Borealis by Ronald Malfi

While the book was engaging and interesting, it wasn't one of Malfi's bests. This in no way deters me from reading his other books, but I feel this would be better passed up by most readers unless you are already a fan of Malfi's work interested in reading a good story if not a great one.

The monster in his backyard is different. It’s ancient. And wild. And it wants something from Conor.

The yew tree tells three tales and insists that the price is a story from Conor. While reading, it sometimes feels like there is something underlying the motive of the yew tree, but as the story unfolds, you learn the deeper secret not held by the yew, but by Conor.
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