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Warped and Wired: The Wryter Chronicles: Book 1
     

Warped and Wired: The Wryter Chronicles: Book 1

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by Joshua Caleb
 
Magic and Technology don't mix. At least until now. Portia Greyleesah, a member of an ancient and magical race of beings called Wryters, and Mitchellina Cruise, a normal human island girl living in the pacific, are each content with their respective lives. But when each discovers the dark secrets of their true parentage, they both reluctantly leave their very

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Magic and Technology don't mix. At least until now. Portia Greyleesah, a member of an ancient and magical race of beings called Wryters, and Mitchellina Cruise, a normal human island girl living in the pacific, are each content with their respective lives. But when each discovers the dark secrets of their true parentage, they both reluctantly leave their very different lives in search of the truth. They are forced to join together, much to their dismay, in order to uncover the secrets and truths, eventually working together to bring down the dark villain that threatens the lives of the entire world.
www.TheWryterChronicles.com

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781452838915
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
01/28/2010
Pages:
386
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.80(d)

Meet the Author

Joshua Caleb has been writing and creating stories ever since he can remember, his favourite genres being sci-fi and fantasy; he especially enjoys the challenge of combining these two genres. Joshua also enjoys listening to music, keeping up on the latest tech gadgets, surfing the infinite web, and is an avid gamer.

His latest work is Warped & Wired, the first book in a modern sci-fi/fantasy crossover series, The Wryter Chronicles.
For more on the series go to www.TheWryterChronicles.com

You can also find Joshua on Twitter @JoshuaCaleb75

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Warped and Wired: The Wryter Chronicles: Book 1 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
JessicaElisabeth More than 1 year ago
Everyone knows you just can't mix magic and technology right? Well turns out there not as unmixable as oil and water. Let me say first off this is a very clean book no swearing, no gore, and no sexual content whatsoever. There is plenty of action with staffs being whirled, guns being fired, and some hand to hand. There are a few gun wounds which are quickly healed and no good guy is killed off, definitely my kind of book. But this book isn't all action and no story. There are lessons to be learned here a few being, accept who you are and be proud of it, what you think is your biggest weakness could be your biggest strength, work together, don't be so judgmental, lying has consequences. The nice thing is with all the lessons to be learned there aren't just jammed down your throat The story moves along at a nice pace drawing you into the story while making you care about what happens to the characters next. You get to watch them change and grow and rely on each other. The author leaves a few questions unanswered for another book while still tying up this book. Absolutely the best book I've read in a long time.
JoshuaCaleb More than 1 year ago
For some reason, BN hasn't updated the book description, so here it is: Magic and Technology don't mix. At least until now. Portia Greyleesah, a member of an ancient and magical race of beings called Wryters, and Mitchellina Cruise, a normal human island girl living in the pacific, are each content with their respective lives. But when each discovers the dark secrets of their true parentage, they both reluctantly leave their very different lives in search of the truth. They are forced to join together, much to their dismay, in order to uncover the secrets and truths, eventually working together to bring down the dark villain that threatens the lives of the entire world. For more info, visit: www.TheWryterChronicles.com P.S. Yes the rating is biased, obviously:)