Tess has never recovered from her sister dying when they were in their teens. But when Tess gets a call from her father telling her that their stepmother has been brought home to die peacefully, Tess must face what she’s been avoiding for ten years… the woods behind their house where her sister died and the buried memories of that night.
The Woods is 370 pages long and took me two days to read.
I’m giving this a 3 out of 5. I was so invested in this story and was disappointed with what felt like an abrupt ending. I wish it would have been just a little longer and that certain aspects of the book were different. I won’t get into those aspects because I don’t want to spoil the book but overall liked it.
Thank you, Grand Central Publishing, for sending me this copy!
Here’s to the adventure of finding a novel novel!