Spell or High Water (Magic 2.0, #2)



Epub Spell Or High Water Magic 2.0, 2 Author Scott Meyer Soaringeaglecasino.us The Adventures Of An American Hacker In Medieval England Continue As Martin Banks Takes His Next Step On The Journey Toward Mastering His Reality Altering Powers And Fulfilling His Destiny.A Month Has Passed Since Martin Helped To Defeat The Evil Programmer Jimmy, And Things Couldn T Be Going Better Except For His Love Life, That Is Feeling Distant And Lost, Gwen Has Journeyed To Atlantis, A Tolerant And Benevolent Kingdom Governed By The Sorceresses, And A Place Known To Be A Safe Haven To All Female Time Travelers.Thankfully, Martin And Philip Are Invited To A Summit In Atlantis For All Of The Leaders Of The Time Traveler Colonies, And Now Martin Thinks This Will Be A Chance To Try Again With Gwen Of Course, This Is Martin Banks We Re Talking About, So Murder, Mystery, And High Intrigue All Get In The Way Of A Guy Who Just Wants One Shot To Get The Girl.The Follow Up To The Hilarious Off To Be The Wizard, Scott Meyer S Spell Or High Water Proves That No Matter What Powers You Have Over Time And Space, You Can T Control Rotten Luck.Spell or High Water (Magic 2.0, #2)

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  • Paperback
  • 442 pages
  • Spell or High Water (Magic 2.0, #2)
  • Scott Meyer
  • English
  • 17 March 2018
  • 1477823484

10 thoughts on “Spell or High Water (Magic 2.0, #2)

  1. says:

    3.5 stars.Spell or High Water is a good follow up to Off to Be the Wizard Admittedly, a bit of the novelty factor from the first book did start to wear off and I find this volume to be weaker but the narrative retained its enjoyable comedic tone Martin and Philip were invited by Gwen to Atlantis, a safe haven for all female sorceresses from a society which is far from friendly to those whom they deem as witches, where a grand summit to gather all the leaders of all known wizard c...

  2. says:

    Full review now posted Rating 4.5 5 starsThese are such cheesy books, but man are they enjoyable.Spell or High Water picks up about a month after the events of Off to Be the Wizard Martin and Philip are invited to a summit for magical time travelers, to be held in the mythical city of Atlantis, where Gwen is now a resident In the present, Jimmy has managed to get out of South America and is hot on the trail of Martin, intent on convincing the Treasury agents hunting Martin to help him Plot w Full review now posted Rating 4.5 5 starsThese are such cheesy books, but man are they enjoyable.Spell or High Water picks up about a month after the events of Off to Be...

  3. says:

    I don t think I would have been as disappointed as I was with this book if I hadn t read the first one We re off to be the Wizard was smart, charming and full of compelling characters who, amazingly, had some really relevant things to say about gender and male female relationships Philip, in particular, was a favorite character of mine because he was so even keeled and so good at pointing out to EVERY OTHER CHARACTER how STUPID it was that they couldn t just see women as people.And then somethi I don t think I would have been as disappointed as I was with this book if I hadn t read the first one We re off to be the Wizard was smart, charming and full of compelling characters who, amazingly, had some really relevant things to say about gender and male female relationships Philip, in particular, was a favorite character of mine because he was so even keeled and so good at pointing out to EVERY OTHER CHARACTER how STUPID it was that they couldn t just see women as people.And then something happened with Scott Meyer because he suddenly stopped being the super cool, amazing, creative author from We re off to be the Wizar...

  4. says:

    Executive Summary While not as funny as the first book, I still found this book a lot of fun and look forward to the next one.Audio book I m convinced Luke Daniels could read the phone book and make it sound interesting When given a funny book to read he shines evenHe may be my favorite audio book reader His voices are great and seems to really bring the characters to life Full Review I grabbed the first book in this series a few months ago because partially because it sounded inter Executive Summary While not as funny as the first book, I still found this book a lot of fun and look forward to the next one.Audio book I m convinced Luke Daniels could read the phone book and make it sound inter...

  5. says:

    What if the lost city of Atlantis was a lady utopia created by time travelers Well, there s this book, so you can find out one possible answer at least.Last time around, we were introduced to the time traveling wizards who inhabit medieval England, because computers, and everything is in a computer and what are you gonna do Our hero, Martin, helped defeat the wizard gone bad Jimmy, and has officially taken up comfortable residence in Camelot slash London It s only been three months since they What if the lost city of Atlantis was a lady utopia created by time travelers Well, there s this book, so you can find out one pos...

  6. says:

    Amazing but confusingWhen dealing with alternate time lines and realities things get kind of confusing, no matter how many times I reread.But what isn t confusing is how fun and creative this book is If you need a quick palette cleanse sit down for a few hours and try to wrap your head around...

  7. says:

    Originally posted at Worlds AboundSpell or High Water is the 2nd in Scott Meyer s Magic 2.0 series about Martin Banks and his belief shattering discovery that reality is actually a computer program In the first book, we saw Martin discover the file that contains reality and figure out what it actually was, and how he could use it to travel back in time, give himself pretty much anything he wanted and all kinds of cool geeky stuff like that We also met a bunch of other geeks turned wizards who Originally posted at Worlds AboundSpell ...

  8. says:

    Repetitive and boring, the author lost a step.

  9. says:

    Spell or High Water picks up a few months after Off to Be the Wizard ends I find it hard to critique this It wasn t particulary suspenseful, and the humor is still quite cheap, but there is good entertainment value in this series, the science makes sense, for the most part and the charaters are likeable or not, when they aren t supposed to be.I did really like the representation of Atlantis and the way everything is organized The men vs women situation turned on his head was entertaining as Spell or High Water picks up a few months after Off to Be the Wizard ends I find it hard to critique this It wasn t particulary suspenseful, and the humor is still quite cheap, but there is good entertainment value in this series, the science makes sense, for the most part and the charaters are likeable or not, when they aren t supposed to be.I did really like the representation of Atlantis and the way everything is organized T...

  10. says:

    While the first book, Off to Be the Wizard, was certainly not deep, it was cute and entertaining and had a fun story I was looking forward to seeing how Meyer handled the women wizards and the society they created Turns out, it s not the society that women would create but the society that men think women would create, you know, if they were men Seriously, Meyer has no idea how to write women The plot was not terribly interesting and the never ending confused babble about how two versions of While the first book, Off to Be the Wizard, was certainly not deep, it was cute and entertaining and had a fun story I was looking forward to seeing how Meyer handled the women wizards and the society they created Turns out, it s not the society that women would create but the society that men think women would create, you know, if they were men Seriously, Meyer has no idea how to write women The plot was not terribly interesting and the never ending confused babble about how two versions of a person can simultaneously co exist got old really quickly The side plot about Jimmy, the villain of the last book, felt forced and completely out of place and undoubtedly broke its nose when it fell flat ...

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