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    An unexpected treasure

    what a delight to stumble across this unexpected gem. loved the format and the style
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    What happened that evening in the woods?

    Fascinating. A real pageturner. The author uses a very contemporain firm for telling his story about a seven year old boy who went missing. We get to know six people involved in this mystery. Six lives that never became the same after that winter evening in the woods...
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    Bold, challenging, brilliant

    I have a big problem. I am at a loss for words to review Changeling. You: How come??? Me: Well, it is easy. Matt Wesolowski’s work is art, and I am not sure I can do it justice. You: But you’ve reviewed his two previous books in the series! Me: I know. And each book is as powerful and chilling as the previous one. That’s the problem. You: Let's start at the beginning. What did you think of writing? Me: I am addicted to Scott King’s podcasts. I love the format, I love how it makes me feel I’m climbing a ladder, sweating and swearing to get the next episode as tension goes up. I love digging into stories that don’t seem to have an end. I love how the author’s concise prose cuts into people’s lives to free the truth. I marvel at how the reader is given hard facts before mixing them with context, people, and emotions, to be able to form their own opinion. There’s a hidden path Matt Wesolowski uses to take you where he wants, but you choose to walk it on your own free will. The appeal of the mystery is always strong. Yes, true crime is popular these days, and so are podcasts, but it takes a genius mind to combine so many elements and create something unique, fascinating, and compelling without ever falling into a pattern. You: So, Changeling didn’t feel like a repeat of the previous books? Me: Nope! Not one bit! If the format is the same, and the background story has its importance, the core of the book is always original. This time, we enter a forest. A real one. And one made of secrets. Could they be linked? That’s for you to discover, but let me tell you, few books manage to sweep you away the way Changeling does. There are two stories in this book. No, in fact, there are many. Folk tales which make goosebumps break out on your arms, people tales which make you clinch your fists. A thick fog of eeriness surrounds you as you stride deeper and deeper into the forest. What’s at the other end? I couldn’t stop thinking about it, yet I didn’t want the book to be over. YOU: Sounds like a great plot kept you hooked! Me: A missing child, a weird and remote place, and stories of witches in the dark, what more do you want? I am not one for horror, but Matt Wesolowski’s tales make me ask for more. I was surprised to be engrossed in the history of the forest. I could imagine that little boy, Alfie, alone in there for thirty years. If a story is told right, you wonder, you care, you want answers. I wanted it all! And I got more than I wanted!!! The final twist made my jaw drop so much I thought for a second it would reach the floor. Amid the strangeness, the accounts of six different people, the creepiness, and the questions, I could feel something else slither between the lines... There is a lot of work behind this series. The author proved it again. A lot of work, and a spark of genius. Changeling is bold, challenging, and simply brilliant!

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