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Magic, Murder, and Microcircuits

3.67  ·  Rating Details ·  3 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
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Published (first published October 28th 2011)

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Dec 02, 2011 Beverly rated it really liked it
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I truly enjoyed this book. The characters are wonderful. Michael is the all-around good guy, gone bad, but on his way back around and Ilene is the broken-hearted girl trying to make it on her own despite never getting over her lost love. They are great as individual characters, but fantastic together.
The storyline is original and well done. The descriptions are vivid and I love the new twist on magic. The science behind the magic is great. The plot is clever and creative. The book i
Jun 28, 2012 Sandra rated it really liked it
I enjoyed "Magic, Murder, and Microcircuits" because McCullough has a unique slant on the magic theme. The story takes place in a contemporary setting and the characters, Ilene and Michael, have to deal with cell phones, timetables, rental cars and all the usual things as well as wizards who are trying to kill them. I also liked that McCullough shunned potions and spells and had her characters use the natural forces around them to do battle--wind, fire, electricity, etc. Ilene and Michael are ...more
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