Cadman’s Gambit by D.P. Prior is free today from the Amazon Kindle store, and has received an average user rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars based on 7 customer reviews. You can pick up your free copy by clicking here or typing in http://amzn.to/ywHyyx into your computer’s web browser.
Here is the book’s description from the Amazon website:
Dr Ernst Cadman has led a quiet life, but that’s how he’s wanted it all these hundreds of years. With a secret like his, anonymity and caution are the best friends a man can have. Nothing could tempt him from the safety of his parasitic existence at the heart of the city of Sarum—at least nothing this side of the Abyss.
Cadman stakes everything on obtaining the artefact that once destroyed an entire civilization, but in so doing he draws the gaze of a sinister presence from beyond the stars.
Meanwhile, Deacon Shader, veteran of the war against the undead armies of the Liche Lord, has one last fight in him. This time it’s just a tournament, with the prize a sword steeped in myth. Win or lose, Shader intends to defy his Templum master and retire to the Abbey of Pardes.
When a horror from the past wrecks Shader’s monastic dream and leads him to plague torn Sarum, he finds an ancient power unleashed that imperils more than he could possibly imagine—a power now in the hands of Dr Cadman.
Gods tremble, and worlds will fall unless Shader can conquer his personal demons and accept the fate he’s been prepared for since birth.
“Cadman’s Gambit” is the first book of the six part SHADER series by D.P. Prior. An excerpt of Book 2, “Best Laid Plans”, is at the end of the Kindle version of this book. There are also excerpts from three other great fantasy books.
The Kindle version also includes the stunning cover art of Mike Nash, two beautifully rendered maps, and a clickable table of contents.
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