Where can a perpetual outsider find a home when he doesn’t “belong” anywhere? Welcome to the Magitech Lounge.
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There’s no place like it on Earth. Or anywhere in the Confederacy of Human Worlds, for that matter. It’s a place where the terminally weird gather to find companionship, friendship, and redemption. Here, magic meets high technology and humanity looks at itself in the mirror of infinite possibilities. Located on a side-street not far from the legendary Haight Street in San Francisco, the Magitech Lounge is a place of wonder for normals and preternaturals alike.
Jack’s an ordinary enough fellow, a former time-traveler with a unique perspective on life. He didn’t set out to make his lounge a place of refuge for the paranormal, but that’s what it’s become. A place where rogue immortals might wander in and the person in the mirror might not be just a reflection.
Welcome to the Magitech Lounge, where being a freak isn’t only accepted, but expected.
“Tales from the Magitech Lounge,” the newest novel from the keyboard of futuristic urban fantasy author Saje Williams, is the first book in his new Infinity: Empire series.