"Veronica Watts' writing style is unique and engaging. I found myself completely drawn in to Her of the Wood, truly caring for the characters as I got to know them. A great read!"
Determined to get out of a city where the lowest classes are subjugated into silent submission, Euodia sneaks onto a convoy of detainees being transported to the old lands to die. Her hope is rewarded when her group meets scouts from a small but thriving community. As Euodia learns to live and work in her new home, she struggles to shake off years of conditioning so that she can be honest with Ailie about her developing feelings. But just as she's finding her feet, and may
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