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Sorcerers: A novel.

By: Needleman, Jacob [author.].
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York : Monkfish Book Publishing, 2015Description: 208 pages ; 23cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 1939681472; 9781939681478.Subject(s): Magicians -- Fiction | Magic -- Fiction | Interpersonal conflict -- Fiction
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Fiction Davis (Central) Library
Fiction Collection
Fiction Collection NEED 1 Available T00611895
Total holds: 0

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<p> Sorcerers is an enthralling blend of sorcery, religion, and philosophy. Adolescent Eliot Appleman joins the Sorcerers, a group of young magicians who share his yearnings and aspirations. As Eliot discovers he has genuine mystical powers, he is drawn into a perilous clash between two conflicting forces--the compulsion to manipulate others and the need to master his own nature and find his place in the world.</p> <p> Jacob Needleman is professor of philosophy at San Francisco State University. In addition to teaching and writing, he serves as a consultant in the fields of business, psychology, education, medical ethics, and philanthropy.</p>

Adolescent Eliot Appleman joins the Sorcerers, a group of young magicians who share his yearnings and asperations. As Eliot discovers he has genuine mystical powers, he is drawn into a perilous clash between two conflicting forces - the compulsion to manipulate others and the need to master his own nature and find his place in the world.

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