The Cypher

The Cypher

The Cypher GUARDIANS INC THE CYPHER is two stories in one A glimpse into a multinational company that is in reality the oldest of secret societies one that spans close to seven thousand years of existence weav

  • Title: The Cypher
  • Author: Julian Rosado-Machain
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  • Page: 293
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  • GUARDIANS INC THE CYPHER is two stories in one A glimpse into a multinational company that is in reality the oldest of secret societies, one that spans close to seven thousand years of existence, weaving in and out of history, guiding and protecting humanity from creatures and forces that most of us believe are only mythology and fairy tales.The other is the story of ThGUARDIANS INC THE CYPHER is two stories in one A glimpse into a multinational company that is in reality the oldest of secret societies, one that spans close to seven thousand years of existence, weaving in and out of history, guiding and protecting humanity from creatures and forces that most of us believe are only mythology and fairy tales.The other is the story of Thomas Byrne, a young man thrust into secrets he shouldn t be aware of and dangers he shouldn t face, but that he ultimately will, for he is a Cypher The only one who can steer humanity s future.The ultimate conspiracy theory is that Magic is real Kept in check by technology, but every five hundred years the balance can shift and, if it does, technology will fail and those creatures we ve driven into myth will come back with a vengeance.To protect the present, Guardians Incorporated needs to know the future.

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    Thomas loves his grandfather a lot and, now that his parents have died, it's just the two of them. While helping his grandfather look for a job, Thomas comes across an ad that, at first, looks to him like some funny language, but the next time he looks at it, the funny symbols are gone. That ad leads them to the Guardians, Inc mansion for an interview to be the assistant librarian. By the end of the day, both he and his grandpa have jobs there and that's only the beginning of the adventure. I l [...]

    Surprise: New Author with a GREAT book! Highly RecommendedAttention readers! If you love Artemis Fowl or Fever Crumb, you definitely want to read this book. I’ve been a fan of books for younger readers nearly all my life. My father, a librarian, got me started on Newberry Award books at an early age. This led to my branching out to other authors who write for the same age group. Today, some of the best new literature being published is in this category. I’m pleased to say that Guardians Inc. [...]

    The Cypher is a mediocre mash-up of science fiction and fantasy; I didn't hate it, but frankly, I was rather bored throughout most of it and doubt I'll be reading more in the series. Some aspects were interesting--the magic vs. technology angle, the fate of Thomas (the main character)'s Grandpa, the allusions to Lovecraft--but ultimately, it left me unsatisfied. Little happened, really, and the book came across as more of a beginning than a complete plot, though it improved around 80%.It also de [...]

    Guardians Inc.: The Cypher (GuardiansThis book is one of the few I have come across lately that got me excited to read more. The story is fresh and not overdone in the YA genre. The characters, Thomas in specific is well developed and the conundrum between good vs. evil, truth vs. appearance etc was a nice twist and a delightful alternative to the love triangle that so permeates this genre.The plot line, fresh yet comfortable had the reader, in this case me, turning the pages as quick as I possi [...]

    Book Info: Genre: Urban FantasyReading Level: Young AdultRecommended for: Those who enjoy YA urban fantasy, an intricate storyline, great storytellingTrigger Warnings: noneDisclosure: I won a copy of this e-book through the LibraryThing member giveaways. A honest review was requested. Later, not realizing I already had it, I also purchased it for myself through . All opinions are my own.Synopsis: Guardians, Inc: The Cypher is two stories in one. A glimpse into a multinational company that is in [...]

    I picked this novel up for free on . On the good side, the book has some interesting ideas, including a somewhat different take on elemental beings.Unfortunately, the book's many bad qualities overbalance its good ones. One, it badly needs more copy editing. I understand that English is not the author's first language, but that doesn't mean the poor word usage isn't there.Two, I often had trouble following just what is being described or is supposed to be happening. For instance, it was never cl [...]

    This book contains a unique blend of science fiction and fantasy for tweens and teens. While some aspects of the setting may seem anachronistic or improbable - the explanation that these features are due to quantum physics is only thinly developed - , the reader who sets aside their disbelief will find an engaging story with complex characters, not to mention some possible discussion topics for book groups or classrooms. The only downside was the ending, or lack thereof.This reviewer prefers tha [...]

    brilliant- unique book- so very well written- a true original-very highly recommended. Character,plot and locations so finely drawn!A JAMES MASON COMMUNITY BOOK CLUB MUST READRick FriedmanFounderTHE JAMES MASON COMMUNITY BOOK CLUB

    It has been a while since I've read a young adult novel, and I spent an enjoyable afternoon out on the porch reading this one. I was immediately intrigued by the basic premise of the world inside the book: Magic is held back by technology and the efforts of a secret organization. Every 500 years, there is chance to upset that balance. Through a series of events, the main character, Thomas, discovers that he has special powers and that he must become a part of the secret organization and help sav [...]

    An original story with a unique blend of science fiction and fantasy. The main character, 15 year old Thomas, is likable and has an attitude on life that I wish every teenager had. His relationship with his grandfather is a perfect example of family unity and love. Thomas and his grandfather are suddenly thrown into another world filled with the creatures of our imagination. The interesting twist of how technology and magic relate to each other is interesting and fresh. Looking forward to the ne [...]

    This is a neat little book. Thomas is fifteen when he discovers an ad for an assistant librarian position with an odd company, and gets an interview for his grandfather. From there, things take off in a magical tailspin, with the company existing just between magical and non-magical. I liked it quite a bit. It's an easy and quick read but it's pretty entertaining and I recommend it for fans of magical realism.

    The Cypher This book was very imaginative about ancient writing. I really enjoy this book.What I like about this book that Thomas can die easily. I thought from the start that Thomas would be invincible .I also like this because the names remind me of a game I play.This is the best book I've read from so far.

    The Cypher is a half mythological or magical, half modern time book. A boy named Thomas and his grandfather are in a race to find the book of Concord. They are both on different sides. I liked the magical part.

    Great book! Loved it from the start. I am not sure who I heard about this book from and I had a few trepidations about it But I was thrilled with how good it was!

    Guardians Inc: The CypherBy Julian Rosado-MachainPublished by TrueBA Interactive ISBN9781450748582This book was supplied to me by the publisher on condition that I present a true and honest review for it.Guardians Inc.: The Cypher - A Book ReviewWhen I came to the end of Guardians Inc.: The Cypher, I felt exactly the same way I felt when I came to the end of the first part of The Gulag Archipelago. I felt a bit stunned, almost poleaxed. Where's the rest of it? I had been turning pages as fast as [...]

    This book was an interesting read for me because I had no idea what to expect. The story centers around Thomas, a 16-year-old boy who discovers that not only does magic exist, but it is only being kept from overtaking the world because a company called Guardians Incorporated has been working to keep Magic and technology in balance. But, Magic has slowly been gaining the upper hand and the Guardians need a special person who can find and read the Book of Concord, a book foretelling the future. Th [...]

    A dash of science fiction, a dash of fantasy…Guardians Inc.: The Cypher was a story that was oh so familiar and oh so original at the same time. It’s like Julian Rosado-Machain took everything that I love about middle grade children’s fiction and slammed it into one awesome, well-paced fantasy. It had a mysterious society, good guys, bad guys, in between guys, gargoyles, elves, principals that are skilled at every form of martial arts (and then some), and a mysterious book of prophecies th [...]

    The Cypher, book one in the Guardians Inc series, is a well-written story for tween and teen readers. The main character, Thomas, is an almost sixteen-year-old boy whose parents mysteriously disappeared several months back. Obviously, things are not calm in his life, but they’re about to get shaken up even more as the book opens. And from there it just gets fun.Julian Rosado-Machain knows how to write a book that appeals to the teenage need to feel or be special. He avoids making Thomas into a [...]

    *Book source ~ NetGalleyWhile job hunting, Thomas Byrne and his grandfather Morgan stumble upon a multinational company called Guardians Inc. It turns out that Thomas is a Cypher and much wanted by both Guardians Inc and the Warmaster. Every 500 years the Oracle comes back to Earth and the balance between magic and technology gets all wonky. Depending on who finds all the Oracle’s clues, the balance could tip either way, to magic or technology. If magic wins, humans lose though so it’s a rac [...]

    This book never let me down, it impressed me. Technology vs. Magic, that's 100% awesome. I really love books with this character who have no idea on what he's capable of and then one day he became the most important man that will save the world. This book was mixed with mythology and science, history and disasters happened that the author gives a new possible cause that will reach the farthest part of your curious mind. Hands down to you Mr. Machain.

    3.5 starsA cute story that has a wonderful premise. I am interested in picking up the rest of the series. I loved the characters and the plot. There were only a few minor details that annoyed me (so minor I can't remember them by the end of the book). Overall it was well written and well planned.

    The book was just okay. There were magical elements, non-magical elements, but it seemed like the storylines just didn't mesh together. There were chapters reminiscent of Harry Potter, some of Kane Chronicles, some of even Fablehaven, but it was choppy. Some brilliant ideas in the book that would have made the story a lot better had the storyline been more focused.

    Thomas is just a regular boy living with his grandfather until an unusual newspaper advert changed both their lives forever. Full of action, suspense and a touch of romance. I loved this book and will definitely be reading the next one!

    I have gone on the web site and I think I would most likely, or would love to play the fierce Tasha!I would love to read this book. Puzzles, cyphers, and thrilling story lines really make you stay awake all night just to keep it going.

    Eh. Reads like the intro to the series, not a whole book in and of itself. Some fun ideas and characters, but it's a quick breeze through, not an in depth look at anything.

    Fantastic family read. perfect for the pre-teen and his parents or hers. Heck when my kids were in 4th grade and 5th they would have loved it. -- full review coming 17th at cabingoddess

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