Review: Wander Dust (Warren)

Wander Dust (The Seraphina Parrish Trilogy, #1)Wander Dust by Michelle Warren
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Here’s one of those novels where you wish you could step right into the story and live among the characters.

Meet Seraphina, licensed time traveller and expert at getting into trouble. For all intents and purposes she considers herself a normal person, albeit with an emotionally distant father, a deceased mother and a seemingly incurable inability to belong anywhere. So when she starts seeing things no-one else can see and suddenly finds herself in a city miles away, twenty years ago, she kind of starts wondering. Soon she’s about to find out her true destiny.

Wander Dust has time travel, friendship and deceit, and a steamy head-over-heels romance (NB! Love triangle free-ish, at least not in this first part). The best thing about the universe of Seraphina is that the secret world is superimposed in the ”real” one with splendid conviction and invisible seams, which gives it a tangible character.

A pleasant read with thrilling action and exciting adventure! Much inclined to reading the second book!

xoxo N.

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