The Feral Child by Che Golden
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
ARC provided via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
The Feral Child is a quick, action-packed, nightmarishly, good read that weaves old Irish folklore with a modern day twist.
After Maddy's parents died, she has come to live with her grandparents in a small Irish town. Maddy wants to get her old life back, her parents and London, but most of all she wants to get away from some of her cruel family members who think she is a burden. The old castle grounds seems like a good escape until Maddy meets a creepy, wild boy who she thinks may be one of the fae. When Maddy refuses to go with the boy, he takes the neighbor's young child, Stephen. She is determined to get Stephen back. Maddy and her two cousins will embark on a dangerous adventure to retrieve him back from the fae.
I will admit Maddy was a hard character to like. She had serious anger issues, but she was willing to risk her life to get Stephen back. Her tenacity was her redeeming quality, and it was definitely put to the test dealing with the fae. I enjoyed this read and would definitely recommend it.
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