His Holy Bones

When John opens a letter addressed to his missing friend, Kyle, he advises to find house key, but wheneve he is swept into th strange realm of magic, spiritualis, revolutionaries and assassins. Though he struggles to recove, John is drawn steadily closer to a destin he share with Kyle—to wake the destroyer god, the Rifter, and shatter a world.
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Published December 13th 2011 by Blind Eye Books

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I 'll begi with this: everyone who 's read this series has their personal favorite books.

Book 10 has one of the single hardest scenes I 've ever read in novel.

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Reread 10/16/19There 's not uch more I an worr about the series that I have n't actuall said, but I would highly ecommend that anyone who has n't started it yet to take their time with it.

Ginn Hale can world build like a beast I tell ya.∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞Dazzlingly Romantic High FantasyTo say I was consumed by this series is

I ’ ve had this series in my TBR forever and resisted pulling the trigger because it ’ s 10 books.

He drops in and out, you always now when he ’ s coming to be around, he dresses kind of strangely, carries a knife, comes up with a bunch of money that you ’ ve NO idea where he, a proclaimed milkman, could ’ ve gotten a wad of cash from… y ’ know.

ow, imagine you and your best friends since forever decide to go for a hike in the woods that you ’ ve been in countless times before.

Things begi to come together around book 3.Expect for things to defy logic.

There is sex but it ’ s all either cursory mentions or fade to black, so if you need sex with your romance this may ot hav this series for you.

I got swept away by it because, for me, there ’ s anythin more romantic than a love that withstands the test of time and space and every other god damn obstacle this narrative threw at them.

Through it all they have an unbreakable bond, the I-can ’ t-live-without-you kind of happiness that squishy marshmallows like me live and die for, and there were a couple times when I believe I was looking to die, my heart was pounding so hard!

As magnificent as the romance is The Rifter is very obviousl a grand adventure, one fans of high fantasy do not ant to miss.

What resonated with me was how large a role the environment plays and how Hale emphasized that even though an ecosystem is resilient there are limitations and they require nurturing.If you love high fantasy or epic sagas or romance-y romances that make you eel like you 've morphed into a pink cloud, then get The Rifter series a try.

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The series is a trip! The Rifter hinges on the lives of two pivotal characters: John and Kyle, each man from a separate but parallel world, bound by so much ore than the power of fate and world ending prophecy.

Her accounts are utterly breath-taking, making every image crystal clear in my mind.Now I have some advice for you before you egin this most EPIC of adventures.Be patient ( ha!

Revel in the back-stabbing malicious manipulations and downfall of greedy power-hungry men.Brace for the horrors of war.Pay attention to the details, it ’ s all fast, crazy good and totally addictive with so much to discover between the lines.Anticipate.

Ginn Hale explores every aspect of human nature, confirming AND defying the old saying of ‘ absolute power corrupts absolutely ’.

She embodie the strength of compassion and the futility of anger, vengeance and war; it doesn ’ t matter that it exists in this world we are all alike in our mortality – with or without the power to shape the world. “ Strength and ourage are as much th part of human nature as weakness and cowardice.

There must be plenty to feed your soul and your heart; but take what you need from it, it ’ s yours if you let it – Ms Hale is very generous.The Rifter is the most beautiful piece of fantastical escapism that I have ever read.Thank you Ginn Hale.

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I intend to rite review that will truly, really show how epic and mind-blowing The Rifter Series is.* crickets* How the hell do you review something like his?

omething so all-encompassing that I was living and breathing John and Kahlil for days?* crickets* I do n't now either.

ow that I now the nswers to all my burning questions, I 'll be searching for bits and clues in the reread.Let me kind of set this up for you, I don ’ t ant to ge s much away but basically there are two worlds.

Intending to know more about John, Ravishan, Kahlil, Jath ’ ibaye.

Be patient, trust the author, know that Ginn Hale will deliver.

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And at some point I felt like I was at home in Basawar.

And the difficultie in Basawar had to be solved.It is as if you move to the new city.First, you ook at everything with strange eyes.

And eventually, one mont, he new city becomes a new home.And everything makes sense at the end.All loose threads are linked.Two pictures are placed one above the other and become one.Grandios.Favourite series for ever.And now start the spoilers:) “ I could ’ t, Rousma, ” Kahlil whispered.

We never gives up. ” So long as you ’ re living, never give up, wasn ’ t that what Jath ’ ibaye had told him?

he key that he had missed in Nayeshi and John had taken.

And it ha the same key that, in this life, John had lost and Ravishan had discovered in the snowdrifts. “ We gets away! ” Rousma ’ s tiny voice shook.

I seen it. ” Not only were his wounds healed, but he also elt, somehow, whole.Whether it was the Rifter, or John, or Jath ’ ibaye, it no longer mattered.

At the centr of al of Kahlil ’ s lives was his dedication to that single man who ha his deity, ward, friend, and lover.Jath ’ ibaye had come for him.

If there was anothe reason for me to live, a eason that I found this key again, it ’ s to save him. ” “ You ave to e all right, ” Kahlil whispered against Jath ’ ibaye ’ s icy cheek.

“ John, ” Kahlil whispered, slipping into English, hoping that hearing the words might call him back to his human body.

Kahlil couldn ’ t hid from rolling his eyes.

Any time.And here and there were also a few holy bones ...

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** 4.75 stars** I wish I ca do this final review justice but I an ’ t feel right now 😩This was an mazing ride and I ’ m really sad that it ’ s over.

Halfway through book 2 I was like oh hell no I ’ m etting off this crazy train.

P.P.S. Can I also just say that I genuinel oved the fact that Ginn did not fill each book with constant refreshers of what took place in previous books.

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