The Shattered Gates
Volume One. When John opens a letter addressed to his missing roommate, Kyle, he expects to find a house key, but instead he is swept into a strange realm of magic, mysticism, revolutionaries and assassins. Though he struggles to escape, John is drawn steadily closer to a fate he share with... show more
Volume One. When John opens a letter addressed to his missing roommate, Kyle, he expects to find a house key, but instead he is swept into a strange realm of magic, mysticism, revolutionaries and assassins. Though he struggles to escape, John is drawn steadily closer to a fate he share with Kyle—to wake the destroyer god, the Rifter, and shatter a world.
Publish date: March 8th 2011
Publisher: Blind Eye Books
Pages no: 110
Edition language: English
Series: Rifter (#1)
4.5 starsReally, really good start to the series! We mainly have world building in this first installment, and it's all very fascinating but also very confusing (tough I think that's on purpose). You don't really know what's happening, but you're oh so very curious and intrigued by what you do under...
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...
'The Shattered Gates' is book one in Ginn Hales series 'The Rifters' and it's the beginning of a 10 book (actually it's more of a 10 novella) buddy read with the lovely M'rella. So I'm probably not going to do a review for each one more of a brief comment and then I'll attempt an overall review afte...
I am going to begin this review by stating up front that the fantasy genre is not my cup of tea. I am game for dystopian worlds and alternate universes where the world is built from the author’s imagination, but people are still just people - no witches, no mystical powers, no oracle bones that can...