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Death's Game
     

Death's Game

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by Brian Caulfield
 
It's what happens when two souls die at the same time. Death doesn't need to take them both. And he would prefer not too. That's why he fashioned his game. It began a long time ago, when Death had time for such leisure. Now it's rare that he gets to play. But, now and then, he makes time.

When Cole finds himself face to face with Death, he is offered a

Overview

It's what happens when two souls die at the same time. Death doesn't need to take them both. And he would prefer not too. That's why he fashioned his game. It began a long time ago, when Death had time for such leisure. Now it's rare that he gets to play. But, now and then, he makes time.

When Cole finds himself face to face with Death, he is offered a chance to extend his life by participating in Death's game. But in order to do so, another soul must take Cole's place in the afterlife.

Though he is reluctant, Cole agrees to play Death's game. Immediately he is thrust into a contest against an unknown competitor, both of them vying for a chance to return to life. The game consists of three challenges, each designed by Death himself, tailored to the individual it is meant to test. Whichever soul wins the most challenges, wins Death's game.

Cole will be pushed to his limits in Death's game, though what might be his breaking point is when he discerns who exactly he is fighting against.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940156748679
Publisher:
Brian Caulfield
Publication date:
08/25/2016
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
339,669
File size:
255 KB

Meet the Author

Brian Caulfield is a Long Island native who loves watching his cat torture his dog, both of whom have their own Instagram accounts. Exjasperrated for his cat Jasper, and Bellahandthebeast for his dog Bellah. They're cute, he promises, so if you wanna follow them, they'll follow you back. He is a Fordham University graduate with an Engineering Physics degree who spent his summers working on a farm or on a beach. Soon to be working at the Kennedy Space Center, Brian plans on sending his stories out into space and hoping someone likes it. Failing that, he wants to move into the mountains and chop wood for the rest of his life.

He'd like to say in advance, "Thanks for reading, I hope you enjoy it!"

If ya wanna chat, email me at
You can always follow me on Twitter @TheBrhinoceros
Also, I'm told my snapchat story game is killer, check it out, my username is: bcfresh
And I promise, I'll follow back

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Death's Game 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This isn't typically my genre but I figured I'd give the book a shot and I wasn't disappointed. I found myself really caring for the characters and was extremely sad when I had to put the book down. I'm very happy I decided to give this book a try
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I felt like I was physically with Cole on his journey. All of the characters are hilarious and personable, it was a great read and I definitely recommend it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
For real this book was dope
Bellah_Doggerty More than 1 year ago
From the prologue to the epilogue I was HOOKED. The connection I felt with the characters really made the reading experience fantastic. This author was able to hit all my emotions, I definitely think everyone should read it.
Jasper_Cathary More than 1 year ago
This is just a great storyline, such an interesting premise. The characters are really relatable and as you read you feel as if you are tagging along on the protagonist's journey. I really had a good time reading it, absolutely recommended.