The Wizard Killer (season One) by Adam DreeceThe Wizard Killer (season One) by Adam Dreece

The Wizard Killer (season One)

byAdam Dreece

Paperback | April 1, 2016

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"Harry Potter meets Die Hard" - M. Bybee, WereBook.org 
"Madmax meets Lord of the Rings" - Goodreads.com 

A world once at the height of magical technology and social order has collapsed. How and why are the least of the wizard killer’s worries. 

Leaning my bloody head against the back of the crashed levitating carriage, I flex my cramped fingers. With a renewed grip on the mana-pistol, I steal a quick breath. The others better wake up fast, otherwise we’re all going to burn. 

Enjoy all 20 pulse-pounding episodes, and an all new side to best-selling YA author, Adam Dreece. 

“…an intense action movie-style romp through a wonderfully detailed fantasy world. I freaking LOVED this story! I loved the cinematic feel, I loved the action scenes, I loved the characters. It is like Harry Potter meets Die Hard” — M Bybee, WereBooks.org, 5 Stars 

"...an imaginative and compelling series that is quite difficult to stop reading. Dreece knows exactly how to build and then neatly tie up each episode, while leaving the reader wanting more.... highly recommended." 
--Reviewed by Jack Magnus for Readers' Favorite, 5 Stars 

Recommended for adults, appropriate for most 12+ . 
Some parents may want to know that a fake swear, yig, is used liberally throughout the novella.

 

 

 

Title:The Wizard Killer (season One)Format:PaperbackDimensions:140 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.68 inPublished:April 1, 2016Publisher:Adzo Publishing Inc.Language:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0994818459

ISBN - 13:9780994818454

Reviews

Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fast paced and intriguing As soon as you start reading this story the momentum sweeps you away and is hard to put down. So intriguing that you have to read more to find out what happens next.
Date published: 2017-06-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not your stickler's sci-fi The biography of a man who changed a world we don't know. The Man of Cloud 9 isn't what you're expecting on several levels. Dreece presents you a character that you won't get to know well, any more than you got to know Steve Jobs. It's set in our future, but we don't explore the way we would in typical science fiction. Instead, we pick up on what the characters take for granted, and wish we could kick the doors down to see for ourselves. And yet, for all its remote nature, the tone is intimate. A life story written by someone who cared for this man, for those who lived this history. You and I just happened upon something that might well be none of our business, on our way through a world gate. But are you really the boring, responsible time traveller who drops the book and walks away? Here there be real people. Also concepts that challenge genres, and mysteries that will set you mulling, ranting, and wondering. If you read and loved the Wizard Killer like I did, you might hate this book. The narratives have a violently different style and focus and pace. Wizard Killer will inspire fanbases. This is a life story with a maddening ending that doesn't answer your questions, just as the lives of geniuses will always leave you guessing and interpreting and vilifying. But with Dreece, you're in good hands, if not precisely safe. He will keep you turning pages. He doesn't shy away from difficult. This is the book to pick up if you're looking for some sci-fi that isn't proper sci-fi -- which makes it the very best kind.
Date published: 2017-01-29

Editorial Reviews

"...an intense action movie-style romp through a wonderfully detailed fantasy world. I freaking LOVED this story! I loved the cinematic feel, I loved the action scenes, I loved the characters. It is like Harry Potter meets Die Hard" - M Bybee, WereBooks.org, 5 Stars "...an imaginative and compelling series that is quite difficult to stop reading. Dreece knows exactly how to build and then neatly tie up each episode, while leaving the reader wanting more.... highly recommended." --Reviewed by Jack Magnus for Readers' Favorite, 5 Stars