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The Page of Wands

by Eric Muss-Barnes

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Legend has it, an ancient walking staff, known simply as ""The Wand,"" first presented itself to old widow McCreadle, along with The Three Rules. 1. You may use the magic wand for 3 days. 2. You may only use it in your profession. 3. You must secretly bequeath it to an anonymous stranger. As the power of The Wand is entrusted from one Los Angeles resident to the next, randomly falling into the hands of noble and corrupt citizens alike, the city is brought to both bliss and ruin. But, when things finally spiral out of control in neighborhoods infested with aliens, dragons, dinosaurs, and superheroes, can a misfit group of townspeople set the world right again, before The Wand must be passed on once more?… (more)
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Legend has it, an ancient walking staff, known simply as ""The Wand,"" first presented itself to old widow McCreadle, along with The Three Rules. 1. You may use the magic wand for 3 days. 2. You may only use it in your profession. 3. You must secretly bequeath it to an anonymous stranger. As the power of The Wand is entrusted from one Los Angeles resident to the next, randomly falling into the hands of noble and corrupt citizens alike, the city is brought to both bliss and ruin. But, when things finally spiral out of control in neighborhoods infested with aliens, dragons, dinosaurs, and superheroes, can a misfit group of townspeople set the world right again, before The Wand must be passed on once more?

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