Pawns in a Larger Game (The Immortal Wager Saga Book 1) E. Michael Brehm

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Pawns in a Larger Game (The Immortal Wager Saga Book 1) by E. Michael Brehm
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It begins with a simple wager. To relieve the monotony of their immortal existence, Death and Fortune place a bet with one another, each claiming to be the more powerful god. To settle the matter, they elect to play a game of caissa. In the hands ofMoreIt begins with a simple wager. To relieve the monotony of their immortal existence, Death and Fortune place a bet with one another, each claiming to be the more powerful god. To settle the matter, they elect to play a game of caissa. In the hands of the gods, however, the figures of alabaster and onyx—the castles, knights, cantors, kings, queens, avatars, and of course the pawns—are not merely pieces on a board, but rather human lives upon the mortal plane.As the game unfolds, those lives begin to come together in strange and unusual ways.

A monk comes to Kersen for the first time in forty years, and what he finds there will alter that realm’s sad and unfortunate history. In Sarha, an emperor awaits word from his troops at the front, but when word finally comes it threatens to unravel the very empire he worked so hard to rebuild. And when the god of Peace falls in love with a mortal, the afterlife and the immortal plane become fair game, as well. Suddenly, no man or god is immune from involvement, and both the living and the dead become drawn into the fray. Alliances are formed and cast aside. Riches are gained and lives are lost.

Everyone must play the game but only a few can win, as Fortune favors some while Death waits for all.



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