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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful
So good it's magic... 30 Dec. 2007
By Madelyn Pryor - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Wizards, Inc is one of the latest in Daw's long litany of anthologies. As always, there is a theme, and the theme is people using magic to earn their money. Fifteen tales are presented for the reader's pleasure, and it is a pleasure to read most of these stories. But before I get to deep into my rants and raves, allow me to list all the stories and authors represented here. (If you don't care, just skip to the next paragraph, or if you have a favorite author you're trying to find, read away)

**Jamaica by Orson Scott Card **Audition by Steve Perry **Back Door Magic by Phaedra M. Weldon **Occupational Hazard by Mike Resnick **Ties That Bind by Annie Reed **Hostile Takeover by Nina Kiriki Hoffman **A Different Way into the Life by Jay Lake **Disaster Relief by Kristine Kathryn Rusch **KidPro by Laura Anne Gilman **Stocks and Bondage by Esther M. Friesner **The Keeper of the Morals by Dean Wesley Smith **Cosmic Balances Inc. by Kristine Grayson **Theobroma by Diane Duane **Chocolate Alchemy by Lisa Silverhorne & **No Rest for the Wicked by Michael A Stackpole

I have read hundreds of anthologies and as usual some stories are better in this than others. Chocolate Alchemy by Lisa Silverhorne was delicious, fun, and made me smile, and Jamaica by Orson Scott Card proves once again why Card is a master of his craft. The reason this anthology gets a five star rating is almost all the stories are good, solid page turning stories, each with their own humor, or twists and turns that leave you wanting more. This is one of the most solid collections Daw has complied in a long time. Are all the stories good? No. I can name at least two that I could have done without, but the other 13 more than make up for it.

Look, if you love Supernatural Gumshoe detective stories, short stories, or you are just a fantasy fan looking for the perfect vacation book, this collection comes with my highest recommendations. It's fun, witty, and wonderful. It shows that you might possess that magic touch, but that doesn't always pay the bills. Wizards Inc is brilliant and well worth the money.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Of Wizardry and Mediocraty 15 Sept. 2010
By Kristen - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback Verified Purchase
I found this collection of short stories to be pretty mediocre. I liked "Theobroma" by Diane Duane, but I think that anyone unfamiliar with her Young Wizards series would be confused. Many of the other stories felt this way, too. The stories that didn't leave me befuddled ended with super-happy endings, in which people who have never met before fall madly in love within moments of laying eyes on each other.The stories are all interesting, but end badly.
I like reading short stories to introduce me to new authors 17 Jun. 2015
By Geraldine Y Beck - Published on Amazon.com
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This book is also full of short stories with various authors. I like reading short stories to introduce me to new authors.
3 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Wonderful stories, great authors 20 Jun. 2010
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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I really didn't want this book to end. I bought it for the Diane Duane short story but loved the others as well.
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The title places the milieu 27 Feb. 2012
By Colin Taylor - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
I took a while warming to this collection of wizard stories. Their tone and style are contemporary enough to jar a little because they seem to go against the traditional magic-inducing mood. Once I got used to that, the stories are fulfilling; a good quick-read.
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