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Posted March 24, 2014
Reviewed by Anne Boling for Readers' Favorite
In The Deep, Book 8, A Woodcutter's Grim Series by Karen Wiesner, we meet Cheyenne (Chey) Welsh. She planned to take her five-year-old sister and leave Woodcutter’s Grim as soon as possible, but she waited too long; her sister disappeared and only Chey knew her father was responsible. Chey loved James dearly, but he refused to leave Woodcutter’s Grim and she knew she couldn’t stay. For years James waited for her to return. After her father’s death, she did return with plans to dispose of everything. However the evil that dwelt in her family home was still there waiting for her.
Award-winning author Karen Wiesner returns fans to a place of evil in her 8th book in The Deep, Book 8, A Woodcutter's Grim Series. While the series is made to be read in order, this book stands well alone. Karen Wiesner is a prolific writer, having created 105 books in 16 years. The Woodcutter’s Grim Series will have readers looking over their shoulders, watching for creepy monsters to sneak up on them. This series will remind the reader of classic fairy tales with an evil twist. The Deep is a piercing tale, one sure to evoke feelings of fear and terror. Karen Wiesner is a talented author with a gift for combining terror with romance. Her descriptions are so vivid that I could see the scenes playing out on the stage in my mind’s eye. This book in the series is loosely based on Metamorphoses: The Story of Pygmalion and the Statue by Ovid. This series is addictive; once you read one book you will want to read the rest.