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Into the Woods: Tales from the Hollows and Beyond

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

7 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

What a wonderful collection of short stories from Kim Harrison!

What a wonderful collection of short stories from Kim Harrison! Not only do we get to revisit the world of The Hollows, but there are also four stories set outside The Hollows.

With the exception of Million Dollar Baby, all of The Hollows stories have been previously r...
What a wonderful collection of short stories from Kim Harrison! Not only do we get to revisit the world of The Hollows, but there are also four stories set outside The Hollows.

With the exception of Million Dollar Baby, all of The Hollows stories have been previously released and I was pleased to find that there were a couple of the stories that I hadn't read yet. But the main draw was Million Dollar Baby. This story focuses on the elf quest to steal baby Lucy that Trent and Jenks take during Pale Demon. I was never really a Trent fan during the majority of The Hollows books, but he started to change my mind during Pale Demon and I really enjoyed his POV in Million Dollar Baby. We see more of his motiviations and how much he really does value Rachel, although I did miss the interaction between the two of them. I also enjoyed seeing Trent learn to work with Jenks and come to value the skill set that the pixie provides.

While Million Dollar Baby makes Into the Woods a must-buy, I enjoyed the Beyond the Hollows stories as well. Pet Shop Boys is a cross between vampires and fae, Temson Estates and Spider Silk both focus on dryads, and finally Grace focuses on a portion of the population who can harness the electrical currents in their bodies to affect the physical world around them. They are all a definite departure from The Hollows world, and I would be happy to read more for any and all of them.

posted by MadHatterReads on November 12, 2012

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

explained alot

Having read everything she writes this did tie in some loose ends and explained some of the characters better.

posted by KyloeGriffGirl on February 15, 2013

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  • Posted February 15, 2013

    explained alot

    Having read everything she writes this did tie in some loose ends and explained some of the characters better.

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