Ante up for the game of a lifetime!
Billy Fox, a small-time gambler on a losing streak, has more than enough problems on his hands, owing too much money to some very impatient people. But when he rescues a blinded stranger from a swarm of bloodthirsty fairies, Billy’s life gets a lot more complicated....
Seems the stranger is actually a powerful local god who is involved in a high-stakes Florida poker tournament against various supernatural challengers. And with his eyes currently missing, he needs somebody to take his place at the gaming table. Before Billy knows it, he finds himself playing against the likes of an ancient Egyptian mummy, an unbearably seductive succubus, a mechanical man, an insect queen, and a cannibalistic beast-man. And not just cards are in play; magic, bloodshed, and cheating are not only expected, they’re encouraged.
Everybody, including a sexy satyr-girl with her own cards up her sleeve, thinks that Billy is in way over his head. But Billy is a born gambler and, when the chips are down, he might just change his luck for good! Blind God's Bluff is an outrageously addictive urban fantasy that will keep you listening until the very last hand.
Billy Fox is in a tight spot.… He owes money to the wrong people and now he has found himself in a high-stakes poker game with the likes of a mummy, a succubus, and a mechanical man. Billy is going to need more than just luck if he is going to find his way out of this one. Adam Verner's performance fits Billy's brash persona perfectly. Verner relates the humor and suspense with stunning ease. Fast-paced and fantastic, Blind God's Bluff is an outrageous romp not to be missed.
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Different, but needs some work.
it needs to be more in depth. If you don't like poker then this book will not have a great deal of appeal. The world seems interesting and it would have been good to see it better developed.
I like a lot of his warhammer novels and this is definitely a whole different type of book.
The narration was good and matched the pace of the story. I think I would not have finished the book whereas the narrator adds enough o make the audio book worth finishing.
It was, but I wouldn't make it a priority to listen.
- Serene Night