Games of Fate
by Kris Austen Radcliffe
This book was gifted to me for an honest review. Thank You!
Twenty-year-old Rysa forgets her ADHD medication and then starts having visions. Her abilities as a fate were activated when her mother spit in her orange juice. A gang of ghouls, also called Burners, attack and shackle her. A man and a dragon defend her. Ladon has history with Rysa's mother and it isn't friendly. There are three fates, one can see the past, one the present and one the future. Rysa is a singular fate, she sees past, present and future. Fates activate on a metal object, their talisman, which they then have to have on their person. Rysa seems to activates on the shackles the Burners put on her. There is so much going on in this book. The writing is really amazing. The pacing is spot on. The characters are likable. There is romance, magic, adventure and excitement. This book has it all. I didn't want to stop reading it. “Fate always has its due. Your purpose is to give its glorious clarity to the world.” 5 stars.