The Wizard Killer - Season 2: A Post-Apocalyptic Fantasy Thrill Ride

Kobo ebook | April 24, 2017

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"This is a world with magic and a political situation similar to the world of Stephen King’s The Dark Tower... Wizard Killer contains some of the most well thought out and satisfying magic I have ever read. The magic is subtle, but powerful. The world is harsh but magnificent." - Readers' Favorite

A magical world, once at the height of technology, has crashed and burned. Levitating cars lay abandoned, floating cities lie in ruin, and the tyrant Wizards who ruled with iron fists are nowhere to be seen.

In Season One, The Wizard Killer awoke from the dead for the third time, his memories scrambled. He survived the terrifying wasteland by his wits, his mana-pistol, and luck, but the luck ran out.

Now in Season Two, the Wizard Killer's got something to say...

Kill me with a floating city? You got my attention. But then steal from me and try to burn me alive? You got me thinking.
I think I’m going to find your yigging, walking carcass and introduce it to two friends of mine: pain and vengeance.
By the way, I borrowed a lightning rifle. Don’t worry, I’ll return it… empty.

See you soon,
The Wizard Killer


Season Two kicks everything up a notch with 22 all-new, action-packed episodes.

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"This is a world with magic and a political situation similar to the world of Stephen King’s The Dark Tower... Wizard Killer contains some of the most well thought out and satisfying magic I have ever read. The magic is subtle, but powerful. The world is harsh but magnificent." - Readers' Favorite A magical world, once at the height of...

Format:Kobo ebookPublished:April 24, 2017Publisher:ADZO PublishingLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1988746027

ISBN - 13:9781988746029

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