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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.
Reminiscent of Douglas Adams. This is the best humorous novel I have read in a long time. Looking forward to the next in the series.Published 2 days ago by tya nut
It's a good idea, but suffers from some major pacing problems which make the storytelling uneven. The goalposts keep moving. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Pam Dzwonek
It was a really fun journey to read and the characters are witty along the way but I feel that the ending was underwhelming and rushed. It wrapped up like an after school special. Read morePublished 4 days ago by bunnygopoof
I found the pacing to be a real page turner and the dialog not only funny but genuine in nature. I highly recommend this book to people of all ages who are looking to have their... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Amazon Customer
Clever, funny, and lots of fun! On par with Douglas Adams! I'm looking forward to reading book 2!Published 6 days ago by Adam Philpott
This book is fun and witty with many moments that made me laugh out loud. The plot is unique and entertaining. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Thomas
It was a hilarious and interesting take on magic in medieval England. Almost a cross between the matrix and magic, with computers being the common component. Read morePublished 7 days ago by James D Johnston
Loved this book. It was an awesome story and reminded me a lot fo Ready player one. Recommend for the sci-fi, time travel, video game, wizard side of you.Published 7 days ago by N. Banta
This was a great book that mixed modern day and Medieval times flawlessly. Although I wouldn't have minded some Monty Python references, this is a great story of nerds who find... Read morePublished 8 days ago by Caroline Walker