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Libriomancer by Jim C. Hines
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Jun 05, 15

bookshelves: urban-fantasy
Recommended for: Fans of urban fantasy
Read from May 12 to 18, 2015 — I own a copy, read count: Once

A very enjoyable modern urban fantasy with an interesting magic system, where modern day wizards, called libriomancers, can pull fantastical implements out of fictional books, which then work in the real world -- a system that reminded me a bit of the one from Geekomancy due to the protagonist Isaac's penchant for using sci-fi and fantasy books. My only minor complaint is the love story/triangle between Isaac, Lena, and her former lover, which felt included because it is an obligatory trope in the urban fantasy genre.
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