"A lovely, haunting weave of fable and fairytale, THE WOLF HOUR will claw its way into your heart and sing to your soul." —Liesl Shurtliff, New York Times Bestselling author of Red: The True Story of Red Riding Hood
The Wolf Hour
As a girl, Magia isn't supposed to be a woodcutter. But she wants nothing more than to wear a red cap and be part of the life of the magical forest called the Puszcza. When her family is threatened, she will take up her axe and go . . .
As a wolf, Martin isn't supposed to love to read. But he's always adored books and been curious about humans, despite his mother's warnings. When she goes missing, he must venture out into the Puszcza she so feared . . .
And the Witch? She can make the most wonderful Stories come alive. All she needs is a girl from the village, a wolf from the forest, and a woodcutter with a nice, sharp axe.
Can a wild human and a civilized wolf escape the tales that try to trap them? Or will the Witch weave them into her deadly Story — forever?