Wyrd and Wonder: Fountain of Youth

After mucking around in the Icy Waters of Waiting for the Next Book, I decided it was time to say goodbye. Next up is the Wyrd and Wonder Fountain of Youth! While on this conglomerate of islands I’ll mention some books that feature immortal characters. Thinking back on what I’ve read, I suppose I’ve read a fair amount that fall into this category.

Wyrd and Wonder 2024 map.

A Dowry of Blood by S.T. Gibson

Series: None
Genre: Horror, Historical Fantasy, Paranormal
Age Category: Adult
Publisher: Redhook
Publish Date: October 04, 2022
Print Length: 304
Purchase: Bookshop.org
Check out my review here.

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Immortal Pleasures by V. Castro

Immortal Pleasures by V. CastroSeries: None
Genre: Horror, Historical Fantasy, Paranormal
Age Category: Adult
Publisher: Del Rey Books
Publish Date: April 16, 2024
Print Length: 304
Purchase: Bookshop.org
Check out my review here.

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Fall of Ruin and Wrath by Jennifer L. Armentrout

Fall of Ruin and Wrath by Jennifer L. ArmentroutSeries: Awakening, #1
Genre: Fantasy Romance
Age Category: Adult
Publisher: Bramble
Publish Date: September 12, 2023
Print Length: 432
Purchase: Bookshop.org
Check out my review here.

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King of Battle and Blood by Scarlett St. Clair

King of Battle and Blood by Scarlett St. ClairSeries: Adrian x Isolde, #1
Genre: Fantasy Romance
Age Category: Adult
Publisher: Bloom Books
Publish Date: November 30, 2021
Print Length: 400
Purchase: Bookshop.org
Check out my review here.

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A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas

A Court of Thorns and Roses

I think this series needs little introduction. If you want to read my reviews, you can check out the first one here, then use the search bar on my blog to find the others.

Crescent City by Sarah J. Maas

House of Earth and Blood by Sarah J. MaasHouse of Sky and Breath by Sarah J. MaasHouse of Flame and Shadows by Sarah J. Maas

I think this is another SJM series that needs little introduction. Especially if you read within the same genre I do (mainly fantasy). I didn’t write reviews for these, but there are plenty floating out there.

And that’s it for my stop at the Fountain of Youth! What books have you read that have immortal characters?

The black dragon artwork is by Ehtisham Sajid. Ariana at The Book Nook created the Wyrd and Wonder map.

6 thoughts on “Wyrd and Wonder: Fountain of Youth

  1. I haven’t read a huge amount with immortal characters. Sometimes, there have been series where it has turned out that a character is actually an immortal and that can annoy me although I couldn’t say why that’s the case. Two series that I have read are the Belgariad by David Eddings and the Riftwar series by Raymond Feist both of which feature an immortal sorcerer. I guess LOTR would fit that category too. ????

  2. This is a great list. Vampires are always my favorite immortal creatures. I would also add Vicious by V.E. Schwab, which I haven’t read in years but I’m pretty sure the main characters figured out a way to become immortal.

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