Broken Sky has ratings and 38 reviews. Tea said: The covers don’t do the content justice. I imagine many people turn away at the site of cartoons and. Broken Sky: #01, Broken Sky: #02, Broken Sky: #03, Broken Sky: #04, Broken Sky: #05, Broken Sky: #06, Broken Sky: #07, Broken Sky: #08, Broken Sky: # Broken Sky has ratings and 5 reviews. Jimmy said: Only the first two books got translated to Swedish, and I bought them when I was little. For years.
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ZigZagSuck rated it did not like it Sep 07, cgris I imagine many people turn away at the site of cartoons and anime-inspired stories, but outer appearance really belies the drama and serious nature of Broken Sky.
I do not know if I would like it the same way now, probably not. Thanks to my brother-in-law Joel, for recommending them.
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Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Kelli rated it liked it May 06, In truth, this book takes perhaps 3 hrs to xky. Without knowing at the time, I suppose I fell in love with this book and series because of the influences that the author was under: Not a full review. It has pretty good description.
Great concept and story, even if the prose is formal and wordy. According to Elani, the interwoven nature of the Dominions and Kirin Taq is like the ticking of a clockwith each “beat” signifying the passage of a moment in each world and the act of jumping from one set of beats the ticks to the other the tocks is how she visualises the use of her ability. They are held under the command of Princess Aurin, due to the heartstone around her neck – a fragment of a larger stone, whose siblings are attached to the Keriag Queens.
While this may not be such a loss to many of them, who feel their lives are already long over, the glimmer of humanity left in them prevents them from forcing Macaan to kill them off. The Keriags are another ancient race, which shares a common ancestor with the Koth Taraan.
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Possibly chri favorite book out of the series, although I was greatly saddened by certain events. Once the stones are in, they turn a certain colour which tells you what kind of powers you have.
Broken Sky is the story of two mirrored worlds, the Dominions and Kirin Taq. Sam rated it liked it Jan 02, I had begun to wonder why such obviously creative writers were still using elves and dwarves and magic swords as a template when it had long been done to death, and the Japanese fantasies — uninhibited by the shadow of Tolkien and deriving from different folkloric roots — were dazzlingly original in comparison.
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Daniel rated it it was amazing Nov 21, By nineteen he had signed his first book deal. Kristjanh rated it really liked it Feb 23, There are dozens of principle characters and hundreds of thousands of extras, storylines spanning three years book-time and all sorts of interlinking monsters, organisations and geographical wonders.
Chris Wooding has built a wonderful world, with a magic system I love and remember being quite jealous of when I was I first read this book so long ago that I can’t remember when it was, when it was broken down into 9 little books.
Usually, however, they are used alone, set into a metal collar but, in one instance, the damper stone is seen implanted into a slave miner’s body at the nape of the neck; a few inches up from where their spirit stones would start. Since you eky not on goodreads, its safe to express my rare appreciation for you here. Because of this, they are much slower than their Keriag brethren.
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I can’t wait to start the next book in the trilogy. This review may contain spoilers.
Apr 05, Evan rated it it was amazing Shelves: They are quite powerful and there are secrets in their life but things change when their father comes home after going to the city.
It is always passed on to the oldest Koth Taraan. The Jachyra are Macaan’s secret police.
Aside from the initial stereotypes, however, this is a pretty cool and well-written story. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.