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Wildwood Paperback – Feb. 24 2018

4.5 out of 5 stars 53 ratings

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Product details

  • Paperback : 328 pages
  • ISBN-10 : 1459740203
  • ISBN-13 : 978-1459740204
  • Product Dimensions : 13.97 x 2.03 x 21.59 cm
  • Publisher : Dundurn (Feb. 24 2018)
  • Item Weight : 347 g
  • Language: : English
  • Customer Reviews:
    4.5 out of 5 stars 53 ratings

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Molly’s experience of her great-aunt’s way of life is so vividly described that readers will appreciate the strength and courage of past generations and feel grateful for the safeties and conveniences of modern life. The book will have particular appeal to readers interested in early-20th-century social history. (Publishers Weekly)

Offer this to city slickers dreaming of a simpler life and readers interested in unspoiled natural beauty. (Booklist)

Artfully melds the past and present for a story about homesteading. Likable characters deal with realistic, hair-raising scares and find hard-earned rewards in the wilderness. (Foreword Reviews)

Taking this journey with Molly was exciting and delightful. (Literary Hoarders)

Reads like a love letter — from a mother to her daughter, from a Canadian to her land, from an author to her ancestors. In Molly Bannister, Elinor Florence has created a modern day Susanna Moodie roughing it in the Northern Alberta bush. The result is riveting, packed full of all the best stuff — peril, mystery, wisdom, laughs, and love. (Angie Abdou, author of In Case I Go)

Elinor Florence’s Wildwood is one of those rare books you linger over the final pages of with melancholy, not wanting her poignant story to end. A well-written, well-researched portrayal of pioneering in the Peace Country with vivid intriguing characters who commune with the earth and are healed by nature. (Corinne Jeffery, bestselling author of the Understanding Ursula trilogy)

The plucky single mother heroine of Wildwood survives extreme weather, wildlife, and rural, off-the-grid isolation in northern Alberta to tell a charming and inspiring story that charts her transformation from milquetoast urban accountant to empowered, self-sufficient farmwoman. Also heartwarming: the old-timey baking – recipes included – and the touch of romance. (Kim Moritsugu, author of The Oakdale Dinner Club)

Elinor Florence’s love and respect for the ‘beautiful savage land’ of northern Alberta comes through loud and clear. Follow Molly and her great-aunt on their homesteading adventures and risk losing your heart to the wilds! (Alice Zorn, author of Five Roses)

What a glorious novel! With flawed and relatable characters, gorgeous description, and a loving but realistic look at a difficult lifestyle, Wildwood satisfies on every level. Through Molly’s modern eyes, we see the fortitude of pioneers in a refreshing way — and see our comfortable and rushed lives in a new way as well. Uplifting and thought-provoking, this is a novel to savor. (Sarah Sundin, award-winning author of The Sea Before Us and the Waves of Freedom series)

Wildwood not only captures the quintessential Canadian struggle against the elements with extraordinary energy, it illuminates what lies in the marrow of life: love, legacy, and the spirit to endure. This is homesteading with high stakes, and Molly Bannister is a heroine who pulls us into her heart and takes us on a journey into our own notions of resilience and courage. (Jennifer Manuel, author of The Heaviness of Things That Float)


Everything Florence writes is vividly alive (The Guardian (Charlottetown))