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The Secrets of the Wild Wood

Narrated by: Matt Addis
Series: Letter for the King, Book 2
Length: 17 hrs and 1 min
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The best-selling sequel to The Letter for the King. One of the King's most trusted knights has vanished in the snow, so young Sir Tiuri and his best friend Piak must journey into the shadowy heart of the forest to find him. The Wild Wood is a place of mysteries, rumors, and whispered tales. A place of lost cities, ancient curses, robbers, princesses, and Men in Green. As the darkness surrounds him and reports grow of secret plots and ruthless enemies, Tiuri finds himself alone and fighting for survival - caught in a world where good and evil wear the same face, and the wrong move could cost him his life.

©2015 Tonke Dragt (trans Laura Watkinson) (P)2016 Chocolate Fox Audio

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  • 18-08-18

Everything a good story should be

This is by far one of the best books I’ve read (and listened to), and one, I feel, will never get old. This is a journey I will gladly go on again and again. I’m gonna miss these characters now that I’ve finished!!
Until next time...

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  • 11-08-18

practically perfect in every way possible

everything about all of it was ultimately perfect from the very beginning to the last word. I'm sad it's over!