On My Radar in March

A College of Magics / Caroline Stevermer

The author was recommended to me several times and seems to be similar to Patricia C. Wrede, whom I absolutely love! Magic schools always get my full attention.

Burn / Patrick Ness

I haven’t read anything by the author yet, but look at the cover. The main character’s family hires a dragon to help on their farm but soon the main character is hunted by evil people & the dragon becomes her protector! I NEED! It will be published in May.

The Lights of Prague / Nicole Jarvis

This will be published in July. Monster hunters & spirits in the streets of Prague, I like the sound of it!

Earthsea / Ursula K. Le Guin

I was never really interested, but recently I feel like trying this classic! I watched some parts of a series when I was younger but don’t remember anything so it will be all new^^

Ninefox Gambit / Yoon Ha Lee

Awesome cover, yes? It’s about a disgraced commander who is tasked with retaking an important Fortress from the heretics. Am expecting lots of action and scheming and spaceship battles!

Children of Time / Adrian Tchaikovsky

Since I read Made Things by the author I want to try more, but not his long Fantasy series^^ This sounds great!




  1. I hope Earthsea works well for you. I enjoyed the original trilogy but hated the 4th book. As long as you are aware that the 4th book is a real change in pace and “age”, you might like it more than I did πŸ˜€

    And good luck with Stevermer!

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  2. I really want to read Children of Time! And I just got Caroline Stevermer’s new book, The Glass Magician. I’ll be curious to see what you think of A College of Magics.


  3. I’ve always meant to read Earthsea too — feels like a hole in my fantasy reading. Enjoy! And yes, I’d love to read Burn as well! I’ve read one book by this author, but have a few more that I’ve been wanting to get to.


  4. Ooh, I really need to bump Ninefox Gambit up my TBR and read it soon! It sounds so good. And I’ve been meaning to try Earthsea again for ages, too. I know I read the first book back when I was a teen (or maybe a tween) but that’s all I know about it for sure.

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