Wyrde and Wicked

Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
‘When it comes to the Wyrde, there is no such thing as harmless. Every single one of us is a walking disaster.’

Winter has come to Werth Towers, and brought a deal of trouble with it. Still, in times of crisis, there is always Lord Felix. The disreputable old revenant might have a few odd ideas; but you’re at Werth Towers, now. The merely unusual comes as a matter of course... More

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About Charlotte E. English

English both by name and nationality, Charlotte hasn’t permitted emigration to the Netherlands to change her essential Britishness (much). She writes colourful fantasy novels over copious quantities of tea, and rarely misses an opportunity to apologise for something. Spanning the spectrum from light to dark, her works include the Draykon Series, Modern Magick, The Malykant Mysteries and the Tales of Aylfenhame.

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About the Series: House of Werth
‘If you had not already realised it, this is a very strange house you are come to.’

In Regency England, the most supernatural family in the country wrestles with a series of disasters - including an impromptu dragon, an influx of long-lost relatives, and a dangerously violent Book...

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Reviews

Steven Tryon reviewed on Feb. 21, 2020

I read it in one sitting, which is to say that Charlotte has once again kept me up far too late, or early, as the case may be. It is wickedly wyrde. Highly recommended. But don't start with this one, read Wyrde and Wayward first or you will be thoroughly lost. You may be lost anyway, but such is the nature of the House of Werth.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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