Book: The Scriptlings by Sorin Suciucategories: Book, Humour, Magic, Computers, Terry Pratchett, Douglas Adams, Christopher Moore, Urban Fantasy
Sorin Suciuabout this book: Magic, computers, and a sometimes invisible goat – if it feels like a real life RPG then this humorous urban fantasy is probably for you.
If you're not a geeky gamer then a) it's never too late to become one; b) chances are you'll miss about 37.52% of the jokes, but you will still have plenty of opportunities to laugh your heart out.
• "The Scriptlings' pervasive wit and charm is a love letter to Douglas Adams and Terry Pratchett." — Joel Bethel
• "Now this book all the key ingredients of a delicious read: laugh-out-loud and witty-side-snicker humour, characters who are flawed yet nonetheless wholly lovable, well-timed plot points with unexpected twists and lots of gems for the computer literate geeks." — Chingers
• "Clever, imaginative, funny! The sharp dialogue filled with witticisms keeps you going along the solid plot line." — Cristian Englert
• "Sorin Suciu has done something that I thought damn near impossible. He has taken a very Pratchett like sense of humor and pacing and placed it quite well in a modern setting." — Davygravy
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