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These preview books give you a chance to try a sample of the book for a significant savings.  They typically include about half the book so you can decide if you want to purchase the whole book.  Consider these like insurance.

The Lost Art of Magic Preview by John Kovacich

The Lost Art of Magic

ISBN-13: 978-1479211364

A sixteen year old girl accidentally discovers the power of magic, a power which has been lost for centuries.

By doing so, she makes herself the target of mercenaries who want the magic for themselves, but failing that, hunt her down intent on killing her to keep it lost.

"The author keeps you on edge; needing to know what comes next. I highly recommend this book." - 5 stars Amazon

The Lost Art of Magic Preview by John Kovacich
The Untold Prophecy
(The Lost Art of Magic #2)
ISBN- coming December 1st, 2014

After Destiny unlocks the power of magic, and the first prophecy has been fulfilled, magic finds its way into the hands of a most vile and unscrupulous young girl. In her hands, the power grows and without the discipline needed to control it, her lust for more power grows with it. She unleashes her rage upon the world and thus begins the second, untold prophecy. 


Destiny may be the only one powerful enough to face her, but even she may not be ready. She is driven to find a way to protect her family while confronting her new nemesis, but her youth also drives her along its own reckless path with devastating consequences.
The Mother of All Viruses by John Kovacich

The Mother of All Viruses

ISBN-13: 978-1479246458

An ex-hacker, a sexy college professor, stolen top secret hardware, a cover-up, a kidnapping, a government conspiracy, hacked defense computers, FBI, CIA, NSA, Armageddon.

"It's my favorite kind of book. I simply couldn't put it down. I loved it."
- 5 stars Amazon
"I couldn't put it down! Everything that fascinates me was in the book."
- 5 stars goodreads
"Loved this book! This new and upcoming author is on his way to being a great story teller. Lots of twists and turns. Lots of wrong leads and dead ends when you think you have it figured out, you don't! Bravo! Write another one." - 5 stars Amazon
"I really got tangled up in this book. It grabbed by mind and my attention, and I was thoroughly surprised by the ending. A book that can keep me guessing is always great, and “The Mother Of All Viruses” does that, all the way to the end." - 5 stars Amazon
"Firstly; I am not a computer geek or even very savvy and I definitely am not a scientist. This book is kind of about both, and was absolutely engaging. I kept wanting to read the end of the book to find out how it worked out; but I didn't. Thank goodness, because it was a complete surprise to me. I highly recommend this book to mystery lovers, just be prepared to read into the early hours of the morning." - 5 stars Amazon
"If you can relate to a computer programmer, statistics and the prediction of random quantum events, this is for you! ... This is a keeper, for sure!!  HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!" 5 stars Amazon
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