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Tag Archives: Lev Grossman
Here are the winners of last week’s giveaways! The winner of the Jaime Lee Moyer giveaway, who will get copies of Delia’s Shadow and A Barricade in Hell, is: Jessica R. of Ottawa, ON And the winner of the Lev … Continue reading
Lev Grossman’s book trailer contest for his forthcoming novel The Magician’s Land is ending in a few days. In case you hadn’t heard of it: anyone can submit a video of themselves reading a line from the novel and have … Continue reading
Tor.com asked me to write a review of the short story “The Girl in the Mirror” by Lev Grossman, which will appear in the new anthology Dangerous Women, edited by George R.R. Martin and Gardner Dozois. Because this anthology is … Continue reading
Since “Lev Grossman third book” seems to be the most frequent search term leading people to this site (something I’m probably not helping at all by using that phrase to start off this interview), I think it’s only fair to post a brief … Continue reading
I absolutely loved Lev Grossman’s novels The Magicians and The Magician King. I’ve written an article and a couple of reviews about them (here, here and here), and at a certain point I started to worry that maybe I was … Continue reading
The Magicians by Lev Grossman came as a huge surprise for me, because at the time I expected something like the “Harry Potter for college students” hype the book received, and instead found a novel that was somehow both funny … Continue reading