Book Review

INTO THE WOODS
by Kim Harrison

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, Anthology

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Fans of Harrison’s Hollows series will appreciate this hefty companion tome to her universe. There are both pros and cons: The pro is that all of Harrison’s short Hollows fiction to date has been collected in one volume; the con is that there is only one new Hollows story in the bunch. However, Harrison provides short notes before each story, giving a bit of insight along the way. These stories deftly fill gaps in the novels, adding dimension to the Hollows world.

Nine stories are collected in this volume, giving readers more insight into the lives of Trent, Jenks, Ivy, Mia, Kisten, Ceri and, of course, heroine Rachel. Six of the Hollows stories are reprints: “Undead in the Garden of Good and Evil,” “Dirty Magic,” “The Bridges of Eden Park,” “Two Ghosts for Sister Rachel,” “The Bespelled” and “Ley Line Drifter.” The new Hollows entry is “Million-Dollar Baby,” wherein elf Trent and pixie Jenks team up to save Trent’s daughter. The volume also introduces two new fantasy worlds with “Spider Web” and “Grace’s Fall.” (HARPER VOYAGER, Oct., 528 pp., $24.99)

Reviewed By: Elise Tobler

Publisher: HARPER VOYAGER

Published: October 2012

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