Today I kick of the Between Starfalls Blog Tour with my first of two additions. You can find the full blog tour schedule here. I will also be hosting a guest post by the author on Wednesday. For this review I decided to share various reasons to pick up this book for you. Thank you… Continue reading Three Reasons to Pick Up Between Starfalls | Blog Tour
When reading about con-artist becomes fun.
The Wysman is the sequel to the Windreader but can also be read as a standalone.
Thank you to Tor Books and Netgalley for the review copy in exchange for an honest review. This does not change my opinion in anyway. Book: The Angel of the Crows by Katherine Addison Release Date: June 23rd 2020 Tags: Fantasy | Adult | Standalone | Angels | Hellhounds | Vampires | Historical | London… Continue reading The Angel of the crows | Book Review
While the start of this book and the synopsis might indicate a book that focuses on bandit fantasy, the title is more true to the essence of the book.
Thank you to Tor and Netgalley for the review copy in exchange for an honest review. This does not change my opinion in anyway! Book: Drowned Country (Greenhollow Duology 2) by Emily Tesh Release Date: June 16th 2020 Tags: Fantasy / Novella / Man in the Wood / Magic / Faeries / Family / LGBTQ+… Continue reading Drowned Country | #WyrdandWonder | Book Review
Continuing on from my adult edition today I am jumping in with 4 Young Adults and 1 Middle Grade to do 5 star books in five words. It is fun to see how others think of certain books. For Top Ten Tuesday the topic today is first lines in books. But I did that twice… Continue reading 5 Star Books in Five Words | MG & YA | #WyrdandWonder | #TopTenTuesday 239
Time to get to know this fantasy reader…
One of the things that I always wanted to hold to with kids is that I didn’t want to jump on board the whole blue is boy and pink is girl focus that there was for baby’s already. Let alone the pressure that is on them for the rest of their lives in that regard.… Continue reading The Norm of Gender Constructs in Fantasy | Which Sounds a Lot Fancier Than It Is | #WyrdandWonder
Regardless The Ten Thousand Doors of January is a very solid fantasy book with a black mc.