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Forest of fear

Tale of childhood demons is poignant, powerful and captivating

BOOK OF THE MONTH

OUT OF THE WOODS

Luke Turner/W&N

An original and powerful piece of writing about sexuality, shame, masculinity, religion and nature. After breaking up with his girlfriend, the demons Luke Turner has been battling since childhood are quick to return: depression and guilt surrounding his identity as a bisexual man, and the reverberations of sexual abuse and his religious upbringing. It is among the trees of Epping Forest that he seeks refuge. But what was once a place of comfort now teems with unexpected, implacable threats that trigger twisted reactions. Luke finds himself drawn again and again to the woods, eager to uncover the strange secrets that may be buried there as he investigates an old, illicit family rumour. Honest, haunting and moving, Out of the Woods envelops you in its leafy, sprawling pages, and squeezes tight. Captivating and poignant. Out now

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