Review: Godkiller by Hannah Kaner

Title: Godkiller

Series: Godkiller #1

Author: Hannah Kaner

Kissen kills gods for a living, and she enjoys it. That is until she finds a god she cannot kill: Skediceth, god of white lies, who is connected to a little noble girl on the run.

Elogast fought in the god war, and helped purge the city of a thousand shrines before laying down his sword. A mysterious request from the King sends him racing back to the city he destroyed.

On the way he meets a godkiller, a little girl and a littler god, who cannot find out about his quest.

‘Her father fell in love with a god of the sea.’

Born of Osidisen, the sea god, Kissen and her family grow until tragedy takes hold and a godkiller is born.

~ Kissen, a godkiller,
~ Inara, a girl with a secret,
~ Skediceth, the god of white lies,
~ Elogast, on a quest from a King,
~ All need to get to the same place. And in their land, there’s strength in numbers.

I really enjoyed this! I loved the world that was created, the concept of the gods, how Inara grew, Kissen’s strength and how Skedi also comes to learn.

Can’t wait for more from this author!

‘You are not welcome here, godkiller.’

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