Hammer of God

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Author: Karen Miller
Barcode/ISBN13: 9780732284534
ISBN: 0732284538
Imprint/Brand: Voyager
Release Date: Jun 2008
Format: A Paperback
Series: Godspeaker 03
Number of Pages: 560
Weight: 313 grammes
Price $AUD: $20.99
Categories: Fantasy
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Australian Author

With Zandakar's dangerous identity revealed, Rhian finds herself upon a precarious throne. The nations she needs to stand with her against Mijak instead join forces to challenge her right to rule. Only the mysterious Emperor Han is willing to believe she can lead them to victory; only he and his witch–men truly understand the scope of the disaster waiting to engulf the world. But with Zandakar imprisoned and Dexterity in disgrace, estranged from her husband Alasdair, and frighteningly alone, how can Rhian hope to prevail and save Ethrea? What chance does she stand of saving the world? The answers seem to lie with Emperor Han ... but is he what he pretends to be? Only time will tell. And as she struggles to keep her crown, the warhost of Mijak advances ...

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Review by Josephine Crowley:

“Hammer of God” Book 3 of Godspeaker Series by Karen Miller

The Godspeaker Series tells the story of two queens. One was born a slave and rose to be queen of a kingdom. She rules with magic and cruelty and is already ancient. The other, a
young woman, came to rule by chance. She is fearless in battle and loved by her people. In this third book, Hammer of God, the old queen Hekatof Mijakand the young queen Rhian
of Ethrea meet and a great battle ensues. But much, much more is in this powerful book, including the lives of the henchmen and people of both nations and the powerful magic in these lands.
Do read this series as a whole if possible as there are many characters and lots of interesting detail in each of these books. Hammer of Godis well written and flows smoothly. I enjoyed reading it and found it a fitting conclusion to the GodspeakerSeries.
I look forward to Karen Miller’s next series.