Winter Wood (Touchstone Trilogy Series #3)

Winter Wood (Touchstone Trilogy Series #3)

by Steve Augarde
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Winter Wood (Touchstone Trilogy Series #3) 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
224perweek More than 1 year ago
What a great ending. This is book 3 in a trilogy and by far the best. I have never read a book about fairies, "little people" as refered to in the book, that touched me so. This story was both sad and magical. I loved all the characters and their personal stories. Wish it did not have to end.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
He looked shocked, but happy. He nodded. Of corse! He licked her ear~Pinefall Yes...? She asked~Meadowsun He smiled. I hope he is~Infernoleaf Oh... he said~Viperstrike
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TeensReadToo More than 1 year ago
In book three of THE TOUCHSTONE TRILOGY, hard times have come upon the Various. Their lives hang in the balance as they try to find a way to survive in the human world. They decide their time here is through and they must return to Elysse. The only way to go home is to unite the Touchstone and the Orbis. But the Orbis isn't among the Various. Years ago, it was given to Celandine for safe keeping. Now Midge and Celandine's stories come together as Midge looks to Celandine's past in order to find the Orbis and return it to the Various. However, there are those among the Various who would use the Orbis for their own evil purposes. Will Midge be able to find the Orbis and return it to the right hands before the harsh winter kills the Various? Like THE VARIOUS and CELANDINE, WINTER WOOD is told from varying points of view, giving the reader a glimpse into the lives of the characters, both human and Various. I enjoyed walking into the chill WINTER WOOD and being lost in the triumphant conclusion of Augarde's trilogy. The story blazed with action and adventure despite its winter setting.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago