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The Godgame - Keith Deininger
The Godgame
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Some say the world of Meridian is in its last age of existence. The Flood is coming, an event that will wipe the planet clean of corruption. But for humanity, there are more immediate troubles. A war is brewing between the decadent and industrial City of Talos and the rural territory of Nova. ... show more
Some say the world of Meridian is in its last age of existence. The Flood is coming, an event that will wipe the planet clean of corruption. But for humanity, there are more immediate troubles. A war is brewing between the decadent and industrial City of Talos and the rural territory of Nova.

When twelve-year-old Ash Alexander is recruited by the Novan militia, his life—and the life of each member of his family—is thrown into chaos, into a war far deadlier than anyone could have predicted.

While Ash’s sanity is tested against the horrors of war; a woman seeks to uncover the mysteries of the School of the Unseen in her lifelong quest to travel the world; a man will do anything to cure his wife of a horrible sickness; and the chief adviser to the ruler of Talos will align himself with grotesque and otherworldly beings in order to achieve his ambitions.

The Godgame has begun.
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Format: Kindle Edition
ASIN: B01600NNCA
Publisher: A Meridian Codex Book
Pages no: 238
Edition language: English
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Andreya's Asylum
Andreya's Asylum rated it
4.0 Review of The Godgame (#1) by Keith Deininger
How do you sum up a world? From our brilliant storyteller, Keith Deininger, we have The Godgame, a full-immersion plunge into a fantastical world known as Meridian. First introduced in the book Shadow Animals ( a personal favorite of mine), we delve straight down the rabbit hole - and we keep on goi...
Char's Horror Corner
Char's Horror Corner rated it
4.0 The Godgame by Keith Deininger
The Godgame is a difficult book to label. It doesn't conveniently fit into any one category. I'll call it a dark fantasy tale with some epic world building and characters I won't soon forget. Featuring various cities and races of people, all the pieces of this puzzle do not yet fit together, but...
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