The Darkest Part of the ForestBook - 2015
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Hazel should have known better than to make a deal with the fairies of the forest for her brother Ben’s talent, but it’s too late. The long-sleeping horned boy—the unrequited love of both siblings—has broken out of his glass box, and the Fae have come to exact their price.
multcolib_troutdale Feb 15, 2015
Black does sinister faeries as well as anyone; this one brings in family ties and the transactional nature of fey contracts. - Seana
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And then Hazel understood. Ben was taking her through the storm of grief. He was singing her through the rage and despair. He was singing her through the terrible loneliness, because there was no way to shut off grief, no way to cast it aside or fight against it. The only way to end griefwas to go through it.
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