Joanna Ruth Meyer
She dreamed of the wood, and the wolf who was trapped there
Echo Alkaev’s world falls apart when her father mysteriously disappears. She finds him half-frozen in the winter forest, guarded by a strange talking wolf who proposes a bargain: Echo will live for a year in his house to save her father’s life.
In the wolf’s enchanted house, something dark and strange lies behind every door. Echo discovers a magical library full of books-turned-mirrors, and a young man named Hal who is trapped inside of them. She must solve the mystery of the wolf’s enchantment before her year is up, otherwise Echo, the wolf and Hal will be lost for ever
'Epic and engrossing. Magic pulsates through every page. . .Readers will ache when it's over and want to start all over again. A lush, captivating new twist on beloved fairy tales' - Kirkus, starred review 'Meyer refreshes the familiar framework with additional fairy tale elements?'Cupid and Psyche,' 'Beauty and the Beast,' and 'Tam Lin' among them?producing a compelling, satisfying romantic adventure with metafictional undertones' - Publishers Weekly, starred review 'Provides a unique twist of the East of the Sun, West of the Moon fairy tale, which will engross readers from the first page to the very end' - Booklist 'The frequent, loving homages to the power of story and the pleasures of reading make this a leisurely, luxurious read, suited to lovers of folklore and long winter nights' - BCCB 'A marvelous, enchanting tale about the power of love and stories' - Rosamund Hodge, New York Times bestselling author of Cruel Beauty
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