By Mayer Alan Brenner
Welcome to the Dance of Gods!In a global of magic, the place desktops and nanotechnology are gone, the place inconsiderate gods fight for energy with little regard for these under, one unfortunate guy needs to make a few difficult judgements ...Maximillian the Vaguely Disreputable isn’t convinced what’s occurring within the village of Roosing Oolvaya. Someone--probably a god--has trapped Max’s buddy the nice Karlini in a citadel that retains attempting to movement on the such a lot inconvenient instances, and of course it’s as much as Max to determine the best way to spring him. however the gods throwing their weight round in Roosing Oolvaya are greater than Max bargained for, and shortly he’s stuck among necromancers, operating with a detective named The Creeping Sword, or even dancing with loss of life itself in a determined try and keep the town from catastrophe.“Three separate strains of motion have interaction disparate characters in a race to converge eventually in a tremendous blast of motion ... leaving the reader breathless yet satisfied.” --Kliatt
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He bounced to his feet, ran through the door and into the street, elbowed aside an enticingly dressed young woman and the heavily whiskered riverboat man who had his hand on her hip, and reached the boy at the mouth of the alley. The boy had started to sag limply to the ground. Shaa pinched him on the bridge of the nose, quite hard. The boy failed to react; his eyes neither moved nor blinked. “Ah,” Shaa said again. He put an arm around the boy’s shoulders, lifted him partly off the ground, and started toward the Bilious Gnome.
Of 34 MAYER ALAN BRENNER course, I shouldn’t have worried, Roni’s the smartest person I know. ” “I got myself rolled over and kind of staggered toward the exit,” Karlini said. “I suppose you could say I made it. My body made it, anyway. Just as I crossed the plane of the portcullis I felt a terrible pain in my chest, like it was being crushed by a giant foot. I started to pass out. Roni grabbed me as I started to keel over backward -” “He was also turning a fairly remarkable blue color,” she said.
I felt - how do I describe it? - I felt like my aura was being drained down my forefinger and into the ring. More lightning came out, followed by balls of fire. My perception was strange, distorted, I was stretching out and being compressed and wrapped around, the world was getting vaguer and more distant, and then - snap! -the world was gone. ” Karlini took a drink of water, let his head flop back, and gazed up at the ceiling, which Max thought he must have memorized by now. Max looked away, staring at a spot over Karlini’s head, his lips pursed, and took the final few puffs on his cigar.
Catastrophe's Spell (The Dance of Gods #1) by Mayer Alan Brenner