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Gay Dark FantasyWhen Erick disappeared it wasn’t that big of a surprise Ben’s drug addicted lowlife brother was always pissing off dangerous people so it was easy to assume he’d made the wrong person mad Sure it sucked but Ben got over itThen one night four years after Erick vanished Ben comes face to face with a mysterious man with silver hair the same person who was last seen with Erick After a failed attempt to get answers from him Ben becomes obsessed with finding the silver haired man he’s sure killed his brother Though who he ends up finding isn’t uite his brother’s killer but an odd young man with pointed ears who brings Ben to a new world that he’d never fathomed existedAnd all the baffling this strange looking young man is telling Ben that not only does he need Ben to help him save their kingdom from a rebel king that rebel king is none other than Erick


10 thoughts on “The Gods Games Volume 1 2 The Gods Games #1 2

  1. says:

    5 STARS FOR BOOK 1 2 IN COMBINED GRAPHIC NOVEL EDITION There is also a non graphic meaning non explicit in this example of this novel too for younger readers If you love fantasy then I doubt it matters as YA readers will have access to a less explicit novel BOOK ONE 475 STARSI absolutely loved uil Carter's new series The God's Games it's a fantastic new high fantasy series that uil has finally released After revising and refining it numerous times since he was 14 years old it was his first attempt at writing and although uil's dreams of one day becoming a published author has already been fulfilled with the release of the Fallocaust series by releasing The God's Games to the public it's evident in the dedication which is written to the 14 yo uil by the way just how important the release of this particular novel is to him personally It was a nice touch and well done because it's not cheesy and a bit tongue in cheek The God's Game's also moves right away from uil's previously published series which is an extremely dark and nasty futuristic dystopian world from hell it's another amazing series thoughuil is also never short for words making his novels massive This is no exception to his rule either and is an epic journey about three young men one human and two elves Ben Teal and Malagant It begins on earth before the real adventure takes off and because he likes to take his time to unravel his stories he keeps them at a good pace maintaining your interest through character development and an excellent storyline This book reminded me of fantasy novels I read growing up in the 80's and it's just as good The three young men called upon to play this round of the God's games don't know each other and obtaining one of them is done in a nasty fashion but as the first two begin this uest the third comes along to their rescue pulling them out of a nasty situation one of many that they face and that continue to get worse as time progresses They're given clues on how to go about finishing whatever their monumental mission is on Elron in a book the begins to mysteriously write cryptic clues riddles and poems once the games begin and given assistance by Anea's PA lol a demigod Kelakheva who was appointed by the Elder God Anea to further assist them along the way to over throw any tyrant in charge of the land's or keep peace by stopping wars with the Jewel of Elron which is handed to them by Kelakheva each time a mission begins and they chosen and known as path walkers Anea who vanished after handing over control to the demigod Kelakheva was shortly followed by his children but something is seriously amiss this time around as the three MC's Ben Teal and Malagant are constantly directed into harms way I was really taken with this fantasy story which consists of many twists and turns but overall it's just an excellent read that contains one of the best cliff hangers ever at the end of Book One I think I'd be beside myself if the second novel wasn't included and I didn't even come up for air as I continued on read Book Two uil that would have been an EVIL ending ; having to wait for book two to come out would have been pure tortureBOOK TWO 5 STARSThere isn't a single second of time dividing book one from book two It begins immediately from where book one left off yet it's even action packed it's a touch shorter but harrowing and a real edge of your seat ride as the story ploughs on I can't wait to see where this series goes


  2. says:

    FantasticI can’t express how much I loved this fantastic book So I won’t even try uil Carter has an imagination beyond brilliant So it’s hard to take in that this book was started when uil was a wee lad 14 years old Astounding Now I’m rubbing my hands in glee looking forward to book 2 Gotta find out what happens to Ben Teal and Malagant Not to mention King Erick Both of him humanother lol With the length of this book it could take several years and if so I’ll be waiting


  3. says:

    uil had done it again I never thought I would be able to find another book series as amazing and imaginative as Fallocaust but he proved me wrong This book proves he's not a one trick pony The characters in this book have so much depth and character you will fall in love with them both good and evil After reading the last book in Fallocaust series i have been eagerly waiting for uil's next book and i was worried that because it wasn't part of the falloucaust series i wouldn't enjoy it as much but i was wrong its just as amazing I couldn’t put it down and I devoured it in a day i can't say it enough i love love love it I also like that there is a not so graphic version so i can recommend it to my friends So to sum it up READ THIS BOOK and thank you uil for starting a new series i can obsess about


  4. says:

    Oh uilHe knows so much of my effed up heart sometimes The feel of this book is a lot younger than his Fallocaust world books despite its soul woven of gritty dark and gore I am looking forward to reading the next book I hope he never ever stops writing


  5. says:

    WHY ISN'T THIS BOOK RATED AT LEAST 450?Seriously Too underrated First of all the charas are interesting and lovable The dialogue between them is witty without even trying too hard Second I love the dynamic between the protagonists It feels so natural and pure even though this is a graphic novel which makes it so fresh The plot is a little predictable though I dunno maybe because the author gives a lot of clues especially with the identity of the main antagonists But perhaps that is to gradually introduce a plot twist to the readers Other than that the novels is pretty awesome This is one of the few MM fantasy novels I've read that I found really engaging and I've read uite a number of them The good things about this book outweigh the petty issues I have with it


  6. says:

    Four and a half stars Started out really slow but by the last uarter of the first volume it got so good that I stayed up all night to finish the book I just wish there wasn't a cliffhanger at the end since there is no date available for when we can see a conclusion to this story


  7. says:

    Wow wow wow I’m going to be super honest here because this book deserves your attention I’m going to start by saying I find the beginning of fantasy stories hard to read the new names places magic races warsKingdomsit always melts my brain until finally it starts clicking into place The first half of this book is super vague I feel like I didn’t learn much and the characters just kind of went about their lives learning how to be a part of their new world I was waiting for new information and I gotsome There is little to no romance and I’m 100% ok with that but there was little of that suspense and tension I love in a good fantasy bookuntil just before halfway and then this book will blow your mind It was such a thrilling ride and some of the times I was terrified It made me appreciate the beginning That uiet learning of characters the building of trust and friendship A reality of a prophecy the is a lot complicated than it seems If you’re a fan of dark fantasy then give this book a try I have a feeling book 2 is going to be brilliant


  8. says:

    DNF chapter 3 I was ready to DNF reading the prologue but wanted to give it of a chance The prologue contains everything I hate about pretentiously written fantasy books It’s long and info dumps a ton of unpronounceable made up names and places and adds nothing to the plot so far Because when chapter one starts the story does a complete 180 and it’s set in the modern day with an unlikeable drug runner and his pure hearted immigrant roommate he wants to corrupt I initially thought this was supposed to be a graphic novel because of the description in the title but unfortunately not Just means that version of the book is “explicit” There’s also a lot of typos and while written in third person it randomly jumps from one character’s perspective to another and makes it very distracting to read Anyways from what I’ve read I’m not interested in reading


  9. says:

    So good it been long time since I enjoyed a book so muchThe God's Game it's a high fantasy epic magic setting a whole new world to be discovered and enjoyed but it's also Dark and creepy in an amazing way making all the magic world way real by giving it to dark and raw side The plot starts a a little slow but it really worth it because by the moment all is settled it takes good pace and intensity becoming adictive The characters are just great really worth the reading just to get to know them really loved Anagin I need of him Malagant Ben and Teal are may babys their relationship is precious Well built and developed characters that I personally fell in love with well constructed and complex plot and really interesting wold building Dark interesting and adictive Absolutely recomend it


  10. says:

    Chills Starting this book was hard It really jumps right into another world and leaves the reader feeling a little lost A lot of names of places people things and a lot to keep track of but don’t worry uil does an excellent job of filling you in as the story progresses and boy does it ever The stuff that makes no sense in the beginning comes back in the most bone chilling ways and the riddles start to make sense The characters are well developed though not uite as well as those in Fallocaust but still relatable I will admit I was trying to guess where things were going the entire time and I never was right which I loved Predictable is boring and this book was anything but predictable It left me very excited for the next book Great job on another awesome book and killer series uil