The Dice of Fate

The Dice of Fate

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What would you do if you were pulled from your ordinary life and had to survive by the knowledge in your head, and what you take with you to work? It is another average day working the phones in the call center, and Sanae is prepared for another long day of nothing interesting happening. When she suddenly finds herself stranded in the middle of a mysterious forest, far away from everything and everyone she knows, she has no choice but to explore the new land and meet whatever strange creatures might dwell there. Luckily, she hasn't forgotten her sense of adventure, and she tackles the new challenges with vigor. But for each answer she finds, there are new questions. What brought her here? Will she ever return? And if she could, would she want to go? One thing is certain, Sanae will never be the same. 250 pages, black and white illustrations, suitable for all audiences.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 250 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 14.48mm | 439.98g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507890133
  • 9781507890134

About Rohvannyn L Shaw

Rohvannyn Shaw has been an avid reader for her entire life. Raised by two writers, a love of literacy permeated her childhood. With this background, it was inevitable that she would eventually turn her hand to the family trade. Apart from paying the bills by working in a call center, she is also an artist and illustrator, and happily soaks up the Arizona heat with her partner. She is currently owned by two cats.show more

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