Wizard Squared (Rogue Agent Series #3)

Wizard Squared (Rogue Agent Series #3)

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by K. E. Mills, Stephen Hoye
     
 

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A parallel world is in the grip of terror, staring down the barrel of a thaumaturgical war-a war that threatens to spill across the dimensions and plunge every reality into a nightmare-in this conclusion to the Rogue Agent trilogy.  See more details below

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A parallel world is in the grip of terror, staring down the barrel of a thaumaturgical war-a war that threatens to spill across the dimensions and plunge every reality into a nightmare-in this conclusion to the Rogue Agent trilogy.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781400145324
Publisher:
Tantor Media, Inc.
Publication date:
07/06/2010
Series:
Rogue Agent Series, #3
Edition description:
Library - Unabridged CD
Product dimensions:
7.00(w) x 7.00(h) x 1.80(d)

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K. E. Mills is a pen name of bestselling fantasy writer Karen Miller, whose books include the duology Kingmaker, Kingbreaker, the Godspeaker Trilogy, and the bestselling tie-in novels Stargate SG-1: Alliances and Stargate SG-1: Do No Harm. Writing as Mills, she is the author of the Rogue Agent series. Stephen Hoye has won thirteen AudioFile Earphones Awards and two prestigious APA Audie Awards, including one for the New York Times bestseller Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert T. Kiyosaki. A graduate of London's Guildhall and a veteran of London's West End, Stephen has recorded many other notable titles, such as Every Second Counts by Lance Armstrong and The Google Story by David A. Vise and Mark Malseed.

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Wizard Squared 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 23 reviews.
MercedesMud More than 1 year ago
I thought this book was great. When I first read Accidental Sorcerer I liked it, Witches Incorporated was a bit of a snooze, but this book was nonstop page turning. When Gerald fought Lionel and his dragon in the first book, it turns out there was an alternate reality. In our Gerald's world he chose the right path and didn't take in all the evil spells, in the other reality he did. It's got all the same players, but they are nothing like the characters we know and love. Without giving too much away, there is death in this book and it's a bit heartbreaking. It starts a bit slow and I was a bit lost, I had to focus pretty hard, but then the action started and I couldn't put it down. If you are looking for good magic and drama incomparable, this is the book for you. I was also under the impression this was going to be a trilogy and this would have been the last book; not true, the end page says another in the Rogue Agent series is coming. I can't wait
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harstan More than 1 year ago
Calling him an ordinary wizard was being kind to minor third grade bureaucrat Gerald Dunnywood. That all changed in a flash when Gerald the safety inspector for Ottosland's Department of Thaumaturgy was caught in a thaumaturgical factory explosion that brought out his untapped inner magical self (see the Accidental Sorcerer). That was then and this is now as Gerald and his friends Monk Markham, Bibby, Melissande, and Reg perform magical assignments as Witches, Incorporated. Out of nowhere, but actually from a parallel universe arrives Monk Markham. The newcomer explains to Monk and the others except Gerald who is on assignment that his universe's Gerald became more evil than the malevolent wizard-king he defeated when he became The Accidental Sorcerer. The Monk from the other universe has come to plead with Gerald from this universe to return to his to fight Gerald. The concept of opposite personalities is not new (Dr. Jekyl and Mr. Hyde and a classic Star Trek, for instance), but made fresh with the Miller Mythos. The Third Rogue Agent fantasy is an enjoyable story that starts off a bit slow as the crew's amusing bickering and grousing slows down the plot. Towards the middle of the story line, the squabbling is abated and the tale takes off as the audience awaits a confrontation between the two Geralds. Fans of the saga will appreciate the return of Gerald as he is twice the fun with a good and evil versions colliding. Harriet Klausner