Book Review: Codex Born (Magic Ex Libris: Book Two) by Jim C. Hines

On November 20, 2013, in Book Review, Cathy Russell, by Catherine Russell

In Codex Born by Jim C. Hines, the hero and heroines from Libriomancer must face an old enemy in a powerful new form. When Johannes Gutenberg began mass printing books five hundred years ago, he made their inner magic accessible to certain people with magical abilities. Libriomancers, such as Gutenberg, could tap into the collective […]

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Review: Libriomancer (Magic Ex Libris #1) by Jim C. Hines

On December 13, 2012, in Book Review, Cathy Russell, by Catherine Russell

  This book is a love letter. Within its pages, books are magic. They come alive. Libriomancy allows certain gifted individuals to pull forth objects from the pages of books and use them in our world. From the time Gutenberg himself became the first Libriomancer when he invented the printing press, libriomancy has been used […]

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Book Review: Libriomancer, by Jim C Hines

On August 16, 2012, in Book Review, Paul Weimer, by Paul Weimer

  There is something special about books and reading. The ability to transport a reader into another world, into the lives of characters is a very powerful thing. One might even go so far as to say that reading and books are a form of magic. For Isaac Vainio, that magic is literal. He is, […]

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