Walking the Tree

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Watkins Media Limited, Dec 28, 2010 - Fiction - 464 pages
23 Reviews

Botanica is an island, but almost all of the island is taken up by the Tree. Lillah has come of age and is now ready to leave her community to walk around the Tree for five years, learning all that Botanica has to teach her. Before setting off, she is begged by the dying mother of a young boy to take him with her. But if anyone suspects he carries the disease too, he and Lillah will be put to death.

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User Review  - Joseph D'Lacey - Goodreads

There is so much to love about this novel. The premise alone was enough to hook me: A tribe lives in the shadow of a giant tree. After training for a series of trials and tests, a group of young women ... Read full review

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User Review  - Juliette - Goodreads

There were a few times I felt like the phrasing of a certain event alluded to a previous event that might have been edited out, but other than that, I much enjoyed this book. Read full review

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About the author (2010)

KAARON WARREN’s award-winning short fiction has appeared in Year’s Best Horror & Fantasy, the Poe and Haunted Legends anthologies, Fantasy magazine, and many other venues in the US, Europe and Australia. Her short story “A Positive” has been made into a film called Patience. Her first novel, Slights, has been nominated for a Bram Stoker Award, and has been shortlisted for an Aurealis Award.

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