Hi. I wrote The Magicians and The Magician King, which were both New York Times bestsellers. I also write about books and technology for Time magazine.
I live in Brooklyn. So do my wife and two daughters. And about 2.5 million other people, but I don't know them. Full bio is here.
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I bought it from Costco a few days ago. I’m embarrassed to admit that I hadn’t heard of it, but the cover intrigued me. I found your blog by Googling you. I’m really enjoying this book. It’s exactly what I needed. Thank you.
Thank you! And actually I’m pretty pleased to hear you can get it at Costco.
I bought two, one for me and one for a friend (and relate the whole story in my enthusiastic review at Necromancy Never Pays).
This book was awesome. It was just what I’ve been wanting and needing for a while. I just didn’t know it. Great writing… and a fantastic premise. I finished The Magicians last night at three in the morning. My wife and I randomly accompanied my brother on a Costco adventure the day before and it was the only thing I found that I had to place in his shopping cart. The tree on the cover with the word Magicians just drew me in like the freaky opening credits to Six Feet Under. It was a delightful find in Costco’s fluorescent lighting and now that I’ve finished it, I love that I found it in that massive warehouse. I’m sure that there are aisles that can transport you to other worlds there. This was definitely the closest I have come to finding one!
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