Reviews

  • MAGICAL, MESMERISING AND INVENTIVE.

    Karen McManus, bestselling author of One of Us is Lying
  • The Hazel Wood kept me up all night. I had every light burning and the covers pulled tight around me as I fell completely into the dark and beautiful world within its pages. Terrifying, magical, and surprisingly funny, it's one of the very best books I've read in years.

    Jennifer Niven
  • Thoroughly, creepily captivating, with surprises I never saw coming! Such a refreshing and beautifully written inversion of the classic fairytale-inspired story.

    Kristin Cashore, award-winning, New York Times bestselling author of the Graceling Realm series
  • This book will be your next obsession. Welcome to the Hazel Wood, where bad luck is a living thing, princesses are doomed, and every page contains a wondrously terrible adventure - it's not safe inside these pages, but once you enter, you may never want to leave.

    Stephanie Garber, New York Times bestselling author of CARAVAL
  • A WINDING, CREEPY, INSIDIOUSLY DELICIOUS NOVEL. UTTERLY SPECTACULAR

    Melinda Salisbury, bestselling author of The Sin Eater’s Daughter
  • THIS BOOK NEEDS A WARNING LABEL. CAUTION: SINGLE-SITTING READ. Once you start, you cannot stop.

    Alana, Goodreads Reviewer (5 stars)
  • If you like DARKNESS and MURDER, strong family ties and light romance, you should probably get ready for this book to mess you up in the best way possible.

    Gaby, Goodreads Reviewer (5 stars)
  • IMAGINE BEING ONE OF THE FIRST PEOPLE TO READ HARRY POTTER . . . That's how it feels to read The Hazel Wood in manuscript form.It's Inception + The Magicians + Alice in Wonderland + Night Film, plus humor and warmth and heart.

    Eb, Goodreads Reviewer (5 stars)
  • With dark fairy tale elements woven into a thrilling story, The Hazel Wood had me under its spell from beginning to end. Magic crackled on every page.

    Kate Ormand, author of The Wanderers
  • A beautiful, terrifying, astonishing and strange story that reads as though Angela Carter has been sucked into a Grimm fairy tale, this book is a wise and wonderful read for fairy tale fans.

    Robin Stevens, author of the Murder Most Unladylike series