The lost literary origin story of #1 bestseller Lev Grossman - including a new foreword about how and why he wrote his first novel: "It is the intense, concentrated, boiled-down essence of the unhappiest years of my life."
Twenty-something Hollis Kessler languishes in a hopelessly magician-less world (with the exception of a fleet-footed nymph named Xanthe) not too far from where he graduated college. His friends do, too. They sleep late, read too much, drink too much, talk too much, and work and earn and do way too little. But Hollis does have an obsession: there's another world going on in his head, a world of excitement and danger and starships and romance, and it's telling him that it's time to stop dreaming and get serious.
This re-publication of Lev Grossman's debut novel, Warp, shows the roots of his Magicians hero Quentin Coldwater in a book that is for anyone (and everyone) who has ever felt adrift in their own life.
With a Preface read by the Author
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|Narrator||Lev Grossman & Kirby Heyborne|
|Length||5 hours 24 minutes|
|Publisher||Penguin Random House Audio Publishing Group|
|Publication Date||September 20, 2016|
|Libro.fm Rank||#69,707 Overall|
|Genre Rank||#23,882 in Fiction & Literature|