Warp by Lev Grossman
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While his friends lives are on hold, another reality is running constantly in Hollis's head, one that leads him to believe that maybe, just maybe, it's time to get serious. Unlike other self-indulgent, whiny narratives of post-graduation angst, Warp is a lucid and immediate novel of what and where a twenty-something's mind is when it isn't even made up yet.

About Lev Grossman

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Lev Grossman was born on June 26, 1969. He received a degree in literature from Harvard University in 1991. He spent three years in the Ph.D. program in comparative literature at Yale University, but left before completing his dissertation. In 2002, he became a book reviewer and one of the lead technology writers for Time magazine. He has written for Salon, The Village Voice, The Wall Street Journal, Wired, Entertainment Weekly, The Believer, Lingua Franca, and the New York Times. His first novel, Warp, was published in 1997. His other novels include Codex, The Magicians, which won a 2010 Alex Award, and The Magician King.
Published November 1, 1997 by St. Martin's Griffin. 183 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Then, during the day, he meets an old girlfriend, Eileen, who is actually working, and suggests that Hollis soon will be, too.

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Cashing in his last stocks, hiding from his landlord, mourning a failed romance and up for anything but a real job (""these hands were never meant for toil""), Hollis helps break into the house of friends of friends for a weekend of luxury and ""screen time"" with their cable TV.

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