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Deep within the Wood, a young woman lies dead. Not a mark on her body. No trace of her murderer. Only her chipped glass slippers hint at her identity.

The Woodcutter, keeper of the peace between the Twelve Kingdoms of Man and the Realm of the Faerie, must find the maiden’s killer before others share her fate. Guided by the wind and aided by three charmed axes won from the River God, the Woodcutter begins his hunt, searching for clues in the whispering dominions of the enchanted unknown.

But quickly he finds that one murdered maiden is not the only nefarious mystery afoot: one of Odin’s hellhounds has escaped, a sinister mansion appears where it shouldn’t, a pixie dust drug trade runs rampant, and more young girls go missing. Looming in the shadows is the malevolent, power-hungry queen, and she will stop at nothing to destroy the Twelve Kingdoms and annihilate the Royal Fae…unless the Woodcutter can outmaneuver her and save the gentle souls of the Wood.

Blending magic, heart-pounding suspense, and a dash of folklore, The Woodcutter is an extraordinary retelling of the realm of fairy tales.

Product Details

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 665 KB
  • Print Length: 346 pages
  • Publisher: 47North (6 Nov. 2012)
  • Sold by:  Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007Y30722
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
  • X-Ray: Enabled
  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

Customer Reviews

A fresh new take on well-known fairy tales

 on 13 March 2015
By Petra Bryce
The Woodcutter lives in the Wood connecting the Twelve Kingdoms, keeping the peace between humans and the fae. One night he comes across the body of a princess with glass slippers, and shortly after those of a little girl in a red cape and her grandmother; all of them didn’t have a mark on them but had been mortally afraid. Knowing that something terrible stalks the Wood, he sets off to defeat it, and uncovers a terrible conspiracy.

A well crafted sense of wonder.

 on 5 October 2014
By Paul T.
To me, one of the things which marks out good fantasy writing is that it stays true to itself. I don’t mind how strange the created world is, I can accept it as long as it maintains its internal consistency. But the more complicated the imagined world is, the more difficult that gets. Kate Danley’s achievement is to build a world in which she can link together a whole range of different fairy stories and characters. Of course, many of them had some things in common, but it’s worth remembering that they were all originally stand-alone stories. The way in which so many are woven together into one consistent novel is impressive. And it’s a good story in itself, Nicely paced, the sense of wonder is effectively generated throughout – it has the feel of a fairy tale. Plus mystery, magic, and – of course – True Love. A very good read.

A Little Magic

 on 14 February 2015
By Dutch Bennie
When I saw how short the first few chapters were, I really thought that I was going to hate this book. But I was more than pleasantly surprised.
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