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Blood and Chance
  • A fluid style that brings to life strong and memorable characters
  • Deep knowledge of antique mythology
  • A thrilling tale of war
Hélène P. Mérelle
Blood and Chance
(Le Sang et la Chance)
Type
Fantasy
Word count
120,000
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Gods and men clash in an ancient war

The Hittite kingdom, present-day Turkey. Milan, the bastard half-brother of the Hittite king and one of the leaders of his army, has always been protected by the God of Chance. But on the eve of a battle he makes a pact with the Storm God to save the life of Maya, one of his female warriors.

In exchange, the Storm God sends Milan and Maya to hunt for his missing son. They embark on a dangerous quest which will bring many dangers and during which they must outdo bounty hunters, hostile tribes, and enemy gods.

  • A fluid style that brings to life strong and memorable characters
  • Deep knowledge of antique mythology
  • A thrilling tale of war

About the author

Hélène P. Mérelle
Hélène P. Mérelle is a literature graduate who has always been fascinated by mythology. She is hard of hearing and spends much of her time reading or writing in silence, and travelling to places that are rich in history and that spark her imagination.