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3.5 stars
Don't Go into the Forest!!...

...If you do you might not come out! A witch will trap you and keep you there forever. That's the legend of Witchwood Hollow and what everyone in the small town of Arnn has believed for hundreds of years. 
 
I love reading about legends and uncovering the mysteries that surround them so I was hooked before I even started reading. This was a really fun story and it's not too long. It's told from the viewpoints of three different generations, which come to a head at the end- & it was one heck of an ending. I was totally not expecting it but I thought it was actually a good way to tie it up. I also thought the author did a really nice job of weaving the three viewpoints and stories together. Overall, a very enjoyable story! If you like legends, you should check it out.
 
 *I received this ARC from the author in exchange for an honest review. Thank you! ( )
  EmpressReece | Aug 22, 2016 |
This is a really good book. The story is mainly about Honoria who has moved to Arnn with her brother Geoffrey and their aunt and uncle after her parents are killed in the World Trade Center. The reader immediately gets drawn into Honoria's life. She's a pretty smart girl for 15. The book is also about Lady Elizabeth Clifford who in the 1600's is accused of killing her brother-in-law by using witchcraft and she is on the run in the woods by Arnn. Soon other people are getting trapped in the woods. The author does a great job of switching between the different characters and different times. Honoria is drawn to the Witchwood Hollow and if the witch was real. Honoria makes friends with Leon who is also interested in the history of Witchwood Hollow. Things start coming to light and there is a really sad ending. I really enjoyed Jordan's writing and would read anything she writes and also recommend this book to everyone.

I'm so glad Jordan's friend contacted me to see if I would read the book. ( )
  MHanover10 | Jul 12, 2016 |
This is a really good book. The story is mainly about Honoria who has moved to Arnn with her brother Geoffrey and their aunt and uncle after her parents are killed in the World Trade Center. The reader immediately gets drawn into Honoria's life. She's a pretty smart girl for 15. The book is also about Lady Elizabeth Clifford who in the 1600's is accused of killing her brother-in-law by using witchcraft and she is on the run in the woods by Arnn. Soon other people are getting trapped in the woods. The author does a great job of switching between the different characters and different times. Honoria is drawn to the Witchwood Hollow and if the witch was real. Honoria makes friends with Leon who is also interested in the history of Witchwood Hollow. Things start coming to light and there is a really sad ending. I really enjoyed Jordan's writing and would read anything she writes and also recommend this book to everyone.

I'm so glad Jordan's friend contacted me to see if I would read the book. ( )
  MHanover10 | Jul 10, 2016 |
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