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Will’s life has definitely changed since that day he went hiking in the woods of Pennsylvania. He’s discovered that reality is a lot bigger and stranger than he had ever imagined. Learning about the portals that link the infinite number of worlds opened his eyes to that wider reality. Learning that he was being groomed to become the Champion of a God in one of those realitWill’s life has definitely changed since that day he went hiking in the woods of Pennsylvania. He’s discovered that reality is a lot bigger and stranger than he had ever imagined. Learning about the portals that link the infinite number of worlds opened his eyes to that wider reality. Learning that he was being groomed to become the Champion of a God in one of those realities was an even more startling discovery. But now it’s time for him to pay the bill for his ‘recruitment’. Just as the Gods on a single world fight and jockey for power and position, the older Gods from the many different spheres of the infinite play a much larger and more complicated game. The Goddess Aryanna has a quest she needs completed, and William and four other Champions are the ones tasked to do it. What bothers Will however is what could a Goddess possibly need? And why would it take five Champions to retrieve it?...

Title : the god game
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ISBN : 23200495
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 179 Pages
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the god game Reviews

  • Curtis
    2019-03-24 04:11

    Excellent and Expanded This story is easily as nice as the first book was, and expanded in scope to provide a larger story and plot. I hope the author writes more of these: they're good reads and there's a lot more potential storylines yet to read. Recommended.

  • Kelly
    2019-03-21 02:08

    Good readI love this story. The author has literally, an infinite number of directions to take the plot. I can't wait for more stories.

  • Bruno Di Giandomenico
    2019-03-22 00:08

    Between Van Vogt and FamerI am giving a five stars only because it is the second book and the impact of the new has faded a bit. Still very good, a tale told as it should be, light, interesting, not pretentious, and funny. Light humour, but good enough.Five champions of different gods in quest about which they know little, and they will know about only at the end. Across a number of worlds which prove strangely enticing and the more they go on, the more they seem to know them, at least those champion coming from our planet and knowing classical stories. I am saying too much already. Plenty of fights, some sex, but not told in detail, just like a discharge of tension, and it is part of the links among the champions, about who sleeps with whom, helps build the team. How can they proceed if at the first world they are wiped out in a few minutes ?For you to discover. You can read it standalone, but having read the first one is better. Still Felogustus and Aryanna as main gods, but we learn a little bit more about gods and how they can live and grow and prosper.

  • Trevor Sherman
    2019-03-23 05:57

    Completely average except for the teenage boy sex fantasy fulfillment part. That was so bad it was funny. While there was no graphic depictions of any thing carnal a guy goes from being fired from his job in I don't remembersvile USA to the friend of one God and the Champion of another one with a few wives that get pregnant every time he graces their planet. But both wives (one a queen) are completely happy giving birth constantly and fine with him having a second wife and actually he can and does sleep with someone just about every night. The second book is not as funny and the whole plot was basically stolen from the Odyssey but it was much shorter so it had that going for it .... the narrator for both books was good though

  • Robert Mccain
    2019-03-26 05:10

    I liked itGood storyline, some plot twists and a bit funny at times. Does have a lot of sex, but as an adult reader it doesn't bother me. More typos than the last book, but bearable. Gonna read the next book and plan to keep going.

  • Donny
    2019-03-01 23:49

    I find myself conflicted with the protagonist's shirking of parental duties. He claims to love his 2 wives (each on a different world) and has children. But the books never go into him having a relationship with his children. No playing with them. Nothing. We barely got their names.I am hoping that there is quality time in future volumes.The constant casual sex is one thing, but the apparent neglect of his children is taking away from my enjoyment.

  • Johnny
    2019-03-11 06:03

    164Pages does not a book make.Decent short story though.A few mistakes where not fixed. You can tell where they are by the red print.

  • Kate
    2019-03-08 02:56

    Excellent read, good story!Really liked the mc, supporting characters also! Enjoyed the journey and especially the quirks along the way. Recommended! Good series!

  • Niels Baumgartner
    2019-03-25 04:02

    Well doneLooking forward to book 3.Wonder how Steph will take the news. Wink wink...This is a very fun series.

  • Heath
    2019-03-25 04:06

    Good Read. The second book of the series. More is found out on the main character and a trek is needed to a unknown destination (till the end).

  • Craig Russo
    2019-03-01 00:55

    Really quite good. I still get the impression that the author is sex craved to write about it so much...but I think he does a pretty good job of it.

  • John D
    2019-02-27 02:02

    Nice quick readAs quick to read as the first. I Ike the possibility of what can happen in future books. Concept was something I had never thought of before.

  • Effie Eshel
    2019-03-22 05:03

    Loved it. Recommend to all who like grand fantasy with action, likeable characters, beautiful people and good results.

  • Tracy Conley
    2019-03-02 23:45

    fun book

  • Gadi
    2019-03-04 22:54

    Fun storyWell written and engaging. Definitely a step up for the genre. Can't wait for next one. Good balance of adventure and relationships.

  • Logan Horsford
    2019-02-28 03:59

    Half a star better than the first book, but I round down.Another romp.Giving it the extra half star because it seemed less like 'male wish fulfillment' and more like 'are any of the characters (the mortals) really getting a good deal by working for the gods'.The only frustrating part is they didn't 'take out the trash' a lot earlier. It was one of those stupidly frustrating things where people kept noticing 'Huston, we have a problem' yet did nothing to fix it.Times like that, you start to wonder why you care about the MC's.

  • Daniel
    2019-02-28 05:48

    The first one was better, this book tries to solve the first ones lack of conflict by introducing a quest. Which turns out to be one giant sex orgy after another. Whats with books these days and all the sex, I liked the story just fine without it. I guess you need to bang everything in escapist fantasy.

  • Andrew
    2019-02-25 04:50

    It is very similar to the previous book, and i mean that in the best possible way.

  • M.L.
    2019-03-24 23:50

    This book has the same flaws as the previous one, though the different worlds displayed here steal the show.

  • Mark Zodda
    2019-02-24 06:11

    Light-weight and generally fast moving. Nothing makes me care about the characters or want to read any more of this series.

  • Mike
    2019-03-07 01:06

    Enjoyed this book the most of the all four that are currently out in the series.