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[Ebook] ➧ The City of Seven Gods Author Andrew J. Peters – Businesscurrency.co.uk A 2017 Silver Falchion award winner and a finalist for Best Book of the Year Fantasy in the 2016 Foreword INDIESKelemun was bought from his peasant parents to tend the inner sanctum of the house of AkEbook The City of Seven Gods Author Andrew J Peters Businesscurrencycouk A 2017 Silver Falchion award winner and a finalist for Best Book of the Year Fantasy in the 2016 Foreword INDIESKelemun was bought from his peasant parents to tend the inner sanctum of the house of Ak A Silver Falchion of Seven PDFEPUB award winner and a finalist for Best Book of the Year Fantasy in the Foreword INDIESKelemun was bought

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The City Epub from his peasant parents to tend the inner sanctum of the house of Aknon where wealthy men pay mountain sapphires to behold the beautiful City of Seven Kindle servants of the god Chosen to bring offerings to Caliph Kelemun captures the fascination of the young prince Praxtor who has never been denied anything his heart desiresJa’bar was hired to roughhouse wayward proselytes for

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The City of Seven GodsThe high priest Aknon Horheb In abbat’lee it’s good paying work for a Stripeling a jungle savage in the eyes of the city natives and if he’s stingy and stays out of trouble it will buy him a plot of river landBut the splendor of abbat’lee is a mirage disguising a grotesuerie of corruption When Kelemun and Ja’bar’s threads of fate entwine on a night of chilling betrayal their only hope for redemption and survival may lie in one another

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  • Frederic

    reader Á The City of Seven Gods ↠ Andrew J Peters The City of Seven GodsI have been gifted this book via NetGalley in exchange for my honest opinionI have to tell you I am a big fan of mythology I remember that when I was a teenager I could not get enough of it It is fascinating to learn about all those gods and goddesses that were worshiped by so many individuals in the past I strongly believe that our history has the key to change our current events Some of you might think that I am delusional but one thing that had always intrigued me in those myths is the way they can be translated into our 21st century events and issues That is what I found in the City Of Seven Gods I also traveled into a fantasy land that I enjoyed immensely with great characters It is a brilliant story and the writing style is great When I am reading a book that is set in a fantasy world add to that some mythology inspired elements it is taking a while to get used to the names cultural traits and the other elements of the story In this book it only took a couple of page


  • Garrett

    reader Á The City of Seven Gods ↠ Andrew J Peters The City of Seven GodsThis was a read for review Apparently the first person to read it had a problem with it because of all of the gay relationships read sex in it Peters is an LGBT advocate and a gay aut


  • Diverse

    reader Á The City of Seven Gods ↠ Andrew J Peters The City of Seven GodsThe City of Seven Gods by Andrew J Peters is great for the fantasy lover and the historical Though if I was to be precise I'd say it's a historical fantasy and mythology This book focuses heavily on the religious and the customs of Egypt Africa and Mesopotamia and it's very fascinatingIt's a duel POV story between MC's Ja'Bar and Kelemun Kelemun works in the House of Aknon as a sex slave for lack of a better term It's a luxury and an honor to serve the Gods but one Kelemun is longing to escape from Ja' Bar is a Stripeling He's a rough and r


  • B.A. Brock

    reader Á The City of Seven Gods ↠ Andrew J Peters The City of Seven GodsA historical fantasy with a world that's a mix of Ancient Egypt Africa and Mesopotamia the details in The City of Seven Gods were amazing but I prefer Peters' Greek historical fantasies The slave trope is admittedly not one of my favorite tropes but I even after accepting my bias I still found this plot line a bit anticlimactic because the protagonist's will was tragically naive


  • Lisa The Novel Approach

    reader Á The City of Seven Gods ↠ Andrew J Peters The City of Seven GodsI was introduced to Peters’ work through The Seventh Pleaide a young adult historical fantasy which centered around Greek mythology and customs The City of Seven Gods was a departure on that strict Greek theme and was about a fantasy world that combined Egyptian Mesopotamian and African religions and customs but it was no less detailed and fascinating That’s one of the aspects that sets Peters’ worlds apart from others’—his attention to details You can feel his worlds taste and smell themThe City of Seven Gods is about


  • ItsAboutTheBook

    reader Á The City of Seven Gods ↠ Andrew J Peters The City of Seven Gods Review can be read at It's About The Book From the moment Kelemun is born he is a burden to his family So he’s handed over to the priests for a fee The priest basically buy young boys from poor areas and convince them and the people in the village that it is their duty to their god to give their bodies over for sexual gratification to anyone willing to pay the price Of course the temple keeps the profits All the boys are chosen for their beauty Kelemun is chosen as the most beautiful and given a title This angers one of the men in charge who then takes it upon himself to make Kelemun pay When Kelemun loses his temper he’s sold off to a handsome prince who is smitten with him So he goes from giving his body to others for God to a prince’s concubineI think this story could have been better for me personally if it had gone somewhere Kelemun is passed around and then escapes He’s devout to his god Then sad and lost he’s been forsaken by the men of the te


  • Dorian Graves

    reader Á The City of Seven Gods ↠ Andrew J Peters The City of Seven GodsI wanted to like this book; the premise was interesting and I'm all for uniue fantasy worlds and gods But while the story and setting have potential the experience is soured by problematic language one note characters and an anticlimactic endingThere are two plotlines to this novel with protagonists who only meet a handful of times throughout the novel The primary plotline is Kelemun’s detailing his fall f


  • Susana

    reader Á The City of Seven Gods ↠ Andrew J Peters The City of Seven GodsI received an ARC from the author in exchange for an honest reviewYoung and beautiful Kelemun loves his life as a kairos in the Temple of Aknon but his life changes suddenly when Praxtor Caliph's son falls in love with him and buys him from