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Lev Grossman’s #1 bestselling Magicians trilogy has transformed fantasy and is now a hit TV series on SyFy in its critically acclaimed second season. George R.R. Martin writes: “The Magicians is to Harry Potter as a shot of Irish whiskey is to a glass of weak tea.” Quentin Coldwater is a brilliant but miserable high school math genius who is admitted to an elite, secret school for magic. His newfound powers lead him down a rabbit hole of hedonism and disillusionment, and ultimately to the dark secret behind a beloved children’s story. Entertainment Weekly calls the show an “American pop-aware enterprise with an abundance of salty cynicism and sex magic, plus a sinister force of antagonism.”

Grossman will close out the Fall for the Book festival with this free reading in Harris Theater, on George Mason's Fairfax Campus. No tickets are required.

For the full festival schedule, visit www.fallforthebook.org. Come to Fall for the Book's big Community Day early, and see lots of panels on fantasy, YA, graphic novels and more. Free Parking.