Geekomancy by Michael R Underwood

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Clerks meets Buffy the Vampire the Slayer in this original urban fantasy eBook about Geekomancers—humans that derive supernatural powers from pop culture.

Ree Reyes’s life was easier when all she had to worry about was scraping together tips from her gig as a barista and comicshop slave to pursue her ambitions as a screenwriter.

When a scruffy-looking guy storms into the shop looking for a comic like his life depends on it, Ree writes it off as just another day in the land of the geeks. Until a gigantic “BOOM!” echoes from the alley a minute later, and Ree follows the rabbit hole down into her town’s magical flip-side. Here, astral cowboy hackers fight trolls, rubber-suited werewolves, and elegant Gothic Lolita witches while wielding nostalgia-powered props.

Ree joins Eastwood (aka Scruffy Guy), investigating a mysterious string of teen suicides as she tries to recover from her own drag-your-heart-through-jagged-glass breakup. But as she digs deeper, Ree discovers Eastwood may not be the knight-in-cardboard armor she thought. Will Ree be able to stop the suicides, save Eastwood from himself, and somehow keep her job?


About Michael R Underwood

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Michael R. Underwood is a speculative fiction writer and the North American Sales & Marketing Manager for Angry Robot Books. He holds a B.A. in creative mythology and East Asian studies from Indiana University and a M.A. in folklore studies from the University of Oregon. He has been a field representative for independent publishers, a barista, a fiction reader for Fantasy Magazine, as well as a DVD/film reviewer and essayist for Celebromancy, the sequel to Geekomancy, is his second novel. He blogs at and can be found on Twitter at @MikeRUnderwood
Published July 10, 2012 by Pocket Star. 381 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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