About the Blood (Book 4)

Keith C. Blackmore

Strength.
Honor.
Death.

Once every year, in the city of Sunja, gladiators meet within the arena known as Sunja’s Pit. Some men enter for the lure of fortune, some for the fame, and some simply for the fight. The games continue for days until a champion is finally crowned.

Or until all involved perish.

The fighting season continues, and as a result, Goll prepares to participate once again in the games while one man plots revenge upon the returning Kree.
Growing weary of the insolent Prajus, golden-faced Gastillo seeks to strike a bargain with the wine merchant Nexus, which would rid him of his troublesome gladiator and provide him with the wealth to forever leave the games.
Seeking death, Pig Knot wanders the alleys and backstreets of Sunja and discovers the city of his birth does not favor him in the least.
The captured Jackals embrace the Pit and discover the arena sands favor them.
And the Perician Weapon––now called Wonder––faces perhaps his most telling match yet.

This is blood sport at its finest.
At its worst.
At its longest.

131 Days: About the Blood (Book 4). Contains violence and some language.

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