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Delvers LLC - Welcome to Ludus

Delvers LLC - Welcome to Ludus

23.3K Reads 1.7K Votes 45 Part Story
Blaise Corvin By Beardeplume Completed

Henry and Jason led normal lives in Seattle before they were abducted to another world.  Their kidnapper, the vain and self-styled god Dolos, refuses to send them back unless they can accomplish an impossible task. Oddly, Dolos doesn't seem to care if they succeed or not.

Luckily, Henry and Jason studied Historical European Martial Arts (HEMA) on Earth.  Unfortunately, a Japanese American EMT and a geeky IT programmer don't have many other useful skills on a sword and sorcery world like Ludus.

Thus, with no direction and only a few possessions including two magic-granting orbs from an apathetic god, the two begin their insane adventure to return home.

*Book One of the Delvers LLC Series*

Note:  Hey all!  I'm honored if you any of you decide to give my story a chance.  My favorite review that anyone's given me on Wattpad so far is here:

*Please note that while this story is on KU on Amazon, I had to take down 90% of my story from online.  This state of affairs will only last 3 months.  I'm sorry for any inconvenience.*



WhereAndHow WhereAndHow Dec 05, 2016
"I guess neither of [us] is exactly average in how we respond to stress."
Interesting premise. Just getting around to reading this. Lovely woek, mate.
WhereAndHow WhereAndHow Dec 04, 2016
"Seriously, why aren't you people on your knees or beginning for mercy or something?"
                              Shouldn't it be begging for mercy, instead of beginning for mercy?
jimtheauthor jimtheauthor Jun 20, 2016
Great stuff! I'm a sucker for stories like this, but you make it even more interesting by adding so much depth to the characters.
Beardeplume Beardeplume Sep 24, 2016
This book has been been published!
                              The published version is polished, professionally edited, and contains 2 extra chapters of content!
WhereAndHow WhereAndHow Dec 05, 2016
"Resetting you[r] brain can work almost as well as resetting a PC."