This week’s round-up of mg fantasy and sci fi from around the blogs (4/11/21) – Therapy Box

This week’s round-up of mg fantasy and sci fi from around the blogs (4/11/21)

Welcome to this week’s round-up, the first in all the years I’ve being doing it that there is no book that starts with the letter “S.”  So if I missed your post (probably about a book starting with S), let me know!
The Reveiws
Bridge of Souls (Cassidy Blake #3), by Victoria Schwab, at Hidden in Pages and Jill’s Book Blog
The Chosen One, by James Riley (The Revenge of Magic #5), at Carstairs Considers 
 The Colt of the Clouds (Wings of Olympus #2, by Kallie George, at Say What?
Dragon Fury (Unwanteds Quest 7), by Lisa McMann, at Say What?
The Eye of the North, by Sinead O’Hart, at Book Craic
Featherlight, by Peter Bunzl, at Library Girl and Book Boy
The Frozen Telescope, by Jennifer Bell, at Sifa Elizabeth Reads
The Gilded Girl, by Alyssa Colman, at Books, Iced Lattes, Blessed and Cracking the Cover
Go the Distance (A Twisted Tale, #11), by Jen Calonita, at Ms. Yingling Reads
Homer on the Case, by Henry Cole, at Always in the Middle and Books YA Love
Maya Loop, by Lisa Anna Langston, at Say What?
Merlin:  The Lost Years, by T.A. Barron, at proseandkahn
The Messengers (Greystone Secrets #3), by Margaret Peterson Haddix, at The Children’s Book Review 
The Mostly Invisible Boy by A.J. Vanderhorst, at Avalinah’s Books
Rome Reframed, by Amy Bearce, at Charlotte’s Library
The Runaway (Valkyrie #2), by Kate O’Hearn, at Say What?
The Thieves of Weirdwood, by Willliam Shivering, at Say What?
Threads of Magic, by Alison Croggon, at Log Cabin Library
Time Jumpers, by Brandon Mull, at Fantasy Literature

Unicorn Island, by Donna Galanti, at Children’s Books Heal

Authors and Interviews
B. B. Alston (Amari and the Night Brothers) at  Dead Darlings
Dana Middleton (Not a Unicorn) at MG Book Village
Amanda Foody (The Accidental Apprentice) at MG Book Village
Kathleen Jae (Elanora and the Salt March Mystery) at Carpinellos Writing Pages
Leah Cypess (Thornwood)  at Say What?