Sorrow's Knot: A different kind of fantasy book
We follow Otter as she begins to discover what her true powers are and what fate really means. Otter and her mother Willow are “binders” (people who have the power and duty to tie the knots that bound the dead). Willow is said to be the greatest binder in history and Otter must live up to her mother’s fame—even if she doesn’t want to.
Otter would rather spend her days playing in the mud and running free with her friends, but after a scary accident involving the dead, it’s she must fulfill her fate. With the help of her friends Kestrel and Cricket, she embarks one crazy adventure to rid her home of the three types of dead. Will she be able to live up to her mother’s fame? Will she be able to let go of her dead loved ones? Make sure to pick up Sorrow’s Knot (out now) to find out.
This novel is full of love, friendship and madness. At times, it may seem confusing, but trust that all the pieces eventually fall into place. With unimaginable events, scary situations and moments that will pull on your heartstrings, Sorrow’s Knot is a must.
Editor's Note: This book has some heavy stuff in it, so we recommend GL girls be at least 13 to read this. Make sure to ask your parents for permission before picking it up.
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