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A Breach in the Heavens

(Godserfs #3)

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Wizards war against gods to save the world, in the electrifying conclusion to the Godserfs epic fantasy series.

The End Times have arrived. For over a decade, the sorceress Phaedra has had a single, vital task: to keep the world of the elves separated from humanity's. But when her world experiences its first skyquake, it's clear that something is very wrong. Has all Phaedra
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Paperback, 520 pages
Published October 2nd 2018 by Angry Robot
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Koeur
Sep 10, 2018 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Publishing Date: October 2018

Publisher: Angry Robot

ISBN:9780857667403

Genre: Fantasy

Rating: 2.7/5

Publisher’s Description: The End Times have arrived. For over a decade, the sorceress Phaedra has had a single, vital task: to keep the world of the elves separated from humanity’s. But when her world experiences its first skyquake, it’s clear that something is very wrong. Has all Phaedra’s work been for nothing? She’ll need a new plan – and her friends’ help – to keep the worlds from smashing into ea
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Ryan
Apr 17, 2019 rated it it was amazing
A book hasn't made me cry since Harry Potter 6. At least this time they were happy tears. So, bravo, Dolkart.
I'm really hoping for another trilogy as I can't bare to think of a world without these characters. They're so real. I rarely read a book with characters so well written. They are what made this series.
I have to go hold my girlfriend and process my thoughts and feelings. So many feels.
Rachel
Mar 03, 2019 rated it really liked it
Thus ends the Godserfs trilogy! And I suppose it’s a little bit…underwhelming? I don’t really have any quibbles with what went down in the main plot. It’s just I assumed that a changed world would be more dramatic. But maybe this goes back towards a major tenant of the story. The God Most High was always the God Most High. In the grand scheme of things, not much has changed.

I’m probably being a bit too dismissive anyway. Our main characters are certainly in different places, not only from book o
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Renee Valentine
Nov 23, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Third and last installment was all I could have wanted and more.

The third book was just as engaging as the first two.

I found myself even more invested in the characters than even the first two.

This is one of the times that I loathed my fast reading ability because it was all over too soon.

I was pleasantly surprised by the entire series and I would love if maybe another trilogy was completed in the future. *hint,hint*.

No spoilers but the ending was surprising and satisfying.

I’m impressed, M
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Elaine Aldred
Oct 22, 2018 rated it really liked it
The sorceress Phaedra has toiled for over a decade to keep her world separated from that of the elves. But despite her efforts something has gone very wrong, as mysterious skyquakes increase in severity.

From the first book in the Godserfs trilogy, Silent Hall, N S Dolkart has written an epic style fantasy which peers intimately into the main characters’ psyches. A Breach in the Heavens, the final book in the series, continues this theme of intense introspection as the characters attempt to find
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Daniel
Nov 06, 2018 rated it liked it
Shelves: scifi-fantasy
This revie woriginally published in Looking For a Good Book. Rated 3.25 of 5

A Breach in the Heavens concludes N.S. Dolkart's Godserf's trilogy. This trilogy took me by surprise and carried me on a mostly thrilling adventure.

Phaedra is a sorceress and has one goal in life - to keep the world of humans and the world of elves apart. That shouldn't be so hard, right? Except...if it was easy, there wouldn't be a story here. When the sky trembles, it looks like Phaedra's life work might have been for
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Nathan Aronheim
Jul 06, 2019 rated it really liked it
Hard to rate. I would have cut two dozen pages from the first third of the book, but the last 50 pages brought me to tears repeatedly.

The author does a lot of telling rather than showing with his reintroductions to the characters, and he does it about people who I don't care about. I don't care if Vella always blames someone for bad things. I also feel like certain things (like Narky's opinion of Criton) were repeated several times, and a thorough readthrough of just Narky scenes would have caug
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Vivian Dolkart
Oct 26, 2018 rated it it was amazing

I was struck by the expansive and gender role bending world of A Breach in the Heavens.
Many elements stay with me- the impossible choices that leaders are faced with, the self control described for hiding thoughts from elves, the relationship nuances and growth between Bandu and Vella, and Narky and Ptera, the inclusion of significant dreams, the communication with Yarek with even the bark of the tree softening to receive prayer…
The characters all grow and yet maintain core elements and some bl
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Richard Johnson
Jan 29, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Well done

Looking forward to future endeavors. Reminiscent of C.S. Lewis' Perelandra series. Normally do not write reviews but series worth no5ing.
Jay Quietnight
May 01, 2019 rated it it was amazing
An excellent conclusion to this engaging trilogy! Dolkart keeps things unpredictable without relying on gimmicky twists. I hope to see more from this author soon.
Warren
Apr 20, 2019 rated it liked it
The series ended well.
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N.S. Dolkart spent the better part of a decade working in Alzheimer's and dementia care, but is now an ecstatic stay-at-home dad. Besides writing, he likes cooking, singing, and Israeli Folk Dancing. He does not like doing laundry, but he'll do it anyway.

Current writing project: A Breach in the Heavens, the concluding volume in the Godserfs trilogy.

Other books in the series

Godserfs (3 books)
  • Silent Hall
  • Among the Fallen