Codex ​Born (Magic Ex Libris 2.) 2 csillagozás

Jim C. Hines: Codex Born

Vigyázat! Cselekményleírást tartalmaz.

Isaac ​Vainio’s life was almost perfect. He should have known it couldn’t last.

Living and working as a part-time librarian in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, Isaac had finally earned the magical research position he dreamed of with Die Zwelf Portenære, better known as the Porters. He was seeing a smart, fun, gorgeous dryad named Lena Greenwood. He had been cleared by Johannes Gutenberg to do libriomancy once again, to reach into books and create whatever he chose from their pages. Best of all, it had been more than two months since anything tried to kill him.

And then Isaac, Lena, and Porter psychiatrist Nidhi Shah are called to the small mining town of Tamarack, Michigan, where a pair of septuagenarian werewolves have discovered the brutally murdered body of a wendigo.

What begins as a simple monster-slaying leads to deeper mysteries and the discovery of an organization thought to have been wiped out more than five centuries ago by Gutenberg himself. Their… (tovább)

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DAW, New York, 2013
378 oldal · puhatáblás · ISBN: 9780756408398
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DAW, New York, 2013
320 oldal · ISBN: 9780756408169

Enciklopédia 2


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“Isaac, do you remember the moment you first realized you were mortal? That no matter what happened, you would never live long enough to read every book you wanted to read?”

Chapter 6

Noro >!

“If we ruled the world, I guarantee you they never would have cancelled Firefly.

Chapter 11

Noro >!

The sonic screwdriver from Doctor Who might have worked, having been canonically established as being ineffective on wood, but nobody had ever figured out how to use the controls on the blasted thing.

Chapter 5

Kapcsolódó szócikkek: Doctor Who

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