- The Deep Woods
Galahad Corbenic is just trying to survive to adulthood. He loves Iseult—his sister, his twin, his other half. He loves the magic their famed mother teaches them both.
But everything changes when Father decides that Galahad is too old for childish things. A girl with magic may be tolerated, but a boy witch is unheard of. Tristan, his father’s infuriatingly sunny ward, is tasked with training Galahad in the ways of fighting.
Father may not believe in Galahad’s magic, but something else does. Something that waits in the deep, dark woods. Now Galahad must contend with magical forces and his own tumultuous feelings for Tristan without being swept away on the tide—or the price may be his life.
This book is amazing, although the ending made me sad. Beautiful, lovely writing. I found myself instantly pulled into this world and would love a second novel.