The Wandering Inn

Volume 1 , #1

Kindle, 1158 pages

English language

Published Aug. 1, 2018 by Amazon Digital Services.

4 stars (1 review)

“No killing Goblins.”

So reads the sign outside of The Wandering Inn, a small building run by a young woman named Erin Solstice. She serves pasta with sausage, blue fruit juice, and dead acid flies on request. And she comes from another world. Ours.

It’s a bad day when Erin finds herself transported to a fantastical world and nearly gets eaten by a Dragon. She doesn’t belong in a place where monster attacks are a fact of life, and where Humans are one species among many. But she must adapt to her new life. Or die.

In a dangerous world where magic is real and people can level up and gain classes, Erin Solstice must battle somewhat evil Goblins, deadly Rock Crabs, and hungry [Necromancers]. She is no warrior, no mage. Erin Solstice runs an inn.

She’s an [Innkeeper].

2 editions

reviewed The Wandering Inn by Pirateaba (The Wandering Inn, #1)

A tale of a girl, an inn, and a world full of levels

4 stars

This is how "The Wandering Inn" started out, as a web series ... and developed, from this simple idea, into one of the most interesting Fantasy series of the recent years, a whole world, as colorful as the "Disc World", sometimes as funny, sometimes as cruel and heartbreaking as our own world, the original home of many of the heroes of the Wandering Inn, who were cast into this strange new world with nothing but the clothes on their backs and their iPhone (if they were lucky).

The Wandering Inn is full of creative ideas and creatures, epic drama and ridiculous fun. I came across the series on Audible, and the excellent reading performance of Andrea Parsneau made the 43 hours (!) of the book feel like mere minutes and at the end of this volume I was so hooked that I listened to the whole series since.

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