Tales from the Magitech Lounge
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Tales from the Magitech Lounge

3.78 of 5 stars 3.78  ·  rating details  ·  9 ratings  ·  3 reviews
Where can a perpetual outsider find a home when he doesn't "belong" anywhere? Welcome to the Magitech Lounge.

There's no place like it on Earth. Or anywhere in the Confederacy of Human Worlds, for that matter. It's a place where the terminally weird gather to find companionship, friendship, and redemption. Here, magic meets high technology and humanity looks at itself in th...more
ebook, 308 pages
Published May 1st 2007 by Samhain Publishing (first published March 1st 2007)
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Mar 19, 2013 Charles rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Everyone who likes a good book.
Set in the future (not too far and not too near) in San Francisco there is a bar/sanctuary where the freaks, monsters, gods, ogres, and a variety of others can relax and take a load off. The owner, Jack, is a "normal" human...apart from his time traveling. I found Jack to be quite likable and well written. Nicely flushed out character.

Each chapter highlights a different patron of the Magitech Lounge. The story flows well from chapter to chapter. Lots of great characters featured and I couldn't w...more
Someone please give Saje Williams a dictionary. I'm only on p. 60 and already we've had "precluded" where he means "preceded" and "mechanizations" where he means "machinations". Badly needs an editor.
M. Pax
Great and imaginative read. Different and creative.
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Saje considers himself a Northwest native, despite having lived his early years in places as far flung as Hawaii and California. Some of his earliest memories involve hippies and concerts on the Stanford campus, but swears this hasn't influenced him all that much.

He was raised on SF and Fantasy, though he pretty much read anything he could lift off the shelf. If he looks familiar and you think "h...more
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