The following is an honest review of A History of Wild Places by Shea Ernshaw and our suggested age rating.
Travis Wren is unusually good at locating missing people. He’s hoping to retire from his freelance “detective” career until his friend seeks him out for one last case. A missing woman, who has been missing for years, Maggie St. James. In “Pastoral” a cultish community founded in the 1970’s, is a man names Theo who stumbles upon Travis Wren’s abandoned truck. If anyone knew he’d been past the border he could hang. As he begins to try to uncover the mystery of the truck, it becomes evident that his wife Calla and her sister Bee both keep secrets too.
Review of A History of Wild Places
M. Night Shyamalan’s The Village is one of my favorite movies of all time. I will read or watch ANYTHING that gives the same vibes! Eerie, cultish, historical fiction, thriller, mystery, romance, and a touch of fantasy??? What more could I ever need.
This was my first Shea Ernshaw book, the atmosphere was top tier and the story(at least for me personally) was character driven. I was heavily invested in their relationships, past, and struggles. Although this was pretty predictable, I still loved the story and got past it.
Age Rating of A History of Wild Places
I’m giving A History of Wild Places an age rating of 17 and up. Although there are some more YA elements, this is an adult novel that contains heavy and rather dark themes.
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