The Gambler's Fortune (2020)

The Gambler's Fortune Juliet E. McKenna The Gambler s Fortune Livak has decided it s time she turned her new found connections with powerful mages and mighty princes into solid advantage for herself If she is to have any sort of future with the swordsman Ryshad
  • Title: The Gambler's Fortune
  • Author: Juliet E. McKenna
  • ISBN: 9781857239898
  • Page: 241
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
The Gambler's Fortune Juliet E. McKenna Livak has decided it s time she turned her new found connections with powerful mages and mighty princes into solid advantage for herself If she is to have any sort of future with the swordsman Ryshad, they need the means to live independently of her gambling and travel and the ties of his oath Livak discovers that knowledge of the ancient aetheric magic Artifice as theLivak has decided it s time she turned her new found connections with powerful mages and mighty princes into solid advantage for herself If she is to have any sort of future with the swordsman Ryshad, they need the means to live independently of her gambling and travel and the ties of his oath Livak discovers that knowledge of the ancient aetheric magic Artifice as the Tormalin call it is being sought by both Messire D Olbriot and Planir the Archmage By locating those who hold the secrets of Artifice first, Livak will hold the key to untold riches THE GAMBLER S FORTUNE is a wonderful new fantasy adventure in the Einarinn series, with magical storytelling, powerful characters and a richly detailed world Look out for information on this book and others on the Orbit website at orbitbooks
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  1. Jacob

    Repost from drying ink 2010 0 Juliet E McKenna s Tales of Einarinn is a series I ve been reading earlier, with mostly a lot of enjoyment The Gambler s Fortune is the third book in the series, and one returns to Livak, an itinerant gambler and trickster, now aiding Tormalin efforts against the Elietimm for a price.The Elietimm, or Men of the Ice established as the main antagonists of the series, opposing the Kel Ar Ayen colonists and the mainland alike Although few in number, they use a magic lo [...]

  2. Bev

    This book is the third in the series concerning Livak and the wizards of Hadrumal.Although I enjoyed the first two books this one was a bit of a drag The story was slow and did not achieve much Livak annoyed the hell out of me and could have done with a good slap.Overall this seemed a half hearted attempt at a filler book, to pad out the overall series.

  3. Bethany D. Thompson

    Great story, too many typosI love this story, but it is plagued by a number of typos The sense of the plot isn t lost, but it ruins the flow.

  4. Nicholas Whyte

    nhwvejournal 61786ml return return McKenna s work scores well above the average in at least three respects return return First, oddly enough, is the fact that the books are clearly rooted in role playing McKenna makes no bones about this in any of her interviews It seems to me that this has a fundamental impact on the way the books are structured you have a campaign, you have to begin it and end it, you have to provide a certain rate of incidence of exciting events, the characters are classified [...]

  5. grellian

    The third installment in The Tales of Einarinn series continues from the point the previous volume left us the remarkable discovery of the rich traditions of the Archipelago and the dark, coveted secrets of people from ages long gone Our main characters Ryshad and Livak have started to plan their future life together, but before their final reunion one last impediment remains The point of view in The Gambler s Fortune is yet again transferred to Livak, as the retired thief turned almost noblewom [...]

  6. Steven Poore

    This, the best book in McKenna s series so far, draws together the separate threads of sorcery aetheric magic, Eliettimm mainlanders, history quest to satisfying effect Now that the threat from the Ice Islands has been identified, Livak seeks her own measure of profit from the hunt for hidden aetheric magic But the Eliettimm themselves are now strong enough to cross the wide oceans and wreak havoc across the NorthEven here on the middle of a series, McKenna takes time to set the stage and introd [...]

  7. Benjamin Thomas

    The first two books in this fantasy series were a bit tough for me to get throughetty good world building but lots of characters that seemed cut from the standard molds I awarded them both 3 stars but even that felt forced However, I do tend to be a completist and just hate to leave a series in the middle so I decided to give this third one a try I had thought it was the last of a trilogy but now realize there are two so far but I just don t plan on continuing It s not a good sign when I have t [...]

  8. Lynn

    I struggled to finish this book Having re read the first two books in the series to re visit the stories I first read them both than 15 years ago , I was anticipating the same type of complexity.I was perplexed by the high level of seemingly gratuitous violence at times it felt overdone and without purpose I felt that this installment was lacking somewhat in complexity and not up to this talented author s usual standard That being said, I will continue with the series because Ms McKenna is cert [...]

  9. Doris

    Livak has decided to use her connections read they owe her into a chance to make a fortune for herself so as to allow her to establish a homestead with her paramour She travels with a motley crew of misfits, seeking the source and skill to use ancient magic I never quite got into the story though maybe you had to have read the previous books in the series this is the 3rd in the series.I definitely liked the ending though a final solution to a bad marriage deal

  10. Gavin Greig

    An excellent sequel to The Thief s Gamble and The Swordsman s Oath It s nice to catch up with the lead character of the first novel, and to meet Sorgrad and Sorgren intriguing though slightly worrying characters.Unreservedly recommended.

  11. Jenny

    fun fantasy book, a little slow moving with an obvious plot still curious to see what happens and thought the end was creative.

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