The Magician's Land Characters

Lev Grossman
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Quentin Coldwater

Quentin Coldwater is the main character and principal protagonist of the novel “The Magician’s Land” by Lev Grossman. Quentin, who turns 30 in this novel, has come a long way since the first novel of the trilogy. Quentin is a confident, capable, and determined magician, though he deeply misses Alice, his former girlfriend. He is, however, emotionally empty, being without love in his life. Previously a king of Fillory who saved that magical land, Quentin was dethroned and banished from Fillory. As a result, Quentin is desperate to remain in the magical world.

Quentin goes on to take on work as a professor at Brakebills magical college in upstate New York, teaching Mending Magic. Quentin is happy with his new life as a professor, for it keeps him in the magical world, and allows him to focus on magic. However, when Plum’s prank goes wrong, and...

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