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The Patchwork Girl: Forest of Souls
     

The Patchwork Girl: Forest of Souls

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by Hasani Walker
 
Patchwork and Poco travel to a strange dark forest and try to make their way through. However, when Patchwork chases after a bright light glowing through the trees, she soon finds something dangerous lurking in these woods.

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Patchwork and Poco travel to a strange dark forest and try to make their way through. However, when Patchwork chases after a bright light glowing through the trees, she soon finds something dangerous lurking in these woods.

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ISBN-13:
9780979835544
Publisher:
Hasani Books
Publication date:
01/09/2015
Pages:
34
Product dimensions:
7.50(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.25(d)

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The Patchwork Girl: Forest of Souls 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Tyler_Fisher More than 1 year ago
The second installment of the Patchwork Girl series takes us into far murkier territories, in more ways than one. This is definitely what I would call a darker story than the last. Even from an artistic perspective it's dark--most of the backgrounds are just black, which really makes the characters pop and sells you on the idea of being lost in a dark forest. Storywise, there's a greater sense of peril and foreboding this time around. For the first time since this journey began, we're treated to an actual antagonist in the form of... well, I won't spoil it for you. Suffice to say that there are some very spooky characters in this book, and not all of them mean well. By the end of this installment, it's very clear that the Patchwork Girl's adventure is not going to be all sunshine and rabbit chases. But much like the first book, I don't feel that there's anything here that kids can't handle. One thing that keeps this from going too dark--and indeed, which seems to be one of the most endearing elements of the series thus far--is the interaction between Patchwork Girl and Poco. So much of the humour comes from just the clash of their differing personalities. But at the end of the day, you know that they're still friends and that they have each others backs.  Though this book is a bit shorter than the last one, it in no way diminishes the quality of the story. I assume each book will simply be as long as it needs to be. All in all, a very good read. I look forward to book three with great anticipation.