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Fabrick by Andrew Post
Review by Mel Jacob
Medallion Press Paperback  ISBN/ITEM#: 9781605425016
Date: 01 November 2013 List Price $9.99 Amazon US / Amazon UK

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Product Description: Fabrick is a rare form of magic that grants the user, a fabric weaver, a double-sided gift. Clyde is a 19-year-old fabrick-altered human who can ease men's minds when they confess their sins to him but his luck will be reduced depending on the severity of their crime. When Clyde emerges from his cellar bedroom to find his master murdered and the city of Geyser in ruins, he sets off on a journey to make things right. Clyde joins forces with others like him who have unusual abilities: Flam, the Mouflon treasure hunter with his brawn and blunderbuss; Nevele, the Royal Stitcher who's covered from head to toe in sutures; and Rohm, a hyperintelligent pack of talking frisk mice that can assemble into human form. Clyde's never even been out of his master's home before, but now he's on a self-appointed quest that will take him through a razed city, to the underground, back up, and to the palace beyond.

(Source: Medallion Press)

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