A teen girl has become a prophet of legend. Now she faces her greatest challenge: killing the sun goddess who oppresses her people.
Riwenne has performed countless miracles and saved hundreds of thousands with her powerful magic. With the aid of the moon goddess, she has turned back time and reversed death. The empire is falling apart and its people are looking to the rebels for help. For the first time in centuries, there is hope of a better future. She’s ready to end the violence and find peace.
But her greatest enemy, the sun goddess Chysa, isn’t going down without a fight. She transforms the empress into a demigod who can bring death and destruction on a scale they've never seen before. And together, they make a machine that can kill gods.
To stop the sun goddess once and for all, Riwenne must get her hands dirty again. This time, the evil goddess won’t stop at imprisoning her rival gods. The sun and the moon goddesses are locked in a battle to the death. Riwenne's friends aren't strong enough, so she'll need the help of her own rivals.
Time for her to fulfill her destiny and kill a god.
Riwenne & the God-Killing Machine is the final book in a steampunk fantasy series for teens. If you like magical girls, lesbian romance, and clashes of the gods, then you’ll love Kristen S. Walker’s series of guns and gears.More info →
THE WARDEN. Soren is a nameless, stateless man, tasked with keeping watch over Maricol’s borders. He isn’t meant for politics, only dealing with the dead. His past was buried in the poison fields, but after a fateful encounter with a prince, Soren comes to realize he can’t keep what magic burns inside him hidden forever.
THE PRINCE. Vanya Sa’Liandel was the spare who survived the Houses’ murderous games to become the Imperial crown prince of Solaria. He has a duty to his country, but he’ll owe his life to the wardens. Payment of any kind is costly, especially when he’s at risk of losing his heart to the man who saved his life.
THE COG. Caris Dhemlan hears the siren song of clarion crystals better than anyone in Ashion. That skill for inventing has enriched her bloodline, but it’s who she can become that will ultimately entangle her with the Clockwork Brigade.
THE PRINCESS. Eimarille Rourke should have been raised to be queen of one country; instead, she is prisoner of another. Guided by a star god, Eimarille bides her time in a gilded cage, spinning a political web to gain a throne and start a war the world isn’t ready for.
From the author who brought you the Soulbound series comes a queer steampunk-inspired epic fantasy.