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Fantasy
  • Author:
    Kirby Heyborne,Karen Miller
  • ISBN:
    1400119855
  • ISBN13:
    978-1400119851
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    Tantor Audio; Unabridged CD edition (December 2, 2010)
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    Fantasy
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Kingmaker, Kingbreaker Series The Innocent Mage The Awakened Mage A Blight of Mages. Karen Miller was born in Vancouver, Canada, and came to Australia with her family when she was two. Godspeaker Empress of Mijak The Riven Kingdom The Hammer of God. Fisherman's Children The Prodigal Mage The Reluctant Mage. She has held a variety of interesting jobs and fell in love with speculative fiction at primary school.

The Kingmaker, Kingbreaker series is certainly one of those books! These books rivel the Harry Potter series with . This is the second book I've read by Karen Miller (The Innocent Mage being the first), and I was very disappointed.

The Kingmaker, Kingbreaker series is certainly one of those books! These books rivel the Harry Potter series with their dynamic storytelling and Miller's ability to create a new world which sucks the reader in! This sequel was a great end to the books - nail-biting to the end! I would definitely recommend to anyone who enjoys the fantastic and unusual. The dialog was childish and tiresome; the end conflict lacked depth; and the solution too predictable. I doubt I'll be reading more my Ms. Miller.

Items related to The Awakened Mage: Kingmaker, Kingbreaker Book . Karen Miller is the author of the bestselling fantasy duology Kingmaker, Kingbreaker and, writing as K. E. Mills, the Rogue Agent series.

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I’d probably say the Kingmaker, Kingbreaker duology by Karen Miller So I just finished reading Awakened Mage and the end (or, at least, near the end) ripped my heart out. I started crying and I couldn’t stop.

I’d probably say the Kingmaker, Kingbreaker duology by Karen Miller. But only because I can’t recall any major problems with it, unlike the other two duologies I can recall reading. So I just started reading Kingmaker Kingbreaker, and I did this quick drawing of how I picture prince Gar. rabbitinheadlights. So I just finished reading Awakened Mage and the end (or, at least, near the end) ripped my heart out. I started crying and I couldn’t stop for a few minutes and I had to put the book down until I stopped. It was the hardest I’d cried over a book in a long time.

Written by Karen Miller. Narrated by Kirby Heyborne. Now, the evil mage Morg is preparing for his most deadly assault. Desperate, trapped in a broken body, Morg has little time and fewer scruples. As Gar and Asher unwittingly fall into a dangerous deception, Morg gets ever closer to his goal. for who better to destroy the kingdom than the two who would give anything to save it? Read on the Scribd mobile app.

A writer who seems to set the rule for the genre' - Waterstones Books Quarterly. Miller is clearly a very talented writer: her characterisation is a masterclass in nuance and sensitivity, and she has a visceral way with action' - SFX. Prince Gar now has the magic for weatherworking and is able to keep his enemies at bay, while Asher has become the most powerful Olken in the history of Lur. Peace and prosperity seem assured for the two of them. But Morg, the evil sorcerer mage, remains trapped inside a shattered body.

"The evil foretold has risen...and we are all that stands between it and the end."Asher has come a long way for a fisherman's son. Together with his friend Prince Gar, he has defended their kingdom against its bitterest enemy, but at great cost.Now, the evil mage Morg is preparing for his most deadly assault. Desperate, trapped in a broken body, Morg has little time and fewer scruples. And he has a plan.As Gar and Asher unwittingly fall into a dangerous deception, Morg gets ever closer to his goal. And this victory would be particularly sweet...for who better to destroy the kingdom than the two who would give anything to save it?

Doriel
It has to be tough to author a story with a completely original world, yet Karen Miller does an excellent job making the story work. The main character is portrayed as a curmudgeon with a strong sense of honesty and ethics. He often comes off as annoying, even if his heart is in the right place, but the author does a bang up job of explaining the reasons why his personal relationships work with those around him. The main character is slowly transformed in to the unlikely and unwilling hero of the series, steadily becoming more comfortable and accepting of the power that is thrust upon him. I feel that the book only really fails in the climax. Karen Miller does an excellent job of addressing all of the critical elements of a climax scene, and provides sufficient epilogue to wrap up any remaining questions and give a sense of "the story goes on from here, but that's another story all together" which I really appreciate, but it's all very unexpectedly abrupt.
Anardred
Karen Miller has a knack for brilliant character dynamics. Even if you don't love them, you feel what they're going through without the struggles feeling contrived. They're believable, they react in believable ways and they feel as any of us might feel. The story picks up directly from where its predecessor left off, and barrels along like a steam engine nowhere near stopping. We learn more about the history of Barl, her wall, and how everything came to be. We learn more about the two peoples. All in all, this was a really fun read.
iSlate
Do you like getting emotionally attached to characters? Do you enjoy always being kept on the edge of your seat? How about emotional roller coaster rides? If so these two books are for you, because wow. Am I emotionally drained. Beautifully written all the way through, I'd say this author out did themselves. I cried, more than once. Both from happiness and sadness, and since that didn't ruin anything you can't call spoilers on me. Just be ready for A LOT of unwanted and unwarranted emotions.
roternow
It is challenging for me to find sci-fy books that I will stay up all night and read. The Kingmaker, Kingbreaker series is certainly one of those books! These books rivel the Harry Potter series with their dynamic storytelling and Miller's ability to create a new world which sucks the reader in! This sequel was a great end to the books - nail-biting to the end! I would definitely recommend to anyone who enjoys the fantastic and unusual.
BoberMod
This is the second book I've read by Karen Miller (The Innocent Mage being the first), and I was very disappointed. The dialog was childish and tiresome; the end conflict lacked depth; and the solution too predictable. I doubt I'll be reading more my Ms. Miller.
Tebei
I have the entire series and love it.
Quendant
Good read
This two-book series never gets anywhere. It is hundreds of pages of buildup, for a short and ill-described conflict at the end. Many reviews have been praising the character writing, but I think that is because it is all Ms. Miller focused on. That fact, however, doesn't necessarily make the characters any good. Their development and interactions in the first book were better. In this one, we see how and why Asher ends up hating everyone around him, then he is shoved into one place with all of the people he hates, just as he also finds out Prophecy's expectations of him. The result is a hundred pages of the characters waiting around while the world is ending, so we can be with Asher sorting out all of this at once. But most of it doesn't get sorted out anyway, so it gets a clunky resolution at the end.

I didn't mind the slow building of the first book, because I thought it would form the foundation for a truly epic second book. Oops.