'Mr. Sebastian': American Myth, With a Surreal Whiff Fresh Air's book critic reviews Mr. Sebastian and the Negro Magician, the latest from Big Fish author Daniel Wallace. It's about an inept illusionist who has struck a deal with the devil, and it's told by a rotating cast of narrators including a detective and an assortment of circus performers.
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'Mr. Sebastian': American Myth, With a Surreal Whiff

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Fresh Air's book critic reviews Mr. Sebastian and the Negro Magician, the latest from Big Fish author Daniel Wallace. It's about an inept illusionist who has struck a deal with the devil, and it's told by a rotating cast of narrators including a detective and an assortment of circus performers.