An excerpt from Taylor Breslin’s review:
There is throughout the novel the constant threat of the outside, particularly of the woods around the property and anyone who might be lurking there. As Maggie explores, and meets more people, she learns the difference between phantom danger and the true risks of separating herself from her home and family. Gentry’s writing, the way she builds the world of her story, makes the reader feel much the way Maggie does about her home and what lies beyond it: afraid to venture out, but more unwilling still to stay in.
Read the rest of the review HERE.