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Pazia Ke'Lieren is a dice maker by trade and one with a bond to her dice that transcends mere carving. Although she is used to dealing with the occasional disgruntled customer, being kidnapped and spirited away in a magical coach is something entirely new, even for her!

This time, though, rather than unsatisfied customers she has to deal with impoverished nobles who have an ...
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Fatecraft

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Overview

Pazia Ke'Lieren is a dice maker by trade and one with a bond to her dice that transcends mere carving. Although she is used to dealing with the occasional disgruntled customer, being kidnapped and spirited away in a magical coach is something entirely new, even for her!

This time, though, rather than unsatisfied customers she has to deal with impoverished nobles who have an axe to grind with their fate. In order to pull off their ambitious plans, then need someone with a special feel for dice: Pazia!

Things are looking grim for this lowly dice maker - but with a little help from a half-breed clock maker and her own clever fingers, Pazia might just be able to stack the odds against fate itself and win!

An exciting fantasy adventure that rolls the dice against Fate itself in novelette length by the creative wit and talent of author Lindsey Duncan.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012804983
  • Publisher: Darwin's Evolutions
  • Publication date: 6/29/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 355 KB

Meet the Author

Lindsey is a life-long writer and professional Celtic harp performer, with short fiction and poetry in numerous speculative fiction publications. Her contemporary fantasy novel, Flow, is forthcoming from Double Dragon Publishing. She feels that music and language are inextricably linked. She lives, performs, and teaches harp in Cincinnati, Ohio.
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  • Posted July 13, 2011

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    Highly recommended

    This is a great fantasy adventure; well told, fast-paced; easy to care about the characters and what is happening. A little on the dark side. Highly recommended read for fantasy lovers.

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