The Magicians - Book IV Summary & Analysis

Lev Grossman
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The Retreat – When Quentin wakes up, he is tended to by a centauress. She tells him he has been asleep for six months and two days. Quentin is beside himself with sadness that Alice has given her life for him. Quentin learns that a group of humans dropped him off at the place in which he is now recovering – a monastery-like place – and that they haven’t been seen in months.

Quentin slowly recovers, though his grief for Alice grows. A note from Eliot has been left behind for Quentin, saying that they will meet again, and that he is sorry for the way everything worked out. Also left for Quentin is the sixth novel, “The Magicians” of Fillory he has not seen in years. The novel picks up where the fifth, “The Wandering Dunes”, left off, with the quarrel over the magic...

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