What if you were told you have a power you know nothing about? What if you were told you have to use it to save the universe from a vindictive humanoid? What if no one will tell you how you are supposed to do this?
Recent college graduate Scott Madison has been working with Jake Kesten, a Ph.D. in math, against computer hackers for the past two years when Arion, with pointed ears and wearing a wizard’s robe, shows up at his apartment. Scott finds himself being sent on a mysterious mission to retrieve an object of world-destroying power from someone who plans to use it for revenge against entire races and worlds. Accompanied by a mismatched group from other worlds, Scott has ten days to accomplish the mission.
Finally confronting their target, Scott realizes that his life, the lives of his companions, and the life of the spoiled princess popped into their midst along the way, all depend on him figuring out this mysterious power of his, which is definitely More Than Magick.