Genre: historical fantasy
Length: 331 pages
This is the second book in the Trials of Apollo series. I didn’t think the first book was quite as good as Riordan’s other series, but I still enjoyed it enough to read this book. It helps when it’s in the house for the kids to read.
Genre: middle grade urban fantasy
Length: 401 pages of text, 414 pages with glossary
This is the sequel to Julie of the Wolves. I originally read Julie of the Wolves because we owned a copy of Julie and I wanted to read it to the kids. I had to read the first book in the series before I could read the second one. We enjoyed Julie of the Wolves, so it didn’t take too much to convince the kids to read this book.
Genre: historical middle grade fiction
Length: 227 pages
This is the second book in the Immortals series, that started with Wild Magic. Miss Adventure downloaded the audiobook and played it for me on the way to gymnastics practices. I ended up finishing it on my own.
Genre: YA fantasy
Length: 182 pages
Setting: the province of Dunlath within Tortall, soon after the events of Wild Magic Continue reading
This is a book Cath from Fangirl refers to as her favorite series. It may be the book Cath is writing, or it may be canon from the series, but ultimately, it’s Rowell’s take on the characters Cath obsesses over in Fangirl.
Genre: YA urban fantasy
Length: 522 pages
Setting: mostly in and around the Watford school for Magicians in England, present day Continue reading