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The Godspeaker Trilogy by [Miller, Karen]
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Praise for Empress:

"... A totally engrossing work of fiction with political intrigue, betrayal, godly intervention, war and much more." - Fantasy Magazine on Empress.

"A skillfully created world of ritual and tradition provides a stunning backdrop for her exciting adventures." - RT Book Reviews (Top Pick!)

"A fine read and a fine start to what could be an exceptional series." - The Contra Costa Sunday Times

Praise for The Riven Kingdom:

"Truly awe-inspiring fantasy on a massive scale." - Bookgasm.com

About the Author

Karen Miller was born in Vancouver, Canada, and moved to Australia with her family when she was two. Apart from a three-year stint in the UK after graduating from university with a BA in communications, she's lived in and around Sydney ever since. Karen started writing stories while still in elementary school, where she fell in love with speculative fiction. She's held a variety of interesting jobs but now writes full-time.

Product Details

  • File Size: 4902 KB
  • Print Length: 1427 pages
  • Publisher: Orbit (November 13, 2012)
  • Publication Date: November 13, 2012
  • Sold by: Hachette Book Group
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007EDZ3BM
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #488,923 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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A great vacation book. Interesting and engaging, and easy to read. Definitely graphic, sometimes vulgar. But the content is in keeping with the narrative and helps to paint a visceral picture of the culture the author is trying to bring to life. Altogether enjoyable.
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I have differing feelings on this book. One, it can drag because it feels like the author has the need to literally write everything that happens. This is unnecessary in fiction-just allude to it and we'll understand :)

Two, the worldbuilding is great especially in the first book. Miller is good at creating a fantasy world. I have two words to describe the feel of the first book to you: old testament. Loved it although it was a long read and could've been tightened up.

Three, the best thing about the series is the character Hekat. Ambitious, ruthless, determined, horribly flawed and yet believing in a higher power than herself-she really interested me. She's a wonderful contrast to the uptight and exasperating princess Rhian. I get that the princess is on the "good" side but why does good have to be so boring?? It should be evil to be boring!

Now, I have not yet finished the trilogy (I just started book three) but the first book was better than the second. The second is very repetitive and the main princess character was extremely annoying with her black and white thinking. I thought the constant harping on how she was a woman, and how she refused to get her hands dirty with actual ruling really undermined the author's own message that women are equal to men and can equally wield power. I often skimmed book two for this reason because the princess was exhausting to read. Maybe this changes in the third book, I hope so.

It seems like Miller was trying to probe the themes of power, gender, and religion, but instead of exploring the grey areas of these issues instead seemed to pick sides. Thus boring Rhian on the good side with her "good" god and headstrong Hekat on the bad side with her "bad" god.
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I would suggest this book to anyone who isn't squeamish. This has a lot of crude language, violence, and very upsetting scenes in some places. This author is not afraid to abuse her characters. I didn't give it five stars because you have to wade through the beginning before it sucks you in, and because it introduces completely different characters so abruptly in the second book. Everything does come together nicely though.
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This book was fantastic. I loved the way the author depicted the two different kingdoms. The first book was dark and gloomy through most of the story and the god they worshiped was cruel. The second kingdom was full of light and hope. It was like reading books from two different writers. I loved the way it was all brought together in the end. If you love fantasy with dark and light this one is for you. I will read more from this author.
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I 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.
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karen Miller quickly became a favorite author of mine with kingmaker, kingmaker. this trilogy was no less thrilling and enthralling. it loses a star for the heavy handed, hitting me over the head god pushing, but a forgivable sin with such a memorable tale.
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I just finished this and it's a wonderful trilogy. 10/10 will read again and again. The underlying meaning about God and what a mess humanity can make of God's desire for us is powerful and really hit home with my own beliefs.
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Loved the way Karen told the story and built the world of Mijak. I couldn't put the book down. Though sometimes she stretched your imagination a little more than needed as with the Hotas and Rhian.
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