The Magician King. Lev Grossman
Publish date: August 1st 2012
Edition language: English
Series: The Magicians (#2)
I found the first book in this series to be a little lackluster, but I'm glad I continued on to the second book, anyway.Whereas "The Magicians" seemed to spend a lot of time flailing and worldbuilding and finding its way, in this book the world is richly established from the beginning. Although simi...
Wenn ich einen Blick auf die Liste der Menschen werfe, die Lev Grossmann interviewte, bleibt mir die Luft weg. Beispiele? Steve Jobs, Salman Rushdie, J.K. Rowling und – haltet euch fest – Johnny Cash. Ich bin sowas von neidisch. Es scheint zu stimmen, dass ein Harvard-Abschluss alle Türen öffnet. Ic...
TW this book has a very graphic sexual assault. This book takes place a few years after The Magicians. While off on an adventure to outer Fillory, Quentin and Julia end up back in the suburbs of Massachusetts. Throughout the book we dig into how Julia ended up with the Brakebills crew and just wha...
Although it wasn't a perfect book, this is a worthy follow-up to The Magicians. There is advancement in Quentin's story, and he's actually growing up and being less of a putz. I did like Quentin more in this book, but he'll never be a favorite hero of mine. Actually, none of the lead characters are ...
Julia! Magic! I need the next book!
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