Ian Farthing, apprentice cobbler, was the town fool. Hardly the stuff from which heroes are made!
But Ian, it seemed, had a destiny to fulfill. And Destiny — or was it just a roll of the sorcerer’s dice in the multiverse Doom games? — wanted Ian to enter the Dark Circle, where Dark Lords bought Bright, and demons, dragons, talking cats and magic were the least of the perils a hero must brave on a misguided quest to save a beautiful runaway princess…
Praise for Destiny Dice:
“A delightful series…” Robert Adams
“Hilarious” — Piers Anthony
“Take one part T.H. White’s THE ONCE AND FUTURE KING, two parts William Goldman’s THE PRINCESS BRIDE, a smidgen of Tolkien and a hefty helping of originality, and what do you have? THE DESTINY DICE…and a lot of fun. — Joel Rosenberg