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Wunder is gathering in Nevermoor ... Morrigan Crow may have defeated her deadly curse, passed the dangerous trials and joined the mystical Wundrous Society, but her journey into Nevermoor and all its secrets has only just begun. And she is fast learning that not all magic is used for good. Morrigan Crow has been invited to join the prestigious Wundrous Society, a place that Wunder is gathering in Nevermoor ... Morrigan Crow may have defeated her deadly curse, passed the dangerous trials and joined the mystical Wundrous Society, but her journey into Nevermoor and all its secrets has only just begun. And she is fast learning that not all magic is used for good. Morrigan Crow has been invited to join the prestigious Wundrous Society, a place that promised her friendship, protection and belonging for life. She's hoping for an education full of wunder, imagination and discovery - but all the Society want to teach her is how evil Wundersmiths are. And someone is blackmailing Morrigan's unit, turning her last few loyal friends against her. Has Morrigan escaped from being the cursed child of Wintersea only to become the most hated figure in Nevermoor? Worst of all, people have started to go missing. The fantastical city of Nevermoor, once a place of magic and safety, is now riddled with fear and suspicion...


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Wunder is gathering in Nevermoor ... Morrigan Crow may have defeated her deadly curse, passed the dangerous trials and joined the mystical Wundrous Society, but her journey into Nevermoor and all its secrets has only just begun. And she is fast learning that not all magic is used for good. Morrigan Crow has been invited to join the prestigious Wundrous Society, a place that Wunder is gathering in Nevermoor ... Morrigan Crow may have defeated her deadly curse, passed the dangerous trials and joined the mystical Wundrous Society, but her journey into Nevermoor and all its secrets has only just begun. And she is fast learning that not all magic is used for good. Morrigan Crow has been invited to join the prestigious Wundrous Society, a place that promised her friendship, protection and belonging for life. She's hoping for an education full of wunder, imagination and discovery - but all the Society want to teach her is how evil Wundersmiths are. And someone is blackmailing Morrigan's unit, turning her last few loyal friends against her. Has Morrigan escaped from being the cursed child of Wintersea only to become the most hated figure in Nevermoor? Worst of all, people have started to go missing. The fantastical city of Nevermoor, once a place of magic and safety, is now riddled with fear and suspicion...

30 review for Wundersmith: The Calling of Morrigan Crow

  1. 4 out of 5

    Monica

    i’m honestly overwhelmed by how good this series is!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Brenda

    Nine young people in Morrigan Crow’s unit – nine who had said under oath to be friends, be loyal to each other. Morrigan was thrilled to finally have a family; to have people who cared about her. When they all began their classes, the students had ingenious and exciting things to learn – all except Morrigan, whose teacher would concentrate on Wundersmith’s alone – and how evil and degraded they all were, both past and present. Morrigan’s patron, Jupiter North, did all he could to change the Elde Nine young people in Morrigan Crow’s unit – nine who had said under oath to be friends, be loyal to each other. Morrigan was thrilled to finally have a family; to have people who cared about her. When they all began their classes, the students had ingenious and exciting things to learn – all except Morrigan, whose teacher would concentrate on Wundersmith’s alone – and how evil and degraded they all were, both past and present. Morrigan’s patron, Jupiter North, did all he could to change the Elder’s minds about her classes, but they wouldn’t be budged… When first one, then another went missing, Jupiter was away, searching constantly. His nephew Jack was occasionally by Morrigan’s side – when his schooling allowed – as was her best friend Hawthorne. But with the blackmailing threats focused on Morrigan’s group, she feared she would have no one left by her side. Everyone blamed her for the misfortunes that were happening – what could she do? And what had Ezra Squall to do with it all? The fear rippling through Nevermoor was infiltrating everyone. Wow! What.A.Ride!! Wundersmith is the second in the Nevermoor series by Aussie author Jessica Townsend, and it is just as fantastical and exciting as the first. Fast paced with loads of action, plenty of magic and heart stopping tension, Wundersmith is one I highly recommend. But I also suggest Nevermoor be read first so the full benefit of the series is felt. With thanks to Hachette AU for my ARC to read in exchange for an honest review.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Kaitlin

    Wow, this was brilliant fun and in my opinion even better than the first in the series. I think this one gave me all those nostalgic feelings of when I first read Harry Potter, and I couldn't help but to fall in love with the world once again and get emotionally invested in the characters. There was so much to like in this book, and Morrigan's story felt a bit darker and the stakes were higher too. I think if you like the first you will love the second! This book continues where the first one lea Wow, this was brilliant fun and in my opinion even better than the first in the series. I think this one gave me all those nostalgic feelings of when I first read Harry Potter, and I couldn't help but to fall in love with the world once again and get emotionally invested in the characters. There was so much to like in this book, and Morrigan's story felt a bit darker and the stakes were higher too. I think if you like the first you will love the second! This book continues where the first one leaves off. After some troublesome trials in book 1 we know that many of the students were dropped without a chance of making it to the Wonderous Society, but now it is time for the ones who have made it to go to WunSoc and learn about just what they can do. Morrigan is still very much unsure about her Knack and what she needs to learn about it as time goes on, but she quickly realises that although there are some firm friends who support her, she needs to earn the loyalty of those others in her group. She is forced to attend some mind-numbingly boring classes and yet she is also expected to keep her magic under wraps, and she has to do all of this whilst her guardian is once more absent for most of the book. Also, there's a whole lot of people disappearing strangely and she is more than likely going to get mixed up in the trouble because trouble just seems to find her... What I loved about this was seeing the streets that changed as you went down them and the markets which were filled with magic and mayhem. There are seasonal celebrations, festivals, dramatic events and wondrous surprises that Morrigan can barely believe. Nevermoor has so many secrets to offer if you can just start to understand it and believe in it, and this is the real beginning of Morrigan's time to explore. Overall, the plot and the magic were great and the characters became even better in this one too. I thoroughly enjoyed this and read it all in two sittings, and I highly recommend this as one to just lose yourself in for an evening. The magic will give you Harry Potter nostalgia, but the story is unique and wonderful too. 5*s from me :)

  4. 5 out of 5

    Katie Ziegler (Life Between Words)

    Five glorious stars. I’m obsessed.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Samm | Sassenach the Book Wizard

    I MAY have this preordered and there MAY be a countdown on my phone to the release date. *SQUEAL* THERE'S A TITLE NOW!!!!!!!!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Michael

    After the wundrously magical and funny Nevermoor - The Trials of Morrigan Crow our main protagonist returns picking up where we left off. Having successfully made it through the trials in book one Morrigan will join Hawthorne and seven other scholars in Unit 919 studying at the prestigious Wundrous Society. The unit will need all there knacks as they navigate their ways through a challenging 6 months. Morrigan will have to fight through the stigma of being a Wundersmith in a land that fears them. After the wundrously magical and funny Nevermoor - The Trials of Morrigan Crow our main protagonist returns picking up where we left off. Having successfully made it through the trials in book one Morrigan will join Hawthorne and seven other scholars in Unit 919 studying at the prestigious Wundrous Society. The unit will need all there knacks as they navigate their ways through a challenging 6 months. Morrigan will have to fight through the stigma of being a Wundersmith in a land that fears them. Trying to control her abilities while learning about her kinds history is made even further complicated by one of her own who is currently banished doing everything in his power to make her, against her will, realize her full potential. With themes as varied as privilege, prejudice, and friendship, overall this is another fine read with one slight caveat. For me at least there was little surprise with what happens and as a result made for a less memorable experience. Don't get me wrong, the writing was again superb, and the whole idea of the Wundrous Society and Morrigan trying to comes to terms with her identity as a Wundersmith is fascinating while there was more than a hint of Neil Gaiman's Coraline. But when you know where things are heading from the word go, it feels more like a stepping stone for book three.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Melanie

    1.) Nevermoor: The Trials of Morrigan Crow ★★★★★ Oh my gosh, this cover is too perfect. I AM SO HYPED! Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Tumblr | Youtube | Twitch

  8. 5 out of 5

    Susan

    This book follows on from, “Nevermoor: The Trials of Morrigan Crow.” We met Morrigan in the first book, where we discovered her story. Cursed, she was destined to die on her eleventh birthday; plus all of the bad luck that occurs is blamed on her. However, before her fate overtakes her, she is whisked away by a man called Jupiter North to the secret city of Nevermoor, where she is given the chance to join the Wundrous Society. However, of course, despite having escaped her fate, life is not going This book follows on from, “Nevermoor: The Trials of Morrigan Crow.” We met Morrigan in the first book, where we discovered her story. Cursed, she was destined to die on her eleventh birthday; plus all of the bad luck that occurs is blamed on her. However, before her fate overtakes her, she is whisked away by a man called Jupiter North to the secret city of Nevermoor, where she is given the chance to join the Wundrous Society. However, of course, despite having escaped her fate, life is not going to be quite so easy. Morrigan is taught that all Wundersmiths are evil and that, rather than embrace her new powers, she must learn to suppress her mysterious ability. Nevermoor is turning out to be a place of danger, rather than the haven of safety, she had first thought… My eleven year old daughter loves this series, but, without doubt, these books are designed to appeal to adults as well as children. At just over 400 pages, this has enough depth to offer more than the average novel aimed at older children. With Morrigan’s patron, Jupiter North, away, she is, again, very much on her own and there is a real sense of danger in these pages, which will entice the reader to want to read on. Overall, this is an excellent sequel.

  9. 5 out of 5

    rachel

    #1) Nevermoor: The Trials of Morrigan Crow ★★★★★ 🌻 Trigger warnings for child abuse, emetophobia, kidnapping, captivity, blackmail, mild violence, bullying, and discrimination. Blog • Goodreads • Twitter • Instagram

  10. 5 out of 5

    Kelly (Diva Booknerd)

    Miss Morrigan Crow, calamitous young lady of the Wintersea Republic is now preparing to become an esteemed scholar of the Wundrous Society, accompanying eight fellow students including the marvellous Hawthorne. Although compelled to confidentiality considering the dastardly mayhem instigated by Wundersmith Ezra Squall, Morrigan's Wundersmith ability is discovered and unscrupulously, an unknown antagonist is conspiring towards the extraordinary children with a bizarre series of anonymous notes an Miss Morrigan Crow, calamitous young lady of the Wintersea Republic is now preparing to become an esteemed scholar of the Wundrous Society, accompanying eight fellow students including the marvellous Hawthorne. Although compelled to confidentiality considering the dastardly mayhem instigated by Wundersmith Ezra Squall, Morrigan's Wundersmith ability is discovered and unscrupulously, an unknown antagonist is conspiring towards the extraordinary children with a bizarre series of anonymous notes and peculiar stipulations. Fragments throughout the Wundrous Society community have vanished, scholars, colleagues and acquaintances. Instinctively Miss Morrigan Crow is a suspect as an accused nefarious Wundersmith but with the steadfast assistance of the nonchalant Hawthorne, Jupiter North, Jack and an unlikely collaborator, Morrigan is determined to preserve the Wundrous Society, Nevermoor and substantiate that a Wundersmith is fantastically wundrous. Our Magnificent Morrigan! Morrigan Crow is a intelligent and practical young woman. Forsaking the calamity and misadventure of the Wintersea Republic, Morrigan is now a resident of Nevermoor, liberated by Jupiter North to compete in the Wondrous Society tournament. As a Wundersmith, Morrigan attends a specialised program consisting of the history of the Wundersmith and their heinous atrocities. Throughout the narration, Morrigan discovers that beneath the fantastical facade of Nevermoor, wickedness is awakening. Jupiter North is investigating an illegal marketplace in correlation to the community members. His extended absences further isolating Morrigan as she adjusts to her new environment. Morrigan is challenged by prejudice and at a disadvantage, increasingly isolated from her fellow scholars and Society facility, fearing the Wundersmith notoriety. Her Society companions are disciplined within their individual abilities however, Morrigan is secluded and denied an education despite Jupiter protesting for equality. The demeanour of Wundersmith Ezra Squall reflects on Morrigan and although only twelve years of age, she is held responsible for the actions of her predecessor. Outlandish! The Merry Band Of Sidekicks The grand Hotel Deucalion is resident to a fictionally diverse and eclectic community and although Jupiter is her guardian, Morrigan relies upon the Deucalion residents for guidance and perspective. Fenestra the talking Magnificat, Jack the nephew of Jupiter who returns from boarding school on weekends, the operatic singer and the vampire dwarf with a penchant for lavish carousing. Hawthorne Swift is a tremendous character, friend and entourage for Morrigan. His solidarity is unconditional and although his character appears humorous and sprightly, he fiercely defends his friend against Morrigan naysayers. Former antagonist Cadance Blackburn is delightfully surprising. Although adversaries, Cadance recognises the importance of Morrigan and her abilities as they cooperate to solve the mystery of the illegal marketplace. Step Boldly The atmospheric enchantment of Nevermoor is an experience. The fantastical Brolly Rail as it bustles throughout the expansive metropolis, the intricate and deceptive thoroughfares and animated diorama of Nevermoor and the residents. Nevermoor is fantastically imagined and beautifully illustrated. Although the world is intricate and voluminous, it's encompassed by a wonderful intimacy and warmth. Nevermoor transcends children's literature, captivating and enchanting audiences. Categorically breathtaking.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Olga Zbranek Biernátová

    Morrigan zbožňuju čím dál tím víc a fantazii Jessicy Townsend taky!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Ian

    One of the difficulties for the Tales of Morrigan Crow is that it is following on from a giant. There is more than just a little of Harry Potter in the series. All I'll say about that is whether you love this series or not will probably have a lot to do with how you feel about those similarities. For some it will be a ripoff, for others it will be an influence. Personally, I love it and I love the world that Jessica Townsend is building. It's working for me on every level.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Megan

    Is it any surprise I was able to finish this book in one day? I absolutely loved the previous book and have been dying for Wundersmith basically since I finished Nevermoors last page. Townsend continues the whimsical adventure with our lovely Morrigan joining the Wunderous Society. But don't expect this to be your typical magical school experience. Morrigan must deal with the fallout of being outed as a Wundersmith and while she has been nothing but loveable, there is already prejudice against a Is it any surprise I was able to finish this book in one day? I absolutely loved the previous book and have been dying for Wundersmith basically since I finished Nevermoors last page. Townsend continues the whimsical adventure with our lovely Morrigan joining the Wunderous Society. But don't expect this to be your typical magical school experience. Morrigan must deal with the fallout of being outed as a Wundersmith and while she has been nothing but loveable, there is already prejudice against all Wundersmiths thanks to our baddie Ezra Squall. Speaking of Squall, he is an absolutely amazing villain. He became so much more complex in this book and his relationship with Morrigan is most intriguing. Wundersmith exceeds all expectations for this wonderful new series and now I have to find a way to make it till book three!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Aimee

    I’ve been simultaneously wildly excited and terribly nervous about reading Wundersmith. Nevermoor was my absolute favourite kids book of last year and I was worried that my expectations for the follow up was too high. Wundersmith absolutely delivered and I adore this magical world more than ever. I look forward to reading further adventures with Mog and 919 in the future ❤🌂 I’ve been simultaneously wildly excited and terribly nervous about reading Wundersmith. Nevermoor was my absolute favourite kids book of last year and I was worried that my expectations for the follow up was too high. Wundersmith absolutely delivered and I adore this magical world more than ever. I look forward to reading further adventures with Mog and 919 in the future ❤️🌂

  15. 5 out of 5

    Merel

    This book, this series, is so wonderful and mesmerizing! Nevermoor is incredible and I want to explore it so much more. I'm so happy that the second book has been as good to me as the first.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Samantha

    I LOVE THIS SERIES These characters are amazing, the setting is amazing, the plot and adventures are amazing. AMAZING.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Elysia

    I was going to hold off buying the hardcover until I listened to the audiobook, as the narration is fantastic, but I found a signed copy at my city bookstore today and had to snag a copy. I'm so excited to continue on with this wundrous and magical middlegrade adventure

  18. 4 out of 5

    Rian *fire and books*

    This goes as no surprise to anyone who has had to listen to me talk about how much I loved the first book, but guess what? I LOVE THE SECOND ONE JUST AS MUCH. Why? Because it’s magicalfunwhimsicalwittyandstupendouslyamazing! Yeah. You read that right. It’s one word good. Morrigan is now a junior member of Wunsoc and while she thought the trials ended last year she’s come to find out more await her. There’s blackmail, disappearances, a ****boring**** class schedule, dragons, the black market, and This goes as no surprise to anyone who has had to listen to me talk about how much I loved the first book, but guess what? I LOVE THE SECOND ONE JUST AS MUCH. Why? Because it’s magicalfunwhimsicalwittyandstupendouslyamazing! Yeah. You read that right. It’s one word good. Morrigan is now a junior member of Wunsoc and while she thought the trials ended last year she’s come to find out more await her. There’s blackmail, disappearances, a ****boring**** class schedule, dragons, the black market, and epic parties. There’s is so much fun and whimsy to be had with this novel and honestly ya just gotta buy it! It’s wonderful.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Danielle

    Actual rating: 4.5 stars This world is so magical and fun and wonderful I just want to visit Nevermoor and all its oddities and beauty already 😩😍 Full review to come on my blog: www.thechroniclesofdanielle.wordpress...

  20. 5 out of 5

    Eeva

    ALL. THE. STARS. (I think it's even better than the book one!!!)

  21. 5 out of 5

    Fiona

    It’s always a worry when you get the second book in a series, and you LOVED book 1 immensely. Could it be just as good? Will it be just as good or will it be merely OK? No doubts after reading Wundersmith- just as enthralling, just as hard to put down, and just as frustrating when it ends!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Marcella

    Warm and fuzzy feelings all the way. In Wundersmith: The Calling of Morrigian Crow we follow the story of Morrigan after the events of book 1 have finished. I'll be adding a couple of spoiler brackets for book 1 to talk about some events in this book. At the end of book one we discover that (view spoiler)[ Morrigan's knack is to be a Wundersmith. A knack which could be considered dangerous for the Wundrous Society she fought to join. In this book we follow Morrigan as she enters the Wondrous Socie Warm and fuzzy feelings all the way. In Wundersmith: The Calling of Morrigian Crow we follow the story of Morrigan after the events of book 1 have finished. I'll be adding a couple of spoiler brackets for book 1 to talk about some events in this book. At the end of book one we discover that (view spoiler)[ Morrigan's knack is to be a Wundersmith. A knack which could be considered dangerous for the Wundrous Society she fought to join. In this book we follow Morrigan as she enters the Wondrous Society and goes to school to learn to be a valuable part for the Society. But who could she trust if this knack is really as dangerous as everyone tells her to be and her only teacher is the worst thing that has ever happened to the world? (hide spoiler)] This second book deals with Morrigan dealing with a lot of self-doubt, who is she and what will her role in life and the Society be? I think every child reading this could identify with Morrigan in some way, she has her insecurities, but it also brave and has a heart of a gold. A brilliant protagonist for every reader, of any age. I was very excited to go into this book after being absolutely smitten by Nevermoor and this book definitely didn't disappoint. Book 2 in a series is always a hard one to do, how to follow up a very good start to a series and to keep the magic going enough to move the story along? Jessika Townsend has definitely found a proper balance for that. The story moves along and gets more layers to it but still maintains amazing the world-building. I don't need a movie of this franchise ever (and really don't want a movie to ever touch these books, let me make that clear, I don't think any movie trick could do this world-building justice.) these books are enough to send me tumbling into a new world. This book is darker than the first, there's some scenes in here that are disturbing and we deal with a child thrown into quite scary situations. Reading this as an adult it probably had different implications for me, to where at some points some descriptions send shivers up my spine. Townsend has such a brilliant way of writing going on that a child would enjoy this adventure and find him or herself in this, but an adult can definitely enjoy this too. The reason for me to give it 4 stars is that I had a bit of an issue with the pacing in this book, the plot seems to unravel at a very quick pace in the last 50 pages which threw me off a bit. Combine that with a plot twist that was just a bit too obvious. I'm not mad about it, but the last few pages lacked the originality of the first book for me. But nonetheless, I can't wait to see where this story will go, I think Townsend definitely has more tricks up her sleeve, there were some obvious plot twists in this one, but I will forgive it all. Just let me delve into this world of big cats, magic and true friendships.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Jelena Milenković

    This review, however short it may be, will include some bits and pieces of informations that may be considered as spoilers Consider yourselves warned. So, let's get down that tricksy line now, shall we? The book starts shortly after the ending of Nevermoor, with Morrigan and Jupiter off to find a ninth person who would sign Morrigan's safeguard, whatever that might be. This is just the first chapter of the book and it's already impossible not to play a game 'find similarities with harry potter se This review, however short it may be, will include some bits and pieces of informations that may be considered as spoilers Consider yourselves warned. So, let's get down that tricksy line now, shall we? The book starts shortly after the ending of Nevermoor, with Morrigan and Jupiter off to find a ninth person who would sign Morrigan's safeguard, whatever that might be. This is just the first chapter of the book and it's already impossible not to play a game 'find similarities with harry potter series'. From their entrance to the concert where they would find abovementioned someone through a tricksy line aka entrance through that wall to Diagon Alley, Hogwar...umm, I mean Hometrain to the Morrigan's struggles as a Wundersmith that were reminescent of those of Harry when it was revealed that he could communicate with snakes in The Chamber of Secrets. And that is not the end of it. Now we apparently had a Professor Quirrell ((view spoiler)[Mildmay (hide spoiler)] ) Professor McGonagall (this might be a little far-fetched but: Scholar Mistresses) and of course Jupiter North as Dumbledore. Add the new formed golden trio and you got yourself an HP retelling. Am I wrong and was I the only one to conclude this is another matter altogether. But did I finish it in a day? - yes was it so bad? - no but a bit unoriginal? - yes readable, quirky and interesting? - yes plot? - umm, that can be discussed character development? - yes, for some. mor sadly stayed the same ol' half-interesting brat world-building? - again yes, but only so much, still have gazillion questions well, will you be continuing with the series (if there will be more books which I'm not sure off yet, since I can't find the info, but the ending of the book definitely suggest so)? - sureee

  24. 4 out of 5

    Robin Stevens

    Nevermoor was one of the best things I read last year, and this sequel lived up to my expectations. An absolutely unforgettable magic world and a brilliantly stubborn, flawed heroine. I love this series! (10+) *Please note: this review is meant as a recommendation only. If you use it in any marketing material, online or anywhere on a published book without asking permission from me first, I will ask you to remove that use immediately. Thank you!*

  25. 5 out of 5

    Gaby

    "Insert gushing here"

  26. 5 out of 5

    Lianna

    SO GOOD. So, so good. I can’t sing the praises of this series enough. I want to recommend it to everyone I pass. Once again, I am utterly won over by these characters and this author’s writing. I wish I could live within the pages of these books. There’s a magic in these words that’s only captured every once and a very rare while. Read it.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Elise

    Morrigan is introduced to the Wundrous Society and it's not exactly what she expected. Why did this book have to end? I only just got used to being back in Nevermoor and discovering its wonderful intricacies. The world-building continues to be absolutely fantastic: a mix of slightly familiar and utterly wondrous. I can't wait for the next book!

  28. 5 out of 5

    Noodles78

    Just sublime. I read this in a day when I've been incredibly stressed which normally stops me reading. This was just what I needed. It was just like reading a big fat hug given to me by my nearest of friends whilst drinking the best hot chocolate ever. The storyline was fun and twisty, Morrigan has the best mix of confusion, excitement, anger and need, totally identify with her. Devoured with love.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Melanie Schubert

    4.5 Stars (because I need to save half a star for when the next book blows my mind which I am certain it will) It's clear that with her first book, Jessica Townsend was only just getting started, but in this book she has really begun to take off 🚀🚀🚀 Townsend takes what can so often feel like worn out tropes in middle grade and breathes into it fresh life and magic. I love when you feel the author fall in love with their characters and their world. For me, that is when I become most absorbed in a ne 4.5 Stars (because I need to save half a star for when the next book blows my mind which I am certain it will) It's clear that with her first book, Jessica Townsend was only just getting started, but in this book she has really begun to take off 🚀🚀🚀 Townsend takes what can so often feel like worn out tropes in middle grade and breathes into it fresh life and magic. I love when you feel the author fall in love with their characters and their world. For me, that is when I become most absorbed in a new book and world and that is exactly what I felt in Wundersmith. The characters and world were so much more fleshed out and even when I guessed what was going to happen, I was excited by the story line. But perhaps Townsend's greatest gift, is her ability to write some just truly, beautiful, scenes...scenes that are positively dripping with magic and WUNDER. Can't wait to see what happens next!

  30. 5 out of 5

    Megan Maurice

    Oh my goodness. I must admit, I was a bit worried about reading this book because I LOVED Nevermoor so much and I wasn’t sure how anything could ever live up to its brilliance. But this book was everything I was hoping for and more. I love the way the author has built on the world of the city and the Wundrous Society, adding more layers and intricate detail to flesh out this fascinating world. The themes of friendship and belonging are so beautiful and I love Morrigan’s nature of just wanting to Oh my goodness. I must admit, I was a bit worried about reading this book because I LOVED Nevermoor so much and I wasn’t sure how anything could ever live up to its brilliance. But this book was everything I was hoping for and more. I love the way the author has built on the world of the city and the Wundrous Society, adding more layers and intricate detail to flesh out this fascinating world. The themes of friendship and belonging are so beautiful and I love Morrigan’s nature of just wanting to be accepted. She is so open to friendship and the blossoming of her relationship with Cadence is one of my favourite parts.

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