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A twisted tale of luck and greed! Greed that makes any god blush. Luck that is worth more than gold. Then again, according to the gods, humans are nothing but their playthings, and what luck gets them is nothing but misery.

Edbert battles to save his bookshop, asking help from the gods, but they have a way of screwing up even the well-thought-out plans. Not only his but the entire kingdom's. It might be better if he skipped tonight's secret ritual entirely, but the goat's head has to work. 

Worth of Luck is wry, action-packed, humorous fantasy novel set in Leporidae Lop. Step into an adventure about friendship, injustice, and carrots.

©2018 Liquid Hare Publishing (P)2019 Liquid Hare Publishing

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This is a light fantasy in a world where a Pantheon of gods will deliver luck if followers produce the right incantation. The problem is there is a limited amount of Luck so when someone gets luck - somebody else loses it. Here is humor and come-uppance and multiple different characters that are entertaining. So you can read it as a light fantasy and/or reflect on deeper question of why getting ahead has to mean taking it from someone else. Could be read as an allegory for competing interest and nations. I wrote a longer review but apparently audible did not like it. So here we go again. This book is in the style of a famous English fantasy author that I won't mention because I guess it's not allowed. Hint : T.P.

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