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Lev Grossman


USA flag (b.1969)

Lev Grossman is an American novelist and journalist, notably the author of the novels Warp, Codex, and The Magicians. He is a senior writer and book critic for TIME and is co-author of the TIME.com blog TechLand.

Genres: Literary Fiction, General Fiction
 
Novels
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Awards
John W. Campbell Best Book winner (2011) : The Magicians


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The Windup Girl (2009)
Paolo Bacigalupi
"It's ridiculous how good this book is... Bacigalupi's vision is almost as rich and shocking as William Gibson's vision was in 1984... I hope he writes 10 sequels."
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The Heroes (2011)
(First Law World, book 2)
Joe Abercrombie
"Imagine The Lord of the Rings as directed by Kurosawa."
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The Circle (2012)
(Engelsfors Trilogy, book 1)
Sara B Elfgren and Mats Strandberg
"A stunning novel...very thrilling and very, very wicked. The Circle is Twilight by The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo."
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A Guile of Dragons (2012)
(Tournament of Shadows, book 1)
James Enge
"I could read him forever and never get bored."
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Vita Nostra (2012)
Sergey and Marina Dyachenko
"It's a book that has the potential to become a modern classic of its genre."
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The Retribution of Mara Dyer (2013)
(Mara Dyer, book 3)
Michelle Hodkin
"Deep, dark, passionate, and funny."
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The Night Ocean (2017)
Paul La Farge
"Magnificent. The Night Ocean is an impossible, irresistible novel, a love letter to the unloveable that speaks the unspeakable."
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Soleri (2017)
Michael Johnston
"Utterly Epic."
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An Absolutely Remarkable Thing (2018)
Hank Green
"You're about to meet somebody named April May who you're immediately going to want to be best friends with. And bonus, she spends all her time having incredible adventures with giant robots and dream puzzles and accidental Internet fame. An Absolutely Remarkable Thing is pure book-joy."
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Vita Nostra (2018)
Maryna Dyachenko and Sergiy Dyachenko
"[Vita Nostra]it's a book that has the potential to become a modern classic of its genre."

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