Wildwood (YA Paranormal Mystery)

Wildwood (YA Paranormal Mystery)

by Helen Scott Taylor

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Overview

A fifteen-year-old boy is sent to stay in a spooky English village with his grandfather for the summer vacation. He always knew he was different from other kids, he just didn't realize how different until he discovers his father was linked to an ancient pagan cult. If he doesn't get out of the village soon, he might be trapped there forever.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940045032629
Publisher: Helen Scott Taylor
Publication date: 10/20/2012
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 741,928
File size: 621 KB

About the Author

Helen Scott Taylor's first novel, The Magic Knot, won the American Title contest in 2008, was a Golden Heart® finalist, and was chosen as one of Booklist's top ten romances of 2009. Since then, she has published other novels, novellas, and short stories in both the UK and USA. Her published works have been finalists in a number of contests including the Holt Medallion, the Lories, the Prism Contest, the Write Touch Award and the Maggies.

Helen lives in South West England near Plymouth in Devon between the windswept expanse of Dartmoor and the rocky Atlantic coast. As well as her wonderful long-suffering husband, she shares her home with a Westie and an aristocratic chocolate-shaded-silver-burmilla cat who rules the household with a velvet paw. She believes that deep within everyone there's a little magic. www.helenscotttaylor.com

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Wildwood (YA Paranormal Mystery) 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book has a 15 year-old protagonist, but its reach extends far further than that. I loved this tight, paranormal mystery. It was everything I'd expected and a little something more. Moody, isolated English countryside, small town full of secrets and lies, and a thriller of a conspiracy underneath it all, with an array of well-drawn, personable, and unique characters. Mystery fans will not be disappointed by this. YA fans will find much to love in the underlying coming-of-age subtext deftly woven into the book. Thriller fans will enjoy the twists and turns in the plot and the well-timed pacing that keeps you on the edge of your seat (the book is light on gore, for folks who pay attention to that stuff--suitable for older teens). Helen Scott Taylor is an author you can trust to deliver the goods.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was undoubutidly horrible dont read it! I read this book thinking it was good. Im sorry but i just didnt like it the story line just didnt work out!