By Scott Meyer
Ever seeing that Martin Banks and his fellow desktop geeks came across that truth is simply a working laptop or computer software to be fortunately hacked, they’ve been jaunting from side to side via time, posing as medieval wizards and having the epic adventures that different nerds can merely dream of getting. yet even of their wildest fantasies, they by no means anticipated to finish up on the mercy of the previous apprentice whom they despatched to criminal for gross misuse of magic and all-around evil behavior.
Who knew that the vengeful Todd could get away, then conjure a working laptop or computer online game choked with wolves, wenches, wastelands, and various harrowing hazards—and capture his hapless former acquaintances within it? Stripped in their magic powers, the would-be wizards needs to courageous terrifying hazards, technical system defects, and one another’s corporation in the event that they are looking to see medieval England—and their favourite sci-fi videos on VHS—ever back. Can our heroes continue to exist this magical secret torture? Or will it basically lead them and their pointy hats into extra peril?
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Every now and then you find yourself in a different place. George’s Holiday Message Since this book comes out in the fall, I’d like to take advantage of this early opportunity to wish all of you an enjoyable Christmas season and a happy New Year filled with good fortune. Of course, I realize this can’t happen for everyone. Some of you are going to die next year, and others will be crippled and maimed in accidents, perhaps even completely paralyzed. Still others will be stricken with diseases that can’t be cured, or will be horribly scarred in fires.
In no way does superstitious mumbo jumbo like this apply to the lives of intelligent, civilized humans in the twenty-first century. You throw out the first three commandments, and you re down to seven. HONOR THY FATHER AND MOTHER. This commandment is about obedience and respect for authority; in other words it’s simply a device for controlling people. The truth is, obedience and respect should not be granted automatically. They should be earned. They should be based on the parents’ (or the authority figure’s) performance.
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