Poppy Mosswood like most 17 year olds wants to lead a normal life. But the Mosswood family is anything but normal. Keepers protect the land from humans who would exploit it. For in the forest dwell wondrous creatures and dangerous beings.
Beings that would love nothing more ...more
I am enjoying the book overall.. but this aspect is currently distracting me and driving me nuts and really pissing me off. (hide spoiler)]
I love Astrid’s style of writing and the plot was decent so honestly I’m not sure what was throwing me off. But I do know I absolutely hate Poppy’s mother. She doesn’t make any sense to me. Pl ...more
Ruthless billionaire Preston Buckthorn moves to town planning to marry Poppy to his son Brad. Brad wastes no time trying to win her heart but his love is warped by the taint that runs in his blood.
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I have now read The Mosswoods twice and I can honestly say I love getting lost in this story.
This was the first book my blog ever featured and I'm glad I have this opportunity to give it a proper review! It's funny how far my review writing skills have come since then!
Astrid is an immensely creative and talented writer. I really enjoy her writing style. She is able to create fantasy ...more
The beginning of The Mosswoods was kind of slow--basically just introductions of the Mosswood family and forest--but the prologue kept me intrigued about what was going to happen. The second half of the book is when things really start to pick up. I was glued to my seat the whole time.
Poppy Mosswood is a character easy to relate to. She's at a crossroads. Should she follow in the footsteps of her family and become Keeper of the forest? Or should she go out ...more
The Idea is simple there is the forest a magical one with its all inhabitants and the outside of the forest.
The Mosswoods ate the keepers and the protectors. They keep (the Keeper - Fern, Poppy's mother)the forest inhabitants inside the forest and protect (the protector + Woody Poppy's Father) them fro ...more
Author: Astrid Yrigollen
Rating: 3.5 out of 5
The thing about this book that grabbed me from the beginning was the setting. Yrigollen does a very good job of describing the setting, Everything is so vivid and detailed I loved it.She also does an amazing job of creating the creatures, I especially love the Watty.
Poppy is a very good protagonist in a sense that I could see myself in her, she reached a point in her life where she has to choose b ...more
land developer has decided to use his son to seize the forest for development.The twists and turns are unexpected and it is an enjoyabl ...more
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