'Dark, dangerous and full of twists' George R. R. Martin, author of Game of Thrones
'Lev Grossman has conjured a rare creature: a trilogy that simply gets better and better as it goes along . . . Literary perfection.' Erin Morgenstern, author of The Night Circus
Quentin Coldwater has lost everything. He has been cast out of the secret magical land of Fillory and now, friendless and broke, he returns to where his story began: Brakebills Preparatory College of Magic. But Quentin's past soon catches up with him . . .
Meanwhile, Fillory's magical barriers are failing, and barbarians from the north have invaded. To save their beloved world from extinction, Eliot and Janet, High King and Queen of Fillory, must embark on a final, dangerous quest.
Quentin's adventure takes him from Antarctica to the enchanted Neitherlands, where he finds old friends. But all roads lead back to Fillory, where Quentin must put things right, or die trying.
'Richly imagined and continually surprising . . . The strongest book in Grossman's series.' New York Times Book Review
'A triumphant climax to the best fantasy trilogy of the decade.' Charles Stross, author of Accelerando
"The final part of the outstanding Magicians trilogy ... Lev Grossman manipulates fantasy genres with skill ... The Magician's Land glitters with wit, but the warp and weft of the story is shot through with emotional rawness and a sense of peril." Daily Mail
Lev Grossman is a novelist and
Time magazine's book critic. A graduate of Harvard and Yale, he has written articles for the
New York Times,
Time Out New York and the
Village Voice. In 2005 his debut novel
Codex was published to great critical acclaim. He is also the author of
The Magician King and
The Magician's Land. He lives in Brooklyn, New York.