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The Darkest Part of the Forest - Holly Black

The Darkest Part of the Forest

By: Holly Black

Paperback | 12 January 2016 | Edition Number 1

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Faeries. Knights. Princes. True love. Think you know how the story goes? Think again ... From #1 New York Times and global bestselling author of the Folk of Air series and The Spiderwick Chronicles comes a dark, dangerous and utterly beautiful faerie tale, guaranteed to steal your heart.

Hazel lives with her brother, Ben, in the strange town of Fairfold where humans and fae exist side by side. The faeries' seemingly harmless magic attracts tourists, but Hazel knows how dangerous they can be, and she knows how to stop them. Or she did, once.

In the forest of Fairfold, lies a glass casket. Inside the casket lies a sleeping faerie prince that none can rouse. He's the most fascinating thing Hazel and Ben have ever seen and they dream of waking him.

But what happens when dreams come true? In the darkest part of the forest, you must be careful what you wish for ...

The Darkest Part of the Forest is global bestselling author Holly Black's triumphant return to the opulent, enchanting faerie tales that launched her YA career.
Industry Reviews
Dark and dangerous, bloody and brilliant - KIRKUS on The Coldest Girl in Coldtown, starred review