Book 4 of the Apprentice Adept series. Again, it's been over a decade since I read it, but I have to admit in retrospect it's one of the better series I read from this author.
Very good about the parallel worlds. This is the fourth book in the Adept series!
Anyone who enjoys SciFi needs to give Piers Anthony a try. He writes for all levels of readers. This book is one of a series that deals with modern science and magic. His heroes are usually a bit flawed which makes them lovable and more real. The magic is usually something you find yourself wishing for. In his Xanth series there are unbelievable puns and plays on words. He even credits his readers for their input on the ones he used.! Great fun to read.
Book Four of the Aprentice Adept Series
Mach is a self-willed robot from the technological world of Proton. Bane is an apprentice wizard from magical Phaze. When an accidental mind-switch plunges each into the other's world, they must survive the hazards of the Phaze-Proton power struggle, as well as the hazards of love! Book Four of the Apprentice Adept series.
Welcome to the astonishing parallel worlds of Phaze and Proton. Where magic and science maintian an uneasy truce. Where an accidental mind-switch plunges an apprentice wizard from Phaze into the mind-boggling technology of Proton. And where a robot named Mach is, in turn, swept away to a world of bizarre and terrifying wonders: the dazzling world of Phaze.
I know NOTHING about this book. I just found it when cleaning out my son's room after he graduated from college. He passed it on to me, but I didn't read it. He really liked the series, though.
This book has some outer binder pealing and is in fair shape. It is out of print so I am posting it as it is hard to find.