Carter Beats the Devil PDF/EPUB Ð Carter Beats

Carter Beats the Devil PDF/EPUB Ð Carter Beats


Carter Beats the Devil [EPUB] ✴ Carter Beats the Devil By Glen David Gold – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Charles Carter aka Carter the Great is a young master performer whose skill as an illusionist exceeds even that of the great Houdini But nothing in his career has prepared Carter for the greatest stun Charles Carter aka Carter the Great is a young master performer whose skill as Carter Beats Kindle - an illusionist exceeds even that of the great Houdini But nothing in his career has prepared Carter for the greatest stunt of all, which stars none other than President Warren G Harding and which could end up costing Carter the reputation he has worked so hard to create Filled with historical references that evoke the excesses and exuberance of Roaring Twenties, pre Depression America, Carter Beats the Devil is a complex and illuminating story of one man s journey through a magical and sometimes dangerous world, where illusion is everything.

    Carter Beats the Devil PDF/EPUB Ð Carter Beats G Harding and which could end up costing Carter the reputation he has worked so hard to create Filled with historical references that evoke the excesses and exuberance of Roaring Twenties, pre Depression America, Carter Beats the Devil is a complex and illuminating story of one man s journey through a magical and sometimes dangerous world, where illusion is everything."/>
  • Paperback
  • 483 pages
  • Carter Beats the Devil
  • Glen David Gold
  • English
  • 15 April 2018
  • 0786886323

About the Author: Glen David Gold

Glen David Gold is the author of Carter Beats the Devil Hyperion, , Carter Beats Kindle - a historical novel about Charles Carter, a real life San Francisco stage magician who performs for President Warren Harding on the evening of Harding s mysterious death It has been translated into languages His next novel, Sunnyside Knopf, , is a dark romp concerning Charlie Chaplin s rise to fame during World War I and its parallels with America s embrace of its part on the world stageHis most recent book is a memoir, I Will Be Complete Knopf, About it, Darin Strauss Half a Life, Chang and Eng writes, I Will Be Complete is the best memoir I ve read in years It s likely the best memoir published in years Gold s short stories have appeared in a number of issues of McSweeney s He has also published fiction, essays, memoir and reviews in The New York Times Sunday Magazine, Playboy, Wired and Zyzzyva Gold wrote a single episode of the cartoon show Hey Arnold He has also ventured into comic books, including The Spirit, featuring artwork by Eduardo Risso, and The Escapist, with artwork by Gene Colan He has written extensively about comics creator Jack Kirby, most notably for the Masters of American Comics and Comic Book Apocalypse museum show cataloguesMore recently, Gold co wrote episodes of the stage show The Thrilling Adventure Hour and the podcast Welcome to Night Vale He lives in Los Angeles not with but adjacent to his girlfriend, in a duplex, the logistics of which are addressed in a Modern Love column for The New York Times.



10 thoughts on “Carter Beats the Devil

  1. Wil Wheaton Wil Wheaton says:

    Other reviews here go into the details of this wonderful novel, so if that s what you want, go read them I ll just tell you what I knew before I went into it, which was pretty much nothing.My friend Yuri gave me this book about 5 years ago I was intimidated by its length, so I put it on the shelf and never opened it Then, last year, my friend Ben gave it to me with a few other books for my 40th birthday, part of a collection he said were some of the best books he d ever read.Anne and I took a Other reviews here go into the details of this wonderful novel, so if that s what you want, go read them I ll just tell you what I knew before I went into it, which was pretty much nothing.My friend Yuri gave me this book about 5 years ago I was intimidated by its length, so I put it on the shelf and never opened it Then, last year, my friend Ben gave it to me with a few other books for my 40th birthday, part of a collection he said were some of the best books he d ever read.Anne and I took a Secret Vacation, and I wanted something to read, so I brought this with me It was long enough to last a week, and was an actual book, so it wouldn t be a big deal if it got wet or sandy or vacationed on.I started it on the airplane before we took off, and read it for almost 6 straight hours Then, I read it about 100 pages per day until I finished it this afternoon Total days reading it Five or six.All I knew going into it was that two people who I respect were crazy about it, and that it was historical fiction about a great magician, so that s all I m going to give you I will tell you that I loved it, loved every word and every page and every single thing about it I am so glad I read it, and wish I could read it all over again for the first time.Pick up a copy I strongly recommend the dead tree version and read it for about 20 pages I m pretty sure you ll be on board by then, and if you re not, maybe it just isn t for you but I suspect you ll love it as much as I did

  2. Jeff Jeff says:

    Gold s book is loosely based on the life of Charles Carter, a real magician After reading his Wikipedia page, I appreciate that Gold wasthan willing to stretch the historical facts for the amusement of the reader.The book starts off with the death murder of one of the greatest presidents ever, Warren G Harding, who could give any president a run for their money in the floozie and corruption departments Carter is somehow implicated.Boyhood trauma propels Carter into magic and onto the Gold s book is loosely based on the life of Charles Carter, a real magician After reading his Wikipedia page, I appreciate that Gold wasthan willing to stretch the historical facts for the amusement of the reader.The book starts off with the death murder of one of the greatest presidents ever, Warren G Harding, who could give any president a run for their money in the floozie and corruption departments Carter is somehow implicated.Boyhood trauma propels Carter into magic and onto the vaudeville stage and eventually, his own traveling magic show His involvement with Harding enmeshes him in a deadly conspiracy involving secret societies, the government and big business There are plenty of real life people who also make an appearance throughout the book including, The Marx Brothers, Houdini and Philo Farnsworth the inventor of TV.Like any good illusionist worth his salt, Gold is expert at misdirecting the reader with literary sleight of hand Seeming unrelated and unremarkable doings are used as diversions only to be of consequence later in the book.Bonus How to make an elephant disappear Revealed Aside from the pulpy, dashing, derring do, what made this an interesting read were the I wish I had said written that passage and Gold s talent to take an extraordinary story and build it with relatable, ordinary moments Recommended for historical fiction fans or anyone interested in literary wizardry

  3. Bryce Wilson Bryce Wilson says:

    A Conversation I had earlier,Friend So what are you reading Me Carter Beats The Devil, it s about a master magician battling a shadowy conglomerate of the government, corporations, and secret societies to find the truth about president Harding s death with the help of his pet lion Friend There s no part of that sentence that doesn t appeal to me There is a word for this book and it is awesome A big thank you to Natalie for bringing this to my attention.

  4. Seizure Romero Seizure Romero says:

    It s so rare to have a book that I just can t wait to get back to reading I always have a book with me usually several in my car, as noted by certain friends of mine who can t help but comment on the apartment like state of my vehicle , but then there s the one that leaps to the fore and all the other currently reading titles are consigned, literally, to the back seat Carter Beats the Devil is fun from the beginning Gold has a knack for characters and for dialogue, and even the back story It s so rare to have a book that I just can t wait to get back to reading I always have a book with me usually several in my car, as noted by certain friends of mine who can t help but comment on the apartment like state of my vehicle , but then there s the one that leaps to the fore and all the other currently reading titles are consigned, literally, to the back seat Carter Beats the Devil is fun from the beginning Gold has a knack for characters and for dialogue, and even the back story is interesting, rather than just poorly drummed up filler to explain motivations His pacing is perfect, like that of the showman he writes about Some of the highest praise I can give is that it made me want to research characters and events to learnabout his source material Finally, if that s not reason enough to love this story, it has one of the best lines ever uttered in a disagreement between brothers Oh, dear God, you don t actually have a brain, do you, it sa filigreed spiderweb, with little chambers in it where trained monkeys play the pipe organ Brilliant

  5. Jill Hutchinson Jill Hutchinson says:

    I don t know if I hate or love this book since it is so off the wall I picked it up at a book sale since the cover is very eye catching but had no idea what it was about I soon learned that it dealt with the death of President Warren Harding, the rise of the magician, Carter the Great who was actually a real person , the discovery of television, Houdini, the Secret Service, the Illuminati, and a pet lion Mix all those things together and there you have it..off the wall.Basically it is a I don t know if I hate or love this book since it is so off the wall I picked it up at a book sale since the cover is very eye catching but had no idea what it was about I soon learned that it dealt with the death of President Warren Harding, the rise of the magician, Carter the Great who was actually a real person , the discovery of television, Houdini, the Secret Service, the Illuminati, and a pet lion Mix all those things together and there you have it..off the wall.Basically it is a fictional semi biography of Carter the Great, who is told a secret by President Harding that the President thinks will be disastrous to the US and the world Soon the Secret Service is following Carter as they suspect that he murdered Harding because of this secret Then the story goes off in a million different directions with sub plot piled upon sub plot The story, which is certainly somewhat fragmented, pulls you in against your will I kept thinking this is stupid and then couldn t wait to turn to the next page, so I guess I loved it after all I ll say thisit is different but is a fun read and in the end you will find out something about Warren Harding and his death that you didn t know Remember, this is fiction

  6. Alex Alex says:

    Basically Dan Brown with magicians is what I wish had been written on the cover, so I would have known not to read this Based to some degree on the real life of the magician Carter the Great, it also includes sigh references to the Illuminati and Skull and Bones, and some fanciful ideas about the last days of President Harding, who was apparently a real guy It s suggested that Houdini was gay, a claim I can find zero supporting evidence for online About the only things I trusted were the Basically Dan Brown with magicians is what I wish had been written on the cover, so I would have known not to read this Based to some degree on the real life of the magician Carter the Great, it also includes sigh references to the Illuminati and Skull and Bones, and some fanciful ideas about the last days of President Harding, who was apparently a real guy It s suggested that Houdini was gay, a claim I can find zero supporting evidence for online About the only things I trusted were the weirdly persistent jokes about Pez.The whole thing is pretty amateurishly written, and Gold has only the barest control over his plot The romantic bits are especially wince worthy this is a book given to sentences like It had taken Carter all these tours to realize his most fragile prop was his heart Despite all this shittiness, the book rolls along in an adequately entertaining way it s about fuckin magic even the most hapless treatment of magic is bound to be fitfully fun Get it Bound Oh, forget it But the whole thing is really immature, honestly Immature

  7. Axion Axion says:

    Carter Beats the Devil was set up superbly I loved the way in which Glen David Gold really brought the early years of Carter alive and how these early childhood experiences influenced the magician he was to become There was a pretty hefty amount of research undertaken in this project, and Gold really captures the atmosphere of the 1920 s, with magicians vying to outdo each other at every step Unfortunately, for me, what followed this impressive start, quickly descended into a confusing tangle Carter Beats the Devil was set up superbly I loved the way in which Glen David Gold really brought the early years of Carter alive and how these early childhood experiences influenced the magician he was to become There was a pretty hefty amount of research undertaken in this project, and Gold really captures the atmosphere of the 1920 s, with magicians vying to outdo each other at every step Unfortunately, for me, what followed this impressive start, quickly descended into a confusing tangle of plot lines and characters.I can t help but feel that Gold wasn t sure if he was writing a fictionalised biography or a mystery novel At times I felt large sections of the narrative suffered from over exposition For me the story lacked focus, with too much time spend on accessory characters, and not enough on the story of Carter, which was built up superbly in the first section.To his credit, Gold writes some pretty tense and exciting scenes, but unfortunately he d lost me well before the impressive finale For me this story had so much promise, but it was lost on distracting side stories which I found confusing, indulgent and unnecessary

  8. Paul Bryant Paul Bryant says:

    A friend gave it to me years ago I figured eventually I had to read it, like you do On page 67 I threw it at the wall It s about magic, which is not very interesting to read about Or to see for that matter Magic is very annoying it s not real you know, it s just a lot of tricks I like it when they chop a person up and have parts of them in boxes spread around the stage head there, feet way over there but that s about it Likewise with Harry Potter, every one of which I ve seen on the A friend gave it to me years ago I figured eventually I had to read it, like you do On page 67 I threw it at the wall It s about magic, which is not very interesting to read about Or to see for that matter Magic is very annoying it s not real you know, it s just a lot of tricks I like it when they chop a person up and have parts of them in boxes spread around the stage head there, feet way over there but that s about it Likewise with Harry Potter, every one of which I ve seen on the big screen with my daughter A whole lot of firework displays and running about with a few nice monsters Give me Lord of the Rings any day, at least that has a story along with the creatures

  9. Hannah Hannah says:

    This is one of my favorite books of all time I started it on a plane to D.C and couldn t put it down I stayed up all night when I got there until it was finished It s historical fiction in the best sense and touches on so many things that fascinate me the invention of television by Phil T Farnsworth see The Boy Who Invented Television , the Secret Service see Starling of the White House , turn of the century magicians see Houdini , Hiding the Elephant, and Kellar s Wonders , This is one of my favorite books of all time I started it on a plane to D.C and couldn t put it down I stayed up all night when I got there until it was finished It s historical fiction in the best sense and touches on so many things that fascinate me the invention of television by Phil T Farnsworth see The Boy Who Invented Television , the Secret Service see Starling of the White House , turn of the century magicians see Houdini , Hiding the Elephant, and Kellar s Wonders , and the history of my hometown, Oakland see Oakland Story of a City Full of mystery and adventure as well as historical fact, this is a MUST read

  10. Wiebke (1book1review) Wiebke (1book1review) says:

    This book took me longer than it should have Partly I guess it was my fault, but partly also the book s This is not a fast paced read, as I always hope big books to be.Nevertheless, this is a fun book, with intriguing characters, an unpredictable story, many twists and turns that have you at the edge of your seat There is a mix of action, character s past unraveling and magical shows.I really liked the way this book was written, despite it being slow I liked how so many of the character s we This book took me longer than it should have Partly I guess it was my fault, but partly also the book s This is not a fast paced read, as I always hope big books to be.Nevertheless, this is a fun book, with intriguing characters, an unpredictable story, many twists and turns that have you at the edge of your seat There is a mix of action, character s past unraveling and magical shows.I really liked the way this book was written, despite it being slow I liked how so many of the character s were introduced and that you never gotinformation than you were supposed to have In this aspect the author really played the role of the magician, never revealing everything to you

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10 thoughts on “Carter Beats the Devil

  1. Wil Wheaton Wil Wheaton says:

    Other reviews here go into the details of this wonderful novel, so if that s what you want, go read them I ll just tell you what I knew before I went into it, which was pretty much nothing.My friend Yuri gave me this book about 5 years ago I was intimidated by its length, so I put it on the shelf and never opened it Then, last year, my friend Ben gave it to me with a few other books for my 40th birthday, part of a collection he said were some of the best books he d ever read.Anne and I took a Other reviews here go into the details of this wonderful novel, so if that s what you want, go read them I ll just tell you what I knew before I went into it, which was pretty much nothing.My friend Yuri gave me this book about 5 years ago I was intimidated by its length, so I put it on the shelf and never opened it Then, last year, my friend Ben gave it to me with a few other books for my 40th birthday, part of a collection he said were some of the best books he d ever read.Anne and I took a Secret Vacation, and I wanted something to read, so I brought this with me It was long enough to last a week, and was an actual book, so it wouldn t be a big deal if it got wet or sandy or vacationed on.I started it on the airplane before we took off, and read it for almost 6 straight hours Then, I read it about 100 pages per day until I finished it this afternoon Total days reading it Five or six.All I knew going into it was that two people who I respect were crazy about it, and that it was historical fiction about a great magician, so that s all I m going to give you I will tell you that I loved it, loved every word and every page and every single thing about it I am so glad I read it, and wish I could read it all over again for the first time.Pick up a copy I strongly recommend the dead tree version and read it for about 20 pages I m pretty sure you ll be on board by then, and if you re not, maybe it just isn t for you but I suspect you ll love it as much as I did

  2. Jeff Jeff says:

    Gold s book is loosely based on the life of Charles Carter, a real magician After reading his Wikipedia page, I appreciate that Gold wasthan willing to stretch the historical facts for the amusement of the reader.The book starts off with the death murder of one of the greatest presidents ever, Warren G Harding, who could give any president a run for their money in the floozie and corruption departments Carter is somehow implicated.Boyhood trauma propels Carter into magic and onto the Gold s book is loosely based on the life of Charles Carter, a real magician After reading his Wikipedia page, I appreciate that Gold wasthan willing to stretch the historical facts for the amusement of the reader.The book starts off with the death murder of one of the greatest presidents ever, Warren G Harding, who could give any president a run for their money in the floozie and corruption departments Carter is somehow implicated.Boyhood trauma propels Carter into magic and onto the vaudeville stage and eventually, his own traveling magic show His involvement with Harding enmeshes him in a deadly conspiracy involving secret societies, the government and big business There are plenty of real life people who also make an appearance throughout the book including, The Marx Brothers, Houdini and Philo Farnsworth the inventor of TV.Like any good illusionist worth his salt, Gold is expert at misdirecting the reader with literary sleight of hand Seeming unrelated and unremarkable doings are used as diversions only to be of consequence later in the book.Bonus How to make an elephant disappear Revealed Aside from the pulpy, dashing, derring do, what made this an interesting read were the I wish I had said written that passage and Gold s talent to take an extraordinary story and build it with relatable, ordinary moments Recommended for historical fiction fans or anyone interested in literary wizardry

  3. Bryce Wilson Bryce Wilson says:

    A Conversation I had earlier,Friend So what are you reading Me Carter Beats The Devil, it s about a master magician battling a shadowy conglomerate of the government, corporations, and secret societies to find the truth about president Harding s death with the help of his pet lion Friend There s no part of that sentence that doesn t appeal to me There is a word for this book and it is awesome A big thank you to Natalie for bringing this to my attention.

  4. Seizure Romero Seizure Romero says:

    It s so rare to have a book that I just can t wait to get back to reading I always have a book with me usually several in my car, as noted by certain friends of mine who can t help but comment on the apartment like state of my vehicle , but then there s the one that leaps to the fore and all the other currently reading titles are consigned, literally, to the back seat Carter Beats the Devil is fun from the beginning Gold has a knack for characters and for dialogue, and even the back story It s so rare to have a book that I just can t wait to get back to reading I always have a book with me usually several in my car, as noted by certain friends of mine who can t help but comment on the apartment like state of my vehicle , but then there s the one that leaps to the fore and all the other currently reading titles are consigned, literally, to the back seat Carter Beats the Devil is fun from the beginning Gold has a knack for characters and for dialogue, and even the back story is interesting, rather than just poorly drummed up filler to explain motivations His pacing is perfect, like that of the showman he writes about Some of the highest praise I can give is that it made me want to research characters and events to learnabout his source material Finally, if that s not reason enough to love this story, it has one of the best lines ever uttered in a disagreement between brothers Oh, dear God, you don t actually have a brain, do you, it sa filigreed spiderweb, with little chambers in it where trained monkeys play the pipe organ Brilliant

  5. Jill Hutchinson Jill Hutchinson says:

    I don t know if I hate or love this book since it is so off the wall I picked it up at a book sale since the cover is very eye catching but had no idea what it was about I soon learned that it dealt with the death of President Warren Harding, the rise of the magician, Carter the Great who was actually a real person , the discovery of television, Houdini, the Secret Service, the Illuminati, and a pet lion Mix all those things together and there you have it..off the wall.Basically it is a I don t know if I hate or love this book since it is so off the wall I picked it up at a book sale since the cover is very eye catching but had no idea what it was about I soon learned that it dealt with the death of President Warren Harding, the rise of the magician, Carter the Great who was actually a real person , the discovery of television, Houdini, the Secret Service, the Illuminati, and a pet lion Mix all those things together and there you have it..off the wall.Basically it is a fictional semi biography of Carter the Great, who is told a secret by President Harding that the President thinks will be disastrous to the US and the world Soon the Secret Service is following Carter as they suspect that he murdered Harding because of this secret Then the story goes off in a million different directions with sub plot piled upon sub plot The story, which is certainly somewhat fragmented, pulls you in against your will I kept thinking this is stupid and then couldn t wait to turn to the next page, so I guess I loved it after all I ll say thisit is different but is a fun read and in the end you will find out something about Warren Harding and his death that you didn t know Remember, this is fiction

  6. Alex Alex says:

    Basically Dan Brown with magicians is what I wish had been written on the cover, so I would have known not to read this Based to some degree on the real life of the magician Carter the Great, it also includes sigh references to the Illuminati and Skull and Bones, and some fanciful ideas about the last days of President Harding, who was apparently a real guy It s suggested that Houdini was gay, a claim I can find zero supporting evidence for online About the only things I trusted were the Basically Dan Brown with magicians is what I wish had been written on the cover, so I would have known not to read this Based to some degree on the real life of the magician Carter the Great, it also includes sigh references to the Illuminati and Skull and Bones, and some fanciful ideas about the last days of President Harding, who was apparently a real guy It s suggested that Houdini was gay, a claim I can find zero supporting evidence for online About the only things I trusted were the weirdly persistent jokes about Pez.The whole thing is pretty amateurishly written, and Gold has only the barest control over his plot The romantic bits are especially wince worthy this is a book given to sentences like It had taken Carter all these tours to realize his most fragile prop was his heart Despite all this shittiness, the book rolls along in an adequately entertaining way it s about fuckin magic even the most hapless treatment of magic is bound to be fitfully fun Get it Bound Oh, forget it But the whole thing is really immature, honestly Immature

  7. Axion Axion says:

    Carter Beats the Devil was set up superbly I loved the way in which Glen David Gold really brought the early years of Carter alive and how these early childhood experiences influenced the magician he was to become There was a pretty hefty amount of research undertaken in this project, and Gold really captures the atmosphere of the 1920 s, with magicians vying to outdo each other at every step Unfortunately, for me, what followed this impressive start, quickly descended into a confusing tangle Carter Beats the Devil was set up superbly I loved the way in which Glen David Gold really brought the early years of Carter alive and how these early childhood experiences influenced the magician he was to become There was a pretty hefty amount of research undertaken in this project, and Gold really captures the atmosphere of the 1920 s, with magicians vying to outdo each other at every step Unfortunately, for me, what followed this impressive start, quickly descended into a confusing tangle of plot lines and characters.I can t help but feel that Gold wasn t sure if he was writing a fictionalised biography or a mystery novel At times I felt large sections of the narrative suffered from over exposition For me the story lacked focus, with too much time spend on accessory characters, and not enough on the story of Carter, which was built up superbly in the first section.To his credit, Gold writes some pretty tense and exciting scenes, but unfortunately he d lost me well before the impressive finale For me this story had so much promise, but it was lost on distracting side stories which I found confusing, indulgent and unnecessary

  8. Paul Bryant Paul Bryant says:

    A friend gave it to me years ago I figured eventually I had to read it, like you do On page 67 I threw it at the wall It s about magic, which is not very interesting to read about Or to see for that matter Magic is very annoying it s not real you know, it s just a lot of tricks I like it when they chop a person up and have parts of them in boxes spread around the stage head there, feet way over there but that s about it Likewise with Harry Potter, every one of which I ve seen on the A friend gave it to me years ago I figured eventually I had to read it, like you do On page 67 I threw it at the wall It s about magic, which is not very interesting to read about Or to see for that matter Magic is very annoying it s not real you know, it s just a lot of tricks I like it when they chop a person up and have parts of them in boxes spread around the stage head there, feet way over there but that s about it Likewise with Harry Potter, every one of which I ve seen on the big screen with my daughter A whole lot of firework displays and running about with a few nice monsters Give me Lord of the Rings any day, at least that has a story along with the creatures

  9. Hannah Hannah says:

    This is one of my favorite books of all time I started it on a plane to D.C and couldn t put it down I stayed up all night when I got there until it was finished It s historical fiction in the best sense and touches on so many things that fascinate me the invention of television by Phil T Farnsworth see The Boy Who Invented Television , the Secret Service see Starling of the White House , turn of the century magicians see Houdini , Hiding the Elephant, and Kellar s Wonders , This is one of my favorite books of all time I started it on a plane to D.C and couldn t put it down I stayed up all night when I got there until it was finished It s historical fiction in the best sense and touches on so many things that fascinate me the invention of television by Phil T Farnsworth see The Boy Who Invented Television , the Secret Service see Starling of the White House , turn of the century magicians see Houdini , Hiding the Elephant, and Kellar s Wonders , and the history of my hometown, Oakland see Oakland Story of a City Full of mystery and adventure as well as historical fact, this is a MUST read

  10. Wiebke (1book1review) Wiebke (1book1review) says:

    This book took me longer than it should have Partly I guess it was my fault, but partly also the book s This is not a fast paced read, as I always hope big books to be.Nevertheless, this is a fun book, with intriguing characters, an unpredictable story, many twists and turns that have you at the edge of your seat There is a mix of action, character s past unraveling and magical shows.I really liked the way this book was written, despite it being slow I liked how so many of the character s we This book took me longer than it should have Partly I guess it was my fault, but partly also the book s This is not a fast paced read, as I always hope big books to be.Nevertheless, this is a fun book, with intriguing characters, an unpredictable story, many twists and turns that have you at the edge of your seat There is a mix of action, character s past unraveling and magical shows.I really liked the way this book was written, despite it being slow I liked how so many of the character s were introduced and that you never gotinformation than you were supposed to have In this aspect the author really played the role of the magician, never revealing everything to you

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