The Wood Wife by Terri Windling

"The Wood Wife" by Terri Windling is a fantasy novel that follows the story of a young writer named Maggie Black who inherits a house in the remote Arizona desert after her mentor dies. As she explores the surrounding wilderness, Maggie discovers a hidden community of artists and musicians who are connected to the magical spirits of the land. When a local gallery owner is murdered and the community is threatened by outsiders, Maggie must use her newfound knowledge to protect her new friends and the natural beauty of the desert. The novel explores themes of creativity, nature, and the power of myth and folklore.

The 10581st greatest book of all time


Published
1996
Nationality
American
Type
Fiction
Pages
304
Words
108,000
Original Language
English

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