TBR Thursday #2: Top 3 Middle-Grade Fantasy

Happy Thursday to all! With the weekend looming around the corner, and my health being in a bit of a fragile state, I decided to work on some fun, short posts for the next couple of days.

For today’s post, I’m going to be sharing the top three middle-grade fantasy books on my TBR (to-be-read) list. These are the titles that have stood out to me the most, and continue to hold my interest quite enthusiastically.

3. The Colossus Rises (Seven Wonders #1) by Peter Lerangis

Jack McKinley is a normal kid who’s going to die in a few months. The only cure in existence consists of seven loculi that, when combined, can create what’s needed to save him. The problem? These specific loculi needed are relics of a lost civilization that’s thousands of years old, hidden away in the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.

2. Theodosia and the Serpents of Chaos (Theodosia Throckmorton #1) by R.L. LaFevers

Theo is the daughter of the curator for the Museum of Legends and Antiquities in London, England.  She is a very special girl with the ability to see black magic and ancient curses that still hangs around all of the artefacts. Behind her father’s back, Theo uses old, almost forgotten, Egyptian magic to remove the evil and protect her father, along with the rest of the employees, from sinister forces lurking within the corners of the museum.

1. The Menagerie (The Menagerie #1) by Tui T. Sutherland & Kari Sutherland

Logan Wilde is accidentally dragged into the mysterious and dangerous world of The Menagerie when he discovers a griffin hiding out in his bedroom, which leads him straight to the strangest girl in class: Zoe Kahn. Meanwhile, Miss Zoe is in a complete panic. Her family has been charged with guarding The Menagerie for many generations. When griffin cubs go missing, it threatens the very existence of The Menagerie and might get everything shut down forever.