» » The Wizard of Sunset Strip (Wizard of 4th Street)

Download The Wizard of Sunset Strip (Wizard of 4th Street) fb2

by Simon Hawke
Download The Wizard of Sunset Strip (Wizard of 4th Street) fb2
Fantasy
  • Author:
    Simon Hawke
  • ISBN:
    0445207027
  • ISBN13:
    978-0445207028
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    Popular Library; Reissue edition (September 1, 1989)
  • Pages:
    202 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Fantasy
  • Language:
  • FB2 format
    1231 kb
  • ePUB format
    1846 kb
  • DJVU format
    1463 kb
  • Rating:
    4.4
  • Votes:
    275
  • Formats:
    azw mbr lrf txt


This is my 5th or 6th time reading this book it is one of my favorate brain candy books.

This is my 5th or 6th time reading this book it is one of my favorate brain candy books. reading funk essentially broken; Hawke weaves fun tongue in cheek stories that don't take themselves too seriously.

The Wizard of 4th Street. The Wizard of Sunset Strip. The Wizard of Whitechapel. The Ambivalent Magician. The heat of the Sonoran Desert in July took him back over two thousand years. The Wizard of Lovecraft’s Cafe. It brought back memories of a time when he stood in a white robe and feathered headdress, obsidian dagger poised over the heart of a sacrificial victim while worshipers numbering in the tens of thousands stood at the base of the pyramid, chanting his name.

Of all the books in the Wizard of 4th Street Series, this one hits a little closer to home due to it's content. Of course I won't tell you, but let me just say it's the happiest place on earth

THE WIZARD OF 4TH STREET by Simon Hawke. CHAPTER One The cabdriver was a rookie; Wyrdrune could always tell.

THE WIZARD OF 4TH STREET by Simon Hawke. The photo on the license fastened to the dashboard showed a dark young Puerto Rican with perfect teeth and pockmarked skin, wearing his brand-new yellow turban and smiling into the camera lens. It identified the driver as Jesus Dominguez, Certified Adept, Class 4 Public Transport, New York City Taxi and Limousine Commission. The lack of conversation was a dead giveaway. Wyrdrune glanced up at the driver's face, reflected in the rearview mirror.

The Wizard of Sunset Strip (Wizard of 4th Street). Tags: SciFantasy (1), Wizard Of 4th Street (1). add. Separate tags with commas, spaces are allowed. Use tags to describe a product . for a movie Themes heist, drugs, kidnapping, coming of age Genre drama, parody, sci-fi, comedy Locations paris, submarine, new york.

Download books for free. FB2 PDF MOBI TXT RTF. Converted file can differ from the original. If possible, download the file in its original format.

His first major work as Simon Hawke was the Timewars series, which recounts the adventures of an organization . The Wizard of 4th Street (1987). The Wizard of Whitechapel (1988). The Wizard of Sunset Strip (1989).

His first major work as Simon Hawke was the Timewars series, which recounts the adventures of an organization tasked with protecting history from being changed by time travellers. In the world of the series, many people and events we consider fictional are historical, and vice versa; the action of each book in the series weaves in and out of the events of a famous work of literature. The Wizard of Rue Morgue (1990). The Samurai Wizard (1991). The Wizard of Santa Fe (1991). The Wizard of Camelot (1993). The Wizard of Lovecraft's Cafe (1993).

Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. Распространяем знания с 2009.

In this sequel to the popular Wizard of Whitechapel, Wydrune the Warlock must stop the Dark Ones who are turning Hollywood into a fantasy land of eternal horror. No excerpt currently exists for this novel.

When mutilated bodies begin turning up in Hollywood and the police are baffled, the young wizard Wydrune and his band--a beautiful cat burglar, a Cockney punk possessed by the spirit of Merlin, and Camelot's last survivor--take the case

Lost Python
Welcome to Hollywood, where movies are still made more or less. And murder still happens, but this time it's strange and bizzaro death appears. Who or what is causing it. Nothing human could do this. So the holder of the gen stones and there allies are checking out. This death if its what they think it is. Then they have to stop him. Or more chaos will start again!
Love Me
I really like books that infuse magic, humor, mystery, and plot twists. This book has them. The only parts I have trouble with are the reuse of descriptions, word for word, from one book to the next. Rather than using fresh descriptives, they become redundant. Don't let that keep you from enjoying the series. It is really a fun read.
Zolorn
I'm biased. I read this series 40 years ago and loved it. Still enjoying it as much now as I did then.
Folsa
In the 22nd century magic is alive and thanks to Merlin the world was saved. That was until the Dark Ones were released from thousands of years imprisonment and escaped into the world. Meanwhile the scions of the Old Ones who opposed the Dark Ones must stop the newest threat in the city of Glitz and glamour Hollywood. With their new ally Billy who is in fact the last descendant of Merlin whose spirit inhabits his body when he needs to perform magic and give guidance together the two of them have to get along.
Something stalks the Sunset strip and it appears to be a Dark One. With several murders resulting in death and strange magic energy from each site they have brought in an FBI specialist who has a certain knowledge of them and of Morded himself. For he was the lover of his mother Morgan LeFay. After finding out who she was and what that meant he knows about the history the two of them have and what is currently going on. What none of them know is what the Dark One is planning as it would appear that old movie studios seems to be his haunting ground and where movie magic is more illusion then real its hard to tell who might be who.
Mezilabar
Of all the books in the Wizard of 4th Street Series, this one hits a little closer to home due to it's content. The basic premise is the same and as usual very interesting, it keeps you going until the end. What makes this book different though is the use of places that might be a little more familiar to most everyone within the US. From the idea of a character working in the film industry, to our killer stalking the Sunset Strip to the final battle that takes place at....Of course I won't tell you, but let me just say it's the happiest place on earth. Simon Hawke has written a marvelous story to add to his marvelous series.