The Greenhollow Duology

I’m particularly fond of the mythology of the British isles. The Green Man is a character often referred to but he rarely gets a story of his own. When I ran across the wonderful cover art for this duology that incorporates the Green Man, I had to see what Emily Tesh chose to do with the Mythos, with Silver In The Wood and Drowned Country.

I did get a little frustrated with the paucity of exposition in the storytelling. Often I felt like I required more information to understand what was going on. But those questions do get answered eventually… not always when a reader might want the information, but the backstories are eventually communicated. With that caveat, I did enjoy the story. There were some wonderfully unexpected plot choices. Ultimately, it was an entertaining read.

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