Hello and welcome to the first of my reviews for Wyrd and Wonder! We are starting with a little magic, a lot of monsters, and a healthy dollop of refreshing change…
Well hello there, September, you lovely thing. I’m ready for you. Bring me turning leaves and my favourite weather and cinnamon-flavoured things. While I wait for those, here’s what August brought with it.
In the finale of A Conjuring of Light, parting is such sweet sorrow. This review covers Part 12 through to the end of the book, and will contain spoilers.
(That’s a lie. Nothing is fine. Least of all, my feelings.) This review covers Parts 10 through 12, and will contain major spoilers.
In this review for A Conjuring of Light (as the title might suggest), I HAVE SO MANY HOLLAND RELATED FEELINGS. Let me tell you about them. This review will cover Parts 4 to 9, after I missed last week’s review window (apologies!) and will contain spoilers.
In the first part of A Conjuring of Light, THERE IS NO TIME TO WASTE. (Spoilers below for Parts 1-3.)
In the final part of A Gathering of Shadows, we get a faceful of cliffhanger, in masterful style. God damn it.
In Parts 7 and 8 of A Gathering of Shadows, the Element Games finally(!) get underway, and there’s a surprise development or two in store, both on and off the stage…
So I’m playing a bit of catch-up with my reviews for this book, having missed last week thanks to a worrying slump in my motivation for… well, everything. But things are a little better now, so I’m making the most of it. And so here we are. Let’s do this!
In the first part of A Gathering of Shadows, Lila seems to be doing well for herself as a privateer – but the same cannot be said for the brothers Maresh. Oh, and it’s probably going to get worse before it gets better. And how… This review covers Parts 1 and 2 of the book, […]