Magic: The Story of a Lost Dog and a Wounded Marine.

Magic The Story of a Lost Dog and a Wounded Marine Two decades of genetic research and experimentation subsidized by the Iranian Ministry of Health and Medical Education produces an amazing animal of the sub species Canis Lupus Familiaris It appears

  • Title: Magic: The Story of a Lost Dog and a Wounded Marine.
  • Author: Edmond Humm
  • ISBN: 9781478211310
  • Page: 132
  • Format: Paperback
  • Two decades of genetic research and experimentation, subsidized by the Iranian Ministry of Health and Medical Education, produces an amazing animal of the sub species Canis Lupus Familiaris It appears to be a large golden retriever however, it has one salient attribute that separates it from the rest of the canine world, it possesses the intelligence of an adult human beTwo decades of genetic research and experimentation, subsidized by the Iranian Ministry of Health and Medical Education, produces an amazing animal of the sub species Canis Lupus Familiaris It appears to be a large golden retriever however, it has one salient attribute that separates it from the rest of the canine world, it possesses the intelligence of an adult human being After escaping from a genetic research laboratory in Iran, Magic wanders into Iraq, where he befriends Lt Ryan Quinn He saves Ryan s life after he is captured by insurgents In return, Ryan ships Magic back to his Florida home Ryan has no idea that his big lovable mutt is the result of many generations of genetic tinkering by the Iranian Ministry of Health Magic can communicate using a computer, but is reluctant to tell anyone about his powers for fear of becoming a lab rat again.

    • Magic: The Story of a Lost Dog and a Wounded Marine. >> Edmond Humm
      132 Edmond Humm
    • thumbnail Title: Magic: The Story of a Lost Dog and a Wounded Marine. >> Edmond Humm
      Posted by:Edmond Humm
      Published :2019-06-07T09:55:18+00:00

    2 thoughts on “Magic: The Story of a Lost Dog and a Wounded Marine.

    1. About the author Marine Officer, General Manager, Airline Director, Teacher Edmond Humm is now doing what he wanted to do most of his life He is writing novels His first adventure in the business of writing began when he was eight years old He wrote, drew, printed and published his own comic books on the streets of East Los Angeles That was a long time ago Ed s fiction writing credits include two published novels Eternity and Golden Goose and eight indie published novels His short story, The War s over won a literary prize His nonfiction credits include hundreds of instructional manuals and guides He was the sports and history editor for Anka society in San Jose, California He received his BA degree from Chaminade University of Hawaii, and did his graduate work at the University of South Carolina MFA As a teacher at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, Florida, he taught computer science and studied creative writing When not writing, he mentors high school students and tutors college students in both writing and computer science He lives in Florida with his wife.

    2. I received this book through the giveaways for an honest review. What a neat book. Written from the perspective of Magic the dog, I found this book a joy to read. Magic is a genetically engineered dog who is smarter than the average human. He escapes from the lab he is in and meets up with some soldiers who are currently doing duty in Iraq, where the lab is located, and is befriended by a marine named Ryan Quinn. Quinn is injured when his Humvee hits a roadside bomb and is left behind, but Magi [...]

    3. It would really be great if dogs can communicate with their owners as Magic can, but that would put Cesar Milan out of commission. Haha! I am already impressed as it is with the "conversations" I have with my own pet dog. Considered as the world's second most intelligent breeds, my toy poodle would sit in front of me and stare motionless until she gets my attention. I can't help but feel the wave of energy she is emanating to get across her intents. When I stare back, I have the sensation of swi [...]

    4. Being an ex-marine, I knew who wrote this book had to be a marine by the way of the verbage.Strange word, but I love this book. I forgot, the most important thing. "Semper Fi" Sir.

    5. I fell in love with Magic.I was reminded of my childhood attachment to Old Yeller when Magic was trying to save Quinn from the Iraqi after the Humvee accident. I felt my heart-strings tug for our dog-hero, Magic, who will risk his own life to save ours just like I felt for Old Yeller and Lassie.From the first paragraph, I was intrigued and pulled into the read, though it wasn't obvious this was a dog's point of view. I thought Magic was just a dog until he reveals, "I read we have 100,000 times [...]

    6. Fun dog mystery.I love golden retrievers. We have owned two of them. But none were as smart as Magic. This is a fun smart dog book. I will read more in this series.

    7. I was disapointed with this book. I nearly gave up reading about a third into the book. Luckily it got better. But sadly only for a two star review I really liked the characters, but it irritated me that Magic didn't trust the man who loved him, and who Magic risked his life for numerus times, enough to tell him the truth about what he was and where he came from.

    8. Good read. I love it when the author writes from the dogs point of view.This book can be read by both young and old. Very interesting way of writing from the dogs view. I really enjoyed it.

    9. A thinking, typing Golden Retriever? Of course I thought this would be a dud but it turns out, Magic aside, this was a complicated and well done mystery. There was lots of action and intrigue. The characters lacked depth and charisma but nevertheless it was a quick, entertaining read.

    10. I really liked this book. It was an interesting book about a genetically engineered dog with human capabilities and his love for his master and hate for criminals. It held my interest and I moved through the book quickly. I recommend it, especially if you like dogs.

    11. FinallySomeone who realizes dog's are better heros than people. Fun and exciting read. As a matter of fact I think my dog is one of the experiments like Magic. Enjoy

    12. Very entertaining read.Keeps you guessing, Janice easy read. Love. Reading about golden retrievers. As I have a very soft spot for them

    13. Good readingNot the best I've read but a page turner anyway. I love dog stories. I'll probably read book two. It depends on the price.

    14. Loved the kookiness of this book and the concept of the dog with super powers. I want to read the next book in the series.

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *