❄ Magicnet Author John DeChancie – Writerscompany.co.uk

Magicnet Computers And Magic Combine In A Dazzling And Dangerous Vision From The Bestselling Author Of The Castle Perilous Series De Chancie Demonstrates The Range Of His Skill And The Mastery Of His Writing By Creating A World Entirely Like Our Own, Yet Transformed In A Way That Can Be Imagined Only By A Truly Original Mind.


About the Author: John DeChancie

From his website John DeChancie is the author of over two dozen books, fiction and nonfiction, and has written for periodicals as widely varied as Penthouse and Cult Movies His novels in the science fiction and fantasy genres have been attracting a wide readership for than fifteen years, and over a million copies of his books have seen print, many in foreign languages John s first work was



10 thoughts on “Magicnet

  1. says:

    When I was an undergrad at Southern Illinois University, I tried on a few occasions to get involved in the slow motion version of Usenet called FidoNet It was like Usenet, but hosted on dial up BBS systems that I would connect to with my 1200 baud modem and page through You couldn t fit very much text on a screen and conversations evolv


  2. says:

    This is a well written book, and despite having been written in the early 90s and based on computer technology of that era You run programs by typing their name in at the DOS prompt There is no mouse to be seen , the story holds up very well.The main idea in this story is that with the aid of computers to add precision to magic, magicians have c


  3. says:

    Another fine example of weird fiction DeChancie successfully annihilates the semantic distinctions between fiction and fact I can return to it even now post Internet explosion with the same result sheer delight


  4. says:

    unrewarding garbage avoid at all costs.


  5. says:

    If I can remember a book ten or twenty years later, that means it made an impact on me especially if I only got to read it once Though the real world is pretty average and realistic, the Magicnet is just crazybut in a cool way I want to read this book again so that I can get a solid ...


  6. says:

    Lost interest near the end and have zero interest in going back The characters didn t wow me and the plot seemed too mutable.


  7. says:

    Forgot that I had read this one before and not enjoyed it Good premise, but it quickly dissolves into a hot mess.


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