The Sacrifice Game (Jed de Landa, #2)



The Sacrifice Game (Jed de Landa, #2) Epub The Sacrifice Game Jed De Landa, 2 Author Brian DAmato Chardonneret.eu The Mind Bending, Stunningly Inventive Sequel To Brian D Amato S In Courts Of The Sun, In Which One Man Holds The Key To Saving The World From The 2012 Apocalypse Foretold By The Mayan Prophecy.In Brian D Amato S Cult Classic, In The Courts Of The Sun, A Team Of Scientists Sent Math Prodigy And Mayan Descendant Jed DeLanda Back In Time To The Year AD 664 To Learn The Sacrifice Game, A Divination Ritual That The Ancient Maya Used To Predict The Apocalypse On December 21, 2012 But After Arriving In The Body Of A Willing Human Sacrifice Instead Of A Mayan King, Jed S Experiences Led Him To The Fateful Decision That Rather Than Avert The Apocalypse, He Must Ensure Instead That The World Ends.Using His Knowledge Of The Divination Game, Jed Sets In Motion A Series Of Events That Will Bring About The Destruction Of Humanity, Ending The World S Pain And Suffering Once And For All But Before The Plan Can Be Completed, The Organization That Sent Him Into The Past Discovers His Intention And Devotes Every Resource To Stop Him.Taking Readers Back To The Dizzying Action Of Ancient Times, The Sacrifice Game Is A Breathtaking Odyssey In Which Jed Must Survive Bloody Wars, Ruthless Leaders, Shifting Alliances, And Unspeakable Betrayal To Learn About The Game, Before His Time In Both The Ancient Mayan Empire And The Present Day Runs Out.

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  • Hardcover
  • 656 pages
  • The Sacrifice Game (Jed de Landa, #2)
  • Brian D'Amato
  • English
  • 19 January 2018
  • 0525952411

10 thoughts on “The Sacrifice Game (Jed de Landa, #2)

  1. Chy says:

    It took me about a year to read this book Because I knew when it was over, it was over I mean, I know there is, in theory, supposed to be a third book, but where is it man Where is it sighs So I d read and just be completely in the book, then panic and set it down as I recalled that the third one doesn t yet exist And when I d come back, sometimes months later, I would have retained everything that had happened up to that point Even names.This, for me, is nothing short of a miracle.The bo It took me about a year to read this book Because I knew when it was over, it was over I mean, I know there is, in theory, supposed to be a third book, but where is it man Where is it sighs So I d read and just be completely in the book, then panic and set it down as I recalled that the third one doesn t yet exist And when I d come back, sometimes months later, I would have retained everything that had happened up to that point Even names.This, for...

  2. Liviu says:

    FBC Review INTRODUCTION In 2009, Brian D Amato published the superb In the Courts of the Sun first in an announced trilogy called The Sacrifice Game The novel was a combination of near future extrapolations, time travel and a wonderful recreation of the Maya world of the 7th century, all narrated by unlikely hero Jed de Landa, orprecisely by Jed 1 a...

  3. Clay says:

    This was a stellar follow up to The Courts of the Sun albeit long awaited, I conversed with Brian here and there about the progress, and being the masterful penman that he is, didnt want to rush on perfection He picks up with Jed where the Courts left off, and plunges you headlong into the total immersion of the Mayan culture You feel like you are there with Jed and Lady Koh, feeling all the excitement and adrenalin as they countdown to the epic culmination of their strategy The use of the This was a stellar follow up to The Courts of the Sun albeit long awaited, I conversed with Brian here and there about the progress, and being the masterful penman that he is, didnt want to rush on perfection He picks up with Jed where the Courts left off, and plunges you headlong into the total immersion of the Mayan culture You feel like you are there with Jed and Lady Koh, feeling all the excitement and adrenalin as the...

  4. Dr. Bee says:

    Wow, that was intense I would give it five stars, but from a personal standpoint, some of the scenes were so graphic, I became physically nauseous In one instance, I couldn t even stomach the text, and had to jump ahead I never do that The story line is fascinating and unfortunately, we have to wait who knows how long until book three of the trilogy is released.I am completely intrigued by Brian D Amato He is clearly influenced by one of my favorite authors, Frank Herbert, but there is no q Wow, that was intense I would give it five stars, but from a personal standpoint, some of the scenes were so graphic, I became physically nauseous In one instance, I couldn t even stomach the text, and had to jump ahead I never do ...

  5. Michael says:

    Well that was weird BDA is brilliant Big time smart, a polymath And this book is a mind bending second chapter to In The Courts of the Sun All sci fi, all historical fiction, part running commentary on today s world I could go on I won t try to do it justice in a serious summary In short The main character was sent back in time by rogue Mormon defense contractors and tacky, violent utopians to Mayan Meso America, circa 664 AD, to find the psychoactive drugs and methods used by the Ma Well that was weird BDA is brilliant Big time smart, a polymath And this book i...

  6. David says:

    Here is something I hate A book that has an interesting plot, but is overwritten and badly in need an editor Oh, and throw in an author who is fixated on torture and writes long overly graphic descriptions of same ...

  7. Sherrie says:

    The author s descriptions of ancient Maya, it s people, and culture are so detailed I felt transported back to that time His stream of consciousness style of writing is gripping.

  8. Jean-Michel Desire says:

    Well, one thing for sure Brian Damato has a fantastic way of bringing us back to Mayan times Great storyline, fitting in exactly where In the courts of the Sun left off, which in itself was a hard act to follow, but Brian did it Like its predecessor, this book needs time and attention to be fully enjoyed there is however one thing that tends to minimize its potential and it s that if you are not totally familiar with the Mayan counting system and some street lingo, there are passages that Well, one thing for sure Brian Damato has a fantastic way of bringing us back to Mayan times Great storyline, fitting in exactly...

  9. Viviane Crystal says:

    When Jed was a small boy, as depicted in D Amato s first novel In The Courts of the Sun in this planned trilogy, his mother taught him a game that turned out to be a Mayan divination ritual, a game in which one could predict the future and even time travel Now in this second novel, it turns out there are two Jed characters,...

  10. Amy Lignor says:

    The extremely intricate story that was woven in this author s first book, In the Courts of the Sun, moves forward ten fold with this new title.Jed DeLanda, the character that reader s met the first time around, is a descendant of the Mayans With an unmatched brain that allows him to do everything from highly confusing mathematics, to his odd ability to play the Sacrifice Game, which is a slightly confusing ritual that the Mayans put in place in order to protect the actual demise of civilizati The extremely intricate story that was woven in this author s first book, In the Courts of the Sun, moves forward ten fold with this new title.Jed DeLanda, the character that reader s met the first time around, is a descendant of the M...

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