Where the Woods End (2020)

Where the Woods End In a forest filled with treacherous beasts the thing to be most afraid of is closer than you think in this middle grade horror fantasy Kestrel a young huntress lives in a seemingly endless forest c
  • Title: Where the Woods End
  • Author: Charlotte Salter
  • ISBN: 9780735229235
  • Page: 415
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In a forest filled with treacherous beasts, the thing to be most afraid of is closer than you think in this middle grade horror fantasy.Kestrel, a young huntress, lives in a seemingly endless forest crawling with dangerous beasts But the most dangerous beasts of all are the Grabbers beings that are born when you are and stalk you throughout your life, waiting for the perfIn a forest filled with treacherous beasts, the thing to be most afraid of is closer than you think in this middle grade horror fantasy.Kestrel, a young huntress, lives in a seemingly endless forest crawling with dangerous beasts But the most dangerous beasts of all are the Grabbers beings that are born when you are and stalk you throughout your life, waiting for the perfect moment to snatch and eat you No one has ever defeated their Grabber once attacked, and those that die from accidents or other creatures are considered lucky Kestrel has been tasked by her mother, a powerful and controlling spell caster, to hunt down the Grabbers in an effort to protect their village in the forest Accompanied by Pippit, a hilariously bloodthirsty weasel, she hones her skills as she searches for a way out of the forest and away from the judgmental villagers who despise her But her own Grabber is creeping ever closer, and nothing in this forest is what it seems including her mother s true motivations.
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    One Reply to “Where the Woods End”

    1. 3.5 stars WOW, was this gruesome and scary for a kids book I definitely would not have been able to handle this as a middle year reader Yowza The mother was SO horrifying but Pippit was the cutest dang little friend I wanted Pippit There wasn t anything particularly wrong with this book I just didn t fall in love with it SCARY STUFF I would almost want to classify this as YA based on the scary content, but the story on the whole did feel middle years y.

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