Wyrd & Wonder Adventure Log: Week the Third

It’s time to gather back round by the fire, unwind a little and look back at the past week’s treasure! This week I’ve got a roundup of your reviews and random loot, as well as the Readalong for The Darkest Part of the Forest so far. So let’s get to it…


Across The Green Grass Fields by Seanan McGuire: Jessticulates

The Tethered Mage by Melissa Caruso: Realms of My Mind

Our Lady of Mysterious Ailments by T.L. Huchu: Mug Full of Books

Book of Night by Holly Black: Books, Bones & Buffy | The BiblioSanctum

Moon Witch Spider King by Marlon James: SciFi Mind

The Ladies of the Secret Circus by Constance Sayers: Based on a True Story

Shards by Ian Rogers: Space and Sorcery

Drowned Ammet by Diana Wynne Jones: Calmgrove

European Travel For The Monstrous Gentlewoman by Theodora Goss: Mervi’s Book Reviews

Trans Witch by E. Chris Garrison: Jorie Loves A Story

[Mini review roundup] A Spindle Splintered by Alix E. Harrow, The Future God of Love by Dilman Dila, & A Manslaughter of Crows by Chris Willmot: There’s Always Room For One More

[Series review] Dominion of the Fallen by Aliette de Bodard: A Dance With Books

When Women Were Dragons by Kelly Barnhill: Based on a True Story

Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno-Garcia: Space and Sorcery

The Marked Son Duology by Shelly Campbell: Mug Full of Books

The Girl Who Outgrew the World by Zoje Stage: Books, Bones & Buffy

The Physicians of Vilnoc by Lois McMaster Bujold: Mervi’s Book Reviews

Random Loot

#MusicMonday saw Peat Long featuring the Rohan Themes by Howard Shore (love that LOTR soundtrack!) while Lauren at Always Me featured a couple of her favourites from Adrian von Ziegler, and in Fun For Monday, Mayri at The Bookforager gave us The Book Courtship Tag;

A Literary Escape featured a post on Fantasy Landscapes before delving into the Dark Side of Fantasy, and Natalie at Too Short To Read gave us a Quickfire Fantasy Tag;

Ariana at Book Nook Reviews went outlandish for a post on Eurovision Outfits as Fantasy Book Covers, and Zezee With Books logged a Wyrd & Wonder Edition of her Book Haul.



Links will continue to be added as they go live.

Week 1A Dance With Books (Annemieke’s posts covers both Readalongs) | Book Nook Reviews | The Bookforager | The Green Tea Librarian | Peat Long | Where Stories Lie Pages & Procrastination | Dear Geek Place

Week 2A Dance With Books | Book Nook Reviews | The Bookforager | The Green Tea Librarian | Peat Long | Where Stories Lie | Pages & Procrastination | Dear Geek Place

Week 3A Dance With Books | Book Nook Reviews | The Bookforager | The Green Tea Librarian | Peat Long | Where Stories Lie | Pages & Procrastination | Dear Geek Place


That’s it from me for now, but don’t forget to check in with imyril for her half of the roundup as soon as that goes up!

And last week will see our final round of this year’s event. I’m a little bit sad that it’s ending, but I plan to have some celebratory plans involving our Instagram account! If you’ve ever wanted to visit Glasgow but for some reason have not (THAT’S FINE I GUESS), I can offer something like the next best thing – I will be going on a wee tour of some of my own favourite spots and watering holes in the city, over on our dedicated @wyrdandwonder Instagram account, this coming Friday, May 27th! You might even get some sneaky peeks behind my scenes at home… hey no come back

See you then? See you then!


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