The Magician's Land
PENGUIN GROUP Viking
Pub Date Aug 5 2014
Source: Advanced reading copy received from publisher in exchange for an honest review.
This is the third and last part in the trilogy, and i must say i relay liked it.The writing and the style is good and similar to the previous two books.Lev Grossman made yet again a fantastic, rich and colorful adventure for us to enjoy.I wonder sometimes where do writers like him get such a never-ending imagination.
Quentin Coldwater found out that the land in his favorite fantasy novels was actually real so he traveled (who wouldn't) there and had many quests and adventures with his friends.
It did remind me a bit of the The Chronicles of Narnia serial.
He is a very complicated character - sometimes a bit spoiled,very often a great dreamer, definitely a sensitive soul, and a brave and unexpected hero.
Through all three books we can follow him growing from a childish teenagers ( who got on my nerves more then one time)
to an adult, experienced magician who participated in many battles but still didn't loose his fate in wonders and fantasy.
The Magician's Land wraps up most of the loose ends from previous books and still keeps you on edge and reading through the night.
A nice and fulfilling conclusion to a beautiful trilogy.
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