Book Review: Wayfarer by R. J. Anderson
Wayfarer by R .J. Anderson
Are you a faery-lover? If so, you're in luck. Wayfarer by R. J. Anderson is out today, and I'm reviewing it here as part of a big blog tour.
A small community of female faeries live in the Oak, but they are slowly losing their magic. Linden, the youngest faery of all, must travel outside the Oak and seek help from other faeries, by order of the dying Queen.
In her journeyings, she befriends a human boy, Timothy, and they meet many faeries, good and bad.
Together, they discover that a great evil threatens to destroy all faeries.
Will they be able to find anyone willing to help Linden and the faeries of the Oak?
I enjoyed this book for teens and sped through it. I liked the character,s and the plot kept the action moving. Wayfarer is actually a sequel to Spell Hunter, but I can tell you that it stands alone because I started with Wayfarer.
You can find tons more info about the book if you check out some of the other blog stops on the tour. Here are the participating blogs:
Whispers of Dawn, The Book Cellar, The Hungry Readers, My Own Little Corner of the World, KidzBookBuzz.com, Reading is My Superpower, Book Crumbs, Becky’s Book Reviews, Fireside Musings, A Christian Worldview of Fiction, Homeschool Book Buzz, Homespun Light, Book Review Maniac