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Emily Wilde's Map of the Otherlands
Emily Wilde's Map of the Otherlands: Book 2 of the Emily Wilde Series | Heather Fawcett
When mysterious faeries from other realms appear at her university, curmudgeonly professor Emily Wilde must uncover their secrets before its too late in this heartwarming, enchanting second installment of the Emily Wilde series. Emily Wilde is a genius scholar of faerie folkloreshe just wrote the worlds first comprehensive of encylopaedia of faeries. Shes learned many of the secrets of the Hidden Folk on her adventures . . . and also from her fellow scholar and former rival, Wendell Bambleby. Because Bambleby is more than infuriatingly charming. Hes an exiled faerie king on the run from his murderous mother, and in search of a door back to his realm. So despite Emilys feelings for Bambleby, shes not ready to accept his proposal of marriage: Loving one of the Fair Folk comes with secrets and danger. And she also has a new project to focus on: a map of the realms of faerie. While she is preparing her research, Bambleby lands her in trouble yet again, when assassins sent by Bamblebys mother invade Cambridge. Now Bambleby and Emily are on another adventure, this time to the picturesque Austrian Alps, where Emily believes they may find the door to Bambleys realm, and the key to freeing him from his familys dark plans. But with new relationships for the prickly Emily to navigate and dangerous Folk lurking in every forest and hollow, Emily must unravel the mysterious workings of faerie doors, and of her own heart.
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currentlyreadinginCO
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I enjoyed this better than the first, and I'm looking forward to the third 😌

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Jen2
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Cute!

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Grrlbrarian
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A little slower to start, a little less Wendell in parts, but still satisfaction to my cozy fantasy-loving heart. New life goals: Get a Grim to adopt me 😍

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sdbruening
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An excellent sequel to the first in the series! Again, the reader was wonderful for the audiobook. I enjoyed the new characters and creatures of Austria and Wendell‘s realm. The author‘s description of the faeries enchant and scare. Emily is an enjoyable character to follow in her adventures, I find myself laughing out loud or nodding my head in agreement.

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khooliha

Some specious taxonomy going on here...

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Kimberlone
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This sequel really lived up to expectations! It is everything you could want from the cozy academia fantasy romance corner. Even though it leans into the cozy genre, there are still serious stakes for Emily & Wendell. Emily is following up her encyclopedia with a a mapbook of the Otherlands, and Wendell tries to return this kingdom while avoiding his stepmother‘s assassins. The faerie world is broadened and endearing new characters introduced.

Saknicole 💕🧚 1mo
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Kimberlone
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Sneaking in some reading this morning before I jump into chores for most of the day. Hoping to finish this book today!

I have been so pleased with this sequel; fans of Encyclopedia of Faeries will love this one too!

JessieKB Fun cover!!! 3mo
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Nessavamusic
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This was a delightful sequel. Emily and Wendell go on a new adventure along with her niece and a curmudgeonly coworker. Many new fae are met and much adventure and mayhem occur. This may not work for everyone, but I enjoy this series a great deal. Only losing a half a star for it being a little slow at the beginning. 4.5⭐️

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Cheryl_Russell_BookNotes
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#WonderousWednesday

1) Emily Wilde and Siobhan Flannery
2) Wendell Bambleby and Walt Longmire
3) Emily Wilde‘s Encyclopedia of Faeries (recent) Crime and Cherry Pits (current) Emily Wilde‘s Map of the Outherlands (current)

Eggs Thanks for playing ❣️ 4mo
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Excited to start this book today! I finished “Emily Wilde‘s An Encyclopedia of Faeries” last night and loved it!

currentlyreadinginCO I liked the first one, too! I have this on hold 😍 4mo
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Kar2b
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I love a good story about the Fae, and this series, written in a scholarly fashion but woven with charm and whimsy, has captured my heart. Poe reminds me of Dobby, and I even came to like Snowball. Above all, Wendell and Emily are adorable, and I can‘t wait to read the conclusion of their story in book 3.

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ItsAnotherJen
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I love the Emily Wilde world filled with fantastical creatures, magical charm, and new adventures! The first book hooked me immediately and this second book did not disappoint. I always fall the hardest for the first book in the series, but this was one of the better 2nd books. I'm 100% reading the next because I'm invested in Emily and Wendell. Such a unique relationship and I'm here to see how it ends! ⭐⭐⭐⭐💫

PirateJenny I'm in the middle of this now and also loving it! 4mo
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wen4blu
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The foot would not fit in my briefcase, so I wrapped it in cloth and wrestled it into an old knapsack I sometimes carry with me on expeditions.

#firstlinefriday
#currentlyreading

ShyBookOwl Ooh I really want to read book 1! 4mo
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mdemanatee
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Are you ready to go back to the world of Emily Wilde? I think if you loved the first one, you'll love this one too. While I do still have some critiques, I dive into everything ore in depth on YouTube --> https://youtu.be/8Jd22kkTk3U

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mdemanatee
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Everyone getting in some good reading this Sunday morning? What are you starting your week with? I‘m working on Emily Wilde‘s Map of the Otherlands. I wish you a very cozy rest of your weekend.

Bklover I‘m starting ACOTAR. I‘m probably the last to read it. Going to drink cocoa and stay in my pajamas. Hope your day is cozy as well! 5mo
mdemanatee @Bklover That sounds delightful! I will be braving the cold for book club but there will be food and a visit to a stationary shop I love involved. 5mo
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mdemanatee
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Happy first new release Tuesday of 2024 and all the good reading to come for the year! Here's what I'm anticipating for the month, what are you excited for? https://youtu.be/Dk_NxmwtaEs

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julesG
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A research trip to the Alps, where there is a small village with more than enough doors to Fairie. Two scholars went missing here decades ago. Lots of fairy folk, some helpful, some out for blood.
Emily is a little worried, not only because Wendell is having a massive hangover, but also because there's a colleague who thinks her a fraud, and her niece might not be up to being her assistant.

#NetGalley #ARC #MountARC

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BookmarkTavern
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Emily Wilde must juggle the publication of her book, a romantic proposal, an accusation of academic dishonesty, & the beginnings of her own atlas of faerie. Easy, right?

Just as charming & delightful as the 1st one! We get great character growth for Emily, more and more glimpses of the varieties of the world of faerie, a continuation of threads set up in book 1, more threads for a sequel, plus a satisfying conclusion! And a faerie cat! 🌕🌕🌕🌕🌗

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julesG
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#lastfirst @BookNAround

Last book - as in I have just finished and need to type my #NetGalley review for the #ARC - Emily Wilde's Map of the Otherlands

First book - as in, I started it already but will not finish today/this year - Starling House

#SeriesLove2023 @TheSpineView @Andrew65
#20in4 #readathon
#RushAThon @DieAReader @GHABI4ROSES
#YearEnd

TheSpineView Fantastic! 6mo
Andrew65 Excellent 😍 6mo
DieAReader 🥳🥳🥳 6mo
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Cazxxx
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I didn‘t enjoy this quite as much as the first one but it was still lots of fun and full of whimsy 🧚🏻

4 🌟

Thanks to NetGalley for this arc

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nitalibrarian
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Here's my December #BookSpinBingo card.
#BookSpin is The Will of Many
#DoubleSpin is When Among Crows

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nitalibrarian
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Loved Emily Wilde's Encyclopedia of Faeries. So very excited to read an ARC of the next book in the series. #currentlyreading

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The dangerous and delightful adventures of curmudgeonly faery scholar Emily Wilde, her Grim dog Shadow, and her otherworldly colleague (and aspiring fiancé) Wendell continue in the Alps and ~elsewhere~ in this sequel to Encyclopedia of Faeries! I just have such a good time following on the Oxford clad heels of this cozy yet prickly light academia fantasy series—alongside all the friends Emily always ends up finding (if slightly against her will).

BooksNBowls Def one of my favorites!! 7mo
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thegirlwiththelibrarybag
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Congrats to Barbara on 6 years of Litsy and all the delightful bookish interactions that come with it!

Emily Wilde‘s encyclopaedia of Fairies was one of my favourite books of this year so I‘m excited for the second half, and really rather kind of the author to release it in January and not make us wait too long to find out.

#BBgiveaway : what‘s your most anticipated book for 2024 @Lizpixie @Jhullie ?

emz711 I didn't even realize it was a series. Or just a duology? 8mo
thegirlwiththelibrarybag @emz711, I initially thought duology but there is a goodreads Q&A where the author says it will be a trilogy 8mo
BarbaraBB Thanks for entering the giveaway 💕 8mo
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julesG
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Thank you for the tag @wanderinglynn

Thank you for the #BBGiveAway @BarbaraBB!

One of the books I'm looking forward to read in 2024 is expected to be published in mid-January. The list of books I'm looking forward to is quite long though. 🙈🙈

What 2024 book are you looking forward to @CGalinor3 and @RaeLovesToRead?

Matteogeorge Quantum mechanics 8mo
Matteogeorge Good book isn‘t it? I prefer geometric optics, idk about you but the photo electric effect is awesome. Also, electromagnetic radiation is pretty cool. The waves 8mo
CGalinor3 Thanks @julesG I'm looking forward to Diva by Daisy Goodwin, about Maria Callas. 🎵 8mo
julesG @CGalinor3 This sounds interesting. Do you like Goodwin's books? 8mo
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vlwelser
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This is fun. I really enjoyed the first one. This didn't have quite the same momentum. But I would still read another one.

#BookSpinBingo @TheAromaofBooks

Pub date is 1/11/24
#ARC #Netgalley

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!! 9mo
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BooksNBowls
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Thanks to NetGalley for gifting me the sequel to Emily Wilde‘s Encyclopaedia of Faeries, where the adventure continues with Emily and Wendell (and some new friends) on a quest to find Wendell‘s ominous door. I loved this as much as the first one! The character development, plot pacing, and folklore made for a fun, entertaining read! I‘ve fell in love with this world and these characters! I seriously hope there‘s gonna be a book 3! 5/5

julesG You lucky one! I'm looking forward to reading this. 12mo
BooksNBowls @julesG i was so happy when they gifted it to me!!! I don‘t think you‘ll be disappointed 😁 12mo
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