All three thrilling volumes of Endgame: The Training Diaries, the prequel novellas to the New York Times bestselling Endgame series, together in one paperback bind-up!
Before they were Players . . . Before the Calling . . . They trained to be selected as the one to save their ancient bloodline—and win Endgame.
Follow the Twelve through sacrifices and betrayals, broken hearts and broken bones, as they shed their normal lives and transform into the Players they were meant to be.
They must train, learn, prepare.
To Play, survive, and solve.
To kill or be killed.
Endgame is real.
Endgame is coming.
And only one can win.
I finished Sky Key the other day and after all the intensity and drama and death (I almost cried.) seemed to build up and… well the end felt a little anti-climatic. Nonetheless I move on to the final book in the main series, Rules of the Game.
James Frey is the author of A Million Little Pieces and My Friend Leonard. After battling with alcohol addiction and spending time in rehab, he wrote A Million Little Pieces which was published in 2003 in America and the following year in the UK to critical acclaim. He wrote the sequel, My Friend Leonard about life after rehab, which was published in 2005 in the US and the year after in the UK.
James Frey now lives in New York with his wife, daughter and dog. He is still writing. Most recently he has published Bright Shiny Morning, and his new book The Final Testament of the Holy Bible will publish on 12 April and is available for pre-order now.
He is also one of the authors that share the pseudonym Pittacus Lore, author of the Lorien Legacies.
Frey sounds like an interesting guy.
Haha he is from what I’ve seen and his books have a lot of biblical reference, but more of “the aliens are God” kind of thing which at times made me shake my head but otherwise, the stories are great!
(I had to scroll way, way down on my Reader to find your blog… I realized I haven’t looked at it in a while and also realized I follow too many blogs. Sorry!)
Anyway, I like the cover to this one. I didn’t know this book existed with the series, but I still have yet to read the series.
Haha I haven’t been posting a lot recently. Camp NaNo is taking up so much of my time I’ve barely had time to read just to catch up my word count.
I haven’t read this Training Diary series but it sounds great in light of the main novels.
That makes me feel a little better then, lol.
Haha good. Hows your Nano going?
It’s going really well! A lot better than I had expected it to go, actually. How about you?
I’m about 6000 words behind schedule to be ahead. My weekends are busy so I don’t write then and lose 3500 words for those two missed days. Sooooo stressed!
Aw, that sucks. But as long as you’re writing when you can, that’s all that matters. Any writing is progress.
Yeah that’s true. I’m sure I’ll catch up today. But thanks. And I’m glad you’re doing well and writing better than you expected. Good luck with the rest of it 🙂
Thanks. Good luck. 🙂