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The Curse of the Zwilling [Kindle Edition]

Don Sakers
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Book Description

PATAPSCO UNIVERSITY: IT'S HOGWARTS MEETS BUFFY

Patapsco University: a small, cozy liberal arts college like so many others -- except for the Department of Comparative Religion, where age-old spells are taught and magic is practiced.

When a favorite teacher is found dead under mysterious circumstances, grad student David Galvin finds that something evil has arrived at Patapsco. A malevolent force that is after the powerful magical tomes and artifacts stored there. Something that will stop at nothing to feed its own growing power.

And now David, along with four novice undergraduates, must face the ancient, malignant terror known as the Zwilling. He and his untrained, untested students are all that can keep the world from falling under The Curse of the Zwilling.


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About the Author

Don Sakers is the author of DANCE FOR THE IVORY MADONNA, THE LEAVES OF OCTOBER, and A VOICE IN EVERY WIND, and editor of CARMEN MIRANDA'S GHOST IS HAUNTING SPACE STATION THREE.

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  • File Size: 399 KB
  • Print Length: 384 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Speed-of-C Prodcutions (August 2, 2010)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B003Y5H97K
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5.0 out of 5 stars Enjoyed it, waiting for a sequel October 22, 2010
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My favorite of all of this author's books. I loved the writing and enjoyed the characters. It was as if some of my old college buddies were brought to life. I remember role playing games that lasted all night and all of us thinking we had special powers. I am waiting for the sequel. I hope it comes soon. There could be a whole series!!
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Don Sakers was launched the same month as Sputnik One, so it was perhaps inevitable that he should become a science fiction writer. A Navy brat by birth, he spent his childhood in such far-off lands as Japan, Scotland, Hawaii, and California. In California, rather like a latter-day Mowgli, he was raised by dogs.

As a writer and editor, he has explored the thoughts of sapient trees (The Leaves of October, Baen 1988), brought ghosts to life (Carmen Miranda's Ghost is Haunting Space Station Three, Baen 1989), and beaten the "Cold Equations" scenario ("The Cold Solution," Analog 7/91, voted best short story of the year.)

In 2009, Don took up the position of book reviewer for Analog Science Fiction & Fact, where he writes the "Reference Library" column in every issue.

In his day job, Don works for the Anne Arundel County Public Library. His actual job title -- "Library Associate" -- makes it sound like he gives lots of money to the Library, but in fact it's the other way around.

Don lives at Meerkat Meade in suburban Baltimore with his spouse, costumer Thomas Atkinson.

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