Aoseh is a minor character in Carve the Mark by Veronica Roth.
Aoseh Kereseth is the husband of Sifa, and the father to Cisi, Eijeh, and Akos. His currentgift is the breaking and repairing of objects. He is killed during the abduction of Eijeh and Akos at the beginning of the novel, by Ryzek Noavek's henchmen.
Aoseh is a very gregarious man, loving father, and affectionate husband. He is often bickering lightheartedly with his wife, and he is very protective of his children. Despite coming from a military family, Aoseh is a farmer.
Aoseh's currentgift is the breaking and repairing of objects. The former he does (often) unintentionally, often in states of heightened emotion. He is able to repair objects that he breaks, but not very well; the Kereseth home is filled with mugs that have more or less come back together.
Aoseh is murdered by Ryzek Noavek's henchman Vas Kuzar during the kidnapping of Eijeh and Akos. Vas' second cousin Suzao Kuzar, and Kalmev Radix were also part of the raid. All three men are then killed by Akos over the course of the novel. Vas' death is in large part orchestrated by Aoseh's widow, Sifa. Sifa was not present for her husband's death.