Thieving Forest by Martha Conway

Thieving Forest by Martha Conway

Four out of Five Stars

Susanna and her four sisters have recently lost their parents to Swamp fever. They decide to continue their small store that is attached to their house out in the wilderness. Then the sisters are taken in an attack from a group of Potawatomi as Susanna hides.
After the abduction Susanna takes off after her sisters and their abductors.

The story takes Susanna to a weird Missionary village where she stays for a few months and then into the Black Swamp.

That Black Swamp and all that Susanna does to survive made me so appreciate my warm room and cup of coffee in my hand as I was reading. I actually felt her hunger pains as the book brought what she was going through to life.

The author also does a amazing job on telling each sisters story and how their fates play out.

I received an arc copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.


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