a damaged beyond repair psychotic girl who claws her way from slavery to Empress was kind o

  3. says:

    This book is a trilogy wrapped up in one pretty little and very long package The books are Empress The Riven Kingdom and Hammer of God I have a lot of thoughts about this series so bare with me here while I try to make it somewhat c

  4. says:

    This book brought me mixed feelings I had originally selected this trilogy to do for an essay of mine petitioning to my teacher to allow me the opportunity instead of picking from the list of books that the school had provided It was a challenge that I undertook and it yielded great results in terms of a paper However for the book itself I mu

  5. says:

    The first book was ok The main character of the first book Hekat was not likeable so that diminished my enjoyment of it The second book was pretty good until about 34 of the way though At that point the arguments the characters were having got old fast and my enjoyment was diminishedThe third book was not good I can sum it up for you here Argument number 1 Zandakar is not trustworthOh yes he isArgument number 2 Here is m

  6. says:

    I once saw a review that described Karen Miller as a bi polar writer she's either brilliant or terrible The Godspeaker trilogy is an example of terrible angst ridden writingIt reads like a bad Shakespearean tragedy I don't know about you but when I read a novel I invest a lot of feeling into my characters so wh

  7. says:

    One of a kind read but I found myself losing interest as books continuedI purchased this series all as one book While it began strong it faded fast I found myself halfway through the series with little desire to continue forward I lost interest fast I did however manage to finish this It was long and there was a lot of irrelevant information and details I found it overall to be tiring and I can't say it’s a

  8. says:

    Long time since I've binged God I love that term a whole trilogyI came to this series totally by accident reading the title of it's first volume in a FB threadHaving never heard of the author I was intrigued and went to look for it Lu

  9. says:

    This was a huge disappointment to me so huge that I gave up on fantasy for a while 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 It was a disappointment because the first book was so so so good So different from the Tolkien GRRM Jordan imitators This was an

  10. says:

    I would highly suggest reading the trilogy as a whole rather than one book at a time with books in between The world building between the books is fantastic The cultures of the various regions are very developed and thought through I uite appreciate that work as it made the characters that live by those cultures believable in their beliefs and actionsThe slow burn of the over arcing story is great as well but I much enjo

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