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“After graduation he and his friends make a stunning discovery: Fillory is real.”
“In Grossman's novel, the hero is obsessed with a series of books about a magical land called Fillory, which is much like Narnia.”
“Shes also a troublemaker and a bit of a coward but it is Janetand not Alicewho will return to be a queen in Fillory.”
“But his cacodemon is puny and he himself absolutely crumples once in Fillory.”
“If anything, the book is more a reaction of Lev's love for the Chronicles of Narnia, as Quentin is constantly reminded of a five-book series called Fillory and Further, about a family of English children who find themselves visiting a magical other world over and over.”
“When the main character in that book, Quentin, was recruited by his fellow magicians to resume his duties as a king of the fictional realm of Fillory, the story seemed ripe for a new adventure.”
“He was also reacquainted with his friends Eliot and Janet, and with his old friend and crush, Julia, who was returning with them to Fillory.”
“The seventeen-year-old high school senior also has an obsession with magic and a series of childrens books set in a fantasy land called Fillory that will soon transport him into a hidden world that at once vindicates and challenges his wildest dreams.”
“Just as Quentin commits his worst act of betrayal, Penny appears with astonishing news: hes been to Fillory and can take them all.”
“A senior in high school, hes still secretly preoccupied with a series of fantasy novels he read as a child, set in a magical land called Fillory.”
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