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  • DESTINED TO BE A CLASSIC: Like a blend of Neil Gaiman's Coraline, Cornelia Funke's Inkheart, William Golding's The Princess Bride, and Robert Beatty's Serafina and the Black Cloak, The Beginning Woods stands out as an utterly original and engrossing fantasy.

  • GARNERING IMMENSE PRAISE: Blurb from international bestselling author of Artemis Fowl, Eoin Colfer, and called a Bookseller “One to Watch.”

  • HITS ALL THE MIDDLE GRADE SWEET SPOTS: Exploring themes of family, identity, and the meaning of home, readers will fall madly in love with Max.

  • A NEW FAIRY TALE: This reads like a new fairy tale weaving together traits of the world we know, and the ones we dream of.

  • BOOK LOVE!: Celebrates the glory of books and storytelling and reading. Librarians and indie booksellers will lap this up.

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    • Amazon Sales Rank: #5276578 in Books
    • Published on: 2017-10-03
    • Original language: English
    • Binding: Hardcover
    • 432 pages

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    "McNeill has created a fabulous universe packed full of wonder and terror. The Beginning Woods has earned its place on a shelf with Gormenghast and The Princess Bride. I loved every word and was envious of quite a few. It opened my eyes wide and quickened my heart. A modern classic: rich, funny and terrifying." ―Eoin Colfer, New York Times bestselling author of Artemis Fowl

    "Highly original and beguiling début that promises magic, terror and the dark menace of fairytales." ―The Bookseller

    “Complex, playful, philosophical, with mysterious vanishings and censorship of dreams.” –Imogen Russel-Williams, The Guardian

    "A dazzling and beguiling tale . . . A mesmerizing new voice, and a book that deserves to vanish off the bookshop shelves." ―Herald (Scotland)

    About the Author

    Malcolm McNeill was born in England and grew up in Scotland. The Beginning Woods is his first book.

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    Customer Reviews Most helpful customer reviews 3 of 3 people found the following review helpful. Slow cooking quirky must read! By Anne Max has been abandoned in a bookshop as a baby. Instead of looking like any other baby, he has spindly legs, pointy ears and a big row of sharp teeth. Because of this, finding a pair of foster parents for him proves to be a real challenge.When Max grows up, he's very much aware of being an orphan and wants to find his real 'forever' parents no matter what. Meanwhile, the vanishings keep getting worse and worse and even the most brilliant scientists don't know what's causing them, let alone how it can be fixed. Max thinks there's a correlation between finding his parents and putting an end to the vanishings.In an attempt to trigger his earliest memories, he starts reading. A LOT. Storybook after storybook. In the hope of finding his own story hidden in there somewhere.But what if all the stories somehow actually happened? This is where Max finds out about The Beginning Woods.The Beginning Woods (all puns left aside here) is like a parallel world to the one we know. It's the world where all the stories come from. Where the witches live, and the dragons, and basically all the other typical fairytale characters. Yet there's nothing typical about these characters because everything is just a tat bit off. Fairytales on acid, if you will. The Alice in Wonderland comparison is easily made, but The Beginning Woods is a lot more realistic than Wonderland. The geography in the Woods, for example, is almost the same as in our own puny world.What made me give this book four brownies?Its rich worldbuilding, for one. The possibilities are endless. There are massive dragons (which aren't the sharpest tools in the shed), fairies, evil witches, dragon hunters, ghosts (who prefer to be called 'cold people'), wizards and just 'plain' forest folk.It's not a Middle-Grade story; it's way too dark for that. With its 15-year-old (ish) protagonist and fairy tale elements, it's dark YA mostly but certainly also suitable for fans of the regular Fantasy genre.There are some odd dialogue sections which take a bit of getting used to and would annoy me to no end in other books, but it somehow works here. I even had to chuckle out loud a couple of times because of it.Some of the characters were pretty funny. There's a wind giant who has to remove all of his clothing before blowing or he will rip his clothes apart. The evil witch is a horrible person, yet I still had to laugh at some of the things she said.I've been struggling between rating it with four and four and a half stars, and ended up going with four. It was a very nice read, but Max was getting on my nerves quite a few times, plus, it could've probably been trimmed down by fifty pages or so.One of the evil characters was clearly inspired by Hitler, which makes no sense storywise, yet made sense anyhow. Yeah, go figure!TL; DR:Lots of books, an evil witch, gory cruelty, fairytales, a parallel (story) world. Dark woods, ghosts, crazy people. Travelling by massive hot air balloons (aka zeppelins) from city to city, fueled by wind giants. Read it. 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful. A peculiar and magical adventure. By Izabella If I could describe The Beginning Woods in one word, it would be: peculiar.Max is a boy who no one wanted, a baby who appeared, when people all around the world started to disappear. One day, mysterious Vanishings started and soon thousands of people would disappear into thin air, leaving behind only a pile of clothes. The clues leading to solving the mystery point to Max, who is said to be the only one able to stop the Vanishings. In order to find the answers and his "real" parents, Max must enter The Beginning Woods, a completely different world full of fantastic creatures and dangers lurking at every corner.As you pick up The Beginning Woods, you know right from the start that it will be an unusual book and that's what I loved about it. My favourite part of the whole story was a fantastic world building. The sheer amount of details and imagination that the author put into the creation of the book is amazing. The world is full of magic and the atmosphere in the story made me think a little of old fairy tales. I loved the concept of the importance of dreams, all the book love in there, the idea of Old and New Light. Everything felt unique, fresh and magical.The focus here is equally divided into the story and the creation of the characters, which are all well written too. The main protagonist Max isn't always likeable, but he's always intriguing, which is well enough for me to read on with interest. I really liked the whole cast of the characters, they were creative, interesting and fun to read about. However, one thing that I wasn't very fond of was the way Max treated the Mulgans. I know that the book is a fantasy and it's targeted to young adults but I would be a little worried that some impressionable readers could pick up his sort of behaviour as "okay" or "normal". I was happy when later on what he did was addressed as bad, but in my opinion, it still wasn't okay.The writing was good and I particularly enjoyed some of the word games and the humour in the story. However, one of the weakest parts of the book for me was its slow pace. I admire how detailed the created world was and that it's a stand alone novel, but sometimes it felt like too much was happenning at once, too much being thrown at the reader. Yet I wished that the big reveal at the end came a little sooner. On top of that, the pace of the story was slow too and I found myself putting the book down in order to read something else for a bit, and come back to it later. But personally I'm glad that I kept on reading through the slower moments, because it was a truly magical adventure story.All in all, if you're looking for a fresh and imaginative fantasy story, full of interesting and fun characters, The Beginning Woods is a book for you!Disclaimer: I have kindly received a copy of this book from Pushkin Press via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. 0 of 0 people found the following review helpful. I think that adults would enjoy The Beginning Woods By Coleen Antoinette The Beginning Woods is Malcolm McNeill’s debut novel, a peculiar story that is full of magic and wonder. The Vanishings are a mystery that no one can solve – people disappearing into thin air without any trace left behind aside from piles of clothing. Max was the baby no one wanted, abandoned in a bookshop. As Max grows up, he is haunted by memories of his real ‘forever’ parents, and sets out to find them no matter what it takes. What is to come when Max believes there is a connection to finding his parents and putting an end to The Vanishings? Meanwhile, the number of people disappearing is increasing rapidly, and scientists have yet to discover the cause of what is going on, let alone how to fix it.While it is marketed towards children, I would find YA more suitable because it is a chunky book with 448 pages, and I think that would be too long for some young readers on top of that it is a fairly dark story with fantasy elements. I think that adults would enjoy The Beginning Woods, too, and be able to appreciate the philosophical aspect that is throughout the story. It does at times become complex and can be a bit confusing, and while there are also parts that seemed to drag on, I did often pick it up to read a couple chapters then set it down again–I feel like it was a bit too long, and wouldn’t be such a heavy read at times if it were cut down in length. This is a dark fairy-tale with such rich world-building; unexpected characters like witches, dragons, fairies, 'cold’ people that we know as ghosts; and endless adventure. Anyone who picks this up will find their imagination is as vivid and weird as this story was crafted. My thoughts on this are still settling, but I do know that while at times I took breaks in-between reading, it was a wonderful, whimsical read, and this is one of the few books I will be rereading in the future. See all 3 customer reviews...

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