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Scott Meyer Books In Order

Publication Order of Magic 2.0 Books

Off to Be the Wizard (2013) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Spell or High Water (2014) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
An Unwelcome Quest (2015) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Fight and Flight (2017) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Out of Spite, Out of Mind (2018) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Standalone Novels

Master of Formalities (2015) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Authorities (2015) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Run Program (2017) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Non-Fiction Books

Help Is On the Way (2008) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Made with 90% Recycled Art (2010) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Curse of the Masking Tape Mummy (2011) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Scott Meyer is an American author of fictional and non fictional novels.

Scott Meyer did not always work full time as a writer. He has held a variety of jobs along the way, such as a DJ on the radio, a comic that works in stand up, writing for video games, managing an office, and editor of a magazine about gardening.

He has created a comic strip that is call Basic Instructions. He has also written a book and followed that up with several more. He chooses to live in the Sunshine State. He and his wife both reside in Florida, for
what Scott Meyer says is the purpose of being closer to the cats they have.

Scott Meyer is the creator and the author of the Magic 2.0 fictional series of novels. This series kicked off for the first time in 2013, which is the year that the debut novel was published. The second book in the series was released for readers to enjoy in 2014 and is titled Spell or High Water. The third book was released in 2015 and is titled An Unwelcome Quest. A fourth and a fifth book have been released.

Off to Be the Wizard is the first novel in the Magic series by author Scott Meyer. If you love reading zany stories that are full of creativity and are certainly unique, then check out this first book in what you will agree is an imaginative series.

When it comes to the debut story, readers finally get the chance to meet Martin Banks for the first time. He would be what you could consider to be a normal guy that was able to make a discovery that has him really shocked. Martin would be the last person to think that he can change the fabric of reality, but it turns out that his ability to manipulate it is actually true.

It’s a real skill, but why is he able to do it? Martin finds out that the reason why he is able to manipulate reality is the fact that reality is actually not even what you might think it is. It’s actually a program on a computer. But the good thing is that because he does have this ability to use, he has free range to just see what it does and amuse himself.

But every time that he uses this ability, Martin discovers that the tweaks that he has made did not go without notice. It turns out that people out there do keep track of what reality is going through and Martin is worried about the idea of facing prosecution for the changes that he has already chosen to make.

He decides that he is going to go back, travel in time to the time of the Middle Ages. That is how he is going to deal with it all and he will even assume a new identity. He’s going to pretend to be a real life wizard and sees no problem with pursuing this plan.

He thinks that there is nothing that could go wrong when it comes to this plan. Martin is actually a hacker and an American from a different time and now he has gotten all the way back to the court of King Arthur. He is trying to do everything that he can to try and take his powers and truly master them. If he can find out the truth about Merlin, an old wizard, and not die in the process, he might just have a shot at it.

Can this average guy find himself able to triumph in extraordinary circumstances? He is going to have to do his best to try and master the power that he has or risk going back to the world that he knows and facing up to the consequences. Read this book to find out what happens in the end for yourself!

Spell or High Water is the second novel in the Magic 2.0 series by Scott Meyer. If you enjoyed the action and adventure of the debut story, then check out this sequel too and keep the fun going!

An American is doing whatever he can to try and master the powers that he has to influence reality. A lot of people would kill to have the same abilities that he has, but no one’s been able to steal them yet.

Medieval England is the site of this story as Martin Banks returns once more. He is on another adventure, this time on a journey to try and get his powers over reality to try and change. If he can get to the next level with them then he might finally come into the timeline where he fulfills his destiny.

Martin has always tried to do his best and when he came up against Jimmy, he at first did not know what to do other than try his hardest. Jimmy was an evil programmer that didn’t have good intentions, but it’s now been a month since he was defeated. Martin is happy with the way that things turned out and is happy that things seem like they could not be any better.

He knows that overall he is lucky with how things turned out. Everything is going great, except when it comes to his personal life. Maybe he is not the type of guy to be lucky in love. He has no idea that someone may be coming to Atlantis. Gwen feels lost and distant but hopes that she will find a safe haven in the place that is known to be a safe kingdom for female travelers of time.

This benevolent and tolerant place is run by the Sorceresses. When Martin is invited to an Atlantis summit along with Philip, he wonders whether he will run into Gwen and get another shot. He hopes that with any luck he is going to talk to her, so of course he’ll have to face endless challenges to that getting in the way.

Can Martin get over his bad luck, or will it take him down just when he’s getting started? Read this intriguing second book in the Magic series to find out!

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