WWW Wednesday

I’m almost finished Into Goblyn Wood which I’m really loving! Hazel is such a fantastic character, not knowing what she is, but being the help the fairies need. I love the distinction between the fairies and the fae – a really magical adventure.

I’ve finished the audiobook of Pages & Co: The Book Smugglers. I enjoyed Tilly and Milo’s adventure into Oz and their meetings with The Railway Children and the wonderful Anne of Green Gables. This one had a real edge of peril, and the ending definitely makes me want to pick up the next one – which is waiting on my bookshelf. I read Fairy Hill in one sitting and absolutely loved it. I am a huge fan of the fae in stories and this one didn’t disappoint. I loved that it was set in rural Ireland and had fairy rings and changelings. I loved how close Anna became to her little stepbrother and how protective she was of him. I also read The Dark and Dangerous Gifts of Delores Mackenzie which is a brilliantly dark and gothic adventure due for release in April. I have posted my review.

I have the audiobook of The Arctic Railway Assassin to listen to next, and I’m hoping to read a physical copy of On Wings to the Stars which sounds like a poignant read.

What are you reading? Have you read any of these?

2 thoughts on “WWW Wednesday

  1. I think you’ve mentioned the Pages & Co books before, and I really need to get my hands on them: they sound so fun! Love the cover of Into Goblyn Wood; it’s a little similar to the cover of The Mirrorwood, which I really enjoyed. We will never get tired of books about magical forests!

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    1. The Pages & Co books are wonderful! I hadn’t heard of The Mirrorwood but I’ve looked it up and it sounds brilliant- it’s available in paperback in the UK in April so I’ll definitely be getting a copy. Thanks for recommending it!


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