Games of Adversaries was quite a surprise for me. In the beginning it seemed to jump from one type of reality to something so completely different that I wondered if I had missed something. Not in the least though, as reading on showed me.
This story deals with a coming together of cultures so different that it's amazing. I don't want to spoil anything for you but that is difficult. There are two main characters, one from each world, and they need to work out a mutual problem, but before they are ready to do that they first need to find a commonplace where they understand each other's background. This, of course, goes with plenty of problems.
The story flows well, moves along swiftly and yet brings enough information and background to understand the implications of most actions. I appreciated this book very much.