Recession of the Magi by Alfred Tumblin III

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Samir De Bastide is the last magical priest of the modern era placed in the true center of mysticism being the fair city of New Orleans and all that lies beneath its charming exterior. He is joined by other descendants of divine bloodlines reaching back to the cradle of civilization to defeat a foe that was the first to rock in it. This ancient enemy has patiently made arrangements from the beginning of time to fulfill a heinous agenda. Samir and his allies are compelled to foil her being forced to exercise unprecedented forms of mystic battle bearing unlimited risks to the origin of their sentient purposes and sacred traditions. The futures of their bloodlines are threatened by the cause and effect of choices they were destined to make with minimal time and generations of wisdom. Their roads to discovery and battle lead not only from continent to continent and planet to planet but also include inter-dimensional travel. Follow the Magi and his lot on this epic journey and discover secrets that shake the foundation of Mankind and might very well lead to its fall.

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Published June 22, 2006 by iUniverse. 492 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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