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Wizards
     

Wizards

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by Jay Greenstein
 
Donald Tyson answered an improbable ad. Now, he's a wizard, and sells magic over the counter like toothpaste, providing invulnerability and perfect health at reasonable cost. Business is brisk, as you might imagine. But who will buy a car when a magic carpet is cheap and doesn't need fueling? Who needs doctors or hospitals when no one ever gets sick, or hurt? Soon,

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Donald Tyson answered an improbable ad. Now, he's a wizard, and sells magic over the counter like toothpaste, providing invulnerability and perfect health at reasonable cost. Business is brisk, as you might imagine. But who will buy a car when a magic carpet is cheap and doesn't need fueling? Who needs doctors or hospitals when no one ever gets sick, or hurt? Soon, half the world is unemployed. That's bad. But soon, too, dictatorships will vanish, and that's good. How do you oppress people who can't be hurt, and who can jump on their flying carpet and cross oceans at will?

Miles Grant, Presidential Science Advisor doesn't believe in magic. As far as he's concerned it's all a plot to conquer the Earth. As more amulets are introduced, and replace technology, that technology will be lost, leaving the Earth defenseless when, and if, the amulets are turned off. For Miles it's a race to save humanity.

But who could guess that the future of humanity depends on a single question, one that Donald Tyson, alone, must answer?

Product Details

BN ID:
2940043325402
Publisher:
Double Dragon Publishing
Publication date:
06/21/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
249 KB

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Wizards 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The trailer dosent sound to good
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It was ineresting to say the most, but in reality the story went nowhere and even someplaces it didnt need to go. I do not recommend.