White Tree Sound: Sequel to ‘Black Moon Draw’2018-10-26T06:14:01+00:00

White Tree Sound: Sequel to ‘Black Moon Draw’

A fictional villain on his final quest
A reclusive author lost in her head

The only story that’s ever mattered.

Theirs.

The secret to their past lies in a tale written by the author as a ten-year-old girl. Fan fiction, 80s nostalgia, and the imagination of a child combine to form a story that’s equal parts baffling and brilliant – and dangerous for anyone living through it firsthand.

But as the world evolves and the story matures, author and villain grow closer to solving the mystery of how their lives have always been connected. The lines between fantasy and reality, past and future, villain and heroine, blur in a spectacular journey through a fantasy world that gradually grows darker with each twist and turn.

In the end, it’s always only ever been about White Tree Sound. 

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Real-time Reviews

One highlight shy of perfect!
By (5.0 out of 5 stars) May 13, 2018
White Tree Sound: Sequel to 'Black Moon Draw' by Lizzy Ford is a really fun book to read. I bet it was cathartic to write too. I love the premise and the million unexpected plot twists. This book was completely unpredictable in typical Lizzy Ford style. I really hope there are more to these to come.

Never read anything like this!
By (5.0 out of 5 stars) April 15, 2018
An author who created her leading man of this story who both gets sucked into her writing as a child!?! What is not to love about this story. It is so much more than a great adventure, it is a story of healing and moving on. There were moments I found myself laughing out loud and others where I paused it was so touching. For those who loved the Red Knight in Black Moon Draw, you are going to tumble head over feet for him in this one. It is also a walk down memory lane for those of us born in the 80s. Well done!

Ohhh I loved this book
By (5.0 out of 5 stars) December 8, 2018
I know I’m going to miss something when I talk about how much I loved this book. I liked Black Moon Draw, but I just liked it. This book … this book I loved. The 80s Easter eggs were the best. I loved hearing a description and trying to figure out what it was before she told the reader. Popples! Omg I had forgotten about those. I loved the scene with them and the Red Knight. I also love the heck out of the Care bear characters… okay I liked everything that went on. I was picturing Treasure Troll dolls though… not those weird blocky Russ troll dolls. Oh and the Cabbage Patch Kids!Okay I need to stop… But honestly though the introspective thinking that Elf did reminded me a lot of the things I went through myself with my own divorce and previous relationship…. It just made sense and seemed to fit into the story perfectly to me.I thoroughly enjoyed reading how the world her younger self created evolved as they adventured along. It mostly grew and matured as their relationship did as you read the book.The ending I was not expecting all of that, but I so loved it anyway.

God this is the Awesomest book ever!
By (5.0 out of 5 stars) August 27, 2018
God the book had everything i would want or need i cried bawled was scared heart beating but at no time i put it down. More please

Totally bizarre, epically entertaining
By (5.0 out of 5 stars) May 13, 2018
Everything is unexpected. Nothing is what it seems to be. You have to experience the adventure to enjoy it fully. The references to movie scenes are numerous and eye opening. I know I missed a few...darn, I have to read it again.

Not my favorite
By (3.0 out of 5 stars) May 5, 2018
I like Lizzy's work a lot, but this book was just really hard to follow. It's like being trapped in someone else's dream or nightmare. Things happen that are just too random to make sense, leaving you perpetually confused and saying, "Really? What exactly is going on here?" I'm eagerly awaiting the sequels to some of her other books, but this particular one was just too overwhelming.

Elizabeth is submersed in a world that seems an awful lot like the worlds she created
By (5.0 out of 5 stars) April 26, 2018
In White Tree Sound, we find the author getting lost in her own worlds, she not only wrote some amazing stories but then gets to meet those characters she so lovingly created. When Elizabeth is submersed in a world that seems an awful lot like the worlds she created as a child, to say she was confused is putting it lightly. Thinking obviously this is a dream and she would wake at any moment however that moment never comes. Sucked into a world familiar yet unknown, she is cautious on who she should trust. The Red Knight of White Tree Sound is someone she believes he is not to be trusted and her instincts could be a little off. The Red Knight, is at first not trustworthy, but he does eventually make himself trustworthy and so much more.If ever I could be a character in a book, it is this author I would want to write my story. The journey she takes us on is amazing with its twists and turns, the desire of the two characters for each other the love and care she puts into them is ….well it's indescribable.Have you ever discovered an author that no matter what she/he writes you know in your heart that you are more than likely to fall in love with each character her pen writes. Lizzy for me has always been an author that can immediately take me on a journey immerse me in her world and all I can do is hold on for the ride. I always look forward to reading what this Author writes! <3

Good book!
By (5.0 out of 5 stars) April 15, 2018
I have never read anything like this before. Captured my attention from the first page and I could not put it down.


By () April 9, 2018