This is an interesting take on finding purpose and meaning in your life. It turns out there are no broomsticks or portions in this story—the real magic is in the DNA. A very different and interesting read.
(The Age of the Magician Book 1)
After WWIII ends in catastrophe, two thirty-something-year-olds find out they are magicians. Mael is intellectually gifted, so doing magic is a breeze. He, however, has partial amnesia.
Jaelyn finds herself friends with Mael after leaving the modern-day Tower of Babel. The Tower is where millions of humans live in a simulated reality.
Mael and Jaelyn’s mutual friendship with a mentally ill magician turns them into a tight trio.
However, as their friend’s superior supernatural powers awaken, will she be the end of the trio and all of modern society?
Magician Society is a psychological novel that boldly exposes characters who are negotiating a world of magical absurdities and debt.