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SUMMARY Silver in the Wood

Ctly unremarkable existence with his cottage his cat and his dryadsWhen Greenhollow Hall acuires a handsome intensely curious new owner in Henry Silver everything changes. A sweet shortish mm fantasy romance novella with a folklore ish background Fans of T Kingfisher will like this though it doesn't uite have the bite under the kindness that makes Kingfisher exceptional It's a very nice read though I have to admit the cover and publisher primed me to expect something a lot darker and stranger so I felt slightly off the mark throughout which is my problem rather than the book's The cover is stunning mind Immigrants in Our Own Land like this though it doesn't uite have the bite under the kindness that makes Kingfisher exceptional It's a very nice read though I have to admit the cover and publisher primed me to expect something a PL / I Structured Programming lot darker and stranger so I felt slightly off the mark throughout which is my problem rather than the book's The cover is stunning mind

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Old secrets better left buried are dug up and Tobias is forced to reckon with his troubled past both the green magic of the woods and the dark things that rest in its hear. Silver in the Wood is a lyrical forest fairy tale; a ueer love story at a little over 100 pages Prepare to be transported into a magical realm of beautiful forest where you will fall in love experience genuine kindness and personality It's a magical blend of fantasy elements and folklore featuring forgotten godsThe pages are filled with a particular dark and gritty undertone that tell a story of death rebirth and transcendence I couldn't shake the overwhelming sadness that chased me throughout the pages and continued to haunt my thoughts days later I often have trouble connecting to stories that are this short However Emily Tesh is talented at evoking emotion and transporting the reader directly into the story with very few words Take this line for example At once slow deep green rolled over him He took a breath and another smelling old rotting leaves and healthy growth and autumn light He felt almost as though he could have planted his feet and become a tree himself a strong oak reaching up to the sky brother of the old oak who ruled the wood I became spellbound waiting through the days in nights out alongside Tobias The ending was fitting and along the lines of acceptance and reinventing oneself I am thrilled that we are getting a seuel because this is character driven and I loved Tobias and Henry including the cat Pearl The Hired Man left buried are dug up and Tobias is forced to reckon with his troubled past both the green magic of the woods and the dark things that rest in its hear. Silver in the Wood is a Death of a Ghost lyrical forest fairy tale; a ueer The Monk of Mokha love story at a Gods and Generals (The Civil War Trilogy, little over 100 pages Prepare to be transported into a magical realm of beautiful forest where you will fall in Perfect Ponies 3 in 1 love experience genuine kindness and personality It's a magical blend of fantasy elements and folklore featuring forgotten godsThe pages are filled with a particular dark and gritty undertone that tell a story of death rebirth and transcendence I couldn't shake the overwhelming sadness that chased me throughout the pages and continued to haunt my thoughts days The Pillars of the Earth (Kingsbridge, later I often have trouble connecting to stories that are this short However Emily Tesh is talented at evoking emotion and transporting the reader directly into the story with very few words Take this Sigil (Irdesi Empire line for example At once slow deep green rolled over him He took a breath and another smelling old rotting Death of a Ghost (Albert Campion Mystery, leaves and healthy growth and autumn Why Arent They Shouting? light He felt almost as though he could have planted his feet and become a tree himself a strong oak reaching up to the sky brother of the old oak who ruled the wood I became spellbound waiting through the days in nights out alongside Tobias The ending was fitting and along the Why I Went Back lines of acceptance and reinventing oneself I am thrilled that we are getting a seuel because this is character driven and I Horse Sense (Saddle Club, loved Tobias and Henry including the cat Pearl

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