Keerthi, Plashet School
When I first started reading this book, I thought it wasn't for me. I'm normally the sort of person looking for a laugh in the books I read. Boy, was I wrong!
I cannot begin to express how much I loved this book. Wolf Hollow is a compilation of lies, heartache and the life of an ordinary girl caught amidst the chaos of an extraordinary case.
The story is set in the time of WW2 in a small town in America. A place with a community that depends on each other to survive, where no outsider belongs. Effectively, Wolf Hollow is a world of its own. But when Betty moves in, Annabelle's life begins to change dramatically as she is bombarded with verbal and physical threats.
Soon her small problem turns into a huge one when Betty suddenly disappears and Toby, a quiet loner who occupies the unused shack at the edge of the forest, is blamed. It's up to Annabelle to prove Toby's innocence. The story ends with...JUST KIDDING! I know you're gripped but I'm not telling! You are going to have to read it yourself.
This book is not only a great read but a valuable lesson in life: To never judge a book by its cover nor a person by their appearance. Which is a bit hypocritical since he cover of the book is just as AWESOME as the book itself.
Posted on: 15th May 2017 at 07:15 pm
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