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The Hazel Wood gets under your skin!

Do you love quirky and strange stories? A mystery with twists and turns that put you upside down? Well, The Hazel Wood has your name written all over it! Alice and her mother have lived in many different places with strange weird lucky following them closely. When one day Alice and her mother find out that her Grandmother, a reclusive writer, has passed away at her estate the Hazel Wood all alone. Suddenly, their lives are really turned inside out when a group of men come and kidnap Alice's mother demanding Alice return to Hazel Wood. The one place her mother has always told her to stay far away from. The Hazel Wood is a creepy, strange tale that will get under your skin and make you wonder "what have I just read"! 

The Hazel Wood

Don't Miss This Book! A Girl Like That by Tanaz Bhathena

A Girl Like That by Tanaz Bhathena is a powerful novel. Zarin Wadia has a reputation for being that girl at school, even though she's a wonderful student and extremely intelligent. She's the girl that you don't want to bring home to your parents because she's a risk taker. She doen't play by rules, she breaks them. So, when Zarin and Porus Dumasia are found dead on the side of the road, the religious police launch an investigation into the time leading up to their deaths. A Girl Like That is a beautifully written gem! It is a absolute must read just like The Hate U Give. Zarin is a character that you can feel and understand so completely. The novel is unique and endearing, it is set in Saudi Arabia, which helps enhance the feel and energy of the plot. The story will make you cry, feel angry, but most of all it makes you feel motivated to change our world. Tanaz Bhathena has a creative and thoughtful novel about our world.

Must Read for Fantasy Fans! An Enchantment of Ravens by Margaret Rogerson

What happens when a painter falls in love with a faery prince? An Enchantment of Ravens begins with Isobel, a painter of fae creatures, who is skilled beyond her years, meets a faery prince, who wants his picture painted. Isobel paints what she sees and in Rook, the prince, she sees sorrow in his eyes, which according to faery law one cannot do. Angrily, Rook kidnaps Isobel to put her before Faery court. When feelings change Rook finds he doesn't want to turn Isobel over. Danger ensues for them both!                        

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