A History of Wild Places
Travis Wren has an unusual talent for locating missing people. Hired by families as a last resort, he requires only a single object to find the person who ...more
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Giveaway dates: Apr 12 - Apr 26, 2021
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MY GOD. AND IT'S ADULT?!! FUCKING GIVE IT TO ME ALREADY!!!!
Christmas is gonna be a blast.
Plot: Night Shyamalan’s Village meets second season of Sinner with the girl who loved Tom Gordon vibes!
It’s sad, twisty, confusing, tricky, intense, dark, depressing, disturbing the hell of you!
The book has powerful beginning by introducing us Travis Wren who helps the police to find lost people with his unique skills, detecting the cold cases nobody can solve, helping families for having their closure or reunit ...more
I have friends who are huge Shea Ernshaw fans, and that made incredibly eager to read her books. On top of that, this one sounded incredibly intriguing. Missing people becoming missing from searching for missing people. A reclusive community with a rotting disease keeping them secluded, and secrets building on secrets. I sounded like something I would really like, and I was eager to see what I would think! Trigger warnings: mentions of suicide, grief, blood
This was not a book for m ...more
A History of Wild Places is essentially a book within a book. When the novel starts off we are introduced to Travis Wren. Travis has a strange talent for finding people who have gone missing. All he needs to do is touch an object of the person who is missing. Travis has been hired to find Maggie St. James, an author of macabre children's stories. When Tr ...more
Shea Ernshaw is the New York Times Bestselling author of the YA books: THE WICKED DEEP, WINTERWOOD, and A WILDERNESS OF STARS. As well as her debut adult fiction novel: A HISTORY OF WILD PLACES (2021). She is the winner of the 2019 Oregon Book Award, and both of her YA novels were Indie Next Picks.
She often writes late, late, late into the night, enjoys dark woods, scary stories and moonlight on l ...more