Servants of the Crossed Arrows (The Rifter)
Environmental Studies graduate student John Toffler intercepts a letter intended for his mysterious roommate, Kyle. Inside John finds a key and a note reading: don’t. Before he can return the key to Kyle, John and his friends, Laurie and Bill, accidently use it to open a gate to another world. In... show more
Environmental Studies graduate student John Toffler intercepts a letter intended for his mysterious roommate, Kyle. Inside John finds a key and a note reading: don’t. Before he can return the key to Kyle, John and his friends, Laurie and Bill, accidently use it to open a gate to another world. In an instant they are
torn from the easy life they’ve known and hurtled into the harsh wastelands of Basawar.
Kyle—who in his own world is known as Kahlil—realizes that he must kill John before he destroys Basawar. Despite the Great Gate being shattered, he follows John, Laurie and Bill back to his homeworld. But the passage through leaves him physically beaten and his memories broken. Confused and alone in a world he no longer recognizes, Kahlil takes refuge among men who have a use for his deadly skills.
Publish date: 2011-04-12
Publisher: Blind Eye Books
Pages no: 123
Edition language: English
Series: The Rifter (#2)
4.5 starsThis 2nd installment was even more confusing the first one, especially the second part from Kyle's POV. I have no idea what the heck it's going on but I am so curious to find out! Excellent writing style!Off to the next one, hopefully I'll get me a few answers :P
I usually like to know where my characters are and who/what they are and how many of the same character (yep, I meant to say that) is ...are ...is are in the book. Here we have different times periods(?), AUs(?), different worlds (alien but not, since they have magic(?)), different but yet same char...
I started reading this series with my lovely friend M'rella and I sort of scooted on ahead of her. Sorry, M'rella, :-( Ginn Hale's Rifter series has been a big chunk of my life for the past week. I've posted little mini reviews if you will as I've read each book with the intent that I would do an...
I'm still waiting to fall in love with this series don't get me wrong there's definite interest and I'm pretty sure that Ms Hale has a hella' good story lining up but at this point while I'm really enjoying the world building and the plot is progressing I need a bit more character interaction. I g...