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The Scriptlings

by Sorin Suciu

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0989312860, Paperback)

"Master Dung's study was silent. So silent, in fact, that one might have been able to hear a gnat passing air, if only an obligingly flatulent gnat had happened nearby."

The Scriptlings is the unlikely, yet strangely charismatic lovechild you would expect if Magic and Science were to have one too many drinks during a stand-up comedy show in Vegas.
In short, it follows the story of Merkin and Buggeroff, two magician apprentices in a world where magicians are capitalists, computers are quasi-magical, and goats are sometimes invisible - all under the watchful eye of a wandering tribe of monosyllabic demigods.

What The Experts Are Saying:

"Laugh your heart out!"
"A love letter to Douglas Adams and Terry Pratchett."
"Magic, computers, fast-paced action, and a goat."
"You may find yourself reading it aloud."

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