Book Review: A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L’Engle

I first read A Wrinkle in Time┬áby Madeleine L'Engle when I was in middle school. This is a time when I started exploring the library on my own and was finding myself ending up in the SFF section often. I read A Wrinkle in Time and its sequels alongside works like The Chronicles of Narnia... Continue Reading →


Book Review: Last Dragon Standing by Rachel Aaron

Last Dragon Standing is the final book in Rachel Aaron's Heartstrikers series. A sort of epic urban fantasy series about the dragons of the Heartstrikers clan set in a near future centered around Detroit, Michigan. This series was one of my favorite things I read last year, and I listened to all four audiobooks one... Continue Reading →

This Week In Reading: Second Verse, Same as the First

Ok, so I have a confession. I had a pretty terrible time last week reading-wise and only finished one fantasy novel and one non-fantasy novel--both audiobooks. I'm really only about 60 pages into the Hobb book (Assassin's Quest). I enjoyed the very start of it a lot, and I'm not sure why I haven't felt... Continue Reading →

New Arrivals!

Picked up a few new books in the last week or so. The Song of All by Tina LeCount Myers sounded really intriguing to me so I decided to take a chance on it when offered a copy for review purposes. Description: A former warrior caught between gods and priests must fight for the survival... Continue Reading →

Discworld Giveaway at The Weatherwax Report

Hey everyone, thought I'd spread the word (and love of Discworld) that there is a currently a Discworld giveaway going on over at The Weatherwax Report. This is the second annual Discworld giveaway spearheaded by Esme as a tribute to Sir Terry Pratchett and the wonderful book series he wrote. I haven't read a ton... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Windwitch by Susan Dennard

I have been debating with myself about whether or not to do a review of this book because, while I didn't dislike it, I found it to be only mildly interesting and largely forgettable. However, there were things that I did enjoy and so I ultimately decided that I'd take a few minutes to write... Continue Reading →

Book Review: The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue by Mackenzi Lee

The Gentleman's Guide to Vice and Virtue by Mackenzi Lee is a mostly YA historical romance with a tiny fantastical element that becomes a big part of the later plot, but I'm going to review it here anyway because I absolutely loved this book (and here at Way Too Fantasy there is no discrimination about... Continue Reading →

This Week in Reading: Dragons with Heart, Fitz, and Time Wrinkles

Well, I'm finally doing it--I'm finally going to finish the Farseer Trilogy. I read the first book in this series by Robin Hobb in 2014 and the second one the following year. I've been meaning to read Assassin's Quest ever since but just haven't gotten around to it for various reasons. Ok, really one reason... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Buried Heart by Kate Elliott

This morning I finished up Buried Heart by Kate Elliott, the final book in her YA Fantasy series Court of Fives. Oh, what a great end to a great series. I'm only angry at myself for not reading these sooner. In Buried Heart Jessamy has found herself at a crossroads. She's always been of two... Continue Reading →

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