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The Magic Key Cards, a fun, strange science fiction novella about a hapless hero named Jack who by some random coincidence learns about an evil secret society that rules the world and obtains a magical item capable of defeating them, an item conveniently disguised as something no sane person would ever look for: a Libertarian Party membership card. Jack goes on a quest to The Magic Key Cards, a fun, strange science fiction novella about a hapless hero named Jack who by some random coincidence learns about an evil secret society that rules the world and obtains a magical item capable of defeating them, an item conveniently disguised as something no sane person would ever look for: a Libertarian Party membership card. Jack goes on a quest to save the world, and comedy and chaos ensue. Jack is a literary agent’s assistant who reads crazy, cheesy conspiracy theory spy thriller novels for a living. Now, his boss is murdered, two mysterious men are looking for him, and he just found a strange magical object or alien technology that might save the world. And he used to be just a nice, normal, good-natured guy, who believes in peace and love. Guided by some weird people he meets along the way, Jack will experience a reality stranger than any novel he’s ever read. Jack is no spy, and, ever so far from being graceful or suave or sophisticated, he is as awkward and clumsy and simple as is humanly possible, but he won’t let that stop him from trying to save the world. Will Jack survive?


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The Magic Key Cards, a fun, strange science fiction novella about a hapless hero named Jack who by some random coincidence learns about an evil secret society that rules the world and obtains a magical item capable of defeating them, an item conveniently disguised as something no sane person would ever look for: a Libertarian Party membership card. Jack goes on a quest to The Magic Key Cards, a fun, strange science fiction novella about a hapless hero named Jack who by some random coincidence learns about an evil secret society that rules the world and obtains a magical item capable of defeating them, an item conveniently disguised as something no sane person would ever look for: a Libertarian Party membership card. Jack goes on a quest to save the world, and comedy and chaos ensue. Jack is a literary agent’s assistant who reads crazy, cheesy conspiracy theory spy thriller novels for a living. Now, his boss is murdered, two mysterious men are looking for him, and he just found a strange magical object or alien technology that might save the world. And he used to be just a nice, normal, good-natured guy, who believes in peace and love. Guided by some weird people he meets along the way, Jack will experience a reality stranger than any novel he’s ever read. Jack is no spy, and, ever so far from being graceful or suave or sophisticated, he is as awkward and clumsy and simple as is humanly possible, but he won’t let that stop him from trying to save the world. Will Jack survive?

36 review for The Magic Key Cards: A Science Fiction Thriller Suspense Spy Adventure Conspiracy Theory Comedy (Russell's Paradise Found)

  1. 4 out of 5

    molly

    that was awful this has got to be the worst book i have literally ever read. ever. i won this in a goodreads giveaway, and that was the only thing that motivated me to finish it. this cliche, boring, predictable, repetitive book of libertarian propaganda might have worked as a piece of satire, but even then, it would be nearly impossible to get through it. i am blown away that someone actually wrote something this bad. if it bears on your own opinion, i am probably best described as an anarchist or e that was awful this has got to be the worst book i have literally ever read. ever. i won this in a goodreads giveaway, and that was the only thing that motivated me to finish it. this cliche, boring, predictable, repetitive book of libertarian propaganda might have worked as a piece of satire, but even then, it would be nearly impossible to get through it. i am blown away that someone actually wrote something this bad. if it bears on your own opinion, i am probably best described as an anarchist or extremely far leftist or something. wow. yikes.

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    Mike Harnish

    A very, very short book (Only

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