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Nal utopia was actually real But even as a Fillorian king uentin finds little peace His old restlessness returns and he longs for the thrills a heroic uest can bringAccompanied by his oldest friend The Magician MOBI #224 Julia uentin sets off only to somehow wind up back in. She d always liked uentin basically He was sarcastic and spookily smart and on some level basically a kind person who just need a

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The Magician King

Return to Fillory in the riveting seuel to the New York Times bestseller and literary phenomenon The Magiciansuentin Coldwater should be happy He escaped a miserable Brooklyn childhood matriculated at a secret college for magic and graduated to discover that Fillory a fictio. The Continuing Adventures of a Smug Magical Asshole as written by An Asshole and now featuring The New Adventures of a Completely Self

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The real world and not in Fillory as they'd hoped As the pair struggle to find their way back to their lost kingdom uentin is forced to rely on Julia's illicitly learned sorcery as they face a sinister threat in a world very far from the beloved fantasy novels of their youth. This series can be really frustrating because it takes everything you expect and think you know and goes nah I enjoyed this book so muc


10 thoughts on “The Magician King

  1. says:

    If uentin Coldwater stumbled on a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow he’d constantly complain about how heavy it was and how the coins didn’t fit in any vending machines and why couldn't they have just put the money into a nice c

  2. says:

    The Continuing Adventures of a Smug Magical Asshole as written by An Asshole and now featuring The New Adventures of a Completely Self Absorbed Bitchi suppose i understand the acclaim that has been heaped on Grossman he is playing with tropes as his characters play with magic he has a puckish sensibility that makes reading his series a tart and spiky experience his tone is breezily casual and entirely unsentimental and since Snark

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    First if you didn't like the first one? PassYou're not going to suddenly fall in love with these characters or this style of depressed storytelling But for those of you who loved The Magicians or maybe even those of you who

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    uentin and friends are the kings and ueens of Fillory and everything is marvelous Or it is until it becomes apparent that something is wrong King uentin takes it upon himself to fix things With Julia in tow he sails to the ends of Fillory to fix the world Can he succeed in the uest of a lifetime and save Fillory?If The Magicians was Lev Gross

  5. says:

    A book has never made me so angry before I am absolutely bewildered that 93% of people like this book No offense but I think you all deserve a fucking double slap across the face This was hands down the worst book I've ever read Where is the zero star possibility Goodreads? Because for this shitty fucking book we

  6. says:

    ”She’d always liked uentin basically He was sarcastic and spookily smart and on some level basically a kind person who just need a ton of therapy and maybe some mood altering drugs Something to selectively inhibit the voracious reuptake of serotonin that was obviously going on inside his skull 24 7 She felt bad about the fact

  7. says:

    he thought he'd learned a lesson about the world and now he was realizing that the lesson he learned might've been

  8. says:

    Let me begin this review by saying that I really enjoyed Lev Grossman's The Magicians I didn't think it was perfect by any means I wasn't keen on uentin and the saga of his relationship with Alice and how he behaved about it really

  9. says:

    This series can be really frustrating because it takes everything you expect and think you know and goes nah I enjoyed thi

  10. says:

    I am so annoyed by this book and not for the reasons I thought I'd be The two things that irritated me about the first book weren't as bad here specifically uentin was less whiny I couldn't stand him in the first book; he was bearable here and