Escape from Witchwood Hollow by Jordan Elizabeth





Genres: children’s fiction, supernatural-paranormal, historical fiction

Pages:  178

Series: Single

Published by Curiosity Quills Press

Release dateOctober 29th, 2014



I received this book in exchange for an honest review.

I don’t know where to begin with this book. The events were such a whirlwind that I still feel like I’m reeling from them. In this’ll you learn the story of three individuals and it hops back and forth from the three of them. Each one has a differing time period.

It can become confusing as it bounces are in story and tries to connect past, present and future lines together. I know the purpose to this was to branch out to family, however it just boggles the mind for me and introduces too much information rather than delving into the actual story.

For me this book was shallow in that it didn’t have much substance to it, a grand story and interesting to say the least but it wasn’t as deep as I would care for it to be. The characters themselves offered no depth and no growth.

This WAS an interesting story though, more pegged for a youthful audience, 10-13 years.

The ending I didn’t see coming but it left me feeling hollow and not satisfied.

2.8 would be a more suitable rating.

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