Fix

Fix

by Ferrett Steinmetz

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"America's long sent its best SMASH agents overseas to deal with the European crisis. As of today, they decided dismantling your operation was more important than containing the Bastogne Broach. Now you're dealing with the real professionals."

Paul Tsabo: Bureaucromancer. Political activist. Loving father. His efforts to decriminalize magic have made him the government's #1 enemy - and his fugitive existence has robbed his daughter of a normal life.

Aliyah Tsabo-Dawson: Videogamemancer. Gifted unearthly powers by a terrorist's magic. Raised by a family of magicians, she's the world's loneliest teenager - because her powers might kill anyone she befriends.

The Unimancers: Brain-burned zombies. Former 'mancers, tortured into becoming agents of the government's anti-'mancer squad. An unstoppable hive-mind.

When Paul accidentally opens up the first unsealed dimensional broach on American soil, the Unimancers lead his family in a cat-and-mouse pursuit all the way to the demon-haunted ruins of Europe - where Aliyah is slowly corrupted by the siren call of the Unimancers...

File Under: Urban Fantasy  [ Healing the Rift | Soccer Game Blues | Last Tango in Europe | Fireworks and Paperwork ]

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780857665737
Publisher: Watkins Media
Publication date: 09/06/2016
Series: 'Mancer Series , #3
Pages: 464
Sales rank: 510,935
Product dimensions: 4.30(w) x 7.00(h) x 1.30(d)

About the Author

FERRETT STEINMETZ is a graduate of both the Clarion Writers' Workshop and Viable Paradise, and has been nominated for the Nebula Award. Ferrett has a popular blog, The Watchtower of Destruction, wherein he talks about bad puns, relationships, politics, videogames.

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is definitely a trio to start from start with Flex and Flux.. not only the level of escalation in action, but the emotion of a father protecting his daughter is... Well, world shattering! Had been a great read and I'm a better 'mancer for it!