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Mister Magic – Kiersten White

Tytuł:

Mister Magic

Autor:

Kiersten White

Wydawnictwo:

Penguin

Rok wydania:

2024

Okładka:

miękka

ISBN:

9781804941508

Ilość sztuk w magazynie: 3 |

Wysyłamy w 24h |

55,00 

3 w magazynie

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Who is Mister Magic? Former child stars reunite to uncover the tragedy that ended their show – and discover the secret of its enigmatic host – in this dark supernatural thriller from the No. 1 New York Times bestselling author of Hide. Thirty years after a tragic accident shut down production of the classic children’s program Mister Magic, the five surviving cast members have done their best to move on. But just as generations of cultishly devoted fans still cling to the lessons they learned from the show, the cast, known as the Circle of Friends, have spent their lives searching for the happiness they felt while they were on it. The friendship. The feeling of belonging. And the protection of Mister Magic. But with no surviving video of the show, no evidence of who directed or produced it, and no records of who – or what – the beloved host actually was, memories are all the former circle of friends have. Then a twist of fate brings the castmates back together at the remote desert filming compound that feels like it’s been waiting for them all this time. Even though they haven’t seen each other for years, they somehow understand one another better than anyone has since. After all, they’re the only ones who hold the secret of that circle, the mystery of the magic man in his infinitely black cape, and, maybe, the answers to what really happened on that deadly last day. But as the Circle of Friends reclaim parts of their past, they begin to wonder: Are they here by choice, or have they been lured into a trap? Because magic never forgets the taste of your friendship. . . .

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Tytuł:

Mister Magic

Autor:

Kiersten White

Wydawnictwo:

Penguin

Rok wydania:

2024

Okładka:

miękka

ISBN:

9781804941508