Wyrd and Wonder is almost finished. I had a blast reading reviews, challenge responses, discussions, and all the other posts. Huge thanks to the hosts imyril, Jorie, and Lisa!

I reviewed five books and enjoyed them all:

K. C. Hunter: Kana Cold and the Case of the Shinigami

Genevieve Cogman: The Secret Chapter

Dominik Parisien, Navah Wolfe ed.: The Mythic Dream

C. J. Cherryh: The Goblin Mirror

Martha Wells: City of Bones

My favorite was Cogman’s Secret Chapter which was just full of delightful dragon-fae banter and our heroes had to take part in a heist!

I also reviewed three comics:

Marvel 1602

Marvel 1602: The New World and the Fantastick Four

The Brave And The Bold: Batman and Wonder Woman

The Brave and the Bold comic was a surprisingly entertaining story where Batman and Wonder Woman are trying to solve the murder of a Celtic god. I read the first 1602 comic when it first came out and I remembered it surprisingly well. Despite the depressing lack of female characters, I mostly enjoyed it, too.

During May I borrowed Assassin’s Creed: Origins from the library and I’ve just started to play it. It seems very entertaining, so far, even though the beginning was quite confusing. The main character is a Medjay, one of the Pharaoh’s elite guards… and he goes around killing the Pharaoh’s guards and people? It was explaing when the second chapter started, though.

I also did some challenge prompts:

Top Ten Recent Fantasy Reads

Wyrd and Wonder: Fly my pretties

Wyrd and Wonder: Fantasy Around the World

Wyrd and Wonder: Fantasy around the World, part 2

Wyrd and Wonder prompt: Fantasy voices around the world

Throwback Thursday

I’m already looking forward to next year! And of course SciFi Month in November!