The Boy From the Woods OverviewIn the mystery thriller The Boy From the Woods by Harlan Coben, Wilde, who was found living alone in the woods as a small child does not necessarily believe in following social conventions. When the son of a rich and powerful family is kidnapped, Wilde does what he believes is best, even though it runs contrary to the rules of the justice system, to get the boy back. Themes in the novel include the problems with the system, the butterfly effect, and the impact of media on opinion.
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