The Wizards

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The Wizards is more than just a collection of short stories. It is a multigenerational composite novel that delves into the lives of the Wendells, a patchwork family of orphans brought together by Wendell the Great. These too-human men and women struggle with mastering the Power as much as they do with one another and the cultural landscape of Southern California. More
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About Louis Corsair

Louis Corsair is an eight year veteran of the United States Army. Currently, he lives in Los Angeles, CA. In the year 2020 he hopes to publish several more works.

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About the Series: The Elohim Trilogy
Raymond Adams, a private investigator murdered in 1947, finds that the death is not the end. His unique detective mind is an asset to the Divine, the beings who oversee the welfare of humanity and Reality. More than once, Detective Adams is brought back to life for 24 hours to help solve supernatural mysteries. And yet, the dead detective is more than just a tool or a pawn; he is unraveling a threat that will extinguish all of Creation. But how is a simple dead man supposed to beat an enemy who can see all and hear all? No one is safe, dead or alive, and there isn't much time left. The villain's plan revolves around Detective Adams' Reincarnated wife, Karen, and also the enigmatic and mysterious Elohim, who no longer exists, but was the most powerful of the Great Divine.

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Reviews of The Wizards by Louis Corsair

Mandy Kell reviewed on July 31, 2021

This book read as a collection of short stories with characters that ran throughout the pages. The author's old world storytelling style made the book feel dramatic and moving. My favorite character was Isis and I enjoyed how her Lænk to time guided all of the other characters. The visual imagery of the Animas and The Stream brought the story to life. As the story skipped around it did get a bit hard to follow, although the end tied it all together. I found myself frustrated with Wendell and his change in priorities so I hope that the next adventure of The Wizards will provide a more satisfying conclusion.⠀
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
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