The Wolf Wilder
This is a great book if your reader:
Loves a story of adventure, revolution, and people standing up for the things they believe in.
Admires a heroine so magnificent and strong that she is worthy of comparison to Lyra Belacqua from Phillip Pulman's Dust Trilogy.
Wants to witness the power of the underdog and root for them to fight back.
Loves wolves (of course!)
Relishes a fast-paced page-turner. They will quickly get lost in this snowy, Russian fantasy tale.
Is a fan of Katherine Rundell. She is infamous for her beautiful and purposeful use of prose to tell a gripping story.
Tuesday at the Castle
This is a great next book if your reader likes:
Writing that is beautiful in its simplicity. It creates rich characters you love and despise, a well-paced plot, and the thrill of magic and action.
An unexpected twist on the princess fairytale genre.
An insight into a medieval court, politics, and dirty tricks
Smart, strong, and selfless female protagonists who aren't scared to stand up for what they believe in.
Fantasy with a castle that is alive. It changes every Tuesday, chooses its monarchs, grows rooms, and decides who stays and goes.