Reviews by bradyemmett
Satisfying Conclusion to a great trilogy
If you've gotten this far, you've already read Lev Grossman's other Magicians books. And if you haven't, why are you reading reviews for the third book in a trilogy?

Just know that the last chapter of the book just makes the whole series sing. Not that it didn't sing without the last chapter, because it did. But that last chapter just pulled it all together, puts the bow on the top, and sends you on your way.
This was a fascinating look at a future where the gods of the Hindu pantheon are basically uplifted humans who have control of special technologies granting them powers. One god, call him Sam, falls out of favor and defects to side with normal humankind. Hijinks ensue
Inside the Eye opening world of Olive Oil
You will never ever look at a bottle of olive oil again, and you may find yourself stuck in the oil aisle at the grocery store, trying to find just the right blend or variety of oil. You have been warned.
John Schwartz tell a heart breaking story of the suicide attempt of his gay son, and his family's reaction and path to helping him love himself. Highly recommended for families of LGBT teens and young adults.
Strange but interesting
This novel is a very strange take on a near-future state, and it doesn't waste any time explaining why or how it came to be that way. Just get along for the ride.