A Breach in the Heavens (Godserfs #3) (Mass Market)
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Other Books in Series
This is book number 3 in the Godserfs series.
Wizards battle gods to save the world—and one heroic sorceress stands at the center of it all—in this 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’s work been for nothing? She’ll need a new plan—and her friends’ help—to keep the worlds from smashing into each other and shredding all of creation.
Unfortunately, not everyone likes the new plan. To the God of the Underworld, destroying creation doesn’t seem like such a bad idea . . .
About the Author
N S Dolkart was home-schooled until high school by his Israeli father and American mother. He is a graduate of the notorious Hampshire College in Amherst, Massachusetts where he studied creative writing and Jewish studies. His Godserfs trilogy explores theology in an epic fantasy setting, with gods who do more smiting than explaining. They are not metaphors for his parents, who are lovely people.
Praise and reviews for the Godserfs series:
“Silent Hall is very nearly a perfect novel. I wish my first book had been anywhere near as inventive and challenging to the norm.”
—James A. Moore, author of The Last Sacrifice
“Epic fantasy at its most divine.”
—Sean Grigsby, author of Smoke Eaters
“A great, mythological sort of story that brings all of high fantasy’s good stuff to the table without having all that Good Ol’ Boy fantasy nonsense of its genre predecessors from the 90s and early 2000s.”
—Jasmine Gower, author of Moonshine
“I am constantly surprised how a new author can bring a creative world into the light of the written word and unfold a competent and entertaining novel. Really astounding, as it reads like an accomplished author that has been writing for many years. GET THIS!”
—Koeur’s Book Reviews
“Once again N S Dolkart has achieved an epic tale with an intimate feel because, despite the vast topographical and conceptual canvas, you experience the characters’ needs, emotions and concerns.”
“True and rewarding fantasy at its best.”
“An excellent debut from a new author. What a lush world of magics and peoples, gods, and dragons. What’s more, the author set it all in a patriarchal world, yet delivers some rather feminist notions in a very organic way. Likewise, there are nuggets about racism and even domestic violence, but done so subtly and woven in so smoothly that they don’t stand out as such. They just blend in to make a much rounder story that has a lot more to say than the typical medieval-patriarchy fantasy. A delightful surprise, and cleverly done.”
—Women of Badassery
“If you are a reader of fantasy, I highly recommend Silent Hall, the first in Dolkart’s new series. Read it because you like a comfort read. Read it because you like to read about close friends succeeding together. Read it because you appreciate the value of ethical interaction that is so lost in most of the fantasy literature coming out today. Read it for its cleverness, read it for its endearing Talmud like study of a fantastical theology. Read it because of its feminist bent or its discussion of the value of knowledge and the fear that knowledge can generate. Read it to watch characters learn to love themselves. Read it because it’s raining outside. Whatever. Read it!”
—Dirty Little Bookworm