This is the 4th episode in the third season of Bookburners, a 13-episode serial from Serial Box Publishing. This episode written by Brian Francis Slattery.
Magic is real…and hungry.
The new, secret Team Four—Asanti, Perry, and Frances—plans a small experiment with magic in order to test their control. But the magical servants they summon keep going…and going…and interpret Asanti’s orders in a much more extreme way than intended. The Orb summons Team Three, and while Menchú and the others are able to contain the damage, they’re left wondering just who started this outbreak—and who the servants were working for.
Things have changed for the Vatican’s magic-fighting Team Three: their forces are depleted, and internal rifts are coming close to tearing this close-knit group apart. But some things never change. Magic still threatens to overwhelm our world, and when a startling appearance from Menchú’s past reveals new dimensions to this danger, the team will have to reassess their loyalties—to their jobs, their beliefs, and even to each other.
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