The Art Of The Houdini Scientist, And The Other Soulless Zombies Who Were Never Here. . .

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Houdini Scientist: Noun. 1) A young inventor that hides the secrets to her science behind elaborate misdirection and an illusion of incomprehensible complexity, like a magician would. 2) Just another soulless zombie trapped in a secret base that officially doesn't exist. 3) A girl that will save the world, if she can save herself first. 4) Book one in the Hummingbird Series. More
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Words: 147,880
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458042101
About TR Nowry

I'm an Indie author living in Bumpass (yes, there really is a place called Bumpass). Indie, in my case, means no cover artist, no editors, and no marketing of any kind. For good or bad, it's just me, a taped together laptop bought in '03, and some horrendous credit card debt for over a decade of typing.

The Hummingbird Series was written with each book more like a season on a TV series than what some may expect from a 'traditional' or 'mainstream' series from those Publishing House factories. It starts with The Art of the Houdini Scientist, then continues with Patent Mine, Hell from a Well, The Heredity of Hummingbirds, Mourning after Dawn, Daughters of Immortality, and Waffen, with others on the way.

Questions or comments? They're always welcome at my Xanga blog or Facebook (TR Nowry). I'll be sure to answer... on those months I can afford to pay my phone bill. Found some typos and have a hankering to help an indie author instead of hurling stones? Both sites work well for that too.

Please continue to support your favorite Indie authors by recommending them to your friends and writing thoughtful reviews, it's the only marketing most of us will ever get!

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Review by: D. Spencer on May 14, 2013 :
Outstanding!!! Too bad I can't give this 10 stars.
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Review by: Luke Short on March 12, 2013 :
Great book. Still can't understand why it was free.
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