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Curse of the Zwilling

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PATAPSCO UNIVERSITY: IT'S HOGWARTS MEETS BUFFY!Patapsco University: a small, cozy liberal arts college like so many others - except for the Department of Comparative Religion, where age-old spells are taught and magic is practiced.When a favorite teacher is found dead under mysterious circumstances, grad student David Galvin finds that something evil has arrived at Patapsc ...more
Paperback, 384 pages
Published December 1st 2003 by Speed-Of-C Productions
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Mar 24, 2010 rated it liked it
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The claim of Hogwarts meets Buffy isn't quite accurate, though it does have magic, and some other paranormal things. I enjoyed the story, but it could have used a bit more editing (spelling and grammar errors?? in something that is a published novel?? unacceptable)

The tale of a grad student and four undergrads in Comparative Religion (Magic studies) have to face the Zwilling (Twin) -- the story is a little disjointed, at times it seems they just jump from one catastrophe to the next -- with litt
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