Rifter 1: The Shattered Gates

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The Rifter is a ten-part serialized novel by award-winning author, Ginn Hale. The first episode, The Shattered Gates, was published on March 8, 2011.

When John opens a letter addressed to his missing roommate, Kyle, he expects to find a house key, but instead he is swept into a strange realm of magic, mysticism, revolutionaries and assassins. Though he struggles to escape, John is drawn steadily closer to a fate he share with Kyle—to wake the destroyer god, the Rifter, and shatter a world.

“The true sorcery here is in Ginn Hale’s writing, which is by turns funny, fierce and lyrical. I can’t say enough good things about her work. Rifter is an astonishing story: terrifying and yet romantic. I was bewitched from the first sentence.”
—Josh Lanyon

6 Responses to “Rifter 1: The Shattered Gates”

  1. [...] and Link: The Shattered Gate Author: Ginn Hale Publisher URL: Weightless Books Genre: Fantasy M/M Length: Novella (100 pgs PDF) [...]

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  3. [...] Rifter is a ten-part serialized novel by award-winning author, Ginn Hale. The first episode, The Shattered Gates, was published on March 8, [...]

  4. [...] The Shattered Gates (Rifter #1) Author: Ginn Hale Publisher: Blind Eye Books Pages: 110 Characters: John, Kyle POV: 3rd Person [...]

  5. [...] The Shattered Gates (Rifter, #1) And so it begins, another Ginn Hale inspired addiction, this one woven somewhere between the contemporary and an alternate reality that is only just starting to take shape as a place of extreme danger, a place where being an outsider might mean a painful death, and a place where John’s enigmatic roommate Kyle has a job to do. So many questions remain unanswered—Why? How? The most significant of which is what, as in what will happen next? [...]

  6. [...] Archer’s Heart at 650 pages by Astrid Amara (one of the reasons I haven’t read it) and The Rifter by Ginn Hale is over 1000 pages in total I believe. Although that was broken up as a [...]

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