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R Storm’s all powerful musical pipe and she will stop at nothing to get them Driven by vanity and greed she makes a truly formidable adversaryAfter escaping from a deadly game of hide and seek in the enchanted fair our three heroines flee through the woods with s. Out of the Woods A Memoir of Wayfinding by Lynn DarlingThere are uite a lot of memoirs which where the writer goes off somewhere by themselves and finds a new way forward Of particular note for me were Plant Dreaming Deep by May Sarton and her follow up Journal of Solitude The first memoir described her new life in a new home in New Hampshire a journal which had a very popular appeal In the second she tried in her words to erase what she felt was `the false impression’ she had given of herself that of a totally positive and creative experience by describing the anger depression and loneliness she experienced as she created a new life in the country Out of the Woods is both as honest and brave as Solitude but also brings you out of the other side of what is in many ways the process of grieving for the old life and connections even as she and we move forward into a new phase of life facing aging and mortality Moving to a place she had visited briefly often from New York to a house outside a small town in Vermont Darling finds herself lost both physically and metaphorically In the first section of the book she vividly describes through intended and accidental wanderings the challenge of adapting to a world of space and comparative emptiness No longer living in the gridded streets of a big city she wanders with no mental compass Her confusion at times is so palpable that I wanted to grab the map and try and help Even profound is her description of the extent to which she feels hemmed in by the walls of her new home which she calls `Castle Dismal’ despite now being totally free to do what she will when she will where she will I certainly identified with her experience that given a totally free calendar it’s hard to actually do anything Gradually she learns to put down `small filaments of routine’ The turning point seems to be when she finally starts to cook for herself again The second part of the book dealing with her struggle with cancer is a profound mediation on mortality Now she has something concrete to fear and she begins to savor each moment of wellness Her journey within deepens As she moves into recovery Darling focuses on orienting herself to the world in a way that does not depend on blundering around until she finds her way but on developing a comfort with her internal compass It is through practical application of learning to understand an actual compass that she is able to develop an internal compass and absorb the skill of `way finding’ I was inspired by this last stage of the book Many memoirs imply a `happily ever after’ conclusion Darling takes you along as she learns to become oriented both in the world and in herself to be able to move forward towards her goal of transitioning with grace and vitality into life after wifehood and motherhood This is a book I will read again

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Out of the WoodsEveral ravenous wolves and a sweet toothed lion hot on their heels Now they face their biggest challenge yet a treacherous journey into the Underworld For only when the pipe has been safely returned to the land of the dead will the Eden sisters truly be out of the woods. While I haven't read the first book in the series I enjoyed reading the seuel There was enough of the back story that I didn't feel lost on what was going on nor did I feel that it was redundant I really liked the way in which Lyn put a spin on various children's fairy tales and meshed them together in this book It was the fairy tale lore that hooked me the mostIn true fairy tale form there's adventure love danger and an important message that lies just beneath the heart of the story I like that the story continues with the three Eden sisters and Kit the love interest for Aurora one of the sisters I enjoyed the adventure the sisters went on and all the twists and turns that lie waiting to ensnare the reader in Out of The WoodsI really like how the three Eden sisters support each other no matter what I adore their motto being Forever and Always I enjoyed the message towards the end of the book Look forward Keep your eyes on the road ahead Don't look back It's a powerful message not only to Storm one of the Eden sisters but a great message for the reader I thought Out of The Woods was a great ending for the Eden's sisters journey