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'America's long sent its best SMASH agents overseas to deal with the European crisis. As of today, they decided dismantling your operation was more important than containing the Bastogne Broach. Now you're dealing with the real professionals.'

Paul Tsabo. Bureaucromancer. Political activist. Loving father. His efforts to decriminalize magic have made him the government's number one enemy - and his fugitive existence has robbed his daughter of a normal life.

Aliyah Tsabo-Dawson. Videogamemancer. Gifted unearthly powers by a terrorist's magic. Raised by a family of magicians, she's the world's loneliest teenager - because her powers might kill anyone she befriends.

The Unimancers. Brain-burned zombies. Former 'mancers, tortured into becoming agents of the government's anti-'mancer squad. An unstoppable hive mind.

When Paul accidentally opens up the first unsealed dimensional broach on American soil, the Unimancers lead his family in a cat-and-mouse pursuit all the way to the demon-haunted ruins of Europe - where Aliyah is slowly corrupted by the siren call of the Unimancers....

©2016 Ferrett Steinmetz (P)2017 Audible, Ltd

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Hat Trick or a Triad. ;D

These three books together are marvelous. The emotions, characters, reality woven into this world, and the playfulness of the writer is outstanding. I am sitting here in angst over having funishes the Fix and hoping to see and read many more works by Ferret. thank you sir

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  • 03-19-17

Better and better

I've loved this series ever since the debut novel 'Flex'. The worldbuilding is truly unique, with a spin on magic I'd never seen before, the characters weren't carbon copies of every other chistle-jawed hero and svelte heroine we so often see.

Good as Flex was, though, the second book - The Flux - was better still.. and yet. Yet, Fix blew the first two out of the water. This is by far the best of the trilogy, bringing new spins and twists that I simply did not see coming, and eventually, after a wild ride, bringing the series to an emotionally satisfying conclusion.

As to the narration. I admit, I found the performance in Book 1 to be a bit lackluster. But it has improved over the series to the point where I don't even remember what I thought was lacking. In this book, the narrator is truly wonderful, bringing the characters to like.

My only word of warning is this: Do not start with Fix. To enjoy this series, you need to start with Book One and work your way through in the proper order.