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   Rhymin' Reason, by Brian T. Shrout  
  Novel, first publication in February 2008
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      What if you were given the power to accomplish anything you could conceive of, do anything your heart desired, gain anything you might wish? What if that gift had one catch: you didn't want that power? What if there were those who would gladly see you die, so they might claim the power for themselves? This is the situation in which LEONARD GEARY, a college professor in his mid-thirties, finds himself-a situation that will forever change his life, as he must contend with the witch who gave him the power, as well as other witches and warlocks who seek to wrest the power from him.

    Rhymin' Reason is a magical fantasy set in modern day America. It is the story of Leonard Geary who must struggle to master the rules of the Witches' Fire after being given this magical power by a young witch, MATTIE NEELY who has romantic designs upon him. After receiving a power which he doesn't want, Leonard must contend with Mattie's self-centeredness, the efforts of other warlocks to kill him and a plot by Mattie's parents to sacrifice her to gain unlimited magical power. Along the way, Leonard gains some unlikely allies, and creates some rather unusual solutions to his problems.

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  • Magic - Magicians - Sorcerers - Witches - Wizards
  • U.S.A.
  • Urban Fantasy

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