The mysterious Gage is a warlock who’s escaped the cruel Ivory Tower, where witches and warlocks rule with an iron fist, and is in hiding in Low Town. Here he plies his trade, hoping to fly under the radar of the vengeful rulers who have vowed to track him down. Low Town is a unique place—a town where elves, faeries, trolls, werewolves and vampires walk among humans, and Gage has an unusual roster of clients and friends.

 

But when Gage goes one step too far in a desperate attempt to save a woman’s life, he’s suddenly exposed—risking the tentative freedom that his secret life has brought him.

 

More of Gage’s enchanting adventures await in the next Asylum Tales adventure, Dead Man’s Deal.

 


 

Once you’ve mastered the puzzles in this challenging app, you can test your skills with dozens of other great apps from Difference Games here.


 

 

Free Fridays Recommends

 

Each week, we ask our featured author to recommend a book or author that you may want to check out. Since authors are such passionate readers themselves, we thought you might like to find out what they love to read, too! Here’s what Jocelynn recommends:

 

Comments
by decemberroses on ‎04-13-2013 03:58 AM

I have a Nook HD+, and I download the hidden objects app, but I cannot get it to show up. Does anyone know, is it not for the HD+? Thanks.

by pagemage on ‎04-13-2013 10:27 AM

I love this Fridays Blog, check it regularly, and rarely miss a weekend.  Even if I find nothing of interest to me, which seldom happens, I enjoy reading every comment as well as the book reviews on the original post.  So I wish to thank everyone who comments but mostly the contributors of links to free books.

 

Many of the books have lead me to purchasing other books.  Yes, I like the introductions to new books and new authors that I may never have found otherwise.  But I also like the introductions to new series.  I have purchased the remainder of new series more than once after reading a free selection - found here or elsewhere.  

 

My Nook (which I call Nook, by the way) is such a pleasure.  I read more because I can set the font larger and easily see it without my "specs." Also, I can optimize the back lighting to corelate with the setting in which I am reading.  This means reading in bed with neither glasses nor lights to worry about if I fall asleep.  Also the hubby can sleep while I read.

 

Best of all though is that those free introductions to new reading are readily available.  Again, THANK YOU to all who participate on this blog!@

by TomeTraveler on ‎04-13-2013 11:43 AM

I always love Free Fridays, but it's a real winner this week...I'm downloading free books to my Nook while sitting in my hospital bed. Stocking up with some new books to keep me from going crazy with boredom and beeping monitors. What a great concept! Love my Nook and all the FF contributors!

by Thebookfinder on ‎04-14-2013 01:50 PM

Hey people!! It took me a lot of work, but I was finally able to make a compilation of 24 very cheap books that you can buy from B&N for only $55!!!! Check it out!!

 

http://thebookfinder.blogspot.com/2013/04/24-ebooks-for-55-b-edition.html

by DawnH on ‎04-16-2013 11:57 AM

I am so bummed. I was out of town over the weekend, and now the Angel's Ink book appears to no longer be a Freebie. So sad that I missed it, as it sounds like a great book.