The Principles of Sorcery

The Principles of Sorcery

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by Paul Edwards
     
 
Always wanted to write a book so here it is. I was a fan of pulp fantasy fiction so I tried to write a novel in that vein. The main character travels through time and space as he unravels the nature of the universe.

Overview

Always wanted to write a book so here it is. I was a fan of pulp fantasy fiction so I tried to write a novel in that vein. The main character travels through time and space as he unravels the nature of the universe.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940011096600
Publisher:
Paul Edwards
Publication date:
08/05/2010
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
446,577
File size:
293 KB

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I live in Peterborough Ontario.

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Principles of Sorcery 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 21 reviews.
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Shallow characters and a simplistic plot line keep this from being interesting. You never find yourself caring about any of the characters and the plot is weak. Glad it was a quick read
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Aspleme More than 1 year ago
While the idea behind the story is interesting, there doesn't seem to be much challenge in the discoveries. Character interactions are flat and don't seem believable. Furthermore, the author seems to make a point of being incredibly cynical about Christianity and people in general. How can readers enjoy a story when we are being lectured on shallow people are and how little individuals matter?
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xenarox14 More than 1 year ago
I usually hate scifi. This book should be a genre onto itself. The concept is so geniusly woven I had to remind myself I was reading a novel, not an interesting narrative history. Get this book while it is cheap, because it is going to become. a classic!
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Jake Palmer More than 1 year ago
it is so good you have to get itit is awesome!
Kaeme More than 1 year ago
So I found this story to be quite enjoyable when I wasn't cringing at the misuse of they're, their, and there and general grammatical errors. The idea that the universe is a program written by the creator and humans can "hack" it was something I really enjoyed. I also enjoyed the overall theme that when you have everything, you really have nothing that is of any value. If you can overlook the grammatical errors, this story was a funshort read.
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