In our lives, who decides the road we take to get to work or to a date? Do we decide it? Or is it destiny? This is the feeling this book means to communicate, the way fate can change an ordinary-looking situation into something dangerous or strange, or both. In ''The six faces of a die'' you will find math equations which might transform our reality, movies which seem to become alive, and trips to the mountain in which tranquility will never be present, among others. But, within all these tales, there lies a question: who throws the die which decides the future of the main characters in all these stories?