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- ASIN : B07JYV1NQ7
- Publication date : October 28, 2018
- Language : English
- File size : 2144 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 352 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #113,502 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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He finds majic , a secret forest that most are unaware exists within. A contained and sleeping ancient evil awakening and trying to get out of it.
Warewolves, people changing to animals, dark caves, killer mazes and dreams of a past life involving all this.
Then he enters the dark forest with his new found hopefully friends to find out what's ben happening and that's when his journey truly begins. Everything seems alive and and on the verge of waking. It a place of beauty and incredible danger with supernatural beings looking to harm, kill or worse. There's also majic and some that seem willing to help, hopefully. This place seems familiar and he will need to find out if he has the strength to make it out and save his friend.
Oh ya, they only have a limited time to get out before the portal opening closes trapping the separated group inside that haven't made it out. Who makes it out and in what condition. What to make of the whole unbelievable ordeal and what it all means for everyones future. Can't wait for next installment. So many questions to answer
This book is a good start to Kit Hallows' new series. I really liked Will, and his new friend Art. The inclusion of so many supernatural beings was interesting, making for quite the diverse population in the forest. The only thing I really have to complain about is the magic part. I had really thought that once Will found his Aunt Catherine, she would begin to teach him magic, because clearly it's in his blood because she has it, and Will's father had it. The fact that he was never taught anything surprised me. Maybe it will be included in the next book...?
The other parts of the story are well done with somewhat painful love interests and villains who are not likable but are understandable in their motivations. It's nice when they aren't just stereotypical in the extreme.
This book is a great start to a new series that I am impatiently waiting for the next books to be written. If you like Jim Butcher, Shayne Silvers, etc. then you'll love Kit Hallows.
There is little to no adult language. The violence is non-graphic. It's well written and cleanly written which is quite an accomplishment these days.