Somewhere in England, in a small town called Strange Ground by the Skea, Ebbie Wren is the last librarian and he's about to lose his job. Estranged from his parents, unable to make connections with anyone except the old homeless lady who lives near the library, Ebbie isn't quite sure what he's supposed to do next. His only escape from reality is his deep interest in local folklore, but reality is far stranger than Ebbie can dream. On the other side of the sky and the sea, the Queen of House Wood Bee has been murdered. Her sister has made the first move in a long game, one which will lead her to greatness, yet risk destruction for the entire Realm.
Day 17 of the Wyrd & Wonder prompt challenge is 'Can't Wait to Read' - books on your TBR or up and coming series. Given this, I thought I'd talk about some of the books that are coming out this year between June and December that I cannot wait to get my hands on! There may be some that I've mentioned a few times on the blog, but I haven't included any ARCs I've already read, even if their release date is June, and for those you can look back through my reviews! So, here are 21 fantasy books that I am really looking forward to for the rest of 2021:
IMAGE CREDIT: pegasus by Svetlana Alyuk on 123RF.com It's the 1st of May, which means Wyrd & Wonder has begun! It's an annual challenge in which participants spend the month focusing on all things fantasy with discussion posts, reviews, instagram photos, etc. If you want to know more, or want to sign up, all the information is over on… Continue reading Wyrd & Wonder: Ambitious Plans
Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted at That Artsy Reader Girl. Each week there is a new topic, and you compile ten books that fit the theme. You can find more information here. The topic this week is 'Funny Book Titles', which was actually quite hard. But I managed in the end, with a little… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday – Funny Book Titles
Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted at That Artsy Reader Girl. Each week there is a new topic, and you compile ten books that fit the theme. You can find more information here. I thought I'd jump on the bandwagon, as a few of the other book bloggers I follow do this regularly,… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday – My Spring TBR