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  • Really Good!

    I seem to have a penchant for mysteries surrounding disappearances and murders in the woods. They tend to unsettle me and yet I still find myself gravitating towards them! Even though The Woods is atmospheric rather than creepy, it was still a wonderful story, and one I immensely enjoyed. Tess and her sister went into the woods one day, but only one came back. Ten years later, Tess must return home to deal with the imminent death of her stepmother. What happened in the woods that day, ten years ago, and what was Tess' role in the tragedy, if any? From the beginning, there is a very powerful and commanding atmosphere about this book. There’s a sense of disquiet that seeps from its pages into the reader’s mind. The Woods themselves are a ominous presence over the story and characters, and I loved that Vanessa Savage gave them an identity of their own, just as though they were another character. With past and present colliding to devastating effect, where The Woods really excelled was within its mystery. Tess was a remarkably unreliable narrator, and so ascertaining the truth was by no means straightforward. The result was that I genuinely had no idea where the plot was heading and I didn’t know which of Tess’ recollections to believe nor if her judgement was completely skewed regarding her relationships. Chilling in its intensity, addictive and twisty, this was an incredibly good read and the masterful storytelling of Vanessa Savage did not disappoint. Very highly recommended. I received a complimentary copy of this novel from Little, Brown Book Group UK/Sphere via NetGalley at my request, and this review is my own unbiased opinion.

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