Wonderworlds. "The Circle: Dreamer" by Melaina Faranda, "Wolfchild" by Rosanne Hawke, "Gil's Quest" by Damien Morgan, "Rowan of the Bukshah" by Emily Rodda and "The Revognase" by Lucy Sussex. [review]
Here we have five seemingly disparate books linked by genre: fantasy. Yet even fantasy, an often devalued term used to categorise a range of speculative and other fictions, doesn’t quite describe these entertaining and evocative texts. Rather, the common thread running through these stories and uniting them in a continuous and universal yarn is that which weaves its way through many tales: the hero’s journey.