Tuesday, November 3, 2015

Review: Escape from Witchwood Hollow

Escape from Witchwood Hollow Escape from Witchwood Hollow by Jordan Elizabeth Mierek
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Everyone in the small town of Arnn is familiar with the legend of Witchwood Hollow. You don’t want to venture into these woods, unless you don’t want to ever leave them. The witch that inhabits the land is unforgiving and ruthless. Honoria doesn’t believe in witches or ghosts. She lost both of her parents in the attack on the Twin Towers and has entered the hollow and left unscathed. Can the magic within Witchwood Hollow reunite Honoria with her parents? What will happen to the residents of Arnn if the witch becomes active again?

Escape from Witchwood Hollow is a stand-alone novel with some magic, mystery and history all rolled into a seamless storyline. Readers will travel between the 1600s, 1800s and 2001 with characters that have independent stories that slowly contract into one large web. I kept trying to figure out how they were connected and how the story would wrap up, yet Mierek was able to keep me adjusting my predictions until the last couple of chapters. A good quick read to satisfy readers tired of series fiction.

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