Review: Across the Green Grass Fields

Once again, Seanan McGuire has knocked it out of the park.

Across the Green Grass Fields is a stand alone novella set within the universe of the Wayward Children series.

We are introduced to Regan at age 7, a young girl who instinctively realizes she doesn’t fit the mold of what it is to be a little girl in her world. Several years later she finally realizes exactly why she is different, and unfortunately, in the process, trusts the wrong person with this information.

This then sets the stage for her to stumble upon a world filled with unicorns and centaurs, and where she learns it’s OK to be different.

As with the previous novels in this series, McGuire paints a world so believable that the reader will find themselves hoping and praying for their own door to appear!

I felt the ultimate conflict was a bit too easily resolved in the end, and the ending was somewhat rushed. Beyond that, the characterizations were excellent, the dialogue flowed easily, and the descriptions were vividly detailed.

I highly recommend this series for anyone with even the slightest interest in fantasy. I just wish we didn’t all have to wait another year for the next one!!

Rating: 4 out of 5.

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