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The author of the book: Michael G. Manning
Edition: Piper Fantasy
Date of issue: May 14th 2013
ISBN 13: 9783492702904
Format files: PDF
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Seine Herkunft ist dunkel. Sein Leben ein Geheimnis. Seine Bestimmung – Magie ... Der junge Mort verfügt über Fähigkeiten, die es eigentlich nicht geben darf: Magie ist in seiner Welt längst vergessen. Und mit seiner Gabe bringt er die dunklen Götter gegen sich auf. Nachdem seine Eltern bei einem Attentat ums Leben kamen, wächst der junge Mort bei einem Hufschmied auf. Seine wahre Herkunft kennt er nicht. Doch bald erwachen in ihm magische Fähigkeiten – lebensgefährlich in einer Welt, die die Magie längst verbannt hatte. Gemeinsam mit seinen Gefährten Dorian und Penny erlernt Mort das magische Handwerk – und gerät damit dem finsteren Lord Devon in die Quere, der nicht nur für Mort, sondern auch für Penny zur größten Bedrohung wird. Dabei ist Devon nicht ihr einziger Gegner. Denn bald findet Mort heraus, dass er sich gegen eine schier unbesiegbare Macht gestellt hat: einen dunklen Gott.
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Read information about the authorMichael Manning was born in Cleveland, Texas and spent his formative years there, reading fantasy and science fiction, concocting home grown experiments in his backyard, and generally avoiding schoolwork.
Eventually he went to college, starting at Sam Houston State University, where his love of beer blossomed and his obsession with playing role-playing games led him to what he calls 'his best year ever' and what most of his family calls 'the lost year'.
Several years and a few crappy jobs later, he decided to pursue college again and was somehow accepted into the University of Houston Honors program (we won't get into the particulars of that miracle). This led to a degree in pharmacy and it followed from there that he wound up with a license to practice said profession.
Unfortunately, Michael was not a very good pharmacist. Being relatively lawless and free spirited were not particularly good traits to possess in a career focused on perfection, patient safety, and the letter-of-the-law. Nevertheless, he persisted and after a stint as a hospital pharmacy manager wound up as a pharmacist working in correctional managed care for the State of Texas.
He gave drugs to prisoners.
After a year or two at UTMB he became bored and taught himself entirely too much about networking, programming, and database design and administration. At first his supervisors warned him (repeatedly) to do his assigned tasks and stop designing programs to help his coworkers do theirs, but eventually they gave up and just let him do whatever he liked since it seemed to be generally working out well for them.
Ten or eleven years later and he got bored with that too. So he wrote a book. We won't talk about where he was when he wrote 'The Blacksmith's Son', but let's just assume he was probably supposed to be doing something else at the time.
Some people liked the book and told other people. Now they won't leave him alone.
After another year or two, he decided to just give up and stop pretending to be a pharmacist/programmer, much to the chagrin of his mother (who had only ever wanted him to grow up to be a doctor and had finally become content with the fact that he had settled on pharmacy instead).
Michael's wife supported his decision, even as she stubbornly refused to believe he would make any money at it. It turned out later that she was just telling him this because she knew that nothing made Michael more contrary than his never ending desire to prove her wrong. Once he was able to prove said fact she promptly admitted her tricky ruse and he has since given up on trying to win.
Today he lives at home with his stubborn wife, teenage twins, a giant moose-poodle, two yorkies, a green-cheeked conure, a massive prehistoric tortoise, and a head full of imaginary people. There are also some fish, but he refuses to talk about them.
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