Wyrd & Wonder Adventure Log: Week 1

What a whirlwind few days it’s been! But we have the first load of gathered loot for you, and today I’m rounding up all your reviews! Let’s take a look…



Annemieke at A Dance With Books and Susy at Susy’s Cozy World both reviewed Rebecca Thorne’s Can’t Spell Treason Without Tea. Susy also reviewed Play of Shadows by Sebastien de Castell;

Liis at Queen’s Book Asylum reviewed The Pariah by Anthony Ryan;

Tammy at Books, Bones & Buffy reviewed A Letter To The Luminous Deep by Sylvie Cathrall;

Sia at Every Book A Doorway reviewed Evocation by S.T. Gibson;

Mayri at Bookforager reviewed Black Water Sister by Zen Cho;

Rachael at The Green Tea Librarian reviewed Cassiel’s Servant by Jacqueline Carey;

Ariana at The Book Nook reviewed Dragon Rider by Taran Matharu;

Nic at Dragon Rambles reviewed the Dragon’s Winter duology by Elizabeth A. Lynn;

and Rebecca at Powder and Page reviewed How To Become the Dark Lord and Die Trying by Django Wexler!


Not bad for a handful of days! Normally I would also have a Read Along roundup for you, but since those are still in progress for the first week, we’ll be gathering those discussion posts in the next Adventure Log. If you need a reminder of those, you can find the schedules here (for The Night Circus) and over at A Dance With Books (for The Sunbolt Chronicles) – and feel free to join us!

Speaking of Read Alongs, I’ve got some more scribbling to do. See you next time, dear adventurers…



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