I’ve read Cat’s Cradle about a dozen times now. After reading multiple philosophy books for work, I needed a break. The novel’s construction is notable. There are 127 chapters. Granted, these chapters are, on average, five pages long. The reason for discussing structure before content is to remark on the quick and sporadic representation of […]
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As the second installment of Scott Meyer’s Magic 2.0 series, Spell or High Water follows Martin Banks on another adventure in the comedic sci-fi/fantasy novel. In the first novel, Off To Be A Wizard, Martin traveled back in time* and begins his training to be a wizard. This training consists of both developing computer programs […]
In Scott Meyer’s Off To Be A Wizard, we follow Martin Banks in his journey to be a wizard: well, not any kind of wizard, a computer programing kind. Meyer employs an interesting hybrid of computer based Science Fiction with time travel to the past with fantasy elements. After his mind-numbing job of not-of-any-importance, Martin […]