CUSFS' Top Institutional Magic ¤ by The Librarian

Magic as establishment; magic as government; magic in schools and law enforcement and the office.

  • Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone ¤ J. K. Rowling, 1997
    Book 1 of the Harry Potter series

    In Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, Harry, an orphan, lives with the Dursleys, his horrible aunt and uncle, and their abominable son, Dudley. One day just before his eleventh birthday, an owl tries to deliver a mysterious letter—the first of a sequence of events that end in Harry meeting a giant man named Hagrid. Hagrid explains Harr ... [more]

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  • The Fuller Memorandum ¤ Charles Stross, 2010

    Bob Howard is an IT specialist and field agent for the Laundry, the branch of Her Majesty’s secret service that deals with occult threats. Overworked and underpaid, Bob is used to his two jobs overflowing from a strict nine to five and, since his wife Mo has a very similar job description, he understands that work will sometimes follow her ... [more]

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  • Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell ¤ Susanna Clarke, 2004

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  • The Magicians' Guild ¤ Trudi Canavan,

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    The Magicians' Guild