Dark Magic: Witches, Hackers, & Robots

Dark Magic: Witches, Hackers, & Robots #2020

Dark Magic Witches Hackers Robots Magic is described as science we do not understand and illusions as tricks of controlling audience perspective Black hat or white hat good or evil witches hackers and robots work types of magic a
  • Title: Dark Magic: Witches, Hackers, & Robots
  • Author: Emma Nelson Hannah Smith Kayla Bashe Derrick Boden George Brewington Daniel Carpenter David Castlewitz Dantzel Cherry
  • ISBN: 9781945654008
  • Page: 363
  • Format: Paperback
  • Magic is described as science we do not understand and illusions as tricks of controlling audience perspective Black hat or white hat, good or evil, witches, hackers, and robots work types of magic a little beyond our day to day comprehension And what is exciting than the inexplicable DARK MAGIC is all around us Join us for a thrilling ride.
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      363 Emma Nelson Hannah Smith Kayla Bashe Derrick Boden George Brewington Daniel Carpenter David Castlewitz Dantzel Cherry
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      Posted by:Emma Nelson Hannah Smith Kayla Bashe Derrick Boden George Brewington Daniel Carpenter David Castlewitz Dantzel Cherry
      Published :2020-03-10T23:36:56+00:00

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    First of all I would like to thank and Emma Nelson and Hannah Smith for the opportunity to read and review their book As with all anthologies it is a bit harder to do a review on the book as a whole I have come up with a system which I think is fair and I rate each story I will say as an overall anthology I rather enjoyed this book and most of the stories contained there in That s said Here is how I rated the stories Cleaning House 5 stars Great Way to start the book White Stones of Bosherton 5 [...]

    Just in time for Halloween, this start up publishing company has released their first of many books A collaboration of both new and veteran authors create the perfect spooky collection of short stories to add to your shelf This anthology was my first dip into science fiction since reading The Lunar Chronicles, albeit a very different kind than Marissa Meyer s world I have to say though, while you probably won t find me surfing specifically in the science fiction section any time soon, this book [...]

    Every short story will hold you to finish Each is different and although several are along tried and true themes all are slightly unique and thoroughly engrossing

    A really good collection I wasn t sure what to expect, but Colleen Quinn s creepy and pitch perfect opening story won me over straight away.

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