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Wizards Bane (Wiz, #1) What Wiz Zumalt Could Do With Computers Was Magic On Earth Then, One Day The Master Computer Hacker Is Called To A Different World To Help Fight An Evil Known As The Black League Suddenly, The Wiz Finds Himself In A Place Governed By Magic And In League With A Red Headed Witch Who Despises Him Original.

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  • Wizards Bane (Wiz, #1)
  • Rick Cook
  • 11 June 2017
  • 1555940528

10 thoughts on “Wizards Bane (Wiz, #1)

  1. says:

    What do software development and wizardry have in common Read and find out.The Black League the bad guys is slowly but surely winning over the Wizards Council the good guys and there seems to be no hope until the mightiest of the wizards came up with an idea which might help their cause He summoned a very competent computer programmer called William I Zumwalt Wiz straight from his Silicon Valley company office The wizard took a great risk doing it and got killed for his troubles, but n What do software development and wizardry have in common Read and find out.The Black League the bad guys is slowly but surely winning over the Wizards Council the good guys and there seems to be no hope until the mightiest of the wizards came up with an idea which might help their cause He summoned a very competent computer programmer called William I Zumwalt Wiz straight from his Silicon Valley company office The wizard took a great risk doing it and got killed for his troubles, but not before he gave a local witch a young and attractive, but magically very weak one Moira task to accompany Wiz to safety.Wiz is completely unprepared for the life in troubled magic land where se...

  2. says:

    This is what happens when a computer programmer and DD player attempts to write a book The result is not pretty.The first few pages are interesting enough and the use of actual programming jargon is a refreshing change of pace most writers who attempt this tend to have no idea what they are talking about Rick Cook obviously does Unfortunately, that s all the book has to offer.The prem...

  3. says:

    I enjoyed this book The concept of a computer programmer applying his skills to a magical reality was neat and original The plot moved along at a good clip and the main characters were likeable, so you cared what happened and rooted them on Normally, I would probably have given this book 4 stars, good and enjoyable, but not enough of a wow factor to rank five But you knew it was coming, of course there were a couple things that nagged at me enough that I had to dink the book...

  4. says:

    Interesting concept Making operating system for the power of magics What an idea Really, you need to read this to believe it

  5. says:

    This book is a self conscious wish fulfillment fantasy novel The plot is that a computer programmer is magically summoned into a world that is rife with magic, in order to help the good wizards fight against the evil wizards A lot could be said about the comparison of programming and magic, and the numerous technical in...

  6. says:

    qdr The net 1995, , , DVDRip c particular series is about a programmer who gets summoned to an alternate dimention where magic works and computers don t He quickly goes mad and He has some fun adventures.It would probably have been muchfun if a I didn t know anything about computers, or b the author actually did some researchin depth than asking a geeky qdr The net 1995, , , DVDRip c particular series is about a programmer who gets summoned to an alternate dimention where magic works and computers don t He quickly goes mad and He has some fun adventures.It would probably have been muchfun if a I didn t know anything about computers, or b the author actually did some researchin depth than asking a geeky 15 year old.Realistic sounding development scenarios are interspersed with obvious BS Various logical inconsistencies pop up in and around the story with a frequency that s entirely absurd.this is hardly a spoiler, since this scene is a clip on the frontispiece, so here it goes Scene A paraphrased But he hasn t a shred of magic in him Scene B well ANYONE can do magic, the problem is to STOP them from doing it unintentionally after exhibit A with not a shred of magic in him remotely exploded some trees by accident This particular problem recurs repeatedly throughout the series or at least the first 5 books that i ve read , but plenty others abound I ll leave you to discover them on your own, if you wish.The first book was pretty g...

  7. says:

    The magic as computer programming premise is really interesting Unfortunately, that concept isn t really introduced until about 3 4 of the way through the book, and even then is presented fairly superficially There are also some problems at least in the printing I got with some evil wizards names getting mixed up The premise is strong enough that I ll probably give the author enough benefit of the doubt to read one or twobooks from this series, now that said premise is established The magic as computer programming premise is really interesting Unfortunately, that concept isn t really introduced until about 3 4 of the way through the book, and even then is presented fairly superficially There are also some problems at least in the printing I got with some evil wizards names getting mixed up The premise is strong enough that...

  8. says:

    This is the story of Wiz, a computer programmer who gets summoned to a world of magic The wizard who summoned him died in the process so no one is really sure what he s supposed to be doing The book took way too long setting up the story but once the real action sta...

  9. says:

    This is one of my all time favorites It combines 3 story elements that I really like fantasy magic, a modern day person ripped out of their time and place, computer programming Programming magic like its a computer, I love it.

  10. says:

    Great concept, adequate story telling Pop corn for the brain and I mean that in the kind sense.Maybe not worth four stars, but definitelythan three.A fun read.

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