Older fans of Yang's Secret Coders will like the puzzles and adventure that this diverse cast confronts in Windrose. The house is a fun setting, rather reminiscent of the movie National Treasure at points. This is a graphic novel in full color, so perfect for fantasy fans who like to delve into this format.
I felt like there were a ton of details missing about Windrose and the Merriweathers that could have been better addressed in a traditional novel, but since there look to be at least two more books coming in the series, I'm sure we will see more of these addressed.
There are a growing number of fantasy graphic novels, so fans of Steinkellner's The Okay Witch, Siegel's 5 Worlds, Grine's Secrets of Camp Whatever, Parks' Rickety Stitch and Stevenson's Lumberjanes will enjoy seeing what the Pathfinders Society is up to.