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Review: The Magician’s Land (The Magicians #3), by Lev Grossman

The first time I read this book, I felt a little bit disappointed with it. I think it’s because it’s something of a disjointed experience; at times, not a lot happens, and at times the things that happen don’t really … Continue reading

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Review: The Magician King (The Magicians #2), by Lev Grossman

Quentin and his friends have settled into their roles as the kings and queens of Fillory, into lives of indolent purposelessness — it turns out Fillory pretty much runs itself — and the gaping hole of grief left behind by … Continue reading

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Review: The Magicians (The Magicians #1), by Lev Grossman

This was my second read of The Magicians, and I approached it with a little trepidation, wondering if I would hold it in the same esteem I did on my first read several years ago. If anything, it has risen … Continue reading

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