Publisher: Postern Press in Baltimore, MD
Written in English
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Wild wood by Max Gersh Download PDF EPUB FB2
WILDWOOD is an irresistible, atmospheric adventure - richly imagined and richly rewarding. (Trenton Lee Stewart, New York Times bestselling author of The Mysterious Benedict Society) This book is like the wild, strange forest it describes/5(). This book is a promising start to a series, introducing a magic wood just outside Portlanda wood with talking animals, sentient trees, coyote soldiers, corrupt governments and highway bandits.
It is fascinating and imaginative, with a fairytale-ish quality for MG readers, as /5. WILD WOOD By Posie Graeme-Evans Synopsis REVIEW I love historical fiction. I can get lost in the pages of a well written book and I found myself lost in just such a book when I opened the pages to WILD WOOD, by Posie Graeme-Evans.
This gem is a historical fiction with an overlay of not time travel, but not really fantasy either/5. Wildwood (Wildwood Chronicles Book 1) - Kindle edition by Meloy, Colin, Ellis, Carson.
Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Wildwood (Wildwood Chronicles Book 1)/5().
The basic concept of Wildwood, that there is a fantasy world in the real-life woods just outside of Portland, Oregon, is what made me want to read the book in the first place.
Meloy does a really good job of transitioning between real world St. John's and fantasy-world Wildwood.5/5(3).