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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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Also writes as ” K. This was a huge disappointment to me, so huge that I gave up on fantasy for a while. Secondly, magic is never really explained, just a natural fact of godspeakee world while the plot is pushed by the characters. To protect Princess Rhian and his country, he must place his trust in an exile from Mijak.

I was able to finish it at least, so I’m giving godapeaker 2 stars. Rhian weds childhood friend, Duke Alasdair, and is proclaimed queen by her chaplain, Helfred. I read a few review first, just to get a feel for it, and I was puzzled at the mixed reactions. With Zandakar as her hotas tutor, Rhian kills the dukes in judicial combat.

Published November 13th by Orbit first published January 1st Grilogy is more than one author in the GoodReads database with this name. I’ll try to go back to this book when I have nothing else going on. The irritable dukes are dispatched so easily, and the Mijakis are never really able to go beyond the shores of Ethrea.


So here is what I think. Far away, the King of Ethrea is dying. The third was interesting, a great mix of the two with much more depth given to the Tsung. Ellen rated it really liked it Oct 21, The story pulled me in so hard I ignored all three current game systems, all of netflix and hulu, to sit in front of my computer and read. Godspeaekr D’Arc, Hitler, Stalin, take your pick. However, in retrospect, a book that is able to instill such emotions in me is either extremely well written or the opposite.

Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. I’m one of those people that tends to push something out of my head if I don’t actively need it. The story of Rhian, from princess to unlikely queen, is rather common and therefore boring.

I just wanted it all to stop, and it did. In a family torn apart by poverty and violence, Hekat is no more than an unwanted mouth to feed, worth only a few coins godspealer a passing slave trader.

You need to login to do this. Jul 20, Jenee Edwards rated it it was amazing. This article does not cite any sources.

Godspeaker Trilogy – Transformed by Love

Character 1 makes an argument to do something. I enjoyed this book. I remember enjoying it and then suddenly hating it. And awful third book. Want to Read saving…. I enjoyed the story but found the detailed descriptions of the war scenes excessively long. It was a challenge that I undertook, and it yielded great results in terms of a paper. For the nameless god of Mijak is with her, and it promises her the world. Hekat still desires the world I give this novel 3 stars out of 5.


To ask other readers questions about The Godspeaker Trilogyplease sign up. For her, a different path has been chosen. The first book was ok. At the end of the book, suddenly Character 2 does an about face and suddenly agrees with Character 1 for no reason. You are commenting using your Twitter account. Please help godspea,er this article by adding citations to reliable sources.

Be the trilogh to ask a fodspeaker about The Godspeaker Trilogy. Fifteen hundred pages of stilted, self centered, redundant tfilogy.


Three stars for the portion I did like. Dec 26, Claudia Putnam rated it did not like it Shelves: She spent the whole series walking on a carpet of Deus Ex Machina, all the way to the final moments. Get Known if you don’t have an account. If you Such a fantastic series, the ending is a little underwhelming, I hate to say. This book brought me mixed feelings. After graduating with a BA Communications from the then Institute of Technology now University a few years ahead of Hugh Jackman, dammit, talk about rotten timing, I headed off to England and lived there for 3 years.

It reads like a bad Shakespearean tragedy. 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.