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Twins Zac and Lu grew up on their mother’s stories of the Wildewoods, an imaginary land where mythical beasts roam free. These creatures fill the pages of Zac’s sketchbooks and inspire Lu’s love of animals, and on most days, they’re the only thing the twins have in common. 

When their mother dies, a heartbroken Lu and Zac are shipped off to England to spend the summer with relatives they’ve never met. But it doesn’t take the twins long to uncover the incredible secret tucked away in the forest behind their ancestral home: their mother’s wonderful tales about unicorns and dragons and centaurs weren’t make-believe after all. Their family serves as keepers of the Wildewoods, the last place on earth where these mythical creatures can live safe from human harm. 

But there are also many dangers in these lands - as well as a terrible curse. When Zac and Lu fall victim to it, their only hope is finding the very last living phoenix left in the world. But will breaking the curse mean the end of the Wildewoods?

©2021 Margaret K. McElderry Books (P)2021 Dreamscape Media, LLC

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  • Sherry Gomes
  • 24-10-21

delightful young adult fantasy

I'm one of those adults who has a deep love for well-written young adult fantasy, stories that are adventure, family and imagination. This book hit all my feels in a big way. The two main characters are delightful and imperfect. Twins, they have an abiding love for each other, even while having realistic issues with each other. When they are introduced to the Wild woods and the creatures there, they learn to work together to help dragons and unicorns and to try to break the long time family curse of the phoenix. i was spellbound throughout, wishing I could see these creatures and share memories with the phoenix! i only hope there will be a sequel someday, as though the ending was lovely, it left me wanting more and to have Zach and Lou come back and have more adventures.