Happy Halloween! I hope all of you that celebrate are having a particularly spooky day. I thought that Winterwood would be a great book to share in honor of Halloween.
The Walker women have a special connection to the woods of Fir Haven and Nora Walker is no exception. The woods lead her to Oliver Huntsman, a boy who was lost in the woods for two weeks. Oliver has no idea how he survived, but Nora needs to find out.
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I loved The Wicked Deep, so when I heard about Winterwood I was equal parts excited and apprehensive. Winterwood feels a lot like The Wicked Deep, it was creepy and dark and honestly a great read for this time of year. It also centers around a misunderstood character.
I really enjoyed Nora’s story, and what I loved most about Nora was that she embraced herself. She knew who and what she was and she was true to herself the whole time. The story itself was interesting, I figured out one of the “twists” pretty early on, but I still enjoyed getting there. I would have liked the story to maybe have gone on a couple more chapters just so there could have been a more solid conclusion.
This is an enjoyable read, especially this time of year. It reminded me of a story that you might tell over a fire at night with family, a little creepy but also somehow comforting.
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