Of Monsters, Magik, and Nano-Technology

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Vantage Pr, Dec 6, 2006 - Fiction - 114 pages
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What would you do if you came upon a book filled with words and symbols so powerful that just one of them could render you invisible? Or cause your body to levitate? Thomas Bacon tests the limits of our imagination in his book, Of Monters, Magik, and Nano-Technology. When Douglass Seager, a gifted boy of twelve, finds a book of magic in his grandmother's library, he tries his hand at spell-casting first, and asks questions later. Eager to share the news with his friend and mentor-Professor Robert Targus- Doug instead finds the scientist missing, and learns an extraordinary truth: their town is home to an unusually large group of people with magical and metaphysical gifts! Now Doug and his friend Paula, a formiable practitioner of magic, must ward off the threat of another who covets these gifts and will not rest until they are his.

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