Hey hey hey, it’s time for another review from Team Weatherdrifter!! This review should have been out about a week
I got this book because the narrator was Ralph Lister and he’s one of my favorite performers — however I
I picked this up because I thought it was going to be about witches since the name of the series
I picked this up because it was free on my Prime account and the cover intrigued me. It hinted at
This is a whimsical read that felt like a fairy tale reimagined, but it’s not based on anything to which
I’ve seen this book pop up on my various social media feeds with increasing frequency over the last few months.
I think this would appeal the most to people who enjoy classic coming of age stories in a high fantasy
I picked this up because of the narrator, Ralph Lister, who happens to be one of my favorite audiobook performers.
I picked this up because the narrator, Nick Podehl, is one of my favorite audiobook performers. I had heard about
I picked this book up solely because it had a narrator that I adored. I needed something I could immerse
This was chosen by Qwillery as one of their semi-finalists and you can read that review here: Review The prologue sets
This was a very short book, I didn’t realize it was a novella until I had read for a half
Esme’s Thoughts I was super nervous going into this because I’m not typically a YA/coming of age kind of person
This is a world where the Scholar people have been almost irradicated over the past 500 years, and what’s left
This is a world where treasure is buried deep beneath the earth, guarded by goblins, ghouls, and other monsters. The