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Science, Fantasy

The Magic Goes Away epub ebook

by Julius Schwartz,Larry Niven

The Magic Goes Away epub ebook

Author: Julius Schwartz,Larry Niven
Category: Fantasy
Language: English
Publisher: DC Comics; 1st edition (December 1, 1986)
ISBN: 0930289196
ISBN13: 978-0930289195
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 699
Other formats: lrf lrf lit rtf


The Magic goes away is one of the books that we still talk about when reminiscing.

The Magic goes away is one of the books that we still talk about when reminiscing. One copy I read and placed in my collection, the second I sent to my friend who has moved out of state ' was a prequel-of-sorts, I decided to read it first. he's not very talented with the written word. Most of this book was stilted throughout. Topping that off, it's just not horribly interesting.

The Magic goes away is one of the books that we still talk about when reminiscing ' was a prequel-of-sorts, I decided to read it first.

The Magic Goes Away is a fantasy short story written by Larry Niven in 1976, and later expanded to a novella of the same name which was published in 1978. While these works were not the first in the "Magic Universe" or "Warlock" series, they marked a turning point after the 1973 oil crisis and Niven's subsequent transformation of the series into an allegory for a modern-day energy crisis

All characters in this book are fictitious. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental. First Ace printing: October 1978.

All characters in this book are fictitious.

1. The Magic Goes Away. Niven, Larry; Schwartz, Julius. Published by DC Comics 1986-12-01 (1986)

1. Published by DC Comics 1986-12-01 (1986). ISBN 10: 0930289196 ISBN 13: 9780930289195.

The Magic Goes Away book. Larry Niven created his popular "Magic Goes Away" universe in 1967, and it has been a source of delight and inspiration ever since

The Magic Goes Away book. Larry Niven created his popular "Magic Goes Away" universe in 1967, and it has been a source of delight and inspiration ever since. By asking the simple question, What if magic were a finite resource?, Niven brought to life a mesmerizing world of wonder and loss, of hope and despair. The success of his first story collection, "The Magic Goes Away," birthed two sequel Larry Niven created his popular "Magic Goes Away" universe in 1967, and it has been a source of delight and inspiration ever since.

Larry Niven created his popular Magic Goes Away universe in 1967, and it has been a source of delight and inspiration ever since

Larry Niven created his popular Magic Goes Away universe in 1967, and it has been a source of delight and inspiration ever since. The success of his first story collection, The Magic Goes Away, birthed two sequel anthologies, The Magic May Return and More Magic.

The Magic Goes Away (Good) Magic Goes Away Ace 51546-0 Larry Niven. 1979 THE MAGIC GOES AWAY Larry Niven Cover Art Boris Esteban Maroto Paperback. The Magic Goes Away by Larry Niven, Signed Limited HC w/DJ - DJ by Boris Vallejo.

The magazines are in overall nice condition (some shelf wear on both, and a scrape mark on the Niven cover - see pics, as grading condition is subjective). The magazines will come in a poly bag and shipped in a stiff mailer for protection. New unique items added every week, so check back often! Learn more about this item. Shipping & returns. Get it fast! Ready to ship in 1 business day.

Comic book adaption of Niven's fantasy novel. January 1984 issue of DC Science Fiction Graphic Novels (No. 6).
Reviews (5)
Risa
I remember reading this way back in 1978 or 79 when I finished, I gave it to my closest friend to read. The Magic goes away is one of the books that we still talk about when reminiscing. Once I found it for sale on Amazon.com, I had to order two copies. One copy I read and placed in my collection, the second I sent to my friend who has moved out of state. I loved this story when it first came out and would recommend it to any fantasy fan.

Aloo
Here's an overview: Four magicians and a Greek soldier combine forces to find new sources of mana. Mana is what allows magicians to perform magic but it is a resource in limited supply and magicians in the past have squandered the supply away. They use the last bit of mana they can find to travel to northern Europe to find the last living god and steal its mana.
I read this book a number of years ago when I was younger. I decided to read it again because my memory of it was good. I can't say the book was bad, but it wasn't great. There were some interesting ideas about magic and the scene of travelling on a cloud still gets me excited (it sounds like fun). If you're into fantasy and magic this book is for you. It's a quick read and the version I have has fantasy drawings on almost every other page. It's almost like a fantasy comic book.

Shazel
The latest Niven book 'The Burning City' looked interesting, and having heard that 'Magic..' was a prequel-of-sorts, I decided to read it first.
This was my first experience with Niven and if it's representative of his body-of-work as a whole, I can see why he regularly collaborates with others...he's not very talented with the written word.
Most of this book was stilted throughout. Topping that off, it's just not horribly interesting. Perhaps we can give Niven a little credit for being one of the forerunners of the modern fantasy boom, but calling this book a classic isn't something I'll ever do.
The fact that other reviewers have remarked on its similarities to a popular children's fantasy game speaks volumes.

Alsalar
A short fantasy-action tale (originally serialized in pulp magazines) of wizards and demons embellished by lots of illustrations. Niven expertly works with interesting concepts and pares the tale down to its basic elements without embellishment. Contains a useless addendum postscript that can be skipped.

Whitemaster
It's a classic. Saying this needs some work is like saying that Snow White and the Seven Dwarves wasn't good enough.

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