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by Kathleen M. Sidney

eBook Michael and the Magic Man download ISBN: 0425046303
Author: Kathleen M. Sidney
Publisher: Berkley; First Edition edition (March 1, 1980)
Language: English
ePub: 1659 kb
Fb2: 1901 kb
Rating: 4.9
Other formats: azw mbr mobi lit
Category: Other

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I admit this book is a fast and entertaining reading, so you can lose yourself in it. BUT: I'm not sure what the author is after. This book is full of paparazzi stories and allegedly "facts" that the author has turned around 180°. Why? Ever so often when reading this book, I have thought "wait, this was right the opposite from what I'm reading". How come? It's full of allegations, predications and turned-around facts.

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Последние твиты от Kathleen (leen m book). Not only was eyer funny at his ontbooks packed-house book talk, but he said those magic words every woman wants to hear: All the better people love semicolons. Did you get that? I’m better people.

Nobody but the Magic Man. and Michael. And a few other footloose psychics in a supersleek van, driving through a fantastic American dreamscape in a nonstop, cross-country war with a mind-bending Power from beyond the starts...You've never read anything like it. Because there's never been anything like it.
Comments: (3)
Wooden Purple Romeo
Every once and a while you find a book that is a rare gem in the mix of a hundred other books. Michael and the Magic Man is that gem. Some may say this book is in the science fiction genre, I think it's just great fiction. Compelling, smart, fun, don't want it to end fiction. Kathy Sidney's writing is articulate, keeps you reading, thinking, guessing and spending your time well. I'm a huge reader and this book had my attention and pleasure from page one. This is a book I will highly recommend, but not give away, as I will read it again and again. Don't let this one pass you by!
Saithi
If I hadn't liked it I wouldn't have written it. It's psychology science fiction.
Kazijora
Sidney's book focuses on five characters traveling across the country randomly, hoping to avoid an unseen psychic enemy. Is there REALLY an enemy? Is it all in their heads? Are they delusional? Sidney plays with the reader's head, and our opinions change as we read. In the end, we find we were wrong all along...reality is not what it seems! The "enemy" may have been created from their imaginations...but what about their friends? A very DIFFERENT kind of book.