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Fair story , but went into nothing, no sub plots, a little predictable .
This was a very fun read, the premise was interesting, the characters were interesting, and the ideas were fleshed out well.
Scott Meyer builds a very interesting, and somewhat unique, take on magic and a world in which to set it.
I found this to be a light enjoyable read, nothing to take serious. Kind of a silly story, but the characters are fun and the plot is humorous.Published 39 minutes ago by M. Anderson
I was really into the book initially but it really lagged in the middle. Far too many conversations between Martin and Philip discussing wizardry and time travel. Read morePublished 16 hours ago by HiMyNameisMikeHowareYou
Being well versed in the old computer programming world, I loved this book. My only big concern was that a big part of the book revolved around '15 year old boy teenager' problems... Read morePublished 1 day ago by dmy
Interesting idea (not to spoil) on how a bunch of people became "wizards". While the book targets teenagers, even my 10 years old read it with the interest.Published 1 day ago by E. Teveler
Easy read. It would make a great movie if Bruce Campbell would play the role of Phillip.Published 3 days ago by P. Collopy
Wonderful read. Fantastic concept done in an amusing fashion. Readers will want the sequel ASAP.Published 3 days ago by GrampaK
When I first saw the premise of this book, I thought it was an clever concept (speaking as someone who spends their days tweaking text-based configuration files) which an author... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Trent A. Fisher
Boring, trite, with hints of homophobia and misogyny sprinkled in.Published 7 days ago by Julian Modugno