The Magicians is a Novel by American writer Lev Grossman centered around the genres of contemporary and high fantasy. The novel was published in 2009 under the houses of Viking and Penguin books. After the release of its sequel “The Magician King” and “The Magician’s Land”, the novel became a trilogy. The first novel, Warp was published in 1997.
Grossman’s second novel, Codex followed seven years later in 2004 and became an International best seller. Grossman is most widely known for his novel, The Magicians Epub which receive major critical acclaim and became a New York Times bestseller.
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The Magicians Epub Plot And Review:
The Magicians Epub is a strange and scintillating story of a boy named Quentin Coldwater, who is a high school senior. He is secretly obsessed with the tales of a magical land, Fillory, he read during his childhood. Upon finishing high school, he, along with other 19 students, is admitted to a very secretive college of magic in New York. There, he goes through the tedious and thorough process of learning the art of modern sorcery. His life seems gray and dull until he discovers that Fillory is real. The novel narrates his dark and dangerous endeavors in Fillory, which he undertakes with his friends.
The Magicians is one of the most enchanting and gripping novels out there. If you loved Harry Potter as a child, The Magicians is a grittier and more realistic dose of the wizarding world for an adult. A unique thing about the novel is that Grossman has created a magical universe without ignoring the human elements of love, sex, frustration and even drugs. It is an exceptionally thoughtful take on the fantasy which takes the reader on a wonderful journey through the dark and twisted alleys of the word of magic.
About Author (Lev Grossman):
Lev Grossman is an American writer, book critic, and journalist. Having graduated from the prestigious Harvard University, he has written for giants like The New York Times, Wired and The Wall Street Journal.
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