The Forest Queen By Betsy Cornwell
The Forest Queen is Younger grownup fiction novel by Betsy Cornwell, printed in 2018.
From a New York Occasions bestselling creator, a recent, female-centered tackle “Robin Hood” during which a younger noblewoman, just like the legendary hero, turns into an outlaw combating for social justice. Good for followers of Marissa Meyer and Sarah J. Maas.
When sixteen-year-old Silvie’s brother takes over administration of their household’s huge estates, Silvie feels powerless to cease his abuse of the native commoners. Her dearest good friend asks her to run away to the woods with him, and shortly a bunch of different villagers be a part of them. Collectively, they type their very own neighborhood and struggle to proper the wrongs perpetrated by the king and his noblemen. Good for followers of fairy story retellings or anybody who loves a powerful feminine lead, this gorgeously written tackle the Robin Hood story goes past the unique’s deal with financial justice to discover love, gender, the therapeutic energy of nature, and what it means to be a household.